Wynol Earl Shoman

May 21, 1940 ‒ April 04, 2017

Fredericktown, Ohio

Wynol Earl Shoman, age 76, of Fredericktown, OH, passed away on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at his home. He was born on May 21, 1940 in Mount Vernon, OH, to the late Russell and Lucille (Selby) Shoman.

Wynol went to Mount Vernon High School and then went to work for Continental Can, working in the Lamination and packaging department. He loved hunting and fishing, especially in Canada.  Wynol also enjoyed mushroom and arrowhead hunting.  He never met a stranger and loved to talk with family and friends.

He is survived by his loving wife, JoAnne (Atkinson) Shoman; a daughter, Lori Parker; a son, Gene (Kim) Shoman; grandchildren, Amanda Shrimplin, Nicholas and Layne Shoman; 4 great-grandchildren; sisters, Betty Swihart, Irene (Harold) Milligan and Devota Beck; a brother, William (Sandy) Shoman; numerous nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents, Wynol is preceded in death by his sister, Sandy Welker and brother, Richard Shoman.

A celebration of life service will take place at a later date.

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The Snyder Funeral Home in Fredericktown is honored to serve the family of Wynol Earl Shoman.

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  • Praying for the family. Wynol will be missed. I enjoyed the times we spent visiting and talking about various things about life, together. The strokes took their physical toll on him. But, now, he’s no longer held back, by his flesh.

  • Soo sorry for your loss. I got to know him a little through church and he was always smiling. Soo glad I got to know his lovely daughter. Prayers and hugs to all of you in the days ahead.

  • Sorry to hear this. He was my neighbor for many years and enjoyed talking to him. Was a good man

  • Sorry for your loss. My Dad Earl Rinard and him were very good friends and spent sometime in Canada hunting bear together.

  • I met Wynol at church. He always had a smile & seemed to be quite happy that he was there. – Jan Mast

  • Wynol was a good friend and neighbor. I wish I had known more about his physical problems sooner.Paul W. Losh Sr.