Raymond C. Snouffer is one of the representative young business men of Worthington, where he has the agency
for, the DeSoto and Chevrolet automobiles. He was born at Worthington, May 13, 1905, the son of Stanley W. and
Verna (Harding) Snouffer.
Stanley W. Snouffer was born at Linworth, Ohio. In early life he was a farmer and also followed the carpenter's
trade. He sold his farm near Worthington in 1919 and has since engaged in the building business at Columbus. His
wife was born at Worthington and died in 1917. She is buried in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Worthington. To Mr. and
Mrs. Snouffer were born four sons: Elmer, who is engaged in the furniture business at Worthington; Stephen M.,
and Leslie R., who are engaged in the automobile business at Worthington; and Raymond C., the subject of this sketch.
Raymond C. Snouffer obtained his education in the public schools of Worthington and was graduated from high school
in 1925. He spent almost two years in the employ of the Columbus Oil Company as an attendant in their Worthington
station, and then went with the Jeffrey Manufacturing Company, Columbus, as a mechanic, for three years. Since
1927 Mr. Snouffer, in partnership with his brothers, Stephen M. and Leslie R., has engaged in the automobile business
at Worthington as agent for the DeSoto and Chevrolet automobiles. They are also exclusive dealers at Worthington
for Firestone tires and tubes and have an up to date service station and repair shop.
On August 17, 1928, Mr. Snouffer married Miss Mary B. Boyd, of Worthington.
Mr. Snouffer is a Republican, a member of the Worthington Methodist Episcopal Church and Independent Order of Odd
History of Franklin County, Ohio
Historical Publishing Company
Topeka - Indianapolis 1930
Franklin County, OH
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