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Lloyd Thomas Snow, 46 of Blue Springs, MO passed away April 3, 2013. Memorial services will be held at 5 pm Saturday, April 6, 2013 at Heartland, Raytown, MO. Visitation will be held 5:00-7:00pm April 6, 2013 at Heartland Cremation and Burial Society.
Mr. Snow was born August 18, 1966 in Kansas City, MO and was raised in the Northeast area by Robert Mitchel and Frances Marie Snow and attended Northeast High School with his sister Tracy Lynn and brothers Richard Raymond and Robert Clark Snow. He enjoyed his time traveling throughout the U.S. building homes and shops after graduating from Job Corps in Pepsico, Georgia. He experienced living near the ocean when he briefly resided outside Los Angeles, California then shortly returned to Kansas City in 1988 where he met his soul mate and wife of 24 years, Monica Lyn Rangel. They became inseparable spending their time with friends and family before starting their own. He welcomed his first child, Tracy Lyn Snow on December 22, 1992 and then his son, Lloyd David Snow born March 11, 1999. His favorite job was being a dad, waking his kids up for school with tickles and back rubs and being ornery joking with his children. He loved grilling, attending family barbeques and his Sunday Football. He was the die-hard chiefs fan even had high hopes for this upcoming season. He could make a friend with anyone that crossed his path and would help anyone who asked even when it was beyond his reach. We were blessed to have him and we will love and miss him always and forever.
He was preceded in death by his father, Bob Snow and sister, Tracy Snow. His survivors include his wife, Monica Snow, daughter, Tracy Snow, son, Lloyd D. Snow, mother, Frances Snow-Edwards, brothers, Richard and Robert Snow and nephews, Phillip and Charlie Ramsey.
Memorial contributions are suggested to his children and their education.
Mitch Snow says
Will miss ya buddy, thanks for being a friend. Smile down upon the ones you love.
LORETTA FRAZIER says
I am very sorry for your loss. i knew Lloyd forever. he was always a part of my childhood in Northeast. Life is very precious and I thank my GOD everyday. He will be remembered dearly and you are in my prayers and good wishes. thank you Ms. Loretta Frazier
Patricia Rick says
I just saw the message on the internet so I would like to say to the family that I’m very sorry for your loss. I knew loyde when we were kids so rest in peace my friend
Fran, I heard a few months ago. Someone told Glen and Robert. I feel for your loss. Lloyd would walk me home from work just to make sure I got home safe. He was a nice guy. I was glad to find this. I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one.