Howard Snyder
September 8, 1947  -  December 10, 2018

Howard Snyder


Gathering of Family and Friends
Marrs Jones Newby Funeral Home
505 Old Austin Highway
Bastrop, TX  78602
Saturday, December 15, 2018
12:00pm to 1:00pm
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Celebration of Doug's Life
Marrs Jones Newby Funeral Home
505 Old Austin Highway
Bastrop, TX  78602
Saturday, December 15, 2018
1:00pm
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Military Honors
Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery- Killeen
11463 state Highway 195
Killeen, TX  76542
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
1:00pm
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Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery- Killeen
11463 state Highway 195
Killeen, TX  76542
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I served in the Navy.

Howard “Doug” Snyder passed away at his home surrounded by his family on December 10, 2018. He was born in Birmingham, Alabama to Leonard and Hazel Snyder on September 8, 1947.
He was preceded in death by his parents. Doug is survived by his wife of 31 years, Rogene Snyder; five children, Marisa Snyder, Lori Varney (Steve), Amy Meyers (Marc), Stanley Snyder (Heather), Duke Snyder; eight grandchildren, Emily Blach, Blake Meiller, Logan Varney, Ethan Meyers, Eli Meyers, Enzo Meyers, Lucas Snyder, Carson Snyder; and three brothers, Leonard Snyder (Margie), Ray Snyder (Barbara) and Forest Snyder.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Cella Bella’s Hospice in loving memory of Doug Snyder.

Family and Friends will gather from 12:00pm to 1:00pm pm Saturday, December 15, 2018 at Marrs Jones Newby Funeral Home in Bastrop, Texas. A celebration of Doug's life will begin at 1:00pm.

Military Honors will be rendered at 1:00pm on Tuesday, December 18, 2018 at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery in Killeen.

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  1. Mike Griffith
    San Antonio, TX

    BHS Class of 66 will never forget Doug. He was a great friend, a math wizard, a tough lineman and captain of the football team, and a competitive miler on the track team. A proud Navy veteran. Doug stood the watch so that his countrymen could sleep soundly, in safety, knowing that a sailor would stand the watch. Shipmate, you stand relieved. Thank you for your faithful service.

  2. Wilma Cervantez Villegas
    Austin, TX

    My Dear Classmate , Doug I will always remember you as a very nice and smart person. May you Rest In Peace. Your classmate Wilma Villegas (1966)

  3. Jack and phyllis burns
    Bastrop, TX

    With our deepest sympathy.

  4. Marshall Parker
    Bastrop, TX

    So much time spent together in our young ages. Its hard to put word here right now. Loved him as a brother.

  5. Jackie Clark Roy
    Livingston, LA

    I am praying for your family. Doug and I graduated together. He will be missed. I remember when his family owned Snyder's. They had the best hamburgers in the world. God bless you all.

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