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Freda A. Snyder

1931 - 2015

Freda A. Snyder 84, of Deitrick Rd. New Columbia, passed away on November 29, 2015 at her home.  Born in West Milton on November 6, 1931 she was the daughter of the late Charles F. and Catherine (Walker) Atkins.  She was married on February 22, 1951 to Paul Snyder Jr. who preceded her in death in 1996.

Freda attended Milton Schools and was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church in New Columbia.  She worked at Evangelical Community Hospital as a nurse’s aide retiring in 1993.  She was a member of the Moose in Milton and she enjoyed reading, gardening and working in the yard.

She is survived by three sons and a daughter in law Barry S. Snyder of New Columbia, Telly L. Snyder of Watsontown, and Jamie C. and Kimberly Snyder of Pine Grove, a daughter and son in law Holly L. and John Dewald of Williamsport, a sister Dorothy (Faber) Betz of New York, nine grandchildren, and six great grandchildren.

Following Freda’s wishes there will be no services and she will be interred at the family cemetery on their farm.


Dear Barry,Telly,Holly, and Jamie,
I was so sad to see the news of your moms passing. I loved both your parents and often,and fondly,remember many good times with them and your grandparents. Chris and I visited the farm on many occasions and always had so much fun! Your parents loved each other unconditionally. I also had the privilege of working with your mom for many years at the hospital,and again,looked so forward to my shift if she was on! All of you have always held a special place in my heart all these years. I was so happy to see she would be laid to rest at the farm that they both loved so much. I wanted you all to know that so many people will share your loss and will be left with wonderful memories,as well.
Sincerely meant,
Debbie (Heimbach) Fisher

Barry and family.

Want to send my condolences to the whole family. Enjoyed the times I got to talk to your mother. Prayers and thoughts with you all.

Mary (Dreisbach) Spring.

To Freda's Family,

So sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I worked with Freda many nights at Evan Hospital, and we always had a great time. She was a wonderful, caring, nurse. She also taught me a lot about knitting and actually helped me finished an afghan I had been struggling to do on my own. Prayers are with you all at this time. Freda will be remember very fondly by many.

Marianne Motto

So very sorry to hear of Freda's passing. She was a great help to our family providing not only house cleaning but true friendship! She loved our Doxie Milo, and the kids loved her. Find comfort that she is again with Paul! Prayers for your family.
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