Donald Lindsay Snyder

New River Valley, Virginia

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Lindsay,Our prayers go out to you in the lost of your Dad. I know he will be missed

My condolences to the family. My father bought a wonderful mare from him in 1971. I know he loved the horses. Hopefully Nell will recognize him when he reaches the Rainbow Bridge, and thank him for the wonderful life that she had with Daddy and me and my family on our little farm until February of 1993. Riverwood is a wonderful place to send memorials to. I will certainly participate. I will keep you in my prayers. Anne Kimel (daughter of Claude who passed away in January 2004.)

I followed him every step through my teen age years and treasure every second. He was a great inspiration on my life and taught me the horsemanship that I use today. He came into my life just as my father died and filled a void that no one else could have filled. I will be forever grateful for our friendship and his guidance.

Sorry To Hear This Spent Many Memorable Times At Trotwood Riding Horses..A True Horseman He Will Be Missed..

I am so sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. It's comforting to know that God cares for all of us and losing a loved one is something we cannot get use to. The Bible gives us hope that one day we can see our dear loved one again. On behalf of all mankind Jesus surrendered his soul for many. John 15:13 says “No one has love greater than this, that someone should surrender his soul on behalf of his friends.” Truly I am sorry to hear of the loss of your dear loved one and I hope...

So sorry to hear this. May it comfort you knowing how many friends he had. HE WILL BE MISSED by many at horse shows.Sendig a big hug to you.


Donald's Obituaries

Donald Snyder passed away in New River Valley, Virginia. The obituary was featured in Winston-Salem Journal on January 25, 2013, and Roanoke Times on January 25, 2013.