A service of celebration was held at Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Marshall on November 23rd for Dr. Carolyn Sue Broadus Snow. She was 79, and was born to Paul and Ruth Broadus on February 9, 1939, and went to be with the Lord November 21, 2018. Carolyn is preceded in death by her parents and her brother Don Broadus.
She is survived by her brothers Edwin Broadus and David Broadus and her sister Mary Brown and sister-n-law, Jean Crawley and by her beloved husband of 62yrs, Dr. David Snow and by their children and spouses Richard and wife Donna Snow, Nancy and husband Terry Davis, Randall Snow, Amy Ruth Snow, Russell and wife Alice Ann Snow, and by seven grandchildren: Jami Snow, Aron Bonner, Samantha and husband Dan Leade, Jessica and husband Randall Wiler, Ashley Allee, Paul Allee, Michael Snow, and by thirteen great-grandchildren, Khrystalynn, Caroline, Beth, Katelyn, Hailey, David, Allison, Luna, Freya, Corvid, Zaira, Zane, Nathan and great-great-grandchild Karsyn.
She retired as professor of Behavioral Sciences from ETBU as faculty member and administrator after 27 years, holding BS, MS and Ed.D degrees from East Texas State University. She also held Texas LSW and LPC licenses.
Carolyn served on several boards in the city. She was a faithful member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Marshall, serving as an elder and on several committees. Ten years ago She and husband David founded Marshall’s My Friend’s House, Inc., a private non-profit helping agency that has developed into a homeless shelter and thrift store, providing lodging, clothing and necessities helping those who are in need of assistance, serving as president at her death.
Serving as pall bearers were Richard, Randall, Russell, Amy, Aron and David.
The family requests that donations be made to Marshall’s My Friend’s House, Inc. (1203B E Grand Ave, PMB 297, Marshall, TX75670)