In memory of
Charles Snyder
In memory of
Charles Snyder
Charles Snyder STOCKERTOWN Charles Snyder of Stockertown, PA, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday March 14, 2021. Chuck was born September 18, 1945 to Charlie Snyder & Molly Menear Snyder, He graduated from Easton High School class of 1963. Wife Karen Fluck Snyder. He retired from CIT and IBEW Local 102. He is survived by his wife Karen, a daughter Melissa and husband Lewis Chillot, a son Bryan, a brother Tim and wife Toni and a sister Karen Mathis with her companion Mike Nonnemacher. Along with grandchildren; Andrew Chillot and Fiancé Elaine Gawel, Bryce Snyder and Chase Snyder, nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by great grandson Bearett Chillot. There will be no services. Burbage Funeral Home 108 William St. Berlin, MD 21811 (410) 641-2111
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Burbage Funeral Home - Berlin, MD - Berlin
108 William Street
Berlin, MD 21811
In memory of
Charles Snyder
Charles Snyder STOCKERTOWN Charles Snyder of Stockertown, PA, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday March 14, 2021. Chuck was born September 18, 1945 to Charlie Snyder & Molly Menear Snyder, He graduated from Easton High School class of 1963. Wife Karen Fluck Snyder. He retired from CIT and IBEW Local 102. He is survived by his wife Karen, a daughter Melissa and husband Lewis Chillot, a son Bryan, a brother Tim and wife Toni and a sister Karen Mathis with her companion Mike Nonnemacher. Along with grandchildren; Andrew Chillot and Fiancé Elaine Gawel, Bryce Snyder and Chase Snyder, nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by great grandson Bearett Chillot. There will be no services. Burbage Funeral Home 108 William St. Berlin, MD 21811 (410) 641-2111
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