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S: Doug "Our Friend"

1: Athlete Leadership Program

2: Tony Hill

3: Sophia Wesolowsky

4: Chris Kelly

6: Buddies starting out in Special Olympics Illinois Training - 1979 | Partners/Teammates in Special Olympics International Figure Skating - 1997 | Friends/Global Messengers for Special Olympics Illinois - 2008 | Tom & Chris

7: Dates/Speakers for the Special Olympics Illinois Gala - 2009 | "Thank you Doug Snyder, for your hard work and dedication in GROWING Special Olympics Illinois as big part of our whole lives." Your friends always, Tom Strack & Christine Kelly

8: Tom Strack

10: Barb Kozdrom

11: Angie Picchi | Nicole Composono

12: Matt Kaman

14: Susie Doyens

15: Steve Freeman

16: Sarah Boys

19: Dear Doug, i would like to send my congratulations to you for being wiith special olympics illinois for so many years. I hope your days of retirement will be very happy, relaxing, and lots of fun. I hope you will be around to volunteer and watch our competitions at summer games or any other games. May you and Nancy be very happy and very relaxed after 22 years of marriage to special olympics. It was great seeing you down state back in june and i know it willl be hard leaving after all these years. I hope you have a great life and we hope to see you down the road, and at numerous sports competitons. Please keep well and think often of us at special olympics illinois. May the road rise up to meet you and the wind be at your back. Thank you from my parents and myself. Take care, Gerry meyer

22: Mark Paternostro | Mark Paternostro

24: Nicole Brickwood

25: Doug you are an important part of my life! I have so enjoyed working with you. We had a lot of great times together. Thanks for all your hard work and I hope you enjoy your free time. You deserve it! With thanks and love, Carie Ganser | Carie Ganser

26: Marcy Bobell | To my Doug, Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, Special Olympics Athletes, Will sure miss you! Doug i have really had fun getting to know you. I will never forget you and all the times we were together. Thank you so much for being a part of my life. Have a great retirement, Marcy Bobell

27: Melanie Harwood | "Enjoy your well deserved retirement, we will miss you ! Love from Melanie and the Harwood Family"

28: Thank you Doug for your 22 years of service to Special Olympics Illinois! Your dedication and timeless efforts to the athletes, coaches, families and volunteers is very much appreciated. I remember at the 2009 Winter Games when I served as Co-Emcee for the reception. When the formal program was over you came over to my podium and said, "You have improved so much since I saw you in April. This one statement has stuck with me ever since. I am pound to be an Athlete, Global Messenger and Board member for Special Olympics Illinois.Thank you for your continued support, encouragement and friendship. I wish you all the best in your retirement. You deserve It! Keep in touch my friend! My warmest wishes, Jim Morgan Athlete, Global Messenger & Board Member Special Olympics Illinois | Jim Morgan

29: Dear Doug: What an exciting evening! I was so proud of Mom and Dad when you presented them with the Maggiano’s Hero Award. Speaking of heroes, you have been a big hero of mine for a long time. Thank you so much for all you have given to “Special Olympian’s” and me personally. Whenever we talked on the phone, you listened and always answered all my questions. I hope your days of retirement bring you good health and good times. It is so well deserved. Good luck! Jeffrey Falcone | Jeff Falcone

30: Dear Mr. Snyder CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR RETIREMENT! It was a pleasure having you involved with Special Olympics and I enjoyed the dinners and conversations with you when I spoke at functions as a Global Messenger. My experience with Special Olympics has been and will continue to be a big part of my life. I have experienced some wonderful times and memorable ones such as the World Games in Dublin, Ireland and the National Games in Lincoln, Neb. I have met so many people and made many new friends. I was given the opportunity to compete with many teams and learn from each athlete whether we won or lost. I always remember the oath: Let Me Win But If I Cannot Win Let Me Be Brave In The Attempt. Being a Global Messenger has helped me spread the importance of what Special Olympics means to the Athletes. Because of you and your many years of being involved with Special Olympics, it has been a wonderful success. I would like to say "Thank You" for your hard work and dedication for so many years with Special Olympics. You will be missed very much. Scott Wells Global Messenger/Athlete Area 7 | Scott Wells

31: Christine Maxwell | Thank you for all you have done for me and all my friends. My life is good because of you. These pictures tell the story from when I am little to now. Thank you Christine Maxwell

32: Gala

35: Andy Peters | Let me win, but if I cannot win, Let me be brave in the attempt. - Athlete Oath

36: Georgia Hunter

38: Bridget Brown | All I know about doug snynder is a great man who cared so much he has a greatest heart who cares so much for people with disabilities. I don't know if my uncle tim Furey and my aunt Susy French who helped with special olyimcs Love always Bridget

39: Heather Holtz

40: Sam Rein | Dear Mr. Synder, Thank you so much for being there for Special Olympics. I've had an amazing twelve years with Special Olympics and now I have so many amazing memories. One of my favorite memories is being a Global Messenger at the Bears Game and meeting you at the Gala in Chicago. I am still swimming and playing golf so there will be even more memories! I am sending you some of my favorite pictures. I hope you have fun with your family and keep Special Olympics in your heart.. thanks again for all you have done, ~~sam rein

41: Lauren Miller | Molly Sosnowski

42: Aarron Strubbe | “My family and I would like to thank you for all the time you spent attending the various events that Special Olympics held. Whenever we met, you always greeted me with a big smile and a warm handshake. That always made me feel extra special. You did many things to help Illinois Special Olympics grow into the great program that it is today. My family and I will miss seeing you at the events, but hope that you will still come, when possible, to cheer us on. Thanks again for all your work and time you gave to the Special Olympics Program.” Aaron Strubbe, my parents-Keith and Cheryl Strubbe and my brother and his family – Chad, Jenny, Rachel, Cameron and Jessica Strubbe | Global Messenger Speech at a Lutheran’s for Life Meeting in Jacksonville | Aaron winning a GOLD MEDAL on May 7, 2011 at the Area 17 Spring Games in Springfield

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