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Pearl Harbor Survivor Honored At Game

Posted by Stephen Czarda on December 8, 2013 – 2:50 pm


Yesterday marked Pearl Harbor Day, the annual remembrance to those who fought and died on December 7, 1941, when the the U.S. Navy base in Hawaii was attacked.

At today’s Washington Redskins-Kansas City Chiefs game, Chief Petty Officer Howard Snell, who also served on the USS Morrison, was honored with a standing ovation in a ceremony recognizing his service to this country.

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Mr. Snell has also been a season ticket holder for nearly 40 years.

Above and beyond your continued support of the Washington Redskins, thank you for your service.

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3 Responses to “Pearl Harbor Survivor Honored At Game”

  1. By Dean Snell on Jan 15, 2014 | Reply

    Chief Howard L Snell passed away on January 14, 2014, just one month after being honored at the Redskins-Chiefs game. I sincerely appreciate the recognition the Redskins organization gives to all of our U.S. Military family throughout the year..


    Dean Snell (a proud son)

  2. By Alex Snell on Jan 16, 2014 | Reply

    Being a lifetime Redskins fan, I truly appreciate this great organization for recognizing one of our country’s true patriots who meant so much to not only myself (grandson), but to the thousands of people who he touched. R.I.P. to a great man who will be missed but NEVER forgotten.


    Alex Snell (a proud grandson)

  3. By Rick Carraway on Jan 24, 2014 | Reply

    My family and I are lifetime Redskins fans.We met Howie at the Dec.7th ,2013 ceremony at the U.S. Navy Memorial in Washington,D.C.M y Dad Jay is a Pearl Harbor Survivor on USS Hulbert moored at submarine base Pearl Harbor near Howie during the attack. Howie is an incredible man and fought on in many major battles in the Pacific.We are honored to have met Howie and enjoyed his enthusiasm and sense of humor.Our prayers are with him and your family.


    Rick Carraway
    Sons and Daughters of Pearl Harbor Survivors
    National Trustee

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