Randall Allen Snyder, Elkhorn, WI/Lake Geneva, WI (1948-2015)

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October 6, 2015

November 30, 1948 - September 30, 2015

Randy passed away after suffering a massive stroke at St. Luke's Aurora Hospital in Milwaukee, with two of his four children by side. Randy was the third of four children born to Gordon and Marjorie Snyder of Whitewater, WI. Growing up he loved baseball (and was very good at it), his teen years were spent shooting pool at "The Spot" and playing cards with friends. He owned some nice cars and loved driving his big rig. He worked at GM in Janesville, for a short period of time. He was a crazy fun loving guy with a great laugh, you couldn't help but to laugh along with him! He loved music his entire life. Bob Seger's "Turn the Page" and Kid Rock being two of his favorites. He was an excellent dancer like his parents were. He loved Aaron Rodgers and our Packers. He married Robbin Roehl of Lake Mills and together they had his first daughter, Kari (St. Peters, MO). Later he married Vicki Schwiesow while living in Lake Havasu City, AZ. They had two children, Candice and Justin. They live in South Dakota. Randy was also the proud father of his youngest son, Brandon Dent(Milwaukee).

Randy is survived by all of his children: Kari Martin (grandchildren, Aaron and Paige) of St. Peter's MO; Candice (Janice) Doyle of South Dakota; Justin (grandson, Brody) of South Dakota; and Brandon Dent (Becca Carpenter) of Milwaukee; two sisters, Judy Klitzke of Whitewater, and Vicki (Terry) Vohs of Janesville; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his parents and his brother, Larry.

Randy is being cremated and there will be no services. His family held a celebration of Randy's Life at his sister's home in Janesville.

Randy's family would like to thank our cousin, Lee Sherman, for all his help, love and support. You have been our Angel. Special thanks also to Janice Doyle for keeping everything together for Vicki and Candice back home.

Randy had a restless troubled soul and lived a crazy hard life.

He slid into home base all used up, but he sure had one h*** of a run! he will be missed by many more people than he ever realized. May he finally rest in peace.

The family would like any contributions in memory of Randy to be sent to: New Life Lodge, N3155 County Rd, Lake Geneva, WI 53147.


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