George M. Snook, 64, "Porky", of Hightstown, NJ passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, October 8, 2015.  
He was a fighter in his battle with heart-related complications.  

Known for his love of fine cuisine, the casino and hanging with friends he was always a jokester.  

He was retired from theEast Windsor Regional School District where he worked as a Bus Driver for 26 years.  

George was born in Pennsylvania.  He was predeceased by his parents, Glenn and Anna Snook and his brother, Glenn Snook, Jr.  He is survived by Gail Snook, his daughter, Amanda Lipick, and her husband Justin Lipick, and grandchildren, Cody and Austin Lipick and one great-grandchild, Mason, brothers Gary and his wife Helen Snook, Carl and his wife Kate Snook, Gene and his wife Joanna Snook, sister Karen and her husband Ray Doolittle, and several nieces and nephews. George is also survived by friends Billy and Karin DeAngelis, Lenny and Marlene Indellicati, Mary Weingart, Bernard Betsy and many others.  

At his request, there will be no services, and the family asks that you remember him in your own way. We will be having a picnic/party, date and time to be announced. 

Posted by Alex Yurdakul on January 29, 2020
George
You used to be my bus driver when I went to Yale school in cherry hill around 1995-1996. Even though I was kinda difficult to deal with at times back then, you still put up with me and treated me like a younger friend. I’m sorry if I was tough to deal with then but you were one of the best bus drivers I ever had. I really liked you and respected you alot, even if my behavior would show otherwise at times. Plus you were really funny with your jokes and your laughter. Plus I remember when we would pass that lake on 295 you would always say “look at the geese”.  George, you were awesome as hell. Rest In Peace George. God bless
Posted by Nancy Lastra on October 8, 2017
Think about you all the time. I'm sure your watching and all is the same.
Posted by Karen Doolittle on October 8, 2017
Miss my brother every day. I'd give anything to have a cup of coffee with him and see that smile again. Put the coffee pot on for me George, for when we are together again. I'll bring the cheese and crackers. Lots of love from your sister.
Posted by Nancy Lastra on September 12, 2016
George was a great friend and had a big shoulder to lean on. I was surprised to find out about this and hope that his memory will live on within all he made laugh and or cry. His heart was bigger than life.
Posted by Patty Cavill on December 11, 2015
Dear Gail so sadden to hear of George I loved him so cousin Patty in indianapols
Posted by Theresa Phillips on November 1, 2015
Sorry to hear about Snookie. My dad Chink and I knew him well. He lived behind Chink. Whenever I seen Snookie he had that awesome smile. He called me Bigtime nickname my Dad gave me. I will miss his kindness and his jolly personality. God bless your family.
Posted by Wayne Snook on October 13, 2015
You will truly be missed Uncle George. Til we meet again.

All our love; the Delaware Snooks.

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Posted by Alex Yurdakul on January 29, 2020
George
You used to be my bus driver when I went to Yale school in cherry hill around 1995-1996. Even though I was kinda difficult to deal with at times back then, you still put up with me and treated me like a younger friend. I’m sorry if I was tough to deal with then but you were one of the best bus drivers I ever had. I really liked you and respected you alot, even if my behavior would show otherwise at times. Plus you were really funny with your jokes and your laughter. Plus I remember when we would pass that lake on 295 you would always say “look at the geese”.  George, you were awesome as hell. Rest In Peace George. God bless
Posted by Nancy Lastra on October 8, 2017
Think about you all the time. I'm sure your watching and all is the same.
Posted by Karen Doolittle on October 8, 2017
Miss my brother every day. I'd give anything to have a cup of coffee with him and see that smile again. Put the coffee pot on for me George, for when we are together again. I'll bring the cheese and crackers. Lots of love from your sister.
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