Tony Snaith

Tony Snaith

On 15th November 2013, peacefully at Bradford Royal Infirmary Tony aged 69 years of Bierley. Dearly loved husband of Mary, much loved dad of Mark, Tony, and Barry and a dear father-in-law, grandad and uncle.

7 memories for Tony Snaith


Uncle Tony, I will never forget you, reunited with my dad, nanna and grandad, sleep tight xxx

jessie, lorraine and family

so sad that we have lost such an awe inspiring lovable man, i will miss all the posts from tony about music something which he loved.wish we could have spent more time getting to know each other better , a gentle man gone too soon you are jamming with the angels now love xx

barbara Law

Dear, dear cousin Tony...I remember you as a little tot,always so full of life and so precocious! You didn't change much as you got older...still full of fun and so lovable! I will miss you so much, and my condolences go out to Mary, Mark, Tony, and Barry and families. Rest in peace....

Carole Jean

I will always hold a special space in my heart for this wonderful, genteel prankster! I met him at the young age of six and after many years got to see him twice more. We had a joke between us where he would get me in trouble with his mam he would say "mam she's saying that word again" I guess Holy Cow wasn't appropriate in England. How was I to know I was only six at the time. He would laugh and tease me to no end. I am so glad I got to introduce him to Bruce 3 years ago. We had a wonderful visit with Mary, Tony and all the family. Please accept my sympathy and know he will be up in heaven with my Mom, his brother and all the other family that have gone before us. Tony give my mum a big kiss for me and take care of each other until we all meet again. Mary please take care of yourself my love.

ann and joe keenan

Rest in peace tony you will be

Trevor Hoyle

Tony was the man once you had met him you would not forget his infectious humour and stories on REAL life!! I fist met him when my mate from college (Tony junior) took me to his house. Oh we laughed and could relate to him as he was into the same music as us all!! His love of all things vehicular shared a common interest with me. He just seemed like one of the lads to us all. My own dad was quiet a bit older and I did not quiet have that connection regarding music he would only tolerate Motorhead from a distance and not for long. Mary, Mark, Tony and Barry take heart and comfort in those dark moments from the many peoples' lives that Tony touched. See you all Tuesday for a celebration of his life. Love to you all Trevor, Barbara and Josh X

Tony Snaith

Dear Dad I just wanted to tell you how proud I was of you. You loved us all so much. You would always put me and my two brothers first and you always loved our Mum. I'll never forget how you used to ask us when we were kids if you were the best Dad in the world. Well it was true. You were. You were our hero Dad. We had some great times with you and I'll never forget you. It was rarely a dull moment with you around. I'm going to miss you. Really sorry you had to leave us so soon. I loved you Dad and I always will. Tony xxx

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