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Kenneth H Snyder

May 7, 1941 - March 2, 2019

Service Date: March 30, 2019

Funeral Home Henry W. Anderson Mortuary, Minneapolis

Cemetery

Service Location St. Thomas The Apostle Church

Memorial service, 11:00 AM, Saturday, March 30, 2019 with a visitation one hour before at St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 2914 W. 44th St., Minneapolis.  Private family interment at a later date.

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Kenneth H. Snyder,

Age 77 of Minneapolis, passed away March 2, 2019 after a brave battle with cancer.  He was born to Raymond and Louise Snyder in Melrose, MN. Ken grew up in Minneapolis and attended Central High School, where he met his sweetheart, Betsey.  He retired from Carpenter Steel after 30 years of service as a truck driver, as well as AAA after 9 years as a dispatcher. Ken had many interests, including volunteering at the Como-Harriet Streetcar line, helping with the restoration of steam engine NP328, and he was one of the charter members of the Gopher State Railway Museum.  Some of his favorite memories were the August days spent at the Scott-Carver Threshing show and with his family and his 1941 Farmall H tractor.

Ken is survived by loving wife and best friend of 59 years, Betsey; children: David (Linda), Stephen (Abby Ekstrand), Wayne (Jacque) and Lori (Joe O’Brien); grandchildren: Joseph (Ashley), Cory, Rachel , Hailey, Mitchell and Bradley; great-grandchildren, Jayce and Lily; brother and sister in law, Thomas and Diane,  many nephews, nieces, cousins, family and friends.  Preceded in death by brother and sister in law, Lloyd and Janice Snyder.

Special thanks to the Fairview Hospice caregivers Niels, Vincent and Liz for all your help these last few months.

Memorials to St. Thomas the Apostle Church and the American Cancer Society.

Private family interment at a later date.