William "Bill" Snider

Born: Wed., May 3, 1922
Died: Tue., Feb. 5, 2019

Services at later date

Location: Church of The Good Shepherd

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Niceville, Florida formerly Columbus Grove, Ohio

William "Bill" Snider, 96, died February 5, 2019 at Superior Residences, Niceville, Florida.  He was born May 3, 1922, in Lima to William H. and Nevada M. (Hughes) Snider.  Both his parents preceded him in death.

Bill married Betty L. Hinman on May 25, 1944, she preceded him in death August 15, 1997.  He then married Mary R. (Gill) Hartman on July 11, 1998, she preceded him in death on October 29, 2018.

He is survived by four sons: William Snider of Douglasville, GA, David (Charissa) Snider of Columbus Grove, Michael (Terri Foust) Snider of Renton, WA and Stephen (Peggy) Snider of Asheville, NC; six grandchildren: Amy (Kenn) Harwood, Holly ( Chris) Sanderson, Andy (Lindsay) Snider, Martin Snider, Teal Snider and Ty Snider; 10 great grandchildren: Jake, Tyler, Dylan, Sydney, Sabre, Brianna, Blaiden, Kara, Tyler and Hanna; and one brother: Richard Snider of Lima.

Bill was preceded in death by two sisters:  Marjorie and Shirley.

He had worked for Neon in Lima, Triplett in Bluffton and Sylvania/Phillips in Ottawa, where he had retired after 30 + years.  Bill was a member of  St. Johns United Methodist Church, Columbus Grove Lions Club, the Columbus Grove School Board and Putnam County School Board.

Bill loved to travel, having been to 50 states and seven continents.  He had mentored elementary school children in math and volunteered in Sarasota five days a week for 18 years, until he was 95.

Graveside services will be held at a later date at Truro West, Columbus Grove.

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Marilyn Barrere
   Posted Sat February 09, 2019
Sending my deepest sympathy to Bill, Dave, Mike and Steve, and your entire families. Our families spent a lot of time together, when we kids were young. From the Lions Club, to boating on the Auglaize River and to Boy Scouts! I have so many fond memories. Bill will be greatly missed.

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