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Tedd Snyder




Docent@Anderson Japanese Gardens. 🌲 ⛩ Nokomis🪘🪘 Circle tribe member, haiku writer, family genealogist 🧬 cider enthusiast🍺 Korean food fan Semi retired Lean 6 Sigma Master Black Belt. Former Baldrige Performance Excellence Award Examiner. Wisconsin Badger 🦡 alum. Rensselaer alum. Green Bay Packers shareholder 🏈 Unitarian Buddhist 📍Stoughton, Wisconsin. 🇺🇸I was born in Sleepy Hollow, NY. I was told in a jazz room that my speaking voice sounds like Sonny Rollins.🎷😁 In The New Jazz Listener room, Changamiré, one of the hosts, included me in a group on stage that she called “jazzheads.” What an honor! 🎺 🎶🎧 Music Top 10 1. Pat Metheny 2. Tim Weisberg 3. Al Jarreau 4. Peter Gabriel 5. Genesis 6. The Crusaders 7. Renaissance 8. Santana 9. Solas 10. Emerson, Lake and Palmer Movie Top 10 1. Top Gun and Maverick 2. The Last Samurai 3. House of Flying Daggers 4. Serendipity 5. August Rush 6. Cinema Paradiso 7. Year of Living Dangerously 8. Enigma 9. Saving Private Ryan 10. Hunt for Red October I have been researching my family history since the 90s. I have a brick wall with my GGG Grandmother, Rachel (maiden name unk.) Coleman. She was born in NY City in 1809 and died in 1884. Rachel’s mother was born in NY and she may be my connection to the American Revolution. Rachel shows up in the 1850, 1855, and 1880 censuses and in some New York City directories in the late 1850s in early 1860s. She is listed in the directories as a nurse and as, the “widow of Thomas” and a few years later the “widow of John.” Rachel has a granddaughter, Cornelia Webb, which suggests that Rachel may have had a previous marriage. It is possible that Rachel is related to Revolutionary War vet, Thomas Bunting. Places I’ve been outside the US: Canada, Mexico, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Brasil, Ireland, England, Germany, Austria Stand with Ukraine 💙💛🇺🇦 ✊🏿