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Snyder, Kiley, Toohey, Corbett & Cox, LLP.



Retired - 2020

Founding Partner

Mr. Snyder was born in Saratoga Springs in 1931.  He founded SKTCC in 1955 and grew the firm into one of the most respected in the Greater Saratoga region.


Mr. Snyder lived in Saratoga Springs with his wife Helen.  They have seven children and eleven grandchildren. 



Third Judicial Department Committee on Professional Standards

1984 to 1985

Saratoga County Bar Association

Executive Committee, 1980 to 2004

President, 1981 

New York State Bar Association

Member, 1955 

New York State Trial Lawyers Association

Member, 1955

Trial Lawyers Association

Member, 1955 


A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1954
J.D., University of Notre Dame, 1955


New York, 1955
U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York, 1960


The Adirondack Trust Company

Board Member, 1985 to 2011


New York State Racing Commission

Member, 1980 to 2013

Chairman, 1990 to 1995


New York State Thoroughbred Breeding & Development Fund

Director, 1980 to 2013 

The Hawley Foundation for Children

Board Member & President, 1980 to 2010 

Empire State College 

Council Member, 1977 to 197

Saratoga County Mental Health Board

Chairman, 1969 to 1981

Saratoga Springs Zoning Board

Chairman, 1969 to 1979

City of Saratoga Springs 

Supervisor,1962 to 1967 

Acting City Judge, 1969 to 1979

Saratoga Springs Democratic Committee

Chairman, 1960 to 1970




Retired - 2020

Mr. Toohey specializes in land use, planning and project financing.  He has worked as Council to the Saratoga County Industrial Development Agency.  Mr. Toohey has worked with project developers to obtain municipal approvals for commercial, single-family, and multi-family projects in the Towns of Wilton, Saratoga, Greenfield, Milton, Ballston, & Malta, as well as the City of Saratoga Springs.  He drafted the Planned Unit Development Legislation adopted by many of the towns and cities in Saratoga County.  


He resides in the City of Saratoga Springs with his wife Linda G. Toohey.  They have two daughters, Megan and Elizabeth, both of whom reside in Denver, Colorado. 


New York State Bar Association

Member, 1976 


Counsel to County of Saratoga Industrial Development Agency

New York State Bar Association General Practice Executive Committee

Member,1983 to 1989

Recipient of the New York Bar Association Root/Stimpson Award

Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow

Member of the Saratoga Springs Pillar Society

Recipient of Frederic J. Ressigue Memorial Award 

Recipient of Saratoga Springs Rotary Education Foundation Community Service Award


Saratoga Hospital

Trustee, 2012

Double "H" Hole in the Woods Ranch

Board Member, 2012 


Catholic Charities of Saratoga, Warren & Washington Counties

Board Member, 2005-2015


Saratoga Springs City Center Authority

Member, 1990 to 2012

Chairman, 1993 to 2012


Saratoga County YMCA

Board Member, 1979 to 1985

Chairman, 1983 to 1984 

President of the Board of Trustees, 1988-2012

Saratoga Springs Rotary Club

Board Member, 1981 to 1988

President, 1986 to 1987

Saratoga County Boy Scouts of America

Executive Council, 1982 to 1985

Greater Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce

Board Member, 1981 to 1990

Chairman, 1989

Historical Society of Saratoga Springs

Board Member, 1980 to 1981

Vice President of the Board, 1982 to 1983


B.S., Villanova University, 1972

J.D., Syracuse University, 1975


New York, 1976

U.S. District Court, Northern District

of New York, 1976


Founding Partner

Retired - 2000


Assistant city attorney 1975-1979


Saratoga Springs Planning Board 1978-1979

 Democratic Committee, Committeeman and President 

St. Peter's Church,



Member, Board of Directors, Farmworkers Legal Services of New York, Incorporated., 1990-1994.

Saratoga Central Catholic Hall of Fame,

Rev. Dominic Ingemie Alumni Award for Christian Leadership


University of Notre Dame, 1969

University of Colombia, 1974


U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York, 1975

Roger returned from service in Korea with the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War to Saratoga Springs to join in the legal practice of Harry Snyder, and became a founding partner in the firm of Snyder, Kiley, and Toohey, where he specialized in commercial transactions and banking law. Roger combined his legal expertise and his commitment to service in his long-time work for Legal Aid, doing much pro bono work himself and serving actively in running the Northeast Division of the New York Legal Aid Society. He was president of this organization from 1982-1984, received its Distinguished Service Award in 1987, and was also honored with the New York State Bar Association President's Pro Bono Service Award. 

Image by Robert Bye


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