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Elaine Reneau Snow

Tyler, Texas

May 7, 1931 – Oct 3, 2020 (Age 89)

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BORN
May 7, 1931
DIED
October 3, 2020
AGE
89
LOCATION
Tyler, Texas

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Burks-Walker-Tippit Funeral Directors - Tyler Obituary

Services for Elaine R. Snow, 89, of Tyler, TX, will be held on Tuesday, Oct 6, 2020 at 1:00 PM at Forest Park West cemetery in Shreveport, LA under the direction of Jackson's Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home.


 Elaine Snow passed away on Oct 6 at home surrounded by her family.


 Elaine was born May 7, 1931 in Manchester, OK to Sam & Velma Reneau.


 Elaine graduated from Medford High School in Medford, OK and later completed her degree in nursing in Enid, OK. She met her husband, Dr. Walter T. Snow at the VA Hospital in Dallas, TX.  They raised their family in Shreveport, LA while he worked at Willis Knighton Memorial Hospital and later in DeRidder, LA at Beauregard Memorial Hospital where they both worked.  She loved to ride horses and spent much of her life riding.


Elaine was preceded in death by her father & mother, 3 brothers, Ellis, Winston & Philip; and 2 grandchildren, Andrew Michael Packer and Christopher Wade Snow.


Elaine is survived by four brothers Joe, Merlin, Paul & Steve, one sister Bonnie Cox, her 5 children, Lana Packer, Corwin Snow, Paul Snow, Sarah Jorden & Jeff Snow, 19 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.


Her grandchildren will serve as pallbearers.


A memorial gathering will be held at 12:30 PM, Wednesday, October 7 outside at Rosewood Estates.


If desired, memorials may be made to Kainos-EV, a 501C3 Christian Ministry to help those who have been forced into prostitution find a new life, at  www.kainos-ev.com/donate.

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I love you Aunt Elaine and will miss you.

So sorry to hear of her passing. Such a sweet lady and so was her husband. Have thought of her often, as we pass by her old DeRidder home frequently. May God provide comfort at this difficult time.
Debbie and Tommy Hennigan

My dear sweet Aunt Elaine, I will miss you. Be at Peace.

Prayers and hugs to you all as you engage this time of loss. Have so many fond memories of this sweet lady from growing up in Shreveport. Much love to her children.

She was such a loving person I will miss her at the Reneau family reunion's where I first met her and got to know about her and her family. Till we meet again, I love you, I wish I told you that more often.

May you rest in peace and love kind Aunt Elaine. Your niece, Natalie.

So sorry to hear about Aunt Elaine. She was always so friendly and had a wonderful conversation with her last time I saw her at Bonnie's home. She loved her family very much.

Corwin, I am so sorry to hear that your mother passed. But, what a privilege that you were with her. Praying for you and your family.

Y’all were truly blessed to have such remarkable Christian parents.