Man remembers friend, Robert Snyder, killed in workplace attack

'It has been pretty heartbreaking for five days straight,' Will Harper says

WINTER PARK, Fla. – Will Harper was one of the hundreds gathered at Trick Shots in Winter Park to remember 69-year-old Robert "Bob" Snyder.

"Last night was when Bob came in during the evening and played league here. He came in pretty much ever day in the afternoon on his way home from work for a short period," Harper said.

As the days progress, the reality is setting in for some as funeral services begin.

"It has been pretty heartbreaking for five days straight. A lot of friends. A lot of calls. A lot of texts," Harper said.
Snyder's funeral is one of two being held Saturday.

Kevin Lawson's service is also taking place. News 6 has learned Kevin Clark's funeral will be held on June 12.

The information about the services for Jeffery Roberts will be kept private, News 6 was told by the funeral arrangement service.

News 6 is working on getting the details for Brenda Montanez-Crespo's funeral.

"I feel for the families. Obviously for Bob and his family," Harper said.

There is still no word on what the future will hold for Fiamma. But for people like Harper, he told News 6 his concern is focusing on remembering his friend's life.

"Just kind of cherish what (sic) Bob was which was kind, caring," Harper said. "Loved his friends, loved playing pool with his friends. Loved his family and I'm sure if the other victims were working with Bob then they were probably pretty much the same way."