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Richard H. Snesrud

Minnetonka, Minnesota

Feb 12, 1941 - Feb 22, 2013

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I worked with Dick for a number of years when one of his assignments brought him to the Hartford. I will always remember his smiles and kind words. I was really sorry to hear about the sad news. He will be miss, Thinking of you and your family.. God blessings.

Sue and I and our family are saddened by the sudden death of your Father. Our prayers and best wishes are with you at this difficult time. We regret that our two families lost contact with each other in recent years. Previously, we have had many years of great fun and fellowship with Dick and his familyespecially the weekends at the old Snesrud farmsted. We winter in Florida which makes it extremely difficult to attend the funeral services. Our thoughts and prayers...

I worked with Dick at 3M and he was a wonderful person to work with for many years, and he will be missed. I offer the family my deepest sympathy.

I am so sorry Justin and Kelly for the loss of your dear father. He will be missed by all of us. Your mother is still missed so much. My God give you comfort in the middle of this sorrowful time.
Beryl Westphal

Sorry for your loss Kelly, Justin & family. Your Dad was always very nice to me. Thinking of you guys & praying for you.


Kelly and Justin - I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. I have great memories of him - he was always so passionate about Zion - such a great example of a true servant.

I miss you so much. You meant the world to me and our family. I love you!

I have very good memories of playing golf with Dick at National Snesrud Reunions some years ago. We enjoyed talking about sports and the family. May God rest his soul and comfort his family. Dwight Snesrud


Richard's Obituaries

Snesrud, Richard H. "Dick" Age 72, of Minnetonka, died unexpectedly Friday, Feb, 22, 2013 at his home. Graduated U of M, 1961, in Mathematics. Entered the Air Force and achieved the rank of Captain. Upon discharge, he returned to Minneapolis area to pursue his career. He was employed at...

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