Hubert ("Bud") M. Snow, Jr.

May 26, 1927April 23, 2013
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Hubert M. Snow Jr.

NEW BERN – Hubert M. “Bud” Snow, 85, died peacefully April 23, 2013 at CarolinaEast Medical Center following a long illness.

He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Connie (Brewer) Snow; his beloved cat “Lucy;” son, Alan Snow and wife, Joyce of New Bern; daughter Andrea Snow of Rockport, Massachusetts; grandson Paul Snow, granddaughter Kelly Snow, and great granddaughter Mariah Snow all of Hamilton, Massachusetts; one niece and several nephews; and many friends.

He is preceded in death by his parents Hubert and Augusta (Woodbury) Snow; sister Virginia Bray; and brother Randall.

He was born in Salem, Massachusetts in 1927 and grew up in nearby Beverly. Lifelong Beverly residents, in 1989 Bud and Connie relocated to their retirement home in New Bern. Following graduation from Governor Dummer Academy in 1947 and service with the Massachusetts Army National Guard, Bud began his long and successful banking career, ultimately earning the position of executive vice president. He graduated, with honors, from Brown University’s Graduate School of Savings Banking. He was active in many groups and organizations, including Beverly’s Dane Street Congregational Church, the Beverly Cove Improvement Association, the Essex County (banking) Forum, the Savings Bank Officers Club, the Lynn (Mass.) Camera Club, the First Presbyterian Church of New Bern, the New Bern Camera Club (where he served as president), the Scottish Heritage Society of Eastern North Carolina, the local AARP Chapter, and the Lower Neuse Bird Club. Always devoted to his family, Bud and his loved ones enjoyed snow skiing, camping, travel, photography, and caring for their pets. In retirement, Bud and Connie enjoyed several memorable trips across America and abroad. An expert “do-it-yourselfer,” he thoroughly enjoyed maintaining and improving his home and property with talents in carpentry, plumbing, electricity, painting, and landscaping. Bud enjoyed life!


  • Memorial Service Monday, May 6, 2013

Hubert ("Bud") M. Snow, Jr.

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Barbara Runcie

May 6, 2013

Dear Mrs. Snow, Alan & Joyce: I was saddened to hear of your family's loss. The video is lovely and very touching. I'm sure he's looking down now and smiling at the tribute you put together for him. You and your families are in my thoughts and prayers. ?? Barbara Runcie (Kalamazoo, MI)

Maureen Mondazzi

May 6, 2013

"Dear Mrs Snow, Alan and Joyce. "I was so sorry to hear about your loss. I know this is a very sad and difficult time for you and your family. You have my very deepest sympathy."

Kelly Snow

May 5, 2013

Dear Dad, Joyce, Grandma and Auntie Andee,
I watched and read about Grandpa's life. He was alot of fun and we had great memories together. I realize now he's at peace and he can finally rest. I love being his only granddaughter.

Randall & Rosemary Snow

May 5, 2013

Dear Connie, Alan & Joyce, Andrea, and all the family,
we are so sorry about Bud's passing. Your video evidenced Bud's love of family and 'Lucy the cat', warmth, intelligence, and sense of humor. We are pleased that we will see you at Bud's memorial service.

Ran & Rosemary

May 5, 2013

Aunt Connie Alan and Andrea, Richard and I send our deepest sympathy on the passing of Uncle Bud. He is at peace now. Richard and Nancy Snow(Aventura.Fl)

Randall and Rosemary Snow

May 5, 2013

Dear Connie, Alan & Joyce, Andrea, and all the Family, We are so sorry about Bud's passing. The photos show how full Bud's life was and evidence his love of family and "Lucy the Cat," warmth, intelligence, and sense of humor. He was a wonderful Uncle. We're glad we will be with you at the memorial services.
Love, Ran and Rosemary

Robert Snow

May 5, 2013

Connie, Alan, Joyce, Andrea and extended family. Barbara and I wish to express our most heartfelt sympathy and thoughts for the passing our favorite Uncle Bud. He so much reminded me (Robert), of my father with his looks and his sense of humor and witty expressions. We had such a memorable time together last November and I am sure this would also make my father so happy to know how much we cared and loved Uncle Bud. He was a true gentleman and good natured man in all ways that will leave positive and warm indelible memories of his time on this earth. We look forward to seeing all the family again and share our warm thoughts about Uncle Bud and keep our memories of him to console us all and we shall keep him and his family in our prayers.

Love always, Robert & Barbara

Tory sabino

May 5, 2013

hi Alan! I'm so sorry for your loss of your father!

May 5, 2013

Dear Joyce & Alan, We are sorry for your loss and that we did not have an opportunity to get to meet and know Bud. I think he would have made a great addition to the Thursday Breakfast Club. Know that we are thinking of you and Connie. Joyce & Dennis

Jeff Clairmont

May 4, 2013

Will add your dad to the prayer book when Tom and I go to church tomorrow. He is now at peace and all his suffering has ended. May all your fond memories sustain you through this difficult time.