James Todd Snyder (born October 22, 1948) is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League who played for the Atlanta Falcons.He played college football for … Wayne Bigham, DuQuoin David Collins, Wood River Eugene Saville, Alton, Donald McVeain, Peoria John G. Ortwerth, Quincy Bob Hardt, Elgin Gary Grohovena, Tinley Park Bill Kopp, Arlington Hts. Edward J. 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Daniel L. Holly, Sullivan Kraig Kniss, Lanark (Umpire) Paul M. Tomazzoli, Hillsboro (Referee), John Kiefer, Naperville (Line Judge) Robert J. Conte, DuQuoin Kenneth Trainor, Oak Park, Preston E. Brewer, Metropolis William Matheson, Chicago Richard Carter, Rantoul Christopher Hartbank, Mattoon Wayne Conroy, Freeport Jay Smith, Vandalia John R. Anderson, Brookfield Vernon William F. Laude, Frankfort Robert W. Blondi, Jr., Benton, George M. Lewerenz, Lake in the Hills Phil Coady, Glen Carbon Gregory Buchner, Aurora Thomas Buchner, Glen Ellyn Bill Burns, Crest Hill Stephen Fako, Naperville Calvin Tyson, Aurora. Robert Ybarra, Montgomery Prospect … I keep thinking about how lucky I’m still sitting here. Calvin White, Chicago James Patterson, Kewanee Roy Snyder, Rochelle Bonner, Chicago Carmel, Gregory Buchner, Aurora Ted Knapp, Mt. “He took my wristwatch off my arm and took all my money that I had on me, and that was the start of my captivity,” Snyder said. Howard Harris, North Chicago While coming down, Germans on the ground were firing at Snyder and his crew. Ralph Stevens, Palatine Eugene Sawalich, Belleville A novel way of beginning the football game was tried in 1936 when a local aviator, Roy Snyder, dropped the game ball from an airplane passing over the stadium. A novel way of beginning the football game was tried in 1936 when a local aviator, Roy Snyder, dropped the game ball from an airplane passing over the stadium. John Pieroth, Chicago Ridge, David Kraft, Lombard Barry Hall, Rockton Donald Schaefer, Charleston Richard C. Hamilton, Elk Grove Village Carmel Jason Foy, Taylor Ridge, Joseph Slayton, Hazel Crest David Butts, Cary Martin Mallen, Chicago Gregory Mullinax, Parkersburg Son of Chuck and Mari … has one brother, C.J., who was an Air Force assistant coach and is now the minor league hitting coordinator for the Cincinnati Reds, and one sister, Kalli … grandfather, Roy Snyder, attended the U.S. James Righeimer, Deerfield Ted Knapp, Mt. Richard Rocco, Orland Park, Mark Cheshareck, Morris Jeff Weatherly, Harrisburg, David Minnick, Stillman Valley Frank J. Enda, Lombard William Fields, Chicago Joe T. Hall, Winfield Michael Reier, Geneva (Umpire), Thomas J. Cappelen, Hoffman Estates (Linesman) Ken Hungate, Benton Edward Stanley, Lisle Robert Foster, Glen Ellyn Donald F. Schultz, Naperville, Gerald Herman, Gillespie Don Withrow, Normal, Michael Holba, Mokena Philip Pogue, Greenville (Umpire) Bill Burns, Crest Hill David McIntyre, Wheaton Lance Reece, Bloomington, Rodney Bachman, Mahomet Gene Fowler, Oak Forest Philip Pogue, Fairbury Chase Young, having fun. Vernon, Richard T. Deitz, McLeansboro Gail Borton, West Frankfort Stan Block, Cary Scott Garrey, Cortland Jim Pownall, Decatur Morris (Line Judge) Gail Borton, West Frankfort James Felton, Country Club Hlils, Thomas Garrey, Batavia Dennis Doyle, Joliet Larry Pettit, Benton, Robert Flores, Manteno John J. Steeves, Clarendon Hills Norm Lienemann, Decatur Carl T. Seaberg, Warrenville Joseph Rix, Jr., Champaign (Line Judge) Fred McGlaughlin, Moline Patrick Schneider, Hawthorn Woods William Laude, Frankfort – COO, Gregory Lindgren, Tinley Park Richard Busscher, Winnetka William Matheson, Chicago Greg Brown, Jerseyville There’s nowhere to go. Mel Klitzing, Champaign He had to jump out with a parachute, unable to use the door, as flames from the engine were blocking it. Jim Kamradt, Hanover Park Thomas Eastman, Oak Lawn Stephen Hayes, Rock Island Thomas Eagle, Coal Valley Richard A. Sauget, Sauget Ron Stern, Granite City (Line Judge), Boyd Goelitz, Esmond (Linesman) Bill Orris, Palatine Len Scaduto, Oak Lawn Jim Harmison, Bradley Peter Schiavone, Fenton, Robert Steeves, Woodridge Stephen Fako, Naperville Robert Hawkins, St. Charles Al Scheel, Chicago Heights, Richard Carlson, Shelbyville Richard Sharp, Hampshire, Wayne Bigham, DuQuoin Charles Dhooge, Moline Richard H. Rokop, Aurora Ronald T. Clark, Eldorado John Swick, Mattoon, George Hidaka, Chicago Morris. Willie J. Jackson, North Chicago Ed Norfleet, Monticello Mark L. Trella, Joliet, Bill E. Book, Barnhill Edward Johnston, Crete William Evans, Maryville Rex Roberts, Mattoon Theodore Ross, Chicago Patrick Larkin, Carlock William K. Kopp, Arlington Hts. Larry Harre, Nashville Bob Grimes, Bloomington Stephan Larkin, Bloomington Guy Holtkamp, Centralia Wayne V. Kroeger, Nokomis (Linesman) Thomas Fay, Alton Tim Feigh, Elmhurst On December 19th, 1943, as he was bombing targets in Austria, his B-17 was hit by anti-aircraft fire over Innsbruck. Dave Purvis, Mattoon, Thomas Longtin, Bradley Carmel James Knauf, Ottawa Ken Hungate, Benton (Umpire) Ronald E. Rush, Quincy Brian Stady, Vernon Hills, William Laude, Frankfort Michael Cross, Lena Douglas Jack, Carlyle, Joe Slayton, Hazel Crest Jay Lyons, Wheaton All Professional Baseball Statistics for Roy Snyder. Larry Leitner, Pekin Robert Wright, Villa Grove, Wayne Crum, Rushville Barry C. Somerville, St. Charles, Stephen DeClerck, Vandalia Kenneth Trainor, Oak Park, Gene Fowler, Oak Forest Darrell Stremming, Pana, Jim Jones, Tinley Park “Two months before Pearl Harbor, I was discharged,” Snyder told FOX40. Edward Moricoli, Woodstock Douglas Strohm, Springfield Roy Halladay ready to return to baseball, and he could be back with the Blue Jays It sounds like an advisory role at first, but maybe he'll eventually be a pitching coach By Matt Snyder James Felton, Country Club Hills, Chuck Feeney, El Paso John Anderson, Brookfield, Peter King, Palatine Robert W. Foster, Glen Ellyn Jack Whittenburg, Centralia, Kelly Douglas, Rockford Morris Brian Hebert, Bradley Terry Teegarden, East Peoria James Corte, Homer Glen, Robert Scott, Lemont Larry Pettit, Benton Carl M. Klindworth, Plainfield Barry C. Somerville, St. Charles, John L. Bell, Dundee Michael  Cappetto, Peru Gene Fowler, Oak Forest Jim Harmison, Bradley Richard H. Rokop, Aurora Jerome Watkins, Woodridge, Tom Whitney, Bloomington Terry A. Piper, Aurora John R. Anderson, Brookfield, David McIntyre, Wheaton Jason Unverzagt, Belleville, Carlo Ferreri, East Moline Jeanne W. Snyder of Ottsville passed away Friday, Jan. 6, 2017, in Pine Run Health Center, Doylestown. Vernon (Line Judge), John L. Bell, Dundee (Umpire) Robert Jozwiak, Darien Brian Mason, Manito, Brian Hebert, Bradley Roscoe Brashears, Mt. Soon after the flag football league's success, the Reisterstown Area Tackle Football Program came about. John A. Pieroth, Chicago Ridge Jeffrey Rutledge, Wheaton, Edward Reier, Elburn Craig Summerkamp, Crystal Lake (Back Judge), Mike Bromley, Peoria (Back Judge) Robert Steeves, Woodridge Dick Carter, Farmer City Ron Leitner, Pekin, Garry Henson, Granite City Timothy Spangenberg, Glen Carbon, Marc Smith, Carlyle Mark Thompson, Lake Villa, Paul Tomazzoli, Hillsboro Dave Figueira, Springfield Mike Stivers, Staunton “It rained and it snowed; it was miserable until we got liberated,” Snyder said. Al Corwin, Sheffield John G. Ortwerth, Quincy John E. Kiefer, Naperville Ray Demaret, Fairfield Brian Simpsen, Bloomington He landed in a field on the ground, but it didn’t take long for a German soldier to find him. Howard Burns, Aurora Calvin Tyson, Aurora, Lynn Jefson, Decatur Edward Patock, Chicago What's the best way to break in a Wilson leather football? Roy Snyder, Mt. Stan Serwatka, East St. Louis, Stan Decker, Normal Jerry Grunska, Deerfield Paul Kindle, Roxana Thomas J. McCabe, Algonquin Jon Pickering, Neponset Frank A. Moscardini, Sr., Chicago William Jones, Oak Park Robert Redman, Watseka, Richard R. Bartlett, Quincy Richard Leiber, LaGrange, Wilton Crotz, West Peoria The title means Roy contributed at least $1 million to the project, which opened in March 2012. Norman Erickson, Libertyville, Mickey Boudreau, Bradley Gerald L. Herman, Gillespie Darrell Stremming, Pana, Garry Henson, Granite City Joseph Stieglitz, East Peoria Thomas Eagle, Moline Mike Thornton, Neoga, Howard Owens, Sullivan James Ryan, Darien 2001 Class 1A. Mike Harrison, Belleville William Evans, Granite City George Kasper, Bolingbrook M. Calvin Hollon, Warrensburg John T. Hartery, Crystal Lake Richard Klein, Chicago Richard Leiber, LaGrange Jim Davis, Granite City, Mickey Boudreau, Bradley Larry Sholl, Galesburg, John Coady, Taylorville Timothy Kiefer, West Chicago, Kent Hammond, Springfield Gary Hahn, Kewanee 19 Louisiana past Georgia Southern, 20-18, on Saturday afternoon at Cajun Field. Richard Busscher, Winnetka Bert Gerger, Springfield, William Laude, Frankfort Richard Deitz, McLeansboro Richard Rocco, Oak Forest, John J. Coady, Taylorville Victor Buehler, Granite City Fred Swanson, Libertyville, James Ahern, Chicago Calvin Tyson, Aurora, Kent Hammond, Springfield Bryan Kimbro,Fillmore Robert McDowell, Mattoon Warren C. Cooley, Chicago Fred Dasso, Rock Island Mark L. Trella, Bolingbrook, Thomas J. Cappelen, Hoffman Estates Roderick Kline, LeRoy Alonzo Smiley John Hilgenberg, Glendale Heights Donald McVeain, Peoria Gene Krupa, Homewood Paul Cloutier, Chicago Sam Good, Oak Park, Harry Briggs, Granite City The average Roy Snyder is around 75 years of age with around 37% falling in to the age group of 81+. Mel Klitzing, Champaign William Schmitt, Godfrey Afterwards, Cain takes off the costume, as he was actually in it. Tom Whitney, Bloomington, Donald E. Cook, Forreston (Referee) Stephen DeClerck, Vandalia Robert Schultz, Springfield Dan Miller, Tinley Park, Loyd Grafford, Wood River David M. Davis, Mt. James Collins, Harrisburg Mike Swick, Newton David McIntyre, Wheaton Robert L. Wright, Champaign, Gene Fowler, Oak Forest Paul Kindle, Roxana Charles West, Downs Patrick Schneider, Hawthorn Chris Long, Sigel William Sherlock, Chicago Chris Bergschneider, New Berlin Chuck Esposito, Elk Grove Village Frederick J. Kusch, Elk Grove Village Edward E. Johnston, South Holland Jim Lapetina, Addison, Richard Bartlett, Quincy Kirby D. Hamm, West Peoria (Linesman) Harland Scheibal, Collinsville, James Glueckert, Arlington Hts. Granted, the competition isn’t exactly stiff. Kenneth Wilcoxen, Walnut (Back Judge) John Widmayer, Woodstock, James D. Evans, Alton However while stationed in Italy, Snyder’s luck ran out. Bob Edwards, Fairfield Kenneth Kollath, Thornton Dean Schulmeister, Sr., Staunton William R. Penticoff, Freeport Trent Purcell, Carlyle Larry Leitner, Pekin Kelly Douglas, Rockford Fred McLaughlin, Moline, James Ahern, Chicago Frank J. Enda, Lombard (Line Judge) Roger Quinlan, Rantoul Gerald Feeney, Elmhurst Roger M. Quinlan, Thomasboro Michael J. Reier, Geneva, Wayne V. Kroeger, Nokomis John Ortwerth, Quincy Richard D. Carlson, Sr., Shelbyville Frank Sumner, Beardstown. John Kiefer, Naperville Phillip Mann, Jerseyville Timothy Kinney, Naperville Roscoe Brashears, Mt. Michael Reier, Geneva, Bill Book, Barnhill Compared to winter in 2019, when rainstorms washed away drought and fire dangers, winter in 2021 is making fire season a year-round event. George M. Lewerenz, Lake in the Hills (Referee) Jeff Curran, Hinsdale George M. Lewerenz, Lake In The Hills (Line Judge) Greg Gherardini, O’Fallon Tuesday must have been an extremely tough day for Washington team owner Daniel Snyder. Frank L. Rutter, Jr., Freeport Terry A. Piper, Aurora Gail Borton, West Frankfort Parsons is the only non-letterman on the White forward wall. Daniel Kampwerth, Breese Willie Jackson, North Chicago Rodney Simms, Decatur Jim Payne, O'Fallon Michael McClintock, Wood River (Umpire) William Fields, Chicago Jeffery Souligne, Kankakee, Joshua Reese, St. Joseph D. Douglas Jack, Carlyle, Octavio Herrera, Jr., Naperville Charles West, Bloomington, Stan Block, Cary Kevin McMurray, Willow Springs, Donald Cook, Forreston David Kraft, Darien Ken A. Otey, Fairfield Neal Yates, Philo Paul Black, Schaumburg Richard Lippert, Rockford, Norman Geske, Wheeling ... Berks Catholic's Christian Cacchione a 1st-team selection to coaches' All-State football team in Class 4A. Eugene Lash, Danville Richard S. Underwood, Somonauk, James D. Evans, Alton James Utterback, Homewood Cleatus is later seen in the Season 27 episode "How Lisa Got Her Marge Back". Art Adams, Wrestling — Normal Sid Drain, Boys Gymnastics — Rolling Meadows Don Drumm, Swimming & Diving — Wheaton Ron Fahnestock, Basketball — Canton Gene Fowler, Baseball — Oak Forest Jerry Grunska, Football — Deerfield Roy Gummerson, Track and Field — Oak Park Willie Jones, Soccer — Evan… Jean Des Marteau, Kankakee Stan Serwatka, East St. Louis Richard J. Grube, Buffalo Grove Michael Cross, Lena Stephen E. Ruggiero, Long Grove, Jerry Frump, Naperville Ron Stern, Granite City Richard Thomas, Chicago She was the wife of Roy D. Snyder… 2001 Class 2A. Bruce Patkunas, Normal Fred McGlaughlin, Moline, Mickey Boudreau, Bradley LAFAYETTE – With two seconds remaining on the clock, redshirt junior placekicker Nate Snyder sent a 53-yard field goal sailing through the uprights as time expired to send No. Denis Mulhearn, Chicago Hts. Thomas Fay, Alton Frank Moscardini, Sr., Chicago Samuel Daniels, Chicago Richard T. Deitz, McLeansboro (Referee) James L. Glueckert, Arlington Heights (Coordinator of Officials). Richard Thompson, Quincy, Howard L. Burns, Aurora Donald Witherow, Bloomington “I jumped out of the waist window and they said, ‘You might hit the tail’ — the horizontal stabilizer — but for some reason, I must have jumped hard enough because I missed it,” Snyder said. Fred Swanson, Libertyville, Arthur Abegg, Belleville Snyder brought Roy on as one of about 60 founders of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. Scott Garrey, Somonauk, Jason Gray, Swansea Robert W. Redman, Watseka, Richard R. Bartlett, Quincy Every Sports Reference Social Media Account. Kevin McMurray, Willow Springs Gene Krupa, Chicago The football was decorated with thirty foot long streamers of maroon and gold and red and black, for the school colors of Bloomsburg and Mansfield. Donald Frits, Port Byron Randy Cox, Bloomington John R. Anderson, Brookfield, Joseph A. Garrow, Freeport Keith Medema, Sterling (Umpire) I was lucky, but the first guy out, he got shot,” Snyder recalled. Craig Ochoa, Bartlett, William Lang, Mt. Walter Andrews, Bourbonnais Eugene Saville, Alton Mark Jontry, Bloomington, Thomas Hug, Joliet Robert J. Neisius, Naperville (Referee) Albert H. VanHorn, Marion, Jerald D. Eiserman, McHenry Paul Kindle, Roxana (Referee) David Collins, Bethalto Charles Graber, Naperville Doug Strohm, Springfield Wayne Nelson, Aurora James Ask, South Elgin SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — A Sacramento County sheriff's deputy and a K-9 have died after a shootout along the east side of Cal Expo, according to Sheriff Scott Jones. Samuel L. Daniels, Chicago Daniel Miller, Tinley Park, Wilton Crotz, Peoria Larry P. Williams, Bartonville, Wayne Endicott, Palatine Kirby D. Hamm, Peoria Eugene Sawalich, Belleville, Chuck Feeney, El Paso Staff Sgt. Deciding whether one miserable 16-game stretch was better or worse than another is a bit like choosing between a root canal and visiting the Department of Motor Vehicles on […] Ken Trainor, Oak Park, Clayton Anderson, Rockford Bonner, Chicago Stephen Turinsky, Arlington Hts. Donnie was born to Roy and Beulah Mae Woodward on Oct. 4, 1945 in Snyder. Donald Rheinecker, Sparta, Harry Briggs, Jr., Granite City Ken Otey, Fairfield Inter squad Football Benefit Game Tonight. Thomas W. Gattas, Mt. Roy Snyder in Pennsylvania 47 records in 62 cities for Roy Snyder in Pennsylvania. Paul Engstrom, DeKalb Norm Lienemann, Decatur Dean E. Schulmeister, Sr., Staunton Thomas J. Holba, Lansing Ralph Stevens, Bartlett David Mullen, Colona, Grant Nohren, Villa Grove Mrs. Donna L. Snyder Mrs. Donna L. Snyder, 70, of Lehighton, passed away Sunday, July 14, at the Lehigh Valley Hospital Center, Cedar Crest. Timothy Spangenberg, Glen Carbon, Joseph Elder, Cary Jeffrey Conrad, Bartlett Larry Kuba, Staunton Phil Coady, Glen Carbon Mark Cunningham, Yorkville Andrew W. Yowell, Rockford (Linesman), Loyd Grafford, Wood River (Linesman) Ian Macaulay, Lindenhurst (Back Judge), Wayne J. Conroy, Freeport (Line Judge) Larry Wilcoxen, Walnut Randy Cox, Bloomington Craig Page, Bradley Craig P. Summerkamp, Marengo, Phillip D. Beauprez, Kewanee Richard J. Grubbe, Buffalo Grove Kenneth Kesseler, Crystal Lake Stan Jensen, Walnut English (US) Español; Français (France) 中文(简体) Jim Davis, Granite City Rick Karhliker, Sherman Robert D. McDowell, Mattoon Gregory Lindgren, Oak Lawn John Long, Romeoville Rodney Simms, Decatur John Koester, Freeport Prospect (Referee) Edward Johnston, Crete Roy Halladay's family issues statement after fatal plane crash: 'Our family is heartbroken' The two-time Cy Young winner passed away earlier this week By Matt Snyder John Rigg, Springfield Eugene Sawalich, Belleville Stephen Knebel, Vandalia Martin Mallen, Chicago Robert Young, Roscoe, Don DeWees, Astoria Jack L. Lulay, Brimfield The only people that were out there were Germans,” he said. Tony R. Sciutto, Cedarville, Don Anderson, DeKalb Kurt Kuebler, Winfield, Matt Greider, Effingham Chuck Esposito, Des Plaines Richard Wasik, Alsip Kenneth E. Wilcoxen, Walnut (Back Judge), Boyd Goelitz, Esmond (Linesman) "Buck" Knowles, Macomb Richard Rocco, Oak Forest, Charles Dhooge, Moline John Finfrock, II, Mt. Jay Miller, Centralia Bob Hardt, Elgin SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – Dry winds swept through the Sacramento region Monday afternoon fueling a small grass fire near Woodland. Bonner, Chicago Lee Roy F. Grosch, 81, of Clarion, passed away Monday, Jan. 11, 2021, in Clarion Hospital. Theodore Ross, Chicago, Jim Bernardi, Lake Forest Thomas Zelek, Roselle, William Lang, Mt. Kenneth A. Swanson, McHenry Stephen Hayes, Moline You Can’t Unsee It: Washington Football Name and Quiet Acts of Resistance When ESPN reporters and fans aren’t buying a racist name, it might be time for Dan Snyder to … Snyder spoke a little German, but he says despite what’s often depicted in the movies, escape was not easily done. Jeffrey Fuller, Byron, Robert Smith, Centralia Thomas Buchner, Glen Ellyn Richard Lippert, Rockford Stan Serwatka, East St. Louis Larry Nemmers, Elgin Ron Stern, Granite City, Richard R. Bartlett, Quincy William Laude, Frankfort Are you a … Arrangements are under the direction of Becker-Rabon Funeral Home of Snyder. Bert Gerger, Springfield, Doug Hammel, Mt. Bryan Kimbro, Fillmore Mike Botts, Rock Island Richard R. Considine, Mattoon John Widmayer, Woodstock, Mike Bromley, Peoria He often plays with his son-in-law, Fox Sports NFL rule analyst Mike Pereira. Thomas Frangella, Orland Park Chris Hartbank, Mattoon Sylvester Blaylock, Jr., Chicago Snyder and the other prisoners of war were marched west for 18 days through Austria so they could be liberated by American forces. Trent Purcell, Carlyle Bob Hardt, Elgin Thomas J. Frangella, Orland Park (John McDonnell/The Washington Post) ... Shout out to Roy … Kenneth A. Swanson, McHenry Rex Roberts, Mattoon FREMONT, Calif. (KTXL) – Playing dice at his home in Fremont is one of Roy Kermit Snyder’s favorite activities to do these days. Samuel R. Daniels, Chicago Richard Rocco, Oak Forest, Mel Klitzing, Champaign Terry Wolf, Woodstock (Back Judge), Robert W. Blondi, Jr., Benton (Back Judge) Patrick Geary, Mokena David M. Davis, Mt. Richard Sharp, Hampshire, Arthur Abegg, Belleville John D. Foreman, Decatur Jimmy Carter and wife Rosalynn share a sweet New Year's kiss Ted Skoundrianos, Oak Lawn Jeffrey Collings, Mattoon, Joe Stieglitz, Germantown Hills Chris Bergschneider, New Berlin Dean Langenfeld, Centralia, Timothy Kiefer, West Chicago Dennis Doyle, Joliet In April, 1945 after 16 months in captivity, Snyder says the guards told everyone to get ready to move, as the Russian Red Army was invading close to Krems and the Germans running the camp did not want to be captured by them. Martin Mallen, Chicago, Howard Owens, Sullivan Charles West, Bloomington, Terry Anderson, Orion Donald E. Cook, Forreston (Referee) Charles Dhooge, Moline Charles Esposito, Des Plaines, Wayne Bigham, DuQuoin Larry Wilcoxen, Walnut, Robert Hearns, Rockford Michael Thornton, Charleston, Thomas Hilton, Bloomington Is around 75 years of age with around 37 % falling in to age... 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