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Jean Snow

Jean Louise Snow (Brown)

June 14th, 1923 - August 17th, 2020
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Obituary

JEAN LOUISE WOODMAN SNOW (NEE BROWN)
1923 – 2020

It is with great sadness that the family of the late Jean Louise Woodman Snow (nee Brown) announce her passing at her home in Grand Falls-Windsor, NL on August 17, 2020. Jean was a member of the United Church Women, Masonic Ladies, and was a Red Cross volunteer and a Hospital Auxiliary volunteer. Jean previously worked with the Buchans Mining Company. She is predeceased by her husband, Arthur Snow, parents, Hannah and Cyril Brown, brothers, George and Cyril, sister-in-law, Beatrice, and niece, Verna Rothbury. Leaving to mourn with fond and loving memories are her sons David (Julie) of Grand Falls-Windsor, NL, and Derrick of Oshawa, ON. Also leaving to mourn are her grandchildren, Matthew (Laurie), Heather, Richard (Amelia), Lacey Burtt (Scott), and Stephen, great-grandchildren, Matthew, Marcus, Lillian, Carter, and Keira, special friends, Thelma Green and Kim Brown, along with a large circle of family and friends. Rev. Kim Waite will conduct a private family service at Central Funeral Homes Chapel. Interment to follow at the Interfaith Cemetery, Grand Falls-Windsor. No flowers by request. Donations may be made in her memory to the Memorial United Church. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Michael Goodyear of Central Funeral Homes.
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Bridget Taylor Barker

Posted at 12:43am
David & Derrick.
Sorry to hear about your Mom’s passing. A beautiful lady inside and out. I have so many precious memories regarding your Mom from growing up in Buchans. She was our next door neighbour. Your Mom had such a loving & generous heart . Your Mom touched the hearts of many including mine . David & Derrick your Dad is now finally at peace knowing his Jean is finally at his side .
May your Mom & Dad continue to Rest In Perfect Peace . Love & Hugs always. God Bless you both ❤️.
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Rita Turrini

Posted at 06:39pm
To the entire Snow family and especially David and Derrick I am so very sorry that we have lost Aunt Jean. She was a ray of sunshine in many of my days and I will miss her love and humor along with you. I'm so sorry I couldn't make it up for the service but I know that she had so many lovely friends that were there. I will never ever forget the many good and happy times we had in Florida with Uncle Art and then later in Newfoundland!!!! Love and prayers to all of the family. Rita Turrini
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Jody Coady

Posted at 09:18am

Violet said Mrs. Snow was a "super lady". So very sorry for your loss.
Lewis and Coady family.
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Lynn & Frank Downey

Posted at 08:27pm
We are sorry for your loss of your mother. Our thoughts are with you and your family during these difficult times.
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Kimberly D. Pardy

Posted at 01:42pm
To the Snow family,

My sincere sympathies on the loss of your mother, grandmother, great-grandmother.

Our cousin Jean was ever present in our family's lives when I was growing up. Saturday hopping trips were more special stopping in to see Jean and Art were always special. There was always a welcome at her door and cookies...oh the cookies! I remember many holidays at the dinner table with Jean, Art and my grandmother ( Jean's Aunt Violet). Christmas time, New Year's, Easter, or simply a Sunday dinner was always more special when she and Art arrived. What engaging conversations. Most prominently, I remember the time they talked about a trip to the Canary Islands. At that time, I had no idea where it was. Jean took the time to show me all the places they were off to on that trip in our big Reader's digest Atlas.

I would often see her when I was a young adult working in Grand Falls, riding my bike past her house going to a friend's. There was always an invite and a stop for a visit passing by.

I had planned to visit this Spring to see her and my mom but Covid-19 prevented travel. I last saw Jean the night of my father's funeral. Jean had wanted to attend but it wasn't possible. She was appreciative of the flower arrangement I brought to her. We had tea and talked about the book she was reading on her tablet and the changes in technology and our lives over the years. Most of all she listened. In those 3 hrs, my sense of loss shifted. She gave me perspective on life, love, family and made me feel loved. Jean was an inspiration to all that knew her. She will live on in the lessons she taught us simply by living and loving life. We will all miss her dearly.
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