Thank you for your service to our country. You will be missed - Rest in Peace.
LJE from ME.
I was so sorry to hear of Clayton's passing. May the memories of happier, healthier times bring you joy and knowing he is now at peace bring you comfort.
Mandi, Louise, Becky and Snyder family:
Our deepest sympathy to the family on the loss of your beloved Unc....he is now at peace in a better place. Cherish the many loving memories you have and may they help heal your broken hearts.
Edward Yesik Trucking - Ed Yesik, Kathy Ziegler & family
So sorry for ur loss, prayers and thoughts sent to your family from ours, god bless u all !!! Love the Dilcher; Locher; and Muthard family
Clayt, you were a good man with a great sense of humor. You always had a smile on your face. We were so glad to see you one more time when you were in the rehab center after your fall. You had us open your bottom dresser drawer and it was filled with candy, snacks, and of course beer. You will be missed but remembered fondly.
Clayt. I know you are home with Liz. having a joyful reunion. you did your job well, it was time to rest. you will be missed by many. Give Bill a hug for me and tell him I am doing o.k. Until we all meet again. Love Doris
Our deepest sympathy to the Clay Snyder family at this most difficult time. He was the rainbow in our mothers life.. Music was one of their common joys as they would laugh and reminisce of the good old days in Slatington. We will remain ever so thankful for his friendship to our mother......THANK YOU CLAT!!!
Joyce House family
Much Sympathy to the Snyder Family for their great loss!!!
He was the most thoughtful and caring person I have ever met...Always had a listening ear no matter what time of day or night.
"WE MADE EACH OTHER LAUGH"!!! no one can ask for more than that....
I will miss you my PHONE buddy!!!
Your Companion, Joyce
I was privileged to know Clayton years ago to be a hard working, community oriented, jovial fellow who never had a bad word to say about anyone. God rest his soul. We've lost a good man; but take solace in knowing he's home with the Lord. Mike Mattiuz
Pappy was full of life and energy. Always had a great time when around him. Spent many vacations in Maine and he was a real Ladies man, he had many he tok under his wing on my bus trips. He loved his Yuengling Lager. I will always cherish those memories. He has fought a battle through life, but he never gave up, he will now be back with Liz, but we will surely miss this fella, and the hot salsa he made. RIP until we meet again.