OBITUARY

Carl Henry Snyder

September 18, 1931March 18, 2020

Carl Henry Snyder was born on September 18, 1931 and passed away on March 18, 2020.

Services

  • Funeral Service Sunday, March 22, 2020

Memories

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Kevin Miles

March 28, 2020

I enjoyed Carl's company, the tales he told, and the chemistry book he gave me for my daughter. To say he was interesting is an understatement. Whenever I made it to Miami I had breakfast at Deli Lane with the usual crew.

Carl kept the conversation lively, and always had the reasonable perspective on the political shifts of our time. We all enjoyed discussing the vibrant landmarks of South Miami and Coral Gables, which include Matheson Hammock, Fairchild Gardens, Cutler Ridge, and many more.

Dr. Snyder educated many students in the mysteries of chemistry at the University of Miami, who became medical doctors in Miami, and around the world. One of his students was my niece who now serves as a medical doctor Pennsylvania.

You are missed...

Roberta Neway

March 22, 2020

I am glad that I knew and spent time with both Carl and Jean. I enjoyed their company a lot, and my life is better for having known them.

Kathy Sarmiento

March 22, 2020

My heartfelt condolences go out to Carl’s family and friends. I always enjoyed seeing Carl at Deli Lane on Friday mornings. He always had interesting stories to tell about travel, science & current events. I admire the love he showed when he spoke about his wife and family. The earthly world has lost a kind man but I know his spirit will live on in all those who love and miss him.

Sid Kaskey

March 22, 2020

Our lives as friends together began over breakfast. Jean introduced us and it was off and running for both of us. A minor breakfast tradition was started. You had a keen sense of humor that you used sometimes to yank my chain. My wife Diane and I miss the good times we spent with you and Jean. Rest easy my friend.

Judy Kaufman

March 21, 2020

Beautiful people never die in the hearts of those who love them. I will always treasure my discussions with Carl and our friendship. The last day I saw him, he kissed my hand and said I am having some minor surgery, but I’ll be back to your classes soon. I miss them! I miss you too my friend! RIP. Judy