OBITUARY

Steve Snyder

April 9, 1957April 6, 2019

Steve Snyder was born on April 9, 1957 in Detroit, Michigan and passed away on April 6, 2019 in Rowlett, Texas.

Services

  • Funeral Service Saturday, April 13, 2019
REMEMBERING

Steve Snyder

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Mark Lawrence

April 22, 2019

As the former Assistant to the City Manager with the City of Santa Ana, CA, I had the pleasure of working closely with Steve Snyder for over 15 years. Steve was one of the kindest and most professional Santa Ana/OCFA Fire Captains I ever worked alongside. Steve operated the City of Santa Ana Emergency Operations Center and as a result worked closely with the City Manager's Office to ensure the safety and well being of the entire community. Steve was genuinely a "Nice Guy".

May God bless him and his family!

Mark Richard Lawrence
Assistant to the City Manager (Retired)
City of Santa Ana

Connie Hamilton

April 12, 2019

I am so very appreciative of Steve who served as a mentor to so many, including myself. Hugs to Barbara and the family!

Kerry Snyder

April 12, 2019


Miss you already brother. I will always remember the great adventures we had growing up.

I love you with all my heart ...until we meet again rest in peace Steve

Your kid brother, Kerry

Steve Gentry

April 12, 2019

Last Thursday evening Steve and a handful of other members of our train club were having dinner. Another member, John Parker is also a retired firefighter. He and Steve were sharing stories, talking about their experiences and keeping us all in stitches most of the night. Steve also spent a good deal of time talking about his family and how proud he was of them. He told us about his wife becoming a Paramedic. He talked about how they made the move to Texas to be closer to the kids. I always kidded Steve about his Jeep and how we men simply buy bigger & more expensive toys as we grow up, but we never stop playing with toys!

We talked about military service and being a firefighter. We talked about 9/11 and the brave men & women of FDNY. Steve told us about how when he went to NYC the FDNY wanted their own to work the piles so Steve & other volunteers from around the country worked their shifts so they could work the rubble. Steve was always smiling, always helping/serving and always a pleasure to be around and will truly be missed by many.