COLONIA, N.J. -- Warren J. Snapp -- resident of Milton, Delaware, formerly of Colonia -- died on Sunday, Feb. 14. He was 74.
Born in New York City, Snapp grew up in Maspeth, Queens. He worked as a computer programer at Bell Labs, Xybion, Plessey and Grumman. He and his family owned two laundromats in Morris Plains and Parsippany.
Snapp had coached little league baseball in Denville and was an avid lifelong Mets fan. He was a third-degree Knights of Columbus member. In Milton, he also was a committee board member.
He is survived by his children, Brian and his wife Donna of East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, Ken and his wife Sara of Rutherford, Christine and her husband Tom Bakos of Marlboro; siblings Richard and sister Doris Sirvis; and grandchildren Anthony, Michelle, Henry, Jacob, Justin, Thomas and Andrew.
Snapp was predeceased by his high school sweetheart and wife Christena (Allen) Snapp, and his parents, Archer and Ruth (Wilson) Snapp.
Visiting hours will be from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 18, at the Calhoun-Mania Funeral Home, 19 Lincoln Ave., in Rutherford. The funeral will be held on Saturday, with all to meet in the Saint Ann Church, 691 Garfield Parkway, in Bethany Beach, Delaware, for an 11 a.m. mass. Interment will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, in Dagsboro, Delaware.
In support of his son currently living with ALS, memorial donations can be made to ALS-Team Crewsaders, Greater NY Chapter.