In memory of
Frank G. Snyder III
In memory of
Frank G. Snyder III
Snyder III, Frank G. 1/24/1927 - 2/18/2021 Saginaw, Michigan Frank G Snyder III, 94, of Saginaw MI died peacefully Thursday, February 18, 2021. Born January 24, 1927 in Des Moines, Iowa to Frank G. and Margaret Lehnard Snyder. Upon graduation from Traverse City High School he joined the Army Air Force and served as an instructor in cryptography at Scott Field, IL. After discharge he attended Michigan State College earning a degree in Civil Engineering. Frank then worked for the U.S. Geological Survey - Water Resources in Houghton, MI as a hydraulic engineer and Engineer in Charge of the upper peninsula office. He came to Saginaw in 1954 after purchasing Hansen-Snyder CO, a commercial HVAC contracting firm. Frank was a Registered Mechanical Engineer. He eventually worked for Saginaw Valley State University where he was the Director of Physical Plant, retiring in 1992. Frank married the former Ellen Flaska in Chicago April 30, 1955. Newlyweds forever, his bride of 65 years, Ellen, predeceased him in June 2020. He is survived by sons Frank IV (Bonnie) of Freeland, David R. (Terri) of Mesa, CO and one daughter Mary Winter of Basalt, CO. He is survived by his grandchildren Frank V (Courtney), Christa Snyder, David and Sam Winter and one great granddaughter. Frank was predeceased by his daughter Carolyn and brother James. He was a member of the First Congregational Church, Saginaw Rotary Club, Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, Mayflower Decendants, YMCA, Germania Club, past president of the Saginaw Association of Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling Contractors, and Trustee of the Local 85 Trust Funds. Frank was buried in Traverse City. No memorial service is planned. Any memorials can be made to Alzheimers research. Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home, Traverse City, MI
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In memory of
Frank G. Snyder III
Snyder III, Frank G. 1/24/1927 - 2/18/2021 Saginaw, Michigan Frank G Snyder III, 94, of Saginaw MI died peacefully Thursday, February 18, 2021. Born January 24, 1927 in Des Moines, Iowa to Frank G. and Margaret Lehnard Snyder. Upon graduation from Traverse City High School he joined the Army Air Force and served as an instructor in cryptography at Scott Field, IL. After discharge he attended Michigan State College earning a degree in Civil Engineering. Frank then worked for the U.S. Geological Survey - Water Resources in Houghton, MI as a hydraulic engineer and Engineer in Charge of the upper peninsula office. He came to Saginaw in 1954 after purchasing Hansen-Snyder CO, a commercial HVAC contracting firm. Frank was a Registered Mechanical Engineer. He eventually worked for Saginaw Valley State University where he was the Director of Physical Plant, retiring in 1992. Frank married the former Ellen Flaska in Chicago April 30, 1955. Newlyweds forever, his bride of 65 years, Ellen, predeceased him in June 2020. He is survived by sons Frank IV (Bonnie) of Freeland, David R. (Terri) of Mesa, CO and one daughter Mary Winter of Basalt, CO. He is survived by his grandchildren Frank V (Courtney), Christa Snyder, David and Sam Winter and one great granddaughter. Frank was predeceased by his daughter Carolyn and brother James. He was a member of the First Congregational Church, Saginaw Rotary Club, Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, Mayflower Decendants, YMCA, Germania Club, past president of the Saginaw Association of Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling Contractors, and Trustee of the Local 85 Trust Funds. Frank was buried in Traverse City. No memorial service is planned. Any memorials can be made to Alzheimers research. Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home, Traverse City, MI
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