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Specialist Joshua Avery Snapp, U. S. Army

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P.s tony and Kim snapp done a great job such wonderful children josh you are a true american love always see you in heaven one day


Posted by: David johnson jr - my father was his preacher   Feb 08, 2015

I really thought the world of josh he was a great young man with such respect for god his country and people around him I played lead guitar with his mom on Sunday we lost her to now they are in gods hands I'll pray for you tony Jessica and Jacob and all the family I know y'all had to be proud of him cause I was to thank god I met him cause he was truly a blessing


Posted by: David johnson jr - boiling springs, SC - my father was his preacher   Feb 08, 2015

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Posted by: David johnson jr - boiling springs, SC - my father was his preacher   Feb 07, 2015

Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family.
He truly was a HERO and we THANK him and his family for his service.
GOD BLESS !!!
The family of Ronald & Cleo England
Judy Rhodes, Rhonda/ Russ Cantrell, Charles/Jennifer Rhodes, Richard/Melissa Rhodes, Rick/Joyce England


Posted by: Judy England Rhodes - Pelzer, SC - Cousin   Feb 03, 2015

You are in our thoughts and prayers. I taught both Josh and his sister at CMS ,I was Mrs. Kroencke then.Josh is the biggest hero of all! Protecting our country, my Dad did the same thing. Bless you all!3N2h


Posted by: Julian and Beverly Reed - Moore, SC - former middle school teachet   Feb 03, 2015

I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with his Mother at Edwards Ballard Law Firm in Spartanburg and Tony did some work for me when I lived in Campobello. They were so proud of their children. I know if Kim were here today she would be so proud that he served his country with dignity and pride. May God be with all the family and give you grace to get through this terrible loss.


Posted by: Joyce Alexander - Sylva, NC - Friend of Mother   Feb 02, 2015

I didn't know him but I'm proud of him. May his family find peace. My family was born in cowpens...


Posted by: John Shultz - San Francisco, CA   Feb 02, 2015

May God bless each & every one of his family. He was a great man to serve our country as he did. Tears of sadness will become tears of joy for you all know that Joshua is walking with the LORD. When you see a red bird know that Joshua is letting you know he is ok . THANK YOU JOSHUA SNAPP FOR LOVING OUR COUNTRY TO KEEP US FREE.


Posted by: Rebecca - Spartanburg, SC - United States Citizen   Feb 02, 2015

We remember Joshua from little league . My Dad really love all three of these Snapp Kids . We love His grandparents the Coyles a lot yall are two of the sweetest people We know. So sorry for your loss. We are so thankful for the time he spent serving our country .God Bless you all. To His wife ,Beautiful Children ,Jessica and Jacob and families . And to his precious Grandparents and the rest of the family you all are in our prayers .
Love
Ann Ellis, Travis Ellis and The Morgan Family


Posted by: Ann Ellis - Gaffney, SC - frienc   Feb 01, 2015

I am so sorry for your loss. Joshua was a hometown hero to us all. May God hold you close during this time of sorrow, and light the path of all your tomorrows with wonderful memories of Joshua. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.


Posted by: Tina Gilbert - San Francisco, CA   Feb 01, 2015