Frances B. “Dede” Snyder, 86, of Carlisle, passed away
peacefully at her home on Saturday, February 13, 2016. She was born on March 18, 1929 in Carlisle, a daughter
of the late Raymond C. and Florence (Wardecker) Bobb, and was married to the late William Treadway “Bill” Snyder,
who died on Nov. 15, 2000. She loved life, family, friends and “recreational” shopping.
from Carlisle High School with the Class of 1946 and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from the Shippensburg
State Teachers College. She taught first grade in the Carlisle Area School District. Dede
was a member of the Second Presbyterian Church, Carlisle.
She is survived by two sons;
W. Kirk (and his wife, Marie) Snyder of Kailu Kona, HI and Frederick A. “Rick” (and his wife, Ruth-Ann) Snyder
of Boiling Springs, one daughter, Barbara S. Herman of Gastonia, NC, one brother, Raymond C. Bobb II of Carlisle, one sister,
Florence Bobb Hamlin of Mechanicsburg, six grandchildren; Gregory and Jonathan Snyder, Joseph and Molly Herman and Emily and
Rebecca Snyder and many nieces and nephews.
A viewing will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday,
February 20, 2016 followed by the funeral service at 11:00 a.m. in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St, Carlisle,
with Rev. Dr. Jeffrey L. Gibelius and Rev. Jennifer L. McKenna officiating. Burial will be in Westminster
Memorial Gardens, Carlisle.
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join with Dede's many friends in keeping the Bobb and Snyder families in our thoughts and prayers. Growing up in the
East Ridge Street neighborhood of Carlisle was a special pleasure and Dede was a key person in adding joy and sharing many
blessings there and everywhere. With you, we celebrate Dede's life which has been so well lived.
and Peggy (Frey) Ferrell
Dear Barb, Joe, Molly and Family, I am so very Sorry for Your Loss Prayers
and prayers are with you.
I want to express my
sympathy for your loss. You'll hear her words and feel her presence forever. It's hard to say good-bye. God bless
you and your family.
My condolences to Dede's family. She
was my first grade teacher in her first year of teaching and I loved her! Our paths have crossed a few times over the years
and it was always good to see her! So very sorry for your loss!
Corliss Kitner Cromer
May God give you comfort in the
loss of your sister.
Neil & June Sanders
Sister Mae, Brother Ray, Kirk, Barb and Rick. My best friend, your sister and mother shared
many shopping trips, lunches and secrets with me. I'll miss her the rest of my days. Let your memories be a comfort at
this sad time.
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