Celebrating the life of

David Mark Snyderburn, Sr.

December 18, 1954 - March 16, 2020

David Mark Snyderburn, Sr.

David Snyderburn of Wilmington Island, Georgia died unexpectedly on March 16, 2020. David is survived by his son, David; his step daughter, Miranda Nicole Brown; step son, Derrick Joiner; his brothers, Phil and Ralph Snyderburn, and five grandchildren.  He is preceded in death by his wife Debbie Snyderburn.

David was born December 18, 1954 outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Don and Helen Snyderburn. He was retired from International Paper.  David’s hobbies were surfing, music, golf, and fishing. He will be missed by his family, friends, his dog Andy, and all who knew him.

His memorial service will be held at at a later date facilitated by Fox and weeks Funeral Directors.



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My heart is extremely heavy as I learn of David's passing. He was a fun uncle to my children and we all have very fond memories of David. He was loved by us and many others and he will be missed by all. May he rest in peace. God bless.

- Nancy J Register, Charlotte, North Carolina

Jabba i wish i could hold you and jess and layla and give you a big hug. My heart is broken. I was going to see dad friday but now i guess it will have to wait. I will miss you so much david. Im at a loss for words

- susan krichel, hernando, florida

Jan and I are saddened by the new of Daves passing. He was a true friend and will be missed.

- Patrick Heath, US, TN

Dear David, Jessica and Laila, and David's extended family, Our thoughts are with you. Though separated by physical distance, we are with you in spirit, and holding you tight in our arms. We are so sorry for the loss of Big Dave. May you find comfort in the good memories you share. We love you. xxxxoooo Mom & Dad Aka, Lorna & Bob Lyons

- lorna Lyons, Harmony, Rhode Island

David, no words can explain how saddened I am by this news. You have been a one of a kind friend. The friend you can laugh with, cry with, and even have a good disagreement with. I will miss our daily talks. Jabba, Jessica, Layla and Andy please know you and the rest of your family are in my heart. David, I guess this will be the last time I say this to you. Peace!

- Elizabeth Corbin, HERNANDO, FL

David and I went to Junior High School and senior high school together. We had many of the same close friends for quite a few years. I recently found him again (a couple years ago on Facebook) and was so happy to hear from him. We spoke as recently as this past February and had a couple laughs together again. David will be greatly missed by myself and all that had the pleasure of knowing him.

- Gail DUTHIE Miranda, No fond Du lac, WI

It was an unpleasant surprise to learn about David's passing in a Facebook post. I knew him almost 40 years and although we had our occasional disagreements on some subjects, we could always agree to disagree and move on. It's easy to take a friend for granted until they are gone. I have found myself missing our frequent conversations. Sorry our dinner plans didn't work out. Peace to you "Big Wave Dave". Hoping Debbie and you are enjoying that next life.

- Kirk Stanford , Savannah , GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel

  • Services Are Pending