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To Grieve, Smile, Laugh, Respect and Lead!


Christian / Nonfiction

Date Published: October 3, 2018

Publisher: MindStir Media


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You Raise Me Up centers on the author’s journey of coping with his wife’s
passing. Anyone who has lost a spouse can use this book as a tool to recover
from loss. In this book, the author feels his late wife’s outstretched-
blanket that helps to cope through, “Grief”, “to Smile”,
“to Laugh”, “to Respect” and most important, “to
Lead”. Those were her “fruits” to live by.



About the Author

Thomas J. (Tom) Snee stepped down as the former National Executive Director
for Fleet Reserve Association (FRA), Alexandria, VA. He is a retired Navy
Master Chief /Surface Warfare Specialist with over 30 years of naval
service, and a Vietnam Veteran. He has since returned to teaching, to
motivate and inspire Middle and High School students in the Northern
Virginia area. He is continually active with his Church, Boy Scouts, and
other Youth Groups.

A Cleveland, Ohio native, Tom grew up and graduated in 1965 from Willoughby
South High School, Willoughby, OH; Mohegan Community College, Norwich, CT,
AS, Liberal Arts; Excelsior College, Albany, NY, BS, Liberal
Arts/Psychology; and George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, M.Ed, Education
Leadership. He is a member of the FRA, Knights of Columbus, Surface Navy
Association (SNA) and National Eagle Scout Association (NESA). Mr. Snee was
married to the late Karen A. Habina for 46 years, having a family of four
children and seven grandchildren. He currently resides in Burke, VA.


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