Donald Elvin

Donald Elvin Snodderly 1931 2019

1931 2019
Life Story for Donald Elvin Snodderly Donald Elvin Snodderly, 87, of Catonsville, passed away on June 14, 2019. He was born on September 10, 1931 in Hagerstown, MD to the late Sherman and Evelyn (nee Baechtel) Snodderly. He was married to Paula J. Snodderly. Mr. Snodderly was a veteran of the US Army serving from 1952-1954 in Counter-intelligence at Fort Hollibird. He was an educator and principal, and retired after 37 years with Baltimore County Public Schools, followed by 10 years in the Baltimore City School System mentoring new teachers. He was an adjunct Professor at Johns Hopkins and Loyola. Past President of the Lochern Community Club and served on the H.O.A. board of the Fountain Head Towers in Ocean City, MD. He spent many summers at Pioneer camp in Canada. He loved the outdoors, gardening and his hometown, Hagerstown, MD. He is survived by his wife Paula J. Snodderly; son Michael R. Snodderly; son Max R. Snodderly; sister Deborah Hoffman; grandchildren Kyle, Michael, Jr., Morgan, Joseph, Max and Ross. Predeceased by brothers Phillip and Robert Snodderly. Service arrangements are pending. If desired, contributions may be made to First and Franklin Presbyterian Church, 210 W. Madison Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. Order Flowers Affiliations US Army The insignias listed here may be subject to copyright and / or trademarked. Those copyrights and trademarks are owned by the respective organizations. Immediate Need Select Language ▼ Contact Us / Location Donald Elvin Snodderly 1931 – 2019 Send Flowers Plant a Tree In Memory of Your Loved One Click Here Menu Family Log-In Click Here Subscribe to Updates Click Here Life Story for Donald Elvin Snodderly Donald Elvin Snodderly, 87, of Catonsville, passed away on June 14, 2019. He was born on September 10, 1931 in Hagerstown, MD to the late Sherman and Evelyn (nee Baechtel) Snodderly. He was married to Paula J. Snodderly. Mr. Snodderly was a veteran of the US Army serving from 1952-1954 in Counter-intelligence at Fort Hollibird. He was an educator and principal, and retired after 37 years with Baltimore County Public Schools, followed by 10 years in the Baltimore City School System mentoring new teachers. He was an adjunct Professor at Johns Hopkins and Loyola. Past President of the Lochern Community Club and served on the H.O.A. board of the Fountain Head Towers in Ocean City, MD. He spent many summers at Pioneer camp in Canada. He loved the outdoors, gardening and his hometown, Hagerstown, MD. He is survived by his wife Paula J. Snodderly; son Michael R. Snodderly; son Max R. Snodderly; sister Deborah Hoffman; grandchildren Kyle, Michael, Jr., Morgan, Joseph, Max and Ross. Predeceased by brothers Phillip and Robert Snodderly. Service arrangements are pending. If desired, contributions may be made to First and Franklin Presbyterian Church, 210 W. Madison Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. Order Flowers Affiliations US Army The insignias listed here may be subject to copyright and / or trademarked. Those copyrights and trademarks are owned by the respective organizations. Printable Share on Facebook

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