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Marianne Snow

Obituary
  • "The word "Hero" is thrown around far too much but in your..."
    - David Hageman
  • "Marianne was a terrific victim's advocate and a class act...."
    - Bryan Feigenbaum
  • "Marianne was my mentor when I became a volunteer Victim..."
    - Teresa Rice
  • "A true friend remains in the heart even when separated by..."
    - Shirley Keesling
  • "I know you are in heaven ,and may you rest in peace. You..."
    - Linda Kenney

Funeral service for Marianne Snow, 61, who went to be with Our Lord with her family by her side on Feb. 3, 2014, will be held Saturday at 1:00 pm at the Dale Woodward Funeral Home, 167 Ridgewood Ave., Holly Hill with Wiley Lowe officiating. Friends wishing to call and pay their respects may do so Friday from 5 pm until 7 pm at the funeral home. Marianne was born in Holly Hill, graduated from Mainland High School and had been a life long resident of the area. She was a devoted Victim Advocate with the State Attorney's Office, 7th District Circuit Court, and received the Victim Advocate's Distinguished Service Award in 2008 for her outstanding service. She was a founding member and director of We Organize Against Rape (W.O.A.R.), starting the first Rape Crisis center in Volusia County. She served with the Domestic Violence Council and was a member of the Victim Services Coalition. These awards and accomplishments are only a few, she spent many years volunteering and received many awards for her tireless efforts. Marianne enjoyed crafting, shopping and cherished her role as "Nana." In lieu of other remembrances the family suggests donations be made to Halifax Health Hospice, 3800 Woodbriar Tr., Port Orange, FL 32129. She was preceded in death by her father, David L. Hageman in 2007. Survivors include three daughters, Jessica Juliano (Brandon), Oviedo, FL, Katelyn Lanyon (Drew), Port Orange, FL and Andrea Pelecki (Darron), Satellite Beach, FL; a son, Michael Snow, Port Orange, FL; her mother, Marianne Hageman, Holly Hill; a sister, Flossie Evans (Sonny), Ormond Beach; two brothers, David Hageman (Michelle), Houston, TX and Bart Hageman (Susan), Ormond Beach; and eight adored grandchildren. Condolences may be shared at www.dalewoodwardfuneralhomes.com



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Published in Daytona Beach News-Journal on Feb. 5, 2014
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