OBITUARY

Patricia Lynn Snow

November 2, 1943October 19, 2018
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Patricia (Pat) Lynn Snow, 74, of Olive Branch MS, passed away unexpectedly on October 19th 2018 while visiting her son in Louisville Kentucky. Pat is survived by her life partner Jeff Stewart, her son Brian Casebier, and her granddaughters, Arianna and Leila Casebier. Pat was born on November 2nd, 1943 in Bowling Green Kentucky; she was preceded in death by her parents, Ralph Dewey & Dorothy Haden Wareham, and John Carroll Casebier, and Charles T. Snow. She graduated College High School and Western Kentucky University prior to earning licensure in Cosmetology. From there she embarked on a life that eventually settled in the Memphis area and ultimately Olive Branch, Mississippi. Back in the day, she was an advocate of the Grand Old Party, donated time to various County and State political initiatives, worked within local Government, and managed at least one successful House Seat campaign. She earned a delegate position at the 1980 Republican convention, and was invited to multiple presidential inaugurations; she made a difference. She retired from Kirby Pines Retirement Villages where she was an inspiration to residents and staff alike. She loved golf, her family and friends, her kitties and life. Throughout her life, she epitomized strength, stability, and selflessness. She was always true in character, a friend to everyone who knew her, loved with all her heart, momma to a grateful boy, a best friend, companion, and a beacon by which to steer; she will be greatly missed. Services will be at Brantley Funeral Home in Olive Branch on Friday, October 26, 2018 at 11:00 am; a visitation, will be from 10:30 am until service time.

  • FAMILY

  • Jeff Stewart, Life Partner
  • Brian Casebier, Son
  • Arianna Casebier, Granddaughter
  • Leila Casebier, Granddaughter
  • She was preceded in death by her parents, Ralph Dewey & Dorothy Haden Wareham, and John Carroll Casebier, and Charles T. Snow.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, October 26, 2018
  • Memorial Service Friday, October 26, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Patricia Mills

October 22, 2018

Pat is a dear, awesome friend of mine. We go back to The Memphis Bop Club and Kirby Pines Estates. She is such a wonderful person! I met Brian at Kirby when he was getting engaged and we were looking at the ring. She adored Brian and was so proud of his accomplishments. Then came the daughter she never had and she truly loved her, then--- along came the precious ones and Pat was was never more proud and overjoyed ! Jeff and Pat had a wonderful, loving partership. She adored him and they had so much fun together. I will miss Pat so much even tho I also live in Olive Branch, she was always golfing so we didn't see each other much but she will always be loved and never forgotten. May god bless the family.

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Biography

Patricia (Pat) Lynn Snow, 74, of Olive Branch MS, passed away unexpectedly on October 19th 2018 while visiting her son in Louisville Kentucky. Pat is survived by her life partner Jeff Stewart, her son Brian Casebier, and her granddaughters, Arianna and Leila Casebier. Pat was born on November 2nd, 1943 in Bowling Green Kentucky; she was preceded in death by her parents, Ralph Dewey & Dorothy Haden Wareham, and John Carroll Casebier, and Charles T. Snow. She graduated College High School and Western Kentucky University prior to earning licensure in Cosmetology. From there she embarked on a life that eventually settled in the Memphis area and ultimately Olive Branch, Mississippi. Back in the day, she was an advocate of the Grand Old Party, donated time to various County and State political initiatives, worked within local Government, and managed at least one successful House Seat campaign. She earned a delegate position at the 1980 Republican convention, and was invited to multiple presidential inaugurations; she made a difference. She retired from Kirby Pines Retirement Villages where she was an inspiration to residents and staff alike. She loved golf, her family and friends, her kitties and life. Throughout her life, she epitomized strength, stability, and selflessness. She was always true in character, a friend to everyone who knew her, loved with all her heart, momma to a grateful boy, a best friend, companion, and a beacon by which to steer; she will be greatly missed. Services will be at Brantley Funeral Home in Olive Branch on Friday, October 26, 2018 at 11:00 am; a visitation, will be from 10:30 am until service time.