Steven C. Snider

Steven Christopher Snider, beloved son, brother and father, passed away on Dec. 30, 2016 in Ogden Utah. He had just celebrated his 37th birthday. Steven was born Dec. 29, 1979, in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Steven grew up in Grantsville, Utah, and attended Grantsville Elementary School, Grantsville Middle School and Grantsville High School. He went on to attend Salt Lake Community College where he studied construction. Steven worked at Freeport Cold Storage in Clearfield, Utah. He was a very mischievous and adventurous boy and loved playing baseball and football in his youth. He collected antique bottles and coins, and was an avid Utah Jazz and Utes fan. But what he loved most was spending time with his five children as well as his many nieces and nephews. His family will forever remember his boisterous and infectious laughter, his joking manner and the way he would tell stories that would have everyone laughing. He had a warm heart and great concern for those he loved. Steven is survived by his five children: Ayven Keeler, Riley and Brecklyn Tully, Anakin Snider and Faye Steed; his grandmother Mariam McInelly; his parents Robert and Audrey Snider, longtime residents of Grantsville. He is also survived by his siblings Michelle (Paul) McCarl, Michael Snider (Kennie Turner), Patricia (Ron) Trujillo, Richard (Getta) Snider, Kevin (Karli) Snider, Curtis (Tanya) Snider, Rob (Ann) Snider, Cathrine (Eric) Tate, Russell (Owen) Cluff, Angela (Ben) Sutton, and Rebecca Oborn. Funeral services will be held Friday, Jan. 6, 2017, at 12:00 pm at the Grantsville West Stake Center at 115 E. Cherry Street in Grantsville. Graveside services and interment will follow immediately after at the Grantsville City Cemetery. Friends are invited to meet with Steven’s family from 10:00-11:45 am at the church prior to the funeral services. Memorial services are provided by Didericksen Memorial.

1 comment:

Delores Hansen said...

My nephew Steven C. Snider was a wonderful man. We had a good relationship together. He had a ready hug for me and I gladly returned it to him so he could always have that special bear hug for me. I loved his smile and warmth. I was not able to get close to his family because of the distance, but I know he loved his children and whenever I saw him he usually had one or more of them with him. I already miss his warm smile for me and the beautiful twinkle in his eyes. I'll miss his hugs for me also. I love you Steven, and I look forward to seeing you again. Just have a hug ready for me. OK? Love Ya, Aunt Delores