Diane E. Snow
Beloved daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great and great great grandmother, aunt and friend.
Our beautiful angelic mother of 90 years young passed away peacefully with family by her side in her Stansbury Park home on July 13, 2023 to enter the loving embrace of her eternal companion Virgil Don Snow and son Virgil Don Snow Jr.
Diane was born on November 12, 1932 in Hollywood, California to William Dale Aynes and Lucile Agnes Parker.
She was married for time and all eternity to her sweetheart Virgil Don Snow in the Salt Lake Temple on March 29, 1955.
Through the life of our dearest mother their union grew to 8 beautiful children, 25 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild.
Diane is survived by her children Debra Lynn Tucker, Cedar City, Utah.
Mary Ann Busby (Ron), Arlington, Texas.
Susan Bernice Shepherd (Mark), Azel, Texas.
Mark Spencer Snow, Draper, Utah.
Kathy Pennington (Donnie), West Jordan, Utah.
Jennifer Zepeda (Remberto), Stansbury Park , Utah.
Stephanie Anderson (Larry), Stansbury Park, Utah.
Diane grew up in Southern California and attended Whittier High School and also attended BYU for a short time.
Mom was always interested in what we all were doing in our lives.
She loved everyone and everyone loved her. Mom always had a smile on her face.
She enjoyed so much our family times we had with her. Mom enjoyed baking and made delicious banana nut bread and her traditional bunny cakes for all our family and her friends.
Mom always made the best Thanksgiving pies and she loved to do crafts. Crocheting was her favorite and she made many doilies, tea towels and afghans for all her children and grandchildren. Her embroidery work was exquisite. Mom also made baby booties for newborns in her ward and embroidered aprons for the missionaries and crocheted scarf's for the homeless.
Mom made our costumes for dance and dresses for her girls.
Mom was a homemaker and sometimes worked outside her home. Her favorite job was The Neighborhood House where see did secretary work.
Mom loved playing card games and was very competitive and was very strict with the rules.
Mom loved watching the Jazz, especially when Karl Malone and John Stockton played. She was a real Jazz fan!
Mom loved music. Her favorites were Elvis and Josh Groban.
Mom loved traveling to Texas, Washington, Hawaii, and California to visit her family.
Mom joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints when she was 15 years old. She held many callings in the church. Mom's favorite was being a visiting teacher and serving the Lord and her sisters she visited.
Mom has had a love of family history and was very devoted in doing Temple work.
She lived by her faith and loved the Lord and showed throughout her life a great example of compassionate service.
Mom's family was her everything. She is greatly loved and will be greatly missed.
In January, 2023, Susan and Mary Ann started a Bible study with our family on Zoom. We studied the book of John. Mom's favorite scripture was John 3:16.
Hallelujah Mother!!! Your earthly mission is completed with honors.
Diane is preceded in death by her parents William Dale Aynes and Lucile Agnes Parker, brother William Dale Aynes Jr., sister-in-law Jean Aynes, husband Virgil Don Snow and Albert Ray Snow , son Virgil Don Snow Jr., 3 grandchildren Bridgette Carmel Shepherd, Melissa Anne Busby-Jenkins, Jared Michael Tucker, and 1 great-grandchild Daxton Hunter Harrison.
We wish to thank the medical staff who cared for our mother during her last month here -- Mountain West Medical Center, the doctors, nurses and aides. Harmony Health Hospice -- Dawn, Maddi, Barbara and Crystal.
Funeral Services will be held Friday, July 21, 11:00 a.m. at the Porter Way Ward, 57 W Porter Way. Viewings will be held, Thursday, July 20, 6-8:00 p.m. at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road, and again Friday, July 21, 10-10:45 a.m at the Porter Way Ward.
Interment, Valley View Memorial Park, 4400 West 4100 South, West Valley City, Utah.
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