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Vivian E Snow - b.1932-01-19 d.2021-07-22Vivian E. Snow died peacefully at Continuous Care in Christiansburg, VA July 22, 2021; after being visited by two of her granddaughters, Simonne and Molly who read bible verses and sang Amazing Grace her favorite song. Vivian was preceded in death by her parents Mr. Roy Ezell “Pawpaw” and Mary Tate Ezell. She was also preceded by her first husband, Frank Lafayette Redditt, an air force veteran; brother, Robert Ezell, whom she loved dearly; her second husband, Samuel Julian Crawford, and third husband, Lloyd Julian Snow. Vivian was born in Cuba, Alabama which she referred to as “LA”. She was a southern bell thru and thru. She was survived by her brother Jimmy Ezell and his son Wade Walker and wife Deborah. She is also survived by daughter, Mary Marjorie Redditt and son Julian “Jules” Crawford and wife Marge. Also surviving are much cherished grandchildren, Simonne Weeks and husband Roby, Justin Michaud and wife Kate, Meg Long and husband Cody, Hutch Crawford and wife Regan, Molly Busie and husband Caleb, Ben Crawford and wife Helen. Nieces, Libby Danzler, Susan E Darby, and nephew, David Ezell. A special note: Robin Snow, who was a much-loved daughter-in-law. There are six great-grandchildren, Loftin, Emory, and Yates Weeks, Alabama, and Hattie Michaud, and Crawford Long. Vivian is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Fondly remembered by Roy and Bobbie Stokes of Brewton, Alabama. Vivian cherished her time with family and friends, a good game of cards, and a good giggle. She will be remembered for her love of all things from seashells to diamonds. In lieu of flowers or cards of expression of sympathy please carry her in your heart or as Vivian would say in her inimitable fashion “put me in your pocket”.

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