Marc T. Snell, 53, Little Compton

Posted 9/5/20

Marc T. Snell, 53, of Little Compton, died quietly on Friday, August 28, 2020, at Charlton Memorial Hospital. He was the son of Bradley C. Snell of Little Compton and the late Dianne J. (Thompson) …

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Marc T. Snell, 53, Little Compton

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Marc T. Snell, 53, of Little Compton, died quietly on Friday, August 28, 2020, at Charlton Memorial Hospital. He was the son of Bradley C. Snell of Little Compton and the late Dianne J. (Thompson) Snell.

Marc was born in Fall River and had been a longtime resident of Little Compton. A carpenter since high school, he had worked for Roger Wilkie Builders, Tiverton and remodeled and built countless homes in the area. An avid woodworker, he loved spending time in his home shop and could build anything with wood. It was his passion along with the Boston Bruins, music, guns, the NRA, Dalmatians and chain saw carving.

Survivors, along with his father, include his brother, Scott B. Snell of Fall River; along with his niece, Autumn Snell of Fall River.

Arrangements under the direction of the Potter Funeral Home, Westport.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718.

To sign the online guestbook, please visit www.potterfuneralservice.com.

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