Torches Across America (TAA) is a motorcycle ride for all riders who want to show their respect to everyone who lost their lives and to the family's who lost their loved ones on that sad morning of September 11, 2001. TAA takes nine days, starting on the West Coast (Sept 3rd). Ride the whole trip, just through your state or a few miles when it comes in your area. If you can not take time to ride on the ride, everyone is welcome to be with us at any of the stops we make going across the country.

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Location: Kimberling City, Missouri

Friday, June 17, 2011

Don Snyder has passed away and will be missed by many.

Here is an e-mail sent to me by Don Snyder's daughters informing me about Don's Funeral Service.

I am writing to inform you that Donald Snyder has unfortunately passed away on Wednesday June 8th after suffering heart complications. His funeral and service will be held at noon on Monday June 20th at the Cochran & Waud Sunset Chapel, 715 7th Street, Oregon City, OR 97045, followed by a military graveside service with the Patriot Guard to be held at Willamette National Cemetery 11800 SE Mt. Scott Boulevard, Portland, OR 97086-6937. Reception to follow.
If you have any questions please call Donald’s daughters Eva Fisher at 503 659 3480 or Nancy Hale at 503 882 6928.
Eva Fisher & Nancy Hale

Kip Doran sent me an e-mail saying; I understand the Patriot Guard will be there in his honor, I’m sure it will be packed with a lifetime of friends and family.

I am very proud to say that I road with Don Snyder on two TAA rides. He was a super person and helped me out in many ways. On the second TAA ride he came with his brother (Link Snyder) and their friend Kip Doran and the three of them were super great road guards.

Here are some of many pictures I have of Don Snyders thanks to all of the TAA riders.

Don at the Tulsa, OK,VFW Post 308 911 Memorial Service.

Don doing his best thinking while on the ride at Snow Cap Drive-In in Seligman, AZ.

Don with the core group that was invited to be apart of the Jersey City, NJ, 911Memorial Service. Also in the picture on the left side is Jersey City, NJ, Mayor Glenn Cunningham.

Don in Harrisburg,PA.

Don talking to someone in Harrisburg, PA.

Don participating in bike games at the Holiday Inn in Amarillo, TX