Greg Snider Kingston ON, Novelis employee has died, Family and friends mourns his death

Greg Snider Kingston ON, Novelis employee has died, Family and friends mourns his death

Greg Snider Death – Greg Snider, a resident of Kingston, Ontario, and a member of the Kingston Works 75th has sadly passed away. He was announced dead through a social media publication that read “Why is it always the best ones who are taken too soon? Greg you will be deeply missed by all who were privileged enough to have known you. All my love to your family.” Greg Snider’s cause of death was not made public at the time of this report.

Who was Greg Snider?

Greg Snider was a longtime resident of Kingston, Ontario, and a 2001 graduate of Sydenham High School. He studied Engineering at St. Lawrence College, Ontario, and was an employee at Novelis. Greg started out as a planner in the maintenance division. He was excellent to work with and always gave his all. He excelled in his role.

Greg put his all into whatever he did at the plant. Greg carried on his father’s work in both production and maintenance. He owned a desk and chair, but you could never find him using them. He handled numerous jobs concurrently and was constantly on the move. Working with contractors, he was perpetually occupied at work, putting out metaphorical fires. Everyone was constantly shocked at how calm he could be at times.

Not only was he an extremely valuable worker, but he was also a sincere, amiable, and compassionate person. His children and wife, Candice Snider, adored and treasured him. Greg was Eva Snider’s grandson and Amy Snider’s sibling. His colleagues, friends, and family will all miss him terribly.

Kingston Works 75th Statement Release

Greg Snider
I am very saddened to report to you the untimely passing of a member of the Kingston Works family. Greg Snider was taken from us far too soon, leaving behind his wife, young children, his parents Wayne and Becky, his extended family and workmates to mourn his death. I got to know Greg through my visits to the plant for the Christmas hamper campaign and for safety related visits over the years.

He was always pleasant, willing to help and understood the importance of being a part of the Kingston Works family. Since his passing, I have been inundated with calls and comments from people that wanted all of you to know what a special and well loved person Greg was at work. They wanted me to know how much he would be missed at the plant, how he gave his all in everything he did, and what a great guy he was to work with. I could not agree more.

When funeral arrangements are known I will be sure to share them here, but for now, please join me in extending heartfelt condolences to Greg’s family as they deal with this tragedy.

Greg Snider’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.

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