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Randall Max SNOW

Snow Cemetery
Lawrence County,

Max 05 Feb 1928 - 14 Apr 2001
Maggie 01 Feb 1927 - 12 Mar 2018

Marriage: 05 Mar 1948 recorded Lawrence County, Arkansas Book T-47

Randall Max Snow the son of Lee and Ella Sue (Duty) Snow. Maggie Lou (Kirkpatrick) Snow the daughter of W. Clifton and Maggie (Bottom) Kirkpatrick. Randall Max Snow served as a First Lieutenant in the United States Army during the Korean conflict (1950-1953).

Maggie Lou (Kirkpatrick) Snow
February 1, 1927 – March 12, 2018

Maggie Lou (Kirkpatrick) Snow was born on February 1, 1927 and passed away on March 12, 2018 in Hudsonville, Michigan.

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Maggie Snow
HUDSONVILLE, Mich. — Maggie K. Snow, 91, a native of Walnut Ridge, died Monday, March 12, 2018, at Providence Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Zeeland, Mich., following a recent fall and surgery. Since 2016, she had been a resident of Sheldon Meadows Assisted Living Center in Hudsonville, Mich.

Maggie was in born Walnut Ridge to W. Clifton and Maggie Bottom Kirkpatrick. A bright student, she graduated valedictorian from Walnut Ridge High School in the same class with her husband R. Max Snow, who preceded her in death in 2001. They had met in ninth grade and were married in March 1948 after Max had completed his first military service.

Maggie worked as a secretary in Walnut Ridge after graduation and during their early years of marriage. After Max's discharge from his second tour with the Army during the Korean Conflict, they moved to Memphis where Max was employed by Memphis Funeral Home.

Maggie worked at several different businesses in Memphis, including an interior design firm. Her keen sense of style was reflected in the decor of her home of more than half a century in Parkway Village, Memphis.

Maggie, an active member of the Baptist faith from her youth, was a longtime member of Parkway Village Baptist, Kensington Baptist and Audubon Park Baptist churches in Memphis, and later of the First Baptist Church of Water Valley, Miss. She was a devoted volunteer for church activities, serving in various offices, including as president for Women in Missions. She showed her care for others by providing transportation for church members to medical appointments and by visiting the sick and those in nursing homes.

During most of her life, Maggie was also active in the community, serving on advisory bodies for the Parkway Village Public Library and the post office. She was a strong supporter of AARP and once attended its national convention in Washington, D.C. She enjoyed traveling, visiting several parts of this country, Europe, the Caribbean and Tunisia with her husband and later traveling by herself to New Zealand, where she flew in a helicopter to land on a glacier and rode in a jetboat.

Maggie was an avid reader and a great lover of music, particularly of Broadway show music. She played piano, accompanying Max, who had a good singing voice. She enjoyed crafts and making things, especially Christmas ornaments to share with family and friends.

She was an avid correspondent, writing beautiful letters and sending cards on holidays or special occasions to family members and her many friends.

Maggie is survived by her son, Stephen R. Snow and daughter-in-law Betty Snow of Hudsonville, Mich.; her brother, Charles T. Kirkpatrick of The Woodlands, Texas; three grandchildren, Randall Snow, David Snow and Janet (Cruz) Martinez, all of Michigan; six great-grandchildren, Alexander Snow and Isabel, Rebecca, James, Eric and Emily Martinez, all living in Michigan; niece, Carol (Glenn) Labiosa and nephews Robert (Maggie) Kirkpatrick, Timothy (Leisa) Kirkpatrick and Michael (Cora) Kirkpatrick; and great-nephews and great-nieces, John Seamus, Liam, Sean, Ryan, Megan, Shannon; and Molly Kirkpatrick.

In addition to her husband R. Max Snow, a son, Kirk Duty Snow, preceded Maggie in death.

Funeral arrangements are by Memphis Funeral Home. A memorial service will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Memphis Funeral Home Poplar Chapel, preceded by 9 to 11 a.m. visitation. Burial will be the same day at approximately 3 p.m. in Snow Cemetery on Lawrence Road 416 in Walnut Ridge.

Memorials may be made to the Snow Cemetery Association, in care of Jim Mosier, 3977 Arkansas 117, Powhatan 72458-8506 or to the AARP Foundation.

Obituary provided courtesy of The Jonesboro Sun Jonesboro, Craighead County, Arkansas posted 16 Mar 2018.

Contributed on 5/16/08 by tootied
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Submitted: 5/16/08 • Approved: 3/16/18 • Last Updated: 3/19/18 • R21228-G21228-S3

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