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Norman Kyle Snyder
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Birth: Aug. 10, 1983
Death: Mar. 26, 2005

Specialist, Norman Kyle Snyder, 21, of Carlisle died Saturday, March 26, 2005 in Logar Province in southeast Afghanistan. He was in the Indiana National Guards 76th Infantry Brigade at Indianapolis when his unit was called to active duty in July 2004. He was born Aug. 10, 1983 in Vincennes to Jerry E. Snyder and Donna Miller Snyder Shots. He was a former employee at the Movie Gallery in Linton and a member of the First Christian Church in Sullivan. He was a member of the Sullivan American Legion Post 139 and the Sullivan VFW Post 2459 and a 2002 graduate of Sullivan High School. Survivors include his parents of Carlisle, one sister Shelli Snyder of Carlisle, two half brothers Derek Eugene Snyder and Craig Allen Snyder both of Steinhatchee, Fla., grandparents Azalia Barfield of Carlisle, Jane and Ron Moreland of Sullivan, Norman and Susan Snyder of Oaktown and Juanita Walters of Sullivan and other relatives. Funeral arrangements are pending at Holmes Memorial Chapel in Sullivan. 
Indian Prairie Baptist Church Cemetery
Sullivan County
Indiana, USA
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Originally Created by: Susan (Haldeman) Fowler
Record added: Nov 25, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12496016
Norman Kyle Snyder
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Norman Kyle Snyder
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Norman Kyle Snyder
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