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April 1, 2014
Unfortunately, our computer was down and we just learned of Mr. Snook's death. His passing is a great loss. It was Mr. Snook who suggested that I visit the Detroit Conservatory of Music and ask for an unbiased opinion of my piano playing. This led to studying there through highschool and then obtaining a college degree in music education after HS. He was a good man and did "put up" with noisy rambunctious kids during choir practice. I am grateful for his kindness and interest in me as a 10th grader. God bless you Mr.Snook. I bet you are busy adding to the heavenly music with your exceptional talents. Sincerely Maryellen, Class of '57.
March 28, 2014
My memories of high school always include thoughts of Mr. Snook, he was a very patient and tolerable man putting up with all my shenanigans with Jimmy Aho, etc. He made us sound like professionals at concert time. I adored him! He made high school worth it! My sincerest sympathies to his family for their loss.
March 28, 2014
Art introduced me to the Meadow Brook Hall organ for the Holiday Walk several years ago. He was very kind and patient in explaining an overwhelming set-up for me. Have been playing the walk ever since and think of him every year.
March 28, 2014
We will cherish the day at Meadowbrook when Doug
introduced Art to his mom. It was during the Christmas/
Holiday Walk. Sophie will be 95 in May. She had a stroke two weeks later and suffers severe memory loss. and is in a nursing home.

Art was a great guy & WWII Vet.
Blessings to all,
Doug & Alice Siehda
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