Peggy Lee Snow

April 6, 1952January 31, 2021

Peggy Lee Snow, 68, of Davenport, IA, passed away Sunday, January 31, 2021 following a brief illness at Trinity Hospital in Bettendorf, Iowa where her four children surrounded her as she peacefully entered Heaven's gates.

Cremation rites have been accorded. A celebration of life service will be held at Adventure Christian Community Church on Saturday February 27, 2021 at 2pm. Words of comfort and remembrance, followed by food and fellowship. Casual attire, please. Masks are required. Memorials, in her honor, may be made to the church. Online condolences may be expressed at

Peggy was born April 6, 1952, to Gale and Hazel (Tyler) Isenberg in Davenport, IA. On January 16, 1971, she married her one and only true love Ronald Snow at St. Mark's Church in Davenport. He preceded her in death on March 25, 2010.

Peggy was a most caring woman. She loved her family deeply, gave anything she could to help others. She was loyal, hardworking, kind, and had a heart of gold. As a member of Adventure Christian Community Church Peggy was part of the Matthew 25 ministry, Prayer shawl ministry, Cookie ministry, and Adventureland welcome center greeter. She loved doing the various Bible studies and classes that were offered. She loved to sing and dance along with the band during worship. Peggy was deemed the church 'hugger', hugging anyone she met.

Aside from church, Peggy was a longtime volunteer with Al-anon. Most recently she assisted with meal services at Spring Village, where she resided. Peggy was involved in every activity offered at Spring Village, always there to help in any way possible. She was deeply loved and will be sorely missed by residents and staff.

Those left to cherish and honor her memory are her daughters: Laura (Ron) Turcsak, Davenport, IA; Diane (Todd) Sambdman, Davenport, IA; Mary Snow, Silvis, IL; and her son, Dalen Snow, Davenport, IA; Bonus daughter's: Paris (Jesse) Johnson, St. Croix Falls, WI; Angie Guy, Rice Lake, Wisconsin; Fourteen grandchildren; sixteen great-grandchildren; her fur baby, Buddy Joe; brothers: Sonny (Eugenia) Isenberg, Ogden, AR; John (Sue) Isenberg, Ogdan, AR; David (Janie) Isenberg, Ashdown, AR; Kevin (Susan) Isenberg, Monroeville, AL; Paul Isenberg, Magnolia, AR; Craig (Lacetta) Isenberg, Conrad, MT; sisters: Sue (Kenn) Poe, Newton, KS; Joyce (Bob) Milem, Great Falls, MT; Lynn (Roger) Drapeaux, Ogden, AR; Dotty (Jimmy) Hayes, Okeechobee, FL; very special sister-in-law, Mary (Joe) Drapeaux, Davenport, IA; dear friends: Diane S., Shirley N., Maureen 'Babe' Keller, and Nancy H. Numerous nieces and nephews, all of whom she loved dearly.

She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Ronald; her parents; niece, Wanda Jo Isenberg; and fur baby, Cassie Doodle Snow.


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  • Celebration of Life

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Marcia Richards

February 24, 2021

I have known Peggy and family for 55 + years. I was so happy to be able to visit with her in Davenport a few years ago. I know her passing was devastating for so many. My prayers are with her family and close friends

Joyce Milem

February 24, 2021

My dear sister Peggy, your laugh and your smile, your funny little ways will live in my heart forever. I will remember the kindness you have always shown to everyone you met. You will be missed from our family circle until we are reunited in Heaven. Your sister Joyce

Dale Snow

February 18, 2021

It took a special woman to continually love a son who at times may not have deserved so . Hospital visits for dumb stuff and phone calls from jail for dumber stuff. You knew I’d outgrow my anger and violence, you made me the loving father I came to be . If not for your constant love I’d have gone down a darker path . You had more kids than you birthed cause you was a mom to so many of our friends . I hope my daughters and my granddaughter turn out to be just as wonderful as you . My love for you will be with me til my last breath

Lynn Drapeaux

February 18, 2021

Peggy, I don't know what to say. we had so much together. we raised our kids together until they were teenagers. We'd do exercises at your house and the dog would get in our way, We would laugh til we cried.
Remember when you stayed with us while Ron was in the Marine Corps. People would call on the phone and not know who answered because our voices sounded alike. Then when you moved here we would go to Walmart and people would think we were twins.
We had so much fun as we grew up and had had our families, going back and forth to each others houses like we did with Marcia and Raeanne.
I know we didn't keep in touch like we used to, and I am so sad about that. I love you forever and ever. and we will see each other again.


February 11, 2021

Mary & Dale, I'm sorry for the loss of your mom. My thoughts & prayers are with you. -With Love, Amy Salsberry

Paul Isenberg

February 10, 2021

It is difficult to share memories when so many are lost within my mind.

When you have 10 siblings life is always full of adventures. Even though memories are fleeting, one thing that is not is the very closeness of brothers and sisters who truly love each other.

Peggy is not gone and will not be forgotten. She has gone from this temporary place on earth to a permanent home in heaven. She has gone where there is no pain, no suffering, no crying and no pain.

Sadness is a human response. There is nothing wrong with being sad. Even Jesus was sad. The shortest verse in the Bible is “Jesus wept.” It is what you do with your life after the sadness. Ecclesiastes 3:4 says “a time to weep.” The key words are “a time.” May this time for all of us be a short time.

Lean on each other, turn to each other, most of all love each other.


john isenberg

February 10, 2021

my sweet sister peggy you are the first of 11 siblings to get to see the face of GOD in his holy kingdom you were so loved on this earth and will be missed terribly you are reunited with our loving mother and your loving husband now along with many other family members and friends we on earth await the day we will be reunited with you and all who went before us until that day comes your in our thoughts and prayers daily i send all my love to you and those with which you are now rejoicing with in heaven and l await the day i will join you GOD BLESS YOU

Craig Isenberg

February 10, 2021

My dear sister Peggy, I miss you much,
I hurt for your kids who miss your touch,
So many people express their love,
For God’s newest Angel, who looks from above.

As your family prepares for a celebration of life,
We struggle for words to share your light,
Your life touched more than you’ll ever know,
We can say they all, loved the Snow.

An Isenberg first, it was your name,
Our world for sure, is never the same,
We shed tears for you, because you’re not here,
It’ll be a long time till we see clear.

Rejoice in heaven with family and friends,
Our love and hugs with you we send,
Most of all give Mom our love,
Until we meet you all in Heaven above.

Kelly Mooney

February 8, 2021

I want to thank you Peggy for being the mother I wasn't to Kylie. You took in Ayeshah as if she was your own . You made sure my girls aways were well taken care of. I want to also say thank you for being there for me. You are the root of a tree and will be so deeply missed. Give Ron a kiss and hug for me!!! I know you 2 are back together!!!!

Dotty Hayes

February 5, 2021

Peggy was very special to all us siblings. I remember when I was little, Peggy took me with her to some kind of youth center. All us kids sat in a circle on the floor and played a game called "Let's go on a bear hunt". I may not remember all of it, but I remembered enough to play it with my nephews down here, when they were young. Peggy and I were alot alike. When I spent the summer in California with her the year Dale was born, her friends were walking behind us and said, "Look, they even walk alike". That made me proud (even when Jimmy used to tease me and say I walked like a farmer). I miss her so much. After Jimmy died, she'd talk to me for hours. She knew what I was going through. Now she's in Heaven with Ron and Mom and so many other loved ones. I asked Jimmy to give her a big hug for me. Even with all my grief and tears, I thank God that she was a Christian and now that she's with Him, she won't have any more pain. She is fully restored to health and no longer has pain in her hand, shoulder, or feet. Peggy, I love you with all my heart and will try to remember you are in a better place, even though I am selfish and want you back here with us. Your baby sister, Dotty