Let the memory of Raymond be with us forever
  • 75 years old
  • Born on September 22, 1940 .
  • Passed away on June 30, 2016 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Raymond Sneddon 75 years old , born on September 22, 1940 and passed away on June 30, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Brandi Sneddon on 22nd September 2016
Today is your birthday and it is very hard not having you here with us. I hope you are having a beautiful birthday in heaven with all our family members that were also taken to soon from us. Love you Buddy.
Posted by Kirsten Sneddon on 5th July 2016
I love you.
Posted by Brandi Sneddon on 5th July 2016
Buddy, it doesn't seem real. You should be here with us. I miss you so much. RIP. Love your Brandi Jo.
Posted by Trisha Souders on 5th July 2016
Pappy, it doesn't seem real, you should be here with us. I love you so much pappy I'll never forget you and you will be watching down on me. I love you pappy. You always answered your phone calls and answere with, yesss my dear! I'll miss you pappy. I love you Love your baby girl, trisha
Posted by Connie Cooksey on 5th July 2016
Dad u will always be in my heart i will never forget what all u did for me i wish i could of went with u to heaven but i know god as otger plans for me so please as much as i will miss u please continue to guide and look over me til i see u again i love u dadand miss u very much so this isnt a goodbye its just a vye for now see u soon love u
Posted by Kathy West on 5th July 2016
Buddy, it is so hard to believe you are not her with us. Who am I going to make punkin pies for? I'm so happy we got to go on a cruise together. I will miss you so much. But I know your with God and your able to rest. Fly high with the Angels. Rest in peace.
Posted by Barbie Hake on 5th July 2016
My heart is totally fI'll of pa in that i never experience before. I truly don't know what I'm going to do without you dad. It's never going to be the same again NEVER. I want to "Thank You" for all the family timeswe shared together, the fun family trips we had (Are We There Yet) and MOST OF ALL, ALL the GREATEST MEMORY you could of given to all us. Oh daddy, I miss and love you more than you will ever know. I could go on, on, on but I can't. So I'll end with this final words " I'll See You Later" or "Until We Meet Again." Love you daddy, your daughter Always, Barbie (Daddys Little Girl)

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