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Thelma Snow, 87

Obituary from Mountcastle Turch Funeral Home.

Thelma Snow, 87. Obituary from Mountcastle Turch Funeral Home.
Thelma Snow, 87. Obituary from Mountcastle Turch Funeral Home.
Mrs. Thelma G. Snow passed away on May 5, 2014 at the age of 87 in Dale City, Virginia where she lived for the past 42 years. She was born on June 19, 1926 in Baltimore, MD to Andrew and Christina Groszer and was one of nine children. She had six sisters and two brothers. Her parents, three sisters and one brother have preceded her in death. Thelma joins her loving husband of 65 years, George Snow in heaven. She leaves behind six wonderful daughters Debbie Sanner and husband Paul of Vienna, VA, Peggy Flores and husband Jon of Beltsville, MD, Betsy Snow of Woodbridge, VA, Janet Miksch of Stafford, VA, Carol-Lynn Freeman and husband Robert of Fredericksburg, VA and Jackie Bogart and husband Nall of Woodbridge, VA and eleven beautiful grandchildren Paul and Caitlin Sanner, Evan and Ashley Flores, Alysha and Brittany Miksch, Kevin Kerr, Phillip and Erika Freeman, Kristi Lynn and Zachary Bogart and one great granddaughter Eleanor Miksch. 

Thelma was a very warm hearted person. She always put family first. She was known for her ability to sew beautiful dresses for her daughters and granddaughters. She could whip up a custom overnight. Thelma loved to do needlepoint, made exquisite Christening gowns and afghans. She worked for the Department of Defense Intelligence Division from 1970 to 1990 and retired after 20 years of service. During her retirement she spent her time snuggled up with a good book, enjoying her beautiful gardens and home. She loved spending time with her grandchildren and children. She was a great mother, grandmother and loving wife to her husband George, the love of her life. 

Mom, you will be greatly missed and be forever in our hearts. 

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