OBITUARY

Shirley L. Snow

October 17, 1936May 2, 2019
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Shirley Lorraine Snow, 82, died Thursday, May 2nd after a lengthy illness. She was born in Staunton, VA on October 17th. She moved to Hampton and lived here for 62 years with her late husband. She is preceded in death by her parents, John Walker Callison and Lillie Tinsley Callison, husband, Clifford Snow, son, Daniel Snow and grandson, Clifford Snow II.

She is survived by her two sons, Michael Snow and Jeffrey Snow, one daughter, Eugenia Bryant, ten grandchildren; Devvy Gage, Chris Snow, Felicia Howell, Beth Snow, Michael Snow, Jr., Christina Fortune, Michael Maine, Jeremy Maine, Jeffrey Snow, Austin Snow, and 16 great-grandchildren.

The family will receive friends on Thursday, May 9th from 10 am to 12 pm at Parklawn Wood Funeral Home Chapel; a Celebration of Life will follow. Interment will follow the service at Hampton Memorial Gardens.

Friends are encouraged to visit www.parklawn-woodfh.com to share memories and offer words of condolence with the family.

  • FAMILY

  • John Walker Callison, Father
  • Lillie Tinsley Callison, Mother
  • Clifford Snow, Husband
  • Daniel Snow, Son
  • Michael Snow, Son
  • Jeffrey Snow, Son
  • Eugenia Bryant, Daughter
  • Clifford Snow, II, Grandchild
  • Devvy Gage, Grandchild
  • Chris Snow, Grandchild
  • Felicia Howell, Grandchild
  • Beth Snow, Grandchild
  • Michael Snow, Jr., Grandchild
  • Christina Fortune, Grandchild
  • Michael Maine, Grandchild
  • Jeremy Maine, Grandchild
  • Jeffrey Snow, Grandchild
  • Austin Snow, Grandson
  • Mrs. Snow also leaves sixteen great-grandchildren to cherish her memory.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, May 9, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Service Thursday, May 9, 2019

Memories

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Eugenia Bryant

May 10, 2019

Mom the last seven months we had together will always be a precious memory to me. Your laughter and love for the things you did and the people you met made me so proud that you were my mom. I am going to miss you so much but your memories will be with me forever. I am so sorry for the last two months of your life and wished that there was something I could have done to take away the pain that you endured. I'm glad that you are no longer suffering and that you have went home to your Father, family and friends. Please make a special place for me as I will join you one day. Until then know that I will always be your loving daughter.

Terri Smith

May 8, 2019

My greatest memory of sweet Aunt Shirley was her contagious laughter. She always made me, her niece, feel special. I remember visiting with Aunt Shirley and Uncle Gene in the summer and we would all head off to the beach. I remember going out on a speed boat with them and other family members and hitting those waves so hard the boat would sail up off the water. And I remember finding shells of the horseshoe crabs. And bringing one home with me. I was such a small girl and Aunt Shirley and her loving family always made me feel welcome. I miss her love. I will miss her laughter. I will miss her😢. Love always and fond memories to carry with me forever ❤️

SHARON and JACK SMITH

May 8, 2019

Aunt Shirley and I shared our middle names and our passion for cross-stitching. I remember fondly our beach vacations at her home. We had such fun! Our prayers are with you as we all grieve losing her.

Ella and Paul Bennett

May 8, 2019

My sister Shirley will be missed. She never forgot to visit us. We will miss her visits and her smile. Our deepest thoughts are with her family today and our prayers are with you always.

Teresa Whelan

May 7, 2019

Eugenia, Mike and Jeff,
Aunt Ella and Uncle Paul wanted to let you know that you are in their prayers.

Teresa Whelan

May 7, 2019

Aunt Shirley was always so full of energy and fun. She had a infectious laugh that would draw everyone into a happy mood. There are so many great memories of her at the beach or visiting with Grandma Callison in the kitchen. Before Dave and I married, we visited with Uncle Gene and Aunt Shirley while in the area. It was a great afternoon and he loved meeting them. It is a memory I cherish to this day. I loved her but am glad she is no longer suffering such pain. God has called her home and I am sure she is laughing with Uncle Gene and happy again.

Kathy Sturgill

May 7, 2019

One of the sweetest Ladies I’ve ever known! I know she will be missed greatly and Remember forever in her loved ones hearts and minds.
I know I will never forget her!

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