Brian Kim Snow, the nicest guy in the world, has died from pancreatic cancer on June 26, 2011. He was 59. Kim, as he was known to most of his family and friends, was born on March 1, 1952, the middle son to Bernie and Maurine Snow.
Kim graduated from Leslie High School in 1970. He excelled in three sports at Leslie High School and was inducted into their Sports Hall of Fame this spring.
From 1970-1976, he served in the Air National Guard and began his career with Consumers Energy in Jackson, Michigan in 1971. He was proud of his 40 years of service at his job.
Raising his three children, Kevin, Paul, and Jessica in Mason, Michigan was the highlight of his life. He enjoyed coaching his boys while playing on several fast-pitch softball teams with brothers, Chris and Craig. The highlight of his softball career was catching for his father on the 1972 State Championship team.
Kim was a proud grandfather to Paul and Chau’s children Tyler and Samantha as well as Jessica and Melvin’s son Melvin White, Jr. His brother Craig’s wife Michelle and their three boys Taylor, Sam and Charlie were also very important to him.
Empty nesting in his Williamston home with his wife Sue was full of fun and adventures. He loved his time with Sue’s boys Matt (Sarah) and Tim (Mary) Kirby along with the rest of Sue’s extended family.
Kim and Sue’s travels to Spartan Stadium, Major League Baseball parks and Boyne City were a few of their many highlights.
A celebration of Kim’s life will be held at the Williamston Free Methodist Church located at 4400 North Williamston Road, Williamston, MI 48895 on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. with a luncheon immediately following. Donations can be made to the church’s Benevolent fund.
Kim and Sue would like to thank all of their co-workers, friends and family as well as the medical staff at Ingham Regional Oncology. We love you.
Arrangements by the Estes-Leadley Greater Lansing Chapel.