If roses could smell like feelings many yellow roses would reveal sweet friendships that strengthen you with prayer, bless you with love and encourage you with hope. The daisy however, does not pretend to be a rose. It is true to itself, blooming beauty among the dandelions. Pamela Snyder’s heart was a garden filled with love, family and a wild flower or two. Pam was a dedicated mom and “Oma” with a witty charisma that quickly made her a “Facebook Ninja”. "Legends say that hummingbirds float free of time, carrying joy and celebration. The hummingbird's delicate grace reminds us that life is rich, beauty is everywhere and one is nearer God’s heart in a garden. On Saturday March 27, 2021, after just 71 years, Pam was freed from time and is now at peace in God’s hands.
Pam’s sun rose in Camden and she had spent her formative years in Moorestown where she graduated from Moorestown High School, class of 1967. She made her career in banking working as a teller and supervisor before retiring from PNC Bank in Oaklyn. Ms. Snyder was a dedicated family woman who enjoyed nothing more than games with her grandchildren. She loved time in her garden and playing with her faithful furbaby companions.
Ms. Snyder is the daughter of the late Robert R. & Mary L. (nee Layman) Snyder and is survived by her children; Wendy & her husband Tony Cintron, Michael J. “Jr.” & his wife Amber Bazulis, Anthony & his wife Nicole Bazulis. She is the proud grandmother of; Phenix Lee Cintron, Camryn Bazulis, Jordyn T. Bazulis, Addison M. Bazulis, Jacob Mattingley and Dominic Santore. She is also survived and will be sadly missed by her brother Thomas J. Snyder, her sister Loretta O’Donnell and was predeceased by her late siblings the late Eddie Layman, the late Robert & his widow Debbie Snyder and her dear sister Joyce Denight with whom she shared a special bond with.
A mothers love remains infinite, passing the torch of life, transcending generation to generation. Burn what is left of me and scatter my ashes to the winds, to help the flowers grow. If you must bury something let it be my faults and my weaknesses. Relatives, friends and neighbors are invited to gather with the Snyder family and share their heartfelt stories of Pam on Saturday April 10th between 10:00 am and 12:00 pm at Creran Celebration Etherington & Creran Funeral Homes 400 White Horse Pike Oaklyn. As an expression of sympathy and in lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Voorhees Animal Orphanage 419 Cooper Rd. Voorhees, NJ 08043 www.vaonj.org