Created August 27, 2018

In Memory

This eternal flame burns forever
in remembrance of Alma Lea Snow

Alma Lea Snow

August 7, 1928 - July 13, 2021

Alma Lea Snow, age 92, went to the Lord while at home. She was the widow of

Calvin Homer Snow.

Alma Lea was born on August 7, 1928, in Pindall, AR, to Leland Adlebert and

Minnie Opal (Walters) Younger. She graduated high school from Western Grove.

In 1946, she married Calvin H. Snow, while attending Arkansas State Teacher's

College (which later became UCA). She then received her master's degree in

Library Science from Peabody.

Alma Lea began teaching in 1948 at Cherry Valley, and later became a regional

librarian with headquarters in Dardanelle. Her career included teaching English,

history, and working as a librarian in several school districts all over Arkansas

prior to her retirement in 1986.

After retirement, she worked as a volunteer. Her love for others and the Lord led

her around the world with various Christian mission groups including YWAM in

Hawaii, New Zealand, Puerto Rico; McCurdy and Menaul Missions in New

Mexico; French Camp in Mississippi, and Red Bird Mission in Kentucky. Her giving

heart was evident until the end, as she volunteered hundreds of hours at Fish Net

Missions of Jacksonville.

Alma Lea loved many things. While reading was her passion, she also loved being

with people and traveling. She belonged to 3 Good Sams RV clubs: the Road

Runners of Harrison, Toad Suck of Conway, and La Petite of Little Rock. She loved

playing all kinds of games. Although Rummikub, cards and Mexican Train were

her favorites, she also loved the challenge of a good brain teaser, board game, or


While volunteering and friends were essential to Alma Lea, her family meant

more than anything. She is survived by her sister, Barbara June Boyd; her sister-

in-law, Janice Lambert Younger; her daughters: Evelyn Marie Snow, Susan Carolyn

Woole, and Nina Jane Huey; her 7 grandchildren: Ricky Woole II, Richard Dearing,

Amy Dearing Dean, Michael Woole, Jessica Huey Hoffman, Maggie Huey, and

Spencer Huey; 17 great-grandchildren: Erik Woole, Mikayla Woole, Tyler Dearing,

Cheyanne Woole, Daisy Hoffman, Lilly Hoffman, Lauren Dean, Sierra Woole, Bella

Dearing, Katelyn Dean, Dakota Woole, Emma Huey, Jaxson Hoffman, Noah Hoffman,

Spencer Huey Jr., Christopher Huey, and Loretta Huey; plus a large extended family.

A Memorial Service will be held Thursday July 22, 2021 at 4:00 pm at Four Winds

Church, 2005. Dave Ward Drive, Conway,AR.

In lieu of flowers send donations to: Fishnet Missions, 1700 Swift Dr, Jacksonville,

AR, 72078, 501-421-1211 or French Camp Academy, 201 School Street Camp,

French Camp, MS, 39745, 662-547-6482


Alma Lea was loved and will be missed by all

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Though She's gone, She is not forgotten.
Though absent, She remains in spirit.
Though once a worker, She now rests.

by The Arkansas Good Sams

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