Marjorie Ann Snow

Marjorie Ann Snow

1930 – 2024

Marjorie Ann Mcgehee was born February 4,1930 on her grandparents farm in Bentonville, Arkansas to Carl E. Mcgehee and Maud Epperson Mcgehee. She had three older brothers, Carl, Everette, and Harvey. They all grew up in Berryhill, Tulsa, Oklahoma. In 1949, she married James E. Snow and had two children, Marjorie Anne “Marcy” and James David Snow. She raised these two children as a single parent working in law offices, the oil and gas industry, and the last 30 years at Oklahoma county for Judge Parr and then as a clerk in the community services department. She worked full time until the age of 86. She attended Church at the Memorial Road Church of Christ and was a faithful woman of God. She was a very hard working woman, but her passion was the arts. She went to night school and earned a bachelor’s and a masters degree. She loved to paint, sculpt, and even wrote a book of fiction as her masters thesis. She was a great mother and grandmother to Joseph Lee Dunkin, (Danni li) Andrew David Snow (Camron Crosby) and Madisen Elise Snow. She was great-grandmother to Fiona Li as well as nieces and nephews she loved. She missed her parents and her brothers who all preceded her and wanted to go “home.” The family would like to thank Dr June Ivey, Dr Saed Naqvi, the staff at Jasmine Estates and Bristol Hospice for their excellent and compassionate care. We hope she is having a great reunion right now with her beloved family in Heaven. Donations instead of flowers can be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, OU Children’s Hospital or any animal rescue.

Interment will be held at Memorial Park Cemetery in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

2 thoughts on “Marjorie Ann Snow”

  1. Pat Klinglesmith

    David, Marcy, and each of Marjories beloved family members. Please know how sorry I am for the loss of your mother and grandmother. She was a wonderful person. I will miss her and the times we shared. I know her homecoming is a joy to behold. God’s blessings to all.

  2. Jeff Young

    I met marjorie for only a few days at Jasmine Estates when my sweet wife was also a resident. She was a busy little bee, propelling herself around in her wheelchair. I know that she is now at peace and that is a wonderful thing. My thoughts are with you and I know she will be missed.🙏🙏

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