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Ronald E. Snelbaker

Manchester, Pennsylvania

Aug 18, 1950 – May 29, 2018 (Age 67)

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Ronald E. SnelbakerManchester - Ronald E. Snelbaker, 67, passed away on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at Memorial Hospital in York. He was the husband of Debroah (Lam) Snelbaker.Ronald was born August 18, 1950, in West York and was the son of the late Kenneth and Esther (Hummel) Snelbaker and the...

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So many wonderful memories with Ronnie. The last memory is we were planning our trip to the Datona 500 in February. Ronnie had his camper already. Ronnie, Deb. Lois, Cooper, Oliver and I were all going to visit their daughter and family and then Ronnie, two boys and I were going To the race. Another one on our bucket list. All he had to say was Ruth do you want to go to Daytona and I was in. We were all so blessed to have such a special person in our lives. R.I.P. Dear Ronnie ❤

Deb,

Cory and I were so glad to see both you and Ron just last weekend and were both very saddened to hear of Ron's passing.

Please know we are thinking of you and your family. Ron was an amazing person and will be greatly missed by so many. Let us know if you need anything - we are close by.

Our deepest condolences.
Theresa, Cory and girls

Ronald Snelbaker - A patriarch, a father in law, a mentor, a true friend, and for me sometimes a disciplinarian. Ron taught and directed me through many things over the last 34 years. Anything from making solder joints to helping out a friend when they needed you most. So many projects and emergencies he would help or show me how to deal with. Many times he believed in me more than I did. He was always there when I needed him most. As he was for so many of us. Never met a man more patient...

I'm so sorry for the families loss. Prayers to the family and the church family. Ron was a nice man when I would see him at church. I remember him being a part of Family Worship Center almost all of my life. Rest easy.

You will be missed I'm honored to have known you and your family

Dear Deb,
My heart feels for you. Just remember God will be as close as you need him to be. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Ron was a giving and caring person. He touched many lives and did his work for God.
Love,
Scott, Cheryl, Michael

Heartbreaking news, so sorry for the loss for you Deb. Such a wonderful soul who will now be missed here on earth. May the Lord God help you through the grieving process. Love to all the family.

You will be missed R.I.P.

To Deb and family-I was sad to hear about Ron. Worked with him at GR Sponaugle for a long time and he was always one of my "go to guys" when I needed help. I loved laughing with you both at GRS and at the company holiday parties. Ron was a sweet man and funny too. His retirement speech almost made me tear up so upon hearing this news he made me cry again. Keep the memories close Deb, and know he will always be with you. You and your family are in my thoughts.