Brad Snow

Obituary of Brad Tod Snow

Brad Tod Snow, age 66, died in the arms of his loving wife of 47 years. He married Cheryl “Cheri” Belert on May 3, 1974. God blessed Brad multiple times with talents he used to bless many. He was a Federally Certified Journeyman Boilermaker/Fabricator/Welder Specialist; a Federally Certified Journeyman Industrial Carpenter; and he was a licensed Michigan State Residential Builder for 30 years. Brad served 17 years as a Volunteer Firefighter/EMT for Larkin Township and 17 years as a Reserve County Sheriff Officer in Midland, Michigan. He worked at The Dow Chemical Company for 30 years. Brad was not only gifted, he was creative and artistic. He did amazing ironwork which showcased his abilities in both commercial and residential applications. Brad and Cheri are immensely proud of their two children, April (Clayton) Powelson of Alma, MI and Joshua (Tabitha) Snow of Harrison, MI. Brad loved to spend time with, hunt and fish with his grandchildren Connor and Katie Snow; and, Amalia and Jeffery Powelson. Brad is survived by his mother Mildred (Todd) Snow; sisters, Brenda (Gary) Boots, Bonita Snow, and Bridget Snow-Swantek; one brother, Blair (Renee) Snow; along with nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father, Teddy Snow; and brothers-in-law, David Lanphierd, Doug Hall and Darrell Swantek. The family is planning a grave-side service at a later date. Pastor Timothy Sheridan will officiate. In lieu of flowers, those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society or the charity of the donor's choice. To sign online guestbook, visit Arrangements have been made with the Cremation Society of Mid Michigan 1-989-892-1772.
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