Jack David Snowden
October 3, 1958  -  May 17, 2019

Jack David Snowden

Jack David Snowden was born October 3, 1958 in Anderson, Indiana to Jack Lee and Georgia Jane (Hitchcock) Snowden. He went peacefully asleep at home and woke up in Heaven on May 17, 2019.

Jack grew up in Anderson, Indiana attending Brentwood Elementary followed by Heritage Christian School in Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1966, Jack accepted the LORD at the age of 8 with the guidance of his Mother. The Family moved to Farmers Branch, Texas in 1974 and Jack graduated from Heritage Christian Academy in 1977. He attended two semesters of college but decided to pursue a career in water and wastewater. In his more than 25 years in the business, he obtained licenses in water and wastewater to be an operator and for laboratory. During his career, he was an Operator, Laboratory Technician, Laboratory Director and started up and operated a Wastewater Plant. For the last 15 ½ years he and Karen, whom he married in 1999, have owned and operated Snowden Cleaning Service. The last two years he also had the joy of loving, laughing with and helping educate children as a Substitute Teacher for the Stilwell Public Schools.

Jack was blessed with a great musical talent. He enjoyed singing and playing his guitar. He also enjoyed golfing, hunting and anything nature but most of all he enjoyed time spent with family.

Jack was proceeded in death by his Parents and Stepmother Robbye Snowden.

He is survived by his Wife Karen of the home, Brother Dan (Nong) Snowden of Plano, Texas, Sisters Helen (Billy) Foster of Killeen, Texas and Jan (Phil) Goff of Gentry, Arkansas, Stepsister Debra Doss of San Antonio,TX, Stepbrother David (Liz) Doss of New Braunsfels, Texas and Stepsister Dayna (Robert) Parker of San Antonio, Texas. Three Cousins Bobby (Brenda) Willoughby, Drew (Sue) Willoughby and Greg (Terri) Waggoner. Brother in law JR Ganson of Siloam Springs, Arkansas and Sister in law Pam (Larry Dale) Rowan of Stilwell, Oklahoma. Nieces and Nephews Tiffeny (David) Stevenson, Jana Snowden, Jane Hawkins, Dina Figueroa, Joshua Hawkins, Ben Hawkins, John Little, Kristen (Matthew) Howard, Daniel (Kristen) Hawkins, Kristen (Matthew) Howard, Andrew (Kristen) Goff, Ellen (Spenser) Scroggins and Adam Goff. Step Nephews and Niece Kellen Kolbeck, Payton Doss and Lindsey Doss, Nieces and Nephew in law Amber (Greg) Jones, Heather (Will) Fraser and Joshua Smith and a number of Great Nieces and Nephews.

The Celebration Service for Jack will be Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 10:00 am.
Rocky Mountain Bible Church off of Highway 100 watch for signs.
462937 E. 830 Rd.
Stilwell, OK 74960
In lieu of flowers please give to your local Church, for Gideon Bibles, Missionaries or anywhere that GOD's Word is proclaimed.


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  1. David and Paulene Mason
    Hugoton, KS

    Jack was a close friend during our high school years, as well as his parents and sisters (Pete & Linc). Jack and I (David) would ride around
    In my car and sing along with my 8-tracks (most often Seals and Crofts). Jack was the best man at our wedding. He came to Hugoton a few times to hunt pheasant. He was my best friend, for many years. He will be missed for a short while, but we'll see you again at Jesus' feet. Love you Jack David! May God comfort all of you in your grief with the sure hope of His resurrection!

  2. Diana Chase
    Hot Springs, AR

    Sweet, kind, big smile, great hugger and tender hearted Jack. You were like a brother to me always there with Karen by your side with words of encouragement and prayers. I will
    see you at the River of Life. Karen, may God bring you comfort, strength and direction to keep going on as Jack would have wanted. Sister in Christ, Diana

  3. Kim Crowder
    Siloam Springs, AR

    Karen I love you and your in my prayers!

  4. Susan Ales
    Marble City, OK

    You will be missed, but we know you're happy.

  5. Susan Ales
    Marble City, OK

    You will be missed, but we know you're happy.

  6. Kevin and Rita Christie
    Stilwell, OK

    Jack will truly be missed.

  7. Julie Bowen
    Stilwell, OK

    Jack was a sweet gentle man who truly loved God and serving others. He was always so friendly and had a smile that made you feel so welcome. He was ready to join in any activity and loved laughing with the kiddos at school. He was a terrific substitute teacher, but more importantly, he was a wonderful Christian friend who prayed for me often. Love you, Jack. See you on the other side some day.

  8. Karen Hooper
    Stileell, OK

    My prayers are with you Karen as you lean heavily on the strong arms of Jesus to help you through the bodily loss of your husband, Jack. Blessings & strength for each day are supplied from our Mighty God. ❤

  9. Margie Littledeer
    Stilwell, OK

    Gonna miss your smile. Enjoy the journey.

  10. Tammy West
    Stilwell, OK

    Love you lady! You’re in my prayers.

  11. Tina Martinez
    Stilwell, OK

    RIP Mr. Snowden you will be dearly missed.

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