Fred Madison Snapp

Fred Madison Snapp, 84, of Brunswick, Ohio passed away October 14, 2020 at his residence. A private graveside service will be held 11:00am Thursday October 22, 2020 at Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Dandridge, TN. Fred was born September 19, 1936 in Gaston County, North Carolina the son of James Madison Snapp and Mintie Bell Hall Snapp. Fred was preceded in death by his parents and an infant brother, Jimmy Trent Snapp. His career was in Sales and Marketing in the hard goods industry mostly for Bingham Company and later Union Twist Drill Company.  Fred was a real pro and recognized as such by associates, clients, and competitors.  He loved the challenges of  presenting and negotiating to land “the sale”. Fred had many interests –He was an avid sports fan – – – especially the Cleveland Indians and the Browns. Olympic Pin trading was a love and part time business.

He was very fond of music – – – all genres from Big Band, Rock & Roll, and some Country (especially Willie Nelson). He loved big fast cars for the Big Guy.  Chevy Convertibles and Mercury Marquis found homes in his garage. He often visited beautiful East Tennessee to see relatives and enjoy the Fall colors. His memory was phenomenal and he seemed to enjoy testing others memory on a few subjects. Fred’s greatest love was for his family.  He spent much of his adult life as caretaker for his father and mother until their passing.

Fred is survived by many cousins – Treva Hall Pemberton Midge Hall Shults, Sharon Hall Stansberry (Dan), Beth Hall Moore, Janice Hall Seay, George Hall (Sandra), Jane Hall Reece (Luther), Eutha Snapp Welch, Joyce Finchum, Dennis Snapp, Dale Snapp, Debra Snapp, and Rick Snapp

Fred’s family is especially grateful to Charlene Kolita of Cleveland, Ohio for friendship and assistance to Fred.  She is obviously one of God’s angels on earth.

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