Lewis G. Snow

lewis snow

April 30, 1968 ~ February 5, 2019

Resided in: Colorado Springs, CO

Lewis G. Snow, 50, of Colorado Springs, passed away suddenly on Feb. 5, 2019. He was born in Pueblo, Colo. to Lewis O. and Kathleen (Conger) Snow. He shared his life with his fiancé, Kaylene Schmidt; children, Cody Snow, Brittney (Zac) Maroni and Brooke Snow (Brandon Cordova); grandchildren, Jaiden, Camryn, Harper and Sophia; father, Lewis O. (Laura) Snow; siblings, Luther (Shannon) Snow, Gwenna Snow (Mike Zadel), Gena Snow and Jennifer (Ron) Niemann; and numerous nieces, nephews and family members. Preceded in death by his mother, Kathleen (Conger) Snow. Lewis worked at both Sinton and Meadowgold Dairy totaling over 27 years and was very dedicated and hardworking. He enjoyed being on his boat, going to car shows, gun shows, boat shows and spending time with his family and grandchildren. Lewis' fun nature, humor and stubbornness will forever be remembered. Celebration of life, 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019, at Ecumenical Church of Pueblo West, 434 S. Conquistador Ave., Pueblo West. Memorials may be made to the Snow children. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I have known the Snow family practically my entire life. I am truly sorry for your loss!!! I feared and respected Lewis as I was growing up, the day he talked to me as a friend and a equal was a highpoint in my life!! I pray for peace and comfort to the family!!

  2. Sincere condolences to all the Snow family during this difficult time. May God wrap his loving arms around all of you. Sending prayers and love.

  3. Dear Snow family, I am sad to hear of Lewis passing, many memories at the Snow house for afterglows from church. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time, may your many precious memories offer you comfort and peace.

  4. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of Lewis’s family and friends at this time. Lewis has a smile that could light up a room. Caring, compassionate, funny, witty, and full of life. I will forever be grateful that he was brought into our families lives and he has left us with a lasting memory that we will cherish always. Rest In Peace Lewis. We find comfort knowing that your are no longer in pain and among angels and watching over us. Our condolences with love.

  5. My deepest condolences to the entire family. I will never forget the laughs and fun times I spent with Lewis. I waited every Monday morning for 530 am so we could share laughs and jokes that made my day end well. I am forever grateful that I was able to call you my friend. My thoughts and prayers with you and your family

  6. To the Snow Family. I loved working with Lewis he will be forever in our hearts. My prayers with you and all your loved ones during this time.

  7. My deepest condolences to the Snow family. I essentially grew up with Luther as a friend and knew Lewis just as long. I can’t begin to tell you how many walks home or rides to and from school or the crazy conversations the brothers and I shared as teenage boys…And I have to ask again…. just how do you start this car with your finger??? Lewis treated me like a brother and I respected and admired that immensely. I thank you for your friendship, kindness, and fellowship. Fair winds my friend.

  8. To the family,
    My name is Bob Landreth,I worked with Lew for many years at Meadow Gold Dairy.Lew was a great guy,very well liked by his fellow employees and his customers.
    Please accept my and my families sincere condolence at your loss.
    Lew was a very hard worker and he loved his family,in my book he had some of life’s best traits.

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