Meredith Mel Snyder

Died: Wed., Mar. 2, 2011


Visitation

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Fri., Mar. 18, 2011
Location: - Not available -


Memorial Service

11:00 AM Sat., Mar. 19, 2011


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MEREDITH " MEL" SNYDER

79, of  Ft. Wayne, went on to Glory with his Lord on March 2, 2011 at 6:05 p.m. surrounded by family and friends. Mel was a Korean War Army Veteran. He was an electronics technician for Magnavox and Command Systems, Inc.. Mel was an active member of Broadway Christian Church and the former Curdes Ave. Missionary Church. He loved serving his Lord in various capacities throughout his life. He served as Vice President of Statewood Park Homeowners Association for many years. He was also the Past President of Parkview Hospital White Cross Auxiliary. Mel was blessed with many dear friends and never knew a stranger. He was preceded in death by his first wife Doris (Trump) Snyder and his brother, Maurice Snyder of Syracuse, IN. Surviving are his loving wife, Pamela, his brother, Wellington Snyder of Decatur, his daughters, Vicki Snyder and Pamela (Tom) Madison of Ft. Wayne, his son, Steven (Bernatka) Snyder of Radom, Poland, step-daughter, Lori Kieres of Sandwich, IL and eight grandchildren. A Memorial Celebration will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 19 at Broadway Christian Church, 910 Broadway. Calling is Friday, March 18, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday March 19 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at Broadway Christian Church. Memorial contributions may be made to Broadway Christian Church for Missions Ministry.

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Gordon Smith
   Posted Sun March 13, 2011
Dear Family of Mel, What great memories the picture of Mel in today's paper brought to me. My connection with Mel was thru Christian Service Brigade when Mel was Capt of the Battalion at Curdes Ave Missionary Church. This was back in the 1970s. Mel was a godly man who had a burden for boys & loved them thru his Lord. We had wonderful fellowship together. I was Capt of Immanuel Baptist Battalion. Psalm 116:15 tells us "Precious in the eyes of the Lord is the death of His saints" Looking forward to seeing you in Glory one day, Mel. God bless the family. Sincerely in Christ, Gordon Smith

Tracey Schieferstein-Aurich
   Posted Sun March 13, 2011
Dear Steve and Family, Many memories of the times spent on Vance and Woodrow. So sorry to hear of the loss of your father. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Most Heartfelt Sympathy, Tracey Schieferstein


Emma Momper
   Posted Sun March 13, 2011
Dear Pam,
So sorry to hear of our loss of your dear husband, Mel. He was so gererous to share with others and I wa so happy to have been able to meet him at your home one evening. May the good Lord enfold him in His Holy Arms and grant him eternal rest and peace.

May you be comforted in our time of sorrow.

Love and prayers,

Emma Momper

Jim Boomer
   Posted Tue March 15, 2011
Dear Pam and family:

God's blessing on your loss. Mel was a great friend and fellow Magnavox employee--always with a smile and capable of pulling off miracles in the lab, and at trade shows.

I will continue to pray for you and for the repose of Mel's soul--no doubt that God has already put him to work in Paradise!

Best regards,

Jim

Jack & Roberta Schmidt
   Posted Tue March 15, 2011
Sorry to hear about your loss. He was one of our favorites at Broadway. Our prayers are with you during this time. We will be out of town and won't be able to visit with.
Mel is now in our Lord and Saviors presence and without any pain or worries.
Love and Prayers
Jack and Roberta

Mike & Donna Snyder
   Posted Tue March 15, 2011
We are so sorry to learn of Uncle Mel's passing. He was an outgoing man aways had a smile, a good word and ready to share the Word. When Mike was a kid, Mel was a tremendous influence and the sourceof many many good memories. When we were married, he and Doris were fun to visit and always made us feel right at home. He and Pam had a good mariage and we are so sorry she didn't get to spend more time being married to Mel. Everyone who knew him, loved being around him.

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