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Armitage Funeral Home

State Highway 34 North
Belmar, NJ 07719
(732) 528-6808
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Johnson Mc Ginley Funeral Home

State Highway 138 North
Belmar, NJ 07719
(732) 681-4455
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New Jersey Funeral Directors Association

1977 State Route 34
Belmar, NJ 07719
(732) 974-9444
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New Jersey State Funeral Directors Association Inc

1977 State Route 34
Belmar, NJ 07719
(732) 282-3199
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Slain St. Louis County officer had been on force 4 years, had Metro East ties - STLtoday.com

Monday, October 10, 2016

The St. Louis County police officer killed in Green Park on Thursday morning was a Metro East native who joined the force in his late 20s.St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar called Blake Snyder a “tremendous police officer” who was seen as extremely dedicated by his supervisors.Snyder, 33, of Edwardsville, had been with the department about four years and left behind a wife and 2-year-old son. Current and former co-workers said Snyder was known for making large numbers of DWI arrests and was drawn into police work after hearing his in-laws talk about the profession.His father-in-law, who is deceased, was a Granite City police officer, and his brother-in-law is a member of St. Louis County’s tactical operations unit.Family, friends and fellow officers surrounded Snyder’s widow, Elizabeth, when former St. Louis County police chief and current director of Backstoppers Inc. Ron Battelle met with her within hours of her husband’s death to explain the role the nonprofit group will now play in their lives.“He doesn’t know what’s going on, but he’ll eventually learn,” Battelle said of Snyder’s son. “I assured the family we’d be there to help raise him becau...

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Slain St. Louis County officer had been on force 4 years, had Metro East ties - STLtoday.com

Monday, October 10, 2016

The St. Louis County police officer killed in Green Park on Thursday morning was a Metro East native who joined the force in his late 20s.St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar called Blake Snyder a “tremendous police officer” who was seen as extremely dedicated by his supervisors.Snyder, 33, of Edwardsville, had been with the department about four years and left behind a wife and 2-year-old son. Current and former co-workers said Snyder was known for making large numbers of DWI arrests and was drawn into police work after hearing his in-laws talk about the profession.His father-in-law, who is deceased, was a Granite City police officer, and his brother-in-law is a member of St. Louis County’s tactical operations unit.Family, friends and fellow officers surrounded Snyder’s widow, Elizabeth, when former St. Louis County police chief and current director of Backstoppers Inc. Ron Battelle met with her within hours of her husband’s death to explain the role the nonprofit group will now play in their lives.“He doesn’t know what’s going on, but he’ll eventually learn,” Battelle said of Snyder’s son. “I assured the family we’d be there to help raise him becau...