OBITUARY

Thomas "Tommy" Morris Snapp

July 25, 1973June 23, 2020
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Thomas "Tommy" Morris Snapp was born on July 25, 1973 in Conroe, Texas to Thomas E. Snapp and Lillie M. Allgood Snapp. Tommy went to be with the Lord on June 23, 2020. Tommy spent his formative years in Willis, Texas, where he was involved in many activities in high school. He is known for his good taste in music and it played a big role in his life. Like the old soul that Tommy is, he loved old trucks, tractors, and agriculture. Tommy will be missed by many, especially his children, since he could always make things better in his special way.

Tommy is preceded in death by his father, Thomas E. Snapp and three infant siblings. He is survived by his mother, Lillie M. Snapp; children, Taylor Ann and Thomas Everitt; and loving fiancé, Julie A. Butler. A Funeral Service will be held on Monday, June 29, 2020 beginning at 2:00pm at Cashner Funeral Home in Conroe, Texas.

Another cowboy rides away, the legend of his soul lives on in his son.

  • FAMILY

  • Lillie M. Snapp, Mother
  • Taylor Ann and Thomas Everitt, Children
  • Julie A. Butler, Fiance
  • Thomsas E. Snapp, Father (deceased)
  • Three Infant siblings, Siblings

Services

  • Celebration of Life

    Monday, June 29, 2020

Memories

Thomas "Tommy" Morris Snapp

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Amanda Atkinson

June 29, 2020

Wow! This is so heartbreaking. We will be praying for comfort and peace for ALL your family my friend.. Thought of you a million times over the years.. When I "remember to soak" my asparagus before grilling.. Or am stain treating clothes and hear "spit on a blood stain while it's fresh it will come out in the wash" in that old soul voice.. And especially when the "older crumb-snatchers don't know how to act.. Kick'em in the neck" and I laugh.. The things we learned from listening to the stories you told while sitting at the local Adult Daycare (Bar ;)) thank you! It was an honor to have known you and call you friend!

Laurabell Gregory

June 29, 2020

Snapp, still trying to let it all sink in, hard to believe! I'm so glad to have called you one of my friends on this walk through life. I will forever cherish great memories and your witty, sarcastic wisecracks! I'm sure our dear friend before you, John Wayne, was there with your Heavenly hat to welcome you home! You will be missed my friend. Everytime I hear an old country song I will think of you and bring a smile to my face, Cowboy Up, til we meet again!

Shelby Lackey (Weiss )

June 28, 2020

We haven’t seen each other in years but I have so many amazing memories as a kid with Tommy! Hug my mom when you see her.

Lynn Weimar

June 28, 2020

RIP Tommy, may your light shine eternal.
Fly high

Julie Butler

June 28, 2020

Julie Butler

June 28, 2020

Julie Butler

June 28, 2020

Julie Butler

June 28, 2020

Julie Butler

June 28, 2020

Julie Butler

June 28, 2020

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