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John Arnold Snair Friday June 11th 2021

John Arnold Snair
65, West Dover, passed away suddenly on Friday, June 11, 2021. Born in Halifax he was the son of the late Arnold and Doris (Cookson) Snair.
John was a carpenter by trade, but he had many suits including, fisherman, coast guard and even milk man in his earlier years. It did not matter what road Johnny travelled someone knew him. He will be missed by all and never forgotten.
Survived by his former wife, Brenda Pippy; daughters, Michelle (Robert Flemming); Holly (Michael) Boutilier; son, Douglas (Georgette); grandchildren, Brandon, Dustin, Jacob; brothers, Steven (Toby); Derick (Josephine); sister, Kathy (Larry) Kidson.
Besides his parents he is predeceased by his nephew, Edward Snair.
Due to COVID19 Restrictions a funeral service will be held at a later date.
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