Path Snyder and Cindy Dellet
Natives of Lancaster County, PA, Cindy and Path have also lived in Williamsport, PA. Cindy worked as a Business Education Teacher in Lancaster County for 33 years, while Path, who served four years in the Air Force as a Nuclear Weapons Tech, worked in the graphic communications field.
In 2007, after vacationing in Rehoboth many times, the couple made the full-time move here. Soon after, Path made the decision to attend real estate school and the couple turned their mutual love of photography into a business opportunity by establishing SMB Real Estate Photography.
In their spare time, Cindy enjoys reading and softball and is the third base coach for the Shore Sharks, at Sports at the Beach in Georgetown. Path also plays softball with the Shore Sharks and enjoys outdoor activities and self-discovery.
Cindy is the proud mother of two children and grandmother of five boys, with a sixth grandchild on the way. The couple has two dogs, Gracee (6 lb. Yorkie) and Cooper (115 lb. Golden). Path shares the grandsons and the dogs!
When/why did you start volunteering at CAMP and what events or activities have you been involved with since?
Our good friend, Mickie McManamon, who currently works as CAMP Rehoboth’s Administrative Assistant, was really instrumental in getting us involved in CAMP and the merits of volunteering. We’ve volunteered for multiple mailing projects, the Black and White Beach Ball, Women’s FEST, and whatever Mickie calls and asks us to do!
What’s your best memory volunteering at CAMP Rehoboth?
Meeting the other volunteers and helping the people who come to these events.
What does CAMP Rehoboth mean to you?
Fun, informative, educational, and it brings people from all different walks of life together.
First thought that comes to mind when you hear the word “Rehoboth.”
For us, Rehoboth means two things…the beach and acceptance.
Assuming you live or visit here year round, what’s your favorite thing to do in the off season?
We enjoy going to the beach and exploring all that the downtown area has to offer. However, we stay away from downtown most of the summer.
If you could spend a full day with one person, who would it be? Why?
Path: Dolly Parton, because I respect and admire her as a strong woman. Cindy: Joe Paterno, because I respect him as having been a fair and honorable but flawed man. I’d like to talk football with him.
Fast forward or rewind? If you could go ahead in time or back, which would you pick and why?
Cindy would go back…I loved my childhood era because it was simpler and society seemed safer and we communicated with each other in person more than we do today. Path, on the other hand, would go ahead. I would love to be on the first star ship that explores our universe.
Hostesses-with-the-Mostesses! If you could pick any four people to invite for dinner, who would it be and why those people?
Cindy: Bill and Hillary Clinton, they have had so many life experiences and seem to be down-to-earth people. Path: John Wayne, I would like to throw a couple back with him and see the twinkle in his eye for myself. And Katherine Hepburn, I just find her exciting.
Lost! If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three things would you want with you (other than food and water)?
Bible, Swiss Army Knife, and sunglasses.
Early bird or night owl? Why?
We are both night owls. We hate mornings!
You’ve won the lottery. What’s the first thing you’d do with your winnings?
Path: I’d like to start a foundation to help the forgotten people of the world. Cindy: I’d pay all of my bills.
Favorite part of a wedding?
Cindy: When a couple is introduced for first time as wife and wife, etc. Path: The kiss!
People who don’t pick up their dog’s dirt and then complain there isn’t a dog park. DUH!!!
What was your last New Year’s Resolution and how long did it last?
We don’t know and have stopped making them since we’ve never kept any we’ve made.
Name the best and worst jobs you’ve ever had?
The best for sure has been SMB Real Estate Photography! We love setting our own schedule and not having to get up early and punch a time clock. We both plead the fifth for the worst.
One favorite food? One food you’d never eat?
Path: Favorite, my mom’s pot roast. Cindy: chicken pot pie, Lancaster County style. Neither of us would ever eat raw oysters.
If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be?
Path: I always wanted to live at the beach, so I’m already living my dream. Cindy: Northern California.
What are you most thankful for?
Our love for one another and our life together because it is now complete…after having been in love and living separately for 25 years.
CAMP Rehoboth is blessed to have the support of wonderful people like both of you, Path and Cindy. You help enrich and strengthen our organization and also our lives. Our sincere thanks!
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