George W. Snyder

August 14th, 2021

George W. Snyder, age 64, of Tewksbury, formerly of Everett, passed away surrounded by his loving family on August 12, 2021.

George was born on August 12, 1957, in Everett; he was the son of the late Morris and Catherine (Kelly) Snyder. George was raised in Everett and graduated from Everett Vocational High School.

Following graduation, George enlisted in the U.S. Marines on June 10, 1977. He served for more than three years before being honorably discharged as a Corporal on September 9, 1980.

George went to work in the mail room at the Boston Globe. He loved his job and made many friends while working there. After thirty-five years, George retired.

George married Toni Giordano in 1990; they lived in Everett where they welcomed their son, Joshua in 1999. In 2004, the family moved to Tewksbury.

George was an avid camper; he loved to camp anywhere, especially Camp Wahtutcah in Northwood, NH. George was a Boy Scout leader; a position he thoroughly enjoyed. As an Eagle Scout himself, George sat on the Board of Directors for the Boy Scouts. He planned many trips and activities for the organization. He also was part of the Order of the Arrow, an honor society for the Boy Scouts of America.

George will be remembered as “the life of the party.” He loved to make people laugh by playing jokes and “clowning around.” He loved to live his life to the fullest. He had friends all over because of his magnetic personality. George will also be remembered for being a perfectionist. Once he put his mind to something, it was done meticulously; George went “all out” for any project he started.

George was a loving husband, father, brother, and friend to many. He will be missed by those who knew and loved him.

George was the beloved husband of Toni Giordano-Snyder, loving father of Joshua Snyder of Tewksbury, dear brother of John “Jack” Snyder, Mary Costantino & her husband Steven, and Richard Snyder, brother -in-law of Gary Giordano, Ronald Giordano, Ricky Giordano, Robert Giordano, Anthony Giordano, Carolyn Cassidy, Gail Mingolelli and the late Greg Giordano. George is also survived by many brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, friends and his beloved dog, Grady.

Family and friends will gather for a Mass of Christian Burial in St, Thomas of Villanova Church, 126 Middlesex Ave., Wilmington on Wednesday, August 18th at 10:00 a.m. Please go directly to church.

Memorial donations in George’s name may be made to the ALS Foundation for Life, P.O. Box 96,
Natick, MA 01760 or to the Paralyzed Veterans of America, National Headquarters, 801 18th Street NW, Washington, DC 20006-3517.

Arrangements under the direction of Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., Wilmington, MA.


21 Entries in Guest Book for “George W. Snyder”

  1. Pazyra Family says:

    Sending our sincere condolences to the Snyder Family. George will be greatly missed. We will always remember his sense of humor and kindness. He made scouts fun for all the boys.

  2. Ralph hammett says:

    Good by buddy love and miss you see you on the other side

  3. Anthony Giordano says:

    Rest In Peace Uncle George we love you…
    Anthony Giordano
    Maureen Giordano
    Madilyn Giordano
    Dominic Giordano

  4. Rich & Marian Gilbert says:

    Our deepest condolences to the Snyder family. Many great memories growing up together on Liberty Street! RIP George

  5. Steve Assad says:

    George was a wonderful man and I was privileged to call him my friend for many years. He always had a ready smile and made everyone around him feel good. A great husband and Father to his family who meant so much to him.
    You will be sorely missed my friend! RIP and I’ll look forward to seeing you in Heaven!

  6. Aronson Family says:

    Our deepest condolences to the Snyder family. George was such a good and kind person. A great scouting mentor. Your influence and light you shined will carry on in all the lives you touched. Rest in peace dear George

  7. James Kuehn says:

    George was a great man and friend. His generosity was unmatched and there was nothing he wouldn’t do for you. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. He will be greatly missed.

  8. Scott Giordano says:

    Love you uncle. Rest is Peace. We had a lot of amazing times together and I will never forget those times we had. Love you always

  9. Chuck Zellen says:

    My condolences to the Snyder family.
    I will miss George. He has always been in my thoughts since I met him in 1967.
    I wouldn’t miss the celebration of life for my old buddy.

  10. Richard Rooney says:

    George was a member of the Tewksbury KofC and was a prominent member, before he was sick he was an avid member at the KofC Social Meetings. I was in contact with him through most of his illness, we corresponded by email. I am sorry for his loss and he will be greatly missed, especially his laugh and great sense of humor. George your in my thoughts and prayers. Thanks for all you did for your community.

  11. Deborah Catanzaro says:

    To a man I ?ruly loved with all my heart. I will miss you every day. I’m hoping I gave u comfort when we texteds every day n night. You hold my heart n always will. Much love…. Debby

  12. Jackie Finnegan says:

    Toni, my sincere condolences on the loss of your husband, George. I know your love will always continue, even though you are parted. May he Rest In Peace.

  13. Keith McCollin says:

    Love and miss you Uncle. Rest in peace

  14. Richard Sarno says:

    George was an original, a guy who walked to his own beat in his own time. He was so much fun to be around in high school and he carried thru his entire life. It was easy to be in George’s company, he was easy going and you always felt comfortable with Georgie, he was authentic and down to earth. He was one of the good guys. My heart goes out to Toni, Josh and the whole family. He will be missed. God speed

  15. Michelle Giordano Ross says:

    Uncle!!!! You left us too soon Buddy and we miss you already. I will think of you daily when I’m having my first coffee of the day. Our love to Toni & Josh and all your family & friends on whom you’ve left your legacy of being a great guy, an awesome friend and an easy person to be around always.
    Love from the Aussies
    Missy, Phil, Caitie, JR & Fonzie

  16. Linda DeAngelis Dobbins says:

    I have great memories growing up as a kid with George and his family in Everett. My condolences goes out to the Snyder family. RIP George ????????????

  17. Debbie (Luongo) Gargano says:

    Snyder Family … so sorry to hear about George
    Remembering fun times as kids on Liberty St
    May he Rest In Peace ????
    Debbie (Luongo)Gargano

  18. Janelle Carmichael says:

    George was an amazing person, funny, thoughtful and he exemplified what scouting should be about.
    Bug Big hugs to Toni and Josh along with other family members who loved George as well. There’ll never be anyone else like him and I’m honored to have known him.

  19. Brent Sahl says:

    You and your family gave me so many wonderful memories that will last a lifetime. You will be missed and loved by many. Rest in peace Uncle George.

  20. Kristina Giordano & Family says:

    MY GOD FATHER!!!! I love you and already miss you so much. We will keep your memory alive forever.

  21. Paul Kelly says:

    I’m better known as George’s cousin from the Boston Globe I’m thinking of George with a heavy heart he was a good dude my condolences to his family Paul Kelly

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