Steven Frank Snow, an adored husband, father, brother, mentor, and avid adventurer, passed away on August 7, 2023, at the age of 70. Born on December 21, 1952, his legacy of love, laughter, and cherished memories will forever endure.

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Steve's enthusiasm for life was infectious. He was a natural at many sports, but it was on his dirt bike that he really shined whether racing motocross, flat track, or desert races. Steve and his brother, Craig, raced their way to the professional level qualifying to race in the AMA Motocross Series. An accomplishment all motocross racers dream of being able to do. Racing motocross brought his family together and created many memories with his parents Frank and Sue and his sister's, Cheryl and Tiffany always cheering from the side lines. This ignited a passion for racing and camping in him that he shared with the love of his life, Sheri, and their 3 sons and 10 grandchildren. He transformed family outings into thrilling adventures creating lifelong memories. He spent his life racing on tracks across different states always searching for new trails to ride. He created many memories camping under the stars at some of our favorite spots like the Sand Dunes and Goblin Valley which sparked unbreakable family traditions that was continued even to the last year of Steve's life and will continue on.

Steve owned and operated his carpet cleaning business, Snow Carpet Care, for 50 years and gained many life time clients because his professionalism and quality was unmatched. This was always a family business with each of his 3 sons at various points working by his side.

His sense of humor was infectious as his laughter and his quick wit kept everyone on their toes. Beyond his accomplishments, Steve's kindness and compassion endeared him to all. He cherished his family, creating a legacy of devotion, resilience, and unity. His unwavering commitment to his spouse grew into an eternal love bringing his family together forever. The simplest pleasure of being with his family in a beautiful place was heaven on earth and made him a true beacon of light and a hero to us. His faith in God and Christ was an example to the end.

In addition to his family, Steve leaves behind a trail of friendships and memories, each a testament to his impact. Though he has embarked on his final adventure, his spirit will continue to guide and inspire us.

Please join us for a Celebration of Life on:

Friday, August 18th

6:30 to 8:30, Stake Building

11626 South 300 East

DRAPER, UTAH 84020

In the Pavilion & West Field

Refreshments will be served.

As we remember Steve, let's embrace the lessons he taught us: to live passionately, love fiercely, and always find humor even in the most challenging of tracks. "Life's a lot like motocross – sometimes you have to hold on white knuckled to navigate the rough patches so then you can enjoy the smooth rides."

In the end Steve slid in side ways, all banged up and bruised laughing while he said,”WOW, that was one hell of of a ride!” Unfortunately, his heart couldn’t keep up with his spirit and he passed from a genetic heart disease.

Survived by his wife, Sheri, 3 sons, Kurt, Shane, Kody, their Spouses, and 10 Grandchildren.

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Shane Snow

Post Date

Aug 09, 2023

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Guestbook

Dear Snow family,

Just wanted to let you know how sad we are to hear of Steve’s passing! He was more than just our Carpet man - he was our friend! Loved having him come help us out - he was always cheerful and loved telling us about his family! Sheri he adored you. He always spoke so highly of each of you! You were the center of his life - I suspect you already know that though😊 He will be missed! Sending you our deepest condolences and a big hug.

Blake & Cheryl Jensen

Cheryl & Blake Jensen , Sandy, UT, US Aug 21, 2023

Many fond memories but this one stands out. In 1974- I believe all the cousins were staying at the Peoa house. Debbie was in charge. I was 14. Steve, Craig, Rich and not sure who else took me with them bar hopping in Park City!!! Without Debbie’s knowledge. Ooooo she was mad!!! It makes me smile how lucky I am to have such wonderful cousins. Sending love during this difficult time.

Ivy Brown , Draper, UT, US Aug 17, 2023

Many fond memories but this one stands out. In 1974- I believe all the cousins were staying at the Peoa house. Debbie was in charge. I was 14. Steve, Craig, Rich and not sure who else took me with them bar hopping in Park City!!! Without Debbie’s knowledge. Ooooo she was mad!!! It makes me smile how lucky I am to have such wonderful cousins. Sending love during this difficult time.

Ivy Brown , Draper, UT, US Aug 17, 2023

Steve was a great person. He was so funny and always had a good joke. He will be very fondly remembered.

Cheryl Dunne , South Jordan, UT, US Aug 17, 2023

Steve was a great person. He was so funny and always had a good joke. He will be very fondly remembered.

Cheryl Dunne , South Jordan, UT, US Aug 17, 2023

Steve will be forever missed, my boyfriend Eddie Peterson worked with Steve before he passed last August 4th 2023, they were very close and I got the pleasure of knowing Steve pretty good myself , Steve loved being a jokester and always cared and showed love as a good friend the sun always shined when you were around even on rainy days. I send my love and condolences to the family.

Jackie Martinez

Jackie Martinez , South Jordan , UT, US Aug 12, 2023

Steve will be forever missed, my boyfriend Eddie Peterson worked with Steve before he passed last August 4th 2023, they were very close and I got the pleasure of knowing Steve pretty good myself , Steve loved being a jokester and always cared and showed love as a good friend the sun always shined when you were around even on rainy days. I send my love and condolences to the family.

Jackie Martinez

Jackie Martinez , South Jordan , UT, US Aug 12, 2023

Steve will be forever missed, my boyfriend Eddie Peterson worked with Steve before he passed last August 4th 2023, they were very close and I got the pleasure of knowing Steve pretty good myself , Steve loved being a jokester and always cared and showed love as a good friend the sun always shined when you were around even on rainy days. I send my love and condolences to the family.

Jackie Martinez

Jackie Martinez , South Jordan , UT, US Aug 12, 2023

Although our time with Steve was brief, we could always see how much he was loved by his loving wife and family.

Dan and Jean Buchanan Aug 12, 2023

Although our time with Steve was brief, we could always see how much he was loved by his loving wife and family.

Dan and Jean Buchanan Aug 12, 2023

I will miss the information my brother, Denny, used to share with me about his conversations with Steve. Steve touched my life from a distance, yet seems to have always been near. His friendship with Denny will always be an honored and cherished me memory for me.

Gordon Sorensen , Twin Falls, ID, US Aug 12, 2023

Thanks for all you have done for me. I couldn't ask for a better husband. I hate letting you go, but you will be in my heart for eternity. Love you and miss you so very much. Thanks for all the adventures you took me on. Our family will continue to follow your example. Love Love you.

Sheri Snow Aug 11, 2023

Thanks for all you have done for me. I couldn't ask for a better husband. I hate letting you go, but you will be in my heart for eternity. Love you and miss you so very much. Thanks for all the adventures you took me on. Our family will continue to follow your example. Love Love you.

Sheri Snow Aug 11, 2023

We will always have you with us in our hearts and memories, watch over us until we see you again!

Shane Snow , Sandy , UT, US Aug 11, 2023

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