Carl Snyder Death, Obituary – Carl Snyder has sadly passed away unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to an online publication. On October 12, 2020, at the age of 87 and residing in Lititz, Carl B. Snyder died away in a straightforward manner while residing at Brethren Village.
He was born in Lancaster, and his parents, Warren B. Snyder and Kathryn Brackbill Snyder, who had both already gone away, were both deceased when he was born. If Carl Snyder had not gone away in November of this year, his wife, Sylvia Snyder, and him would have been able to celebrate their 68th wedding anniversary in November of this year. Carl was a loving husband to Sylvia. In Warwick Township, he was the proud owner and operator of Snyder’s Fruit Farm, which had been in his family for three generations at the time of his ownership.
In Lititz, Carl was a member of the Trinity Evangelical Congregational Church, and he went there for his Sunday services. The Eastern Produce Softball League was founded in 1982 by Carl and his son Darrell, who also served as the league’s commissioners until 1999. Two of the playing fields that were located on their property were utilized by the league. Since the beginning of time that anybody can remember, Carl Snyder operated a fruit stand inside of Root’s Market, and many generations of his family worked there alongside him at the family company.
In addition to this, he possessed an intense love for creatures of all types, particularly animals. In addition to his wife, he is survived by four daughters: Judy K. Yunginger, who is married to B. Frank Yunginger Jr. and lives in East Petersburg; Deborah A. Gress, who is the wife of Perry Gress and lives in Ephrata; Sherry C. Jurell, who lives in Mertztown; and Janet C. Allshouse, who lives in Lititz; a son: Darrell E. Snyder, who is the husband of Suzanne Snyder and