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Dr. David L Snyder

14 décembre 194818 février 2021
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Dr. David L. Snyder age 72, of Greenville passed away at 7:17 AM on Thursday, February 18, 2021, at State of the Heart Hospice Care Center in Greenville.

Dr. Snyder was born December 14, 1948, in Greenville to the late Thomas L. & Regina (House) Snyder. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by his wife, Christine K. (Hart) Snyder on February 26, 2015, whom he married June 15, 1974.

Dr. Snyder is survived by his children, Daniel & Melissa Snyder of New Madison and John Snyder & Leah Lehman of Chicago, Illinois; grandchildren, Christopher Snyder and Elizabeth Snyder; brothers & sisters-in-law, Joe & Patty Snyder of Union City, Ohio and Rick & Trudy Snyder of New Madison; and sister, Nancy Snyder of Greenville.

Dr. Snyder along with his wife, Christine owned and operated Edgetown Veterinary Clinic in Greenville for 29 years.

A funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM on Monday, February 22, 2021, at Zechar Bailey Funeral Home in Greenville with Pastor Bill Edwards officiating. Burial will follow in Greenmound Cemetery in New Madison. The family will receive friends on Monday from 12:00 to 2:00 PM at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Gospel Baptist Church 115 W 5th St, Greenville, OH 45331.

Services

  • Visitation

    lundi, 22 février , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    lundi, 22 février , 2021

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Norman & Barbara Weimer

23 février , 2021

Dave and Chris took care of our dogs for a long time at a reasonable cost. He was a very good vet. They also were a customer of mine for many years. He also did many other things to help us out. He will surely be missed. Norman and Barbara Weimer

Sherry (Baker) & Mark Echeman

22 février , 2021

I loved Dr. Snyder as my Vet! He was caring and wonderful to me and my pets, all the while teaching me to be a great pet Mom!
He used to ride occasionally to OSU with my brother, Wayne. And I met Christine at the Skating Rink where I skated and worked during high school. She would pass her weekends there, while Dave was in college. I later worked with her at the Hosp.
Still remember you boys, crawling around in your diapers at Designer Pets or the office! Family was important to both of them.
I'm sincerely sorry for your loss. I understand how hard it is to lose your parents. I'll be praying for Peace and Comfort for your Hearts. Keep their memories close to your hearts, and know how happy they are together, at last....

Mike Homan

22 février , 2021

Sorry to hear of Dr. Snyder's passing. Dave was a great man with lots of ideas that he shared with me, when we were neighbors at the time he owned Vet Clinic.
Wayne Builders Supply appreciated the visits and the business he gave us for his home projects.

Brenda/Bruce Lillicrap

19 février , 2021

Sending our prayers and love to Nancy and her family.

Jeff Reel

18 février , 2021

I was a member of the Darke County Sheriff's Office K-9 Team. Dr. Snyder and his wife Christine, were fantastic in their support of the K-9 Team and Dr. Snyder provided us with excellent care. He was very kind and I always enjoyed talking with him.

Karyl parks

18 février , 2021

As a caretaker for Dave, I grew to know him as a kind honest man of outstanding integrity. His everyday statement was that he missed his wife. Grief didn’t just visit him for a horrible, yet temporary holiday. It moved in, put down roots—and it never left.
Grief and disability brought humility as a housewarming gift and didn’t care whether he wanted it or not. He was scared. He was never afraid of death, he was terrified of dying..

In my care he was at that nexus between total devastation and gradual restoration. His obvious issues were tended, but his chronic soul injury would never heal up. He had been internally altered: Christine's death had interrupted his plans, severed relationships, and rewritten the script for him.. I gave my respects when it counted by offering him support and he offered me the means. I was honored to have served for him. But his mission was his desire to be whole again with his wife, best friend and soulmate. The day he stopped grieving is the day he stopped breathing.
This is the cost of sharing your life with someone worth missing. Grief is a solitary road. Even if we are fortunate enough to have people alongside us during the journey, no one can really travel all the way with us. Blessigs to his family as they take this journey and give them the memories as they cherish the milestones along the way. God Speed

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