See also

Family of John Tabb SNODGRASS and Lorraine Theresa LEROUX

Husband: John Tabb SNODGRASS (1930-2010)
Wife: Lorraine Theresa LEROUX (1927-2018)
Children: Mary Katherine SNODGRASS
Marriage Aug 7, 1954 Fort Meade, MD

Husband: John Tabb SNODGRASS



Name: John Tabb SNODGRASS
Sex: Male
Father: John Tabb SNODGRASS (1906-1966)
Mother: Charlotte Sanders HUBBARD (1907-1990)
Birth Feb 2, 1930 East Orange, NJ
Title Jr.
Occupation Army Officer
Death Jun 26, 2010 (age 80) Portland, OR
Burial Jul 1, 2010 Portland, OR
Willamette National Cemetery

Wife: Lorraine Theresa LEROUX

Name: Lorraine Theresa LEROUX
Sex: Female
Father: Joseph Jules Alfred LEROUX (1907-1972)
Mother: Annie Louise RYAN (1910-1968)
Birth Aug 9, 1927 Franklin, NH
Christening Aug, 1927 (age 0) Franklin, NH
resided 1971 (age 43-44) Salinas, CA
Residence 2005 (age 77-78) Portland, OR
Death Mar 16, 2018 (age 90) Portland, OR

Child 1: Mary Katherine SNODGRASS

Name: Mary Katherine SNODGRASS
Sex: Female
Spouse: James Dare SUTTER (1954-2018)

Child 2: Pamela Jean SNODGRASS

Name: Pamela Jean SNODGRASS
Sex: Female
Spouse: Richard Lawrence ARONOFF

Child 3: John Tabb SNODGRASS

Name: John Tabb SNODGRASS
Sex: Male
Spouse 1: Pia LAEVASTU
Spouse 2: Joanne Lee JURINSKI

Note on Husband: John Tabb SNODGRASS

Among his many military awards and medals were the Combat Infantry

Badge, the Silver Star, the Bronze Star with Two Oak Leaf Clusters,

the Command at Sea Star, and the Distinguished Flying Cross.

Note on Wife: Lorraine Theresa LEROUX

Lory was born in Franklin, New Hampshire and lived most of her early life in Massachusetts. She attended Clark University, is the first person in her family to attend college, and graduated in 1949. While attending Clark, she competed in some varsity sports, including the Woman’s Crew. After attending Clark, she was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army and was one of the early participants in the Army’s Physical Therapy training program. Lory attained the rank of Captain and remained with the Army until she married John T. Snodgrass, Jr., also an Army officer, in 1954 at Ft. Meade, Maryland. Being part of a military family has its challenges, however, despite being encouraged to resign her commission to follow her husband’s career, Lory persevered, and thrived, raising three children while traveling to curious and exotic places as part of a military family. Lory was a fabulous bridge player. She continued to play, and win, up until the last few years of her life.