Jack Snider’s songs capture life’s harder moments with compassion and humor, offering timeless folk tunes in the style of Ramblin’ Jack Elliott or Ray Wylie Hubbard.
Snider filed his Petition for Pretrial Review alleging counsel deficiency including failing to file motions and spend enough time with him, failing to preserve speedy trial issues, and violating Montana discovery statutes. Unfortunately, the Court does not find merit in these allegations.
Early Life and Education
Jack Snider is an extremely gifted individual in Unicoi. With multiple talents and interests – such as caring about individuals and being friendly towards students – Jack has long been active within his local community as an active Masonic Lodge member for 50 years; in addition, he joined Ruritan National (an organization which promotes community service).
At University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Snider dramatically expanded the band program during its initial years by making improvements and taking unique approaches aimed at improving conditions for students. His concerts typically received standing ovations; rare was there ever an occasion where Snider did not receive one himself!
He has a deep passion for music and enjoys teaching it to others. Specializing in guitar, he particularly appreciates older forms of musical genres.
He played right field for the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1947 to 1958 and earned two All-Star selections while finishing second on 1955 Most Valuable Player balloting, behind teammate Roy Campanella.
He would remain with the Dodgers until 1959, although injuries and his diminishing home run power began to have an impact. That year alone he hit only 15 home runs!
Jack Snider is an American actor, author, musician and lacrosse player who has appeared in multiple television series and movies as an actor, writer or musician. Additionally, he published a book on lacrosse as a sport.
He currently plays guitar in two bands – Minus the Bear and State Route 522 – bringing with him an immense knowledge of various musical genres and styles to incorporate into his compositions. Additionally, he serves on Gravel Hill Baptist Church’s cemetery committee in Randolph County North Carolina as deacon.
Achievement and Honors
Jack Snider was an incredible husband and father. He always put his family first, always helping others, and will be greatly missed by many. Jack loved spending time with his granddaughters at Christmas time making each one something special; watching football, woodworking and wood bending were other passions of his. Calvary Baptist Church welcomed him as a member.
Robinson Snider has emerged as the premier cross country runner in the area, posting a personal best 5K time of 16 minutes, 16 seconds in runs at New Hanover County and Mideastern Conference championships and finishing second at 4A East Regional meet and 36th at state championship. Additionally he competes in track’s distance events.
He is an active member of Main Street United Methodist Church as well as Logansport Masonic Lodge for 50 years, founding Royal Center Chapter of Order of Eastern Star, and served as District 25-C Governor from 1995-1996.
Snider has lent his voice to various films, such as PlayStation 2 video game Jak and Daxter as Gol Acheron and also appeared in Warning: Parental Advisory in 2002.
Snider has worked as a session guitarist in Nashville and as guitar tech on Vince Gill tours, appearing several times on Gone Country television show and writing songs for various musicians including Celine Dion as well as producing an album for one Nashville artist.
Alongside his musical career, he is a strong proponent of several charities. He has raised funds for many causes ranging from breast cancer research and suicide prevention, to lending his voice in several television commercials.
He owns the Washington Commanders, an NFL team, and boasts an estimated net worth of $4.9 billion. His wealth was amassed through investments in real estate, sports, and other business ventures.
His family currently resides in Los Angeles and enjoys spending their free time at the beach together. With an optimistic attitude and inspiring many others, he finds great pleasure serving with Pilots for Kids organization by visiting children’s hospitals and participating in annual fundraising initiatives.