Teddy R. Snodgrass

August 25, 1944 ‒ July 11, 2016

Centerburg, Ohio

Teddy R. Snodgrass, age 71 of Centerburg, passed away Monday morning July 11, 2016.

He was born on August 25, 1944 in Dickison, WV to the late Walter F and Lillian G (Moore) Snodgrass. He was a retired welder for Buckeye Steel Casting with 40 years of service and had also worked at Flying J in Sunbury for 11 years. He was a member of the Olive Green Church of Christ in Christian Union.

Teddy was a people person and he never met a stranger. He enjoyed a good conversation and was a man of his word. He loved shopping, yard sales, talking to people , collecting banks, salt and pepper shakers, coins, guns, knives and Elvis articles.

He is survived by daughters: Robin Jean (Robert)Snodgrass Stopher of Centerburg, Joanna (Shawn) Dowalter of Lewis Center;  7  grandchildren: Kory, Madison, Alexis, Sydnee, Logan, Wyatt, Zander; 3 great grandchildren: Hayden, Kyrie, Joel and one expected; brother: Bobby Joe Snodgrass of Drop Wrench, WV; close friends: Bob and Bonnie Burkey,  Diane (Dave) Dudgeon, Gina Moody, Corky and Larry Freeman; brothers and sisters-in-law and nieces and nephews.

Preceded in death by his wife: Barbara Ann (Cremeans) Snodgrass on January 30, 2012, daughter: Jodie Lynn Kefauver on October 7, 2013; son: Anthony R. Snodgrass; grandson: Mason Stopher; brothers: Charles, Harry, Frank, William, James; sister: Kathleen Martin.

Friends may call Thursday from 5-8 p.m. at the DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, SR 3 at 61, Sunbury where services will be held Friday 2 p.m. with Pastor Ken Mosser officiating. Interment will follow in the Bloomfield Cemetery.

Memorial contributions can be made to the family.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral home is honored to serve Teddy’s family and condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com.

 

  • It is such a huge loss of a great man. He always made me feel at home when I was at his house. I was best friends with his oldest daughter Jodie since we were 12 years old. I loved him very much and enjoyed my time I spent with him and his family. You all are in my prayers and heart forever. I pray God will ease your sorrows and fill your hearts with good memories. Much Love Crystal Fields Dabe

  • I met Teddy when I first came to work at the Flying J. He was always a hard worker and a good friend that would give you the shirt off his back. I never told him but he reminded me of my Grandfather I think that is why I liked him from the start. They were cut from the same cloth. I will miss seeing him.

    Wishing his family peace and may God watch over them all.

  • So many wonderful years knowing Teddy. Biggest heart and most caring person. Ted touched so many people with his kindness. Always putting others before himself. What a great Man.

  • My husband and up always talked to Teddy always McDonald’s, I waited on him at kroger, he was always the man with a heart of gold. He always had something nice to say to everyone he met. He will be truly missed by many.
    Lisa and Michael chitwood

  • I didn’t know him well but he was a sweetheart. I worked at Sunbury kroger and he came in to see me almost every day. He was the most caring man I have ever met and so sincere. He always asked how I was and worried about me no matter how he was feeling. Please accept my condolences and know I am praying for your family. The world has lost a fine man.

  • Sorry for your loss my prayers go out to the family. He was a very nice man. I went to school with him class of 63

  • I am truly so sorry for your lost. I have know Teddy for only a few months being his medical Assistant at his doctors but he has touched my life in a special way. He would come in with the biggest smile and always a warm hug. Always so giving and caring. Talking to him would always make me laugh and turn my day around. He would truly make every day I seen him special. He will aways have a place in my heart.

  • I am truly so sorry for your lost. As a member of the Snodgrass Clan Society of America, we send prayers to the family for their loss.