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[[File:Snyder%20Elvin.JPG|300px|thumb|right|''Elvin Snyder, 1968. Mennonite Archives of Ontario photo.  
  
 
'']]    Elvin Snyder: missionary, was born 1 April 1900 near [[Breslau (Ontario, Canada)|Breslau]], [[Ontario (Canada)|Ontario]] to Ozias and Barbara Snyder, Elvin Snyder studied at Toronto Bible College (1925), [[Goshen College (Goshen, Indiana, USA)|Goshen College]] (BA, 1927), and Southwest Texas State Teachers College (MA, 1952). He married Mary Adah Fretz in 1928 and, after her death in 1974, married Esther Brunk Fadner in 1978.
 
'']]    Elvin Snyder: missionary, was born 1 April 1900 near [[Breslau (Ontario, Canada)|Breslau]], [[Ontario (Canada)|Ontario]] to Ozias and Barbara Snyder, Elvin Snyder studied at Toronto Bible College (1925), [[Goshen College (Goshen, Indiana, USA)|Goshen College]] (BA, 1927), and Southwest Texas State Teachers College (MA, 1952). He married Mary Adah Fretz in 1928 and, after her death in 1974, married Esther Brunk Fadner in 1978.
  
 
Snyder served in a wide variety of mission projects including those in [[Toronto (Ontario, Canada)|Toronto]] (1922-25); Canton, Ohio (1927-28); [[Trenque Lauquen Mennonite Church (Trenque Lauquen, Buenos Aires, Argentina)|Trenque Lauquen]], America, and [[Carlos Casares Mennonite Church (Carlos Casares, Buenos Aires, Argentina)|Carlos Casares,]] [[Argentina|Argentina]] (1928-47); Chicago (1947-49); Lost Creek, [[Kentucky (USA)|Kentucky]] (1949-50); Mathis, [[Texas (USA)|Texas]] (1950-53); [[Puerto Rico|Puerto Rico]] (1953-65): and Corpus Christi, Texas (1966-67). In his later years he taught in the Spanish department at [[Eastern Mennonite University (Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA)|Eastern Mennonite College]] (1971-73) and provided pastoral leadership to the Milwaukee Mennonite Church (1973-75). Snyder served variously as an [[Orphanages|orphanage]] director, language instructor, Bible institute director, editor and pastor. He died 6 December 1985.
 
Snyder served in a wide variety of mission projects including those in [[Toronto (Ontario, Canada)|Toronto]] (1922-25); Canton, Ohio (1927-28); [[Trenque Lauquen Mennonite Church (Trenque Lauquen, Buenos Aires, Argentina)|Trenque Lauquen]], America, and [[Carlos Casares Mennonite Church (Carlos Casares, Buenos Aires, Argentina)|Carlos Casares,]] [[Argentina|Argentina]] (1928-47); Chicago (1947-49); Lost Creek, [[Kentucky (USA)|Kentucky]] (1949-50); Mathis, [[Texas (USA)|Texas]] (1950-53); [[Puerto Rico|Puerto Rico]] (1953-65): and Corpus Christi, Texas (1966-67). In his later years he taught in the Spanish department at [[Eastern Mennonite University (Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA)|Eastern Mennonite College]] (1971-73) and provided pastoral leadership to the Milwaukee Mennonite Church (1973-75). Snyder served variously as an [[Orphanages|orphanage]] director, language instructor, Bible institute director, editor and pastor. He died 6 December 1985.
 
 
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
 
Snyder, Elvin V. collection, Archives of the Mennonite Church (Goshen, Indiana, USA).
 
Snyder, Elvin V. collection, Archives of the Mennonite Church (Goshen, Indiana, USA).
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<em class="gameo_bibliography">Gospel Herald</em> (31 December 1985): 928.
 
<em class="gameo_bibliography">Gospel Herald</em> (31 December 1985): 928.
 
 
 
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Elvin Snyder, 1968. Mennonite Archives of Ontario photo.
Elvin Snyder: missionary, was born 1 April 1900 near Breslau, Ontario to Ozias and Barbara Snyder, Elvin Snyder studied at Toronto Bible College (1925), Goshen College (BA, 1927), and Southwest Texas State Teachers College (MA, 1952). He married Mary Adah Fretz in 1928 and, after her death in 1974, married Esther Brunk Fadner in 1978.

Snyder served in a wide variety of mission projects including those in Toronto (1922-25); Canton, Ohio (1927-28); Trenque Lauquen, America, and Carlos Casares, Argentina (1928-47); Chicago (1947-49); Lost Creek, Kentucky (1949-50); Mathis, Texas (1950-53); Puerto Rico (1953-65): and Corpus Christi, Texas (1966-67). In his later years he taught in the Spanish department at Eastern Mennonite College (1971-73) and provided pastoral leadership to the Milwaukee Mennonite Church (1973-75). Snyder served variously as an orphanage director, language instructor, Bible institute director, editor and pastor. He died 6 December 1985.

Bibliography

Snyder, Elvin V. collection, Archives of the Mennonite Church (Goshen, Indiana, USA).

"Snyder, Elvin Valores," Who's Who in Texas Today. Austin: Pemberton Press, 1967: 338.

"Elvin Valores Snyder" in The Gospel Under the Southern Cross. Scottdale, PA: Mennonite Publishing House, 1943: 186-87.

Gospel Herald (31 December 1985): 928.


Author(s) Sam Steiner
Date Published 1990


Cite This Article

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Steiner, Sam. "Snyder, Elvin Valores (1900-1985)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1990. Web. 21 Nov 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Snyder,_Elvin_Valores_(1900-1985)&oldid=77802.

APA style

Steiner, Sam. (1990). Snyder, Elvin Valores (1900-1985). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 21 November 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Snyder,_Elvin_Valores_(1900-1985)&oldid=77802.




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