”1958 - 2010”


    Do not cry for this warrior when I am gone
    I will be running in fields without fences
    I will be drinking water that is not polluted
    The strength that I lost here will be found
    The flesh and bone lost will return in spirit I will be young and strong again
    Do not cry for this warrior when I am gone
    I will be visiting our ancestors Knowledge lost will be found anew
    I will truly learn the ways of the old ones
    I will learn the language of our fathers
    I will help to prepare a hearth for you
    Do not cry for this warrior when I am gone
    I will be with our brothers,
    the winged Our brothers,
    the four legged and in the sea The Great Spirit will guide my steps
    My path will be true,
    I wait for you there
    Do not cry for this warrior when I am gone
    Remember me in laughter
    Remember me in the song of the flute
    Remember me in the beat of the drum
    Dance for me with all your heart
    Fore I will be dancing with you
    Look in your heart and I will be there
    Do not cry for this Warrior I am still here
    In your dreams, your heart and memory
    I will see you again
    Until then.
      ~ Copyright 2002 Jake George (Achgook) From the book "The Red Man In Me" ~

      Michael Snow
      Mr. Snow was born July 4, 1958 in Joplin , Missouri to LeRoy and Willis May (LaDuke) Snow. He departed this life on December 3, 2010 in Pryor at the age of 52 years and 4 months and 29 days. Michael went to school in Cedar Rapids , Iowa and graduated from John F. Kennedy High School with the class of 1977. Michael had lived in Pryor for about the last year; he moved here from Grove. Prior to living in Grove, Michael lived in Portales and Clovis , New Mexico . He worked for the New Mexico State Police and the Portales Police Department. While with the state police, he was editor of the New Mexico State Police Magazine. Michael started the DARE Program for the Portales Police Department. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force. Michael enjoyed hunting, photography and collecting sports memorabilia. He also liked to umpire softball and baseball games. Michael is survived by two sons Jason Snow of Palmyra, Virginia, Nathan Snow and wife Kerry of Clovis, New Mexico, three grandchildren Avery, Tahari, Leiam, his mother Willis Snow of McKinney, Texas, brothers Wendell Snow and wife Joan of Cedar Rapids, Gregory Snow of Houston, sisters Brenda Snow of Cedar Rapids and sister Anita Sloan and husband John of Fall River, Massachusetts. He was preceded in death by his father and grandparents.

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