Joseph A Snedeker

Joseph A Snedeker

July 19, 1945 - December 29, 2020
Loma Linda, CA

Joseph A Snedeker

July 19, 1945 - December 29, 2020
Loma Linda, CA


Joseph Albert Snedeker went to be with Jesus at the VA Hospital in Loma Linda, CA on December 29, 2020.

Joe was born on July 19,1945 in Beaver Falls, PA to the late Earl and Geraldine Snedeker, whom he greatly loved and respected.  Joe served his country in the United States Army for two years after which he managed facilities in the freight/trucking industry for 45 years, until he retired. 

He was a beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather and faithful friend.  Joe loved being with his grandchildren.  He would watch cartoons for hours or take the grandchildren to the store for candy and a toy. 

He was thrilled to be baptized in 2018 in the Jordon River in Israel.  Joe was a true patriot and loved America.  He was a great admirer of the principals that his President Donald J. Trump defended. 

He is survived by his love of 15 years, Frances, who was his wife.  He is also survived by his son Michael and daughter Michelle, he had six step-sons. Keith. Jason, Daniel, Paul and Mark.  He had twenty-seven grandchildren and six great children which resides in CA.  He is also has one surviving brother, Gayle Snedeker who resides in CA. 

Joe was able to satisfy everything on his bucket list.  He had a blessed life and was surrounded by those who loved him.

Private interment will be held in the Beaver Falls Cemetery.

The Gabauer-Lutton Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc. – 117 Blackhawk Rd., Chippewa Twp. is honored to assist the Snedeker family with local arrangments.


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2 responses to Joseph A Snedeker

  1. Rest in Peace Joe you will be greatly missed. You were a great family man I know they miss you. I am still in shock that you left this world you were a great man and best friend. I will miss talking with you and texting during the Steelers games. I can’t believe you and Jay both left this world so close, give him a hug for me, Beatty too. Our group is not going to be the same without you guys. We will meet again brother.

  2. Condolences to the family of Joseph Snedeker from Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 862.

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