Serving the greater Riegelsville area, including Bucks and Northampton Counties in Pennsylvania and western New Jersey, for three generations

Since 1951, the Robert W. Snyder Funeral Home has helped our friends and neighbors to honor our loved one’s lives through skilled and personal funeral service.

Our wide range of services includes personalized traditional and non-traditional funerals, pre-need arrangements, cremation, graveside services and memorial services – with close attention paid to every detail, at fair and affordable prices.

We will help you create a meaningful tribute to a unique life. Leading your family step-by-step through a challenging time would be our honor and privilege.


Robert Ranieri

Robert J. Ranieri, 94, of Kintnersville, PA passed away peacefully in his home on Wednesday, January 17, 2024.

He was born January 10, 1930 in Philadelphia, PA and was a son of the late Giambattista and Ada (D'Alessandro) Ranieri.

Robert was a passionate artist his whole life, beginning at the age of fifteen when he started painting, until his death. Throughout his lifetime, his paintings have been numbered to be around four hundred. Robert was a 1952 graduate of Temple University's Tyler School of Art where he was awarded the 1952 Fulbright Scholarship to study art in Rome for two years. In 1954, he returned to Temple and earned his master's degree. For fourteen years, he plied his trade in New York City as a painter and sculptor before buying his home in Kintnersville in 1969. While renovating his home, he began teaching art at various local colleges. For about 40 years, Robert worked was an art professor for Bucks County Community College, Northampton County Community College and Kutztown University.

He will be missed by his wife, Rebecca, of 46 years; his children, Maia Ranieri Bobb (Jason) and Luke Ranieri (Irene La Preziosa); grandchildren, Lauren and Logan Bobb. He was preceded in death by three brothers and one sister.

A celebration of his life will be held privately at a later date.