Linda Gail Snow, age 73, of Vernal, died on April 16, 2021, in Heber, Utah.
She was born on October 11, 1947, in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, to Ernest and Helen Elizabeth Johnson Snow.
Linda was our beloved mom, grandma, aunt, and friend who, with her infectious smile and quick-witted sense of humor, would light up the room. Even when times were tough, she would make everyone around her laugh. She always made us feel welcome with her warm cooked meals and big hugs. She graduated from Bountiful High School and soon after married Hugh Earl Harding. Together they had two children Doug and Helen.
Throughout her life she worked several jobs including working as a seamstress, with the DMV, and eventually retired with the Salt Lake County Health Department. Linda had many wonderful talents. She was a state bowling champion in the 70's. She could sew anything, including dresses, western shirts, baseball bat bags and even outfits for her nephew Vince when he played in a rock band. One of her favorite things she enjoyed was traveling with her mom, sisters and friends. They went on many cruises around the world and one of her favorite places to be was in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Linda could 2-step with the best of them, she loved to dance. Spending time with her children and grandchildren was the highlight of her life. Watching either her son or one of her grandchildren's football games was something she always looked forward to.
Linda is survived by her children, Doug (Jalene) Harding, Helen Harding; grandchildren, Brayden, Garret, Colten, Ian, Chase and Mikaly; sister, Michele (Dave) Mathews; nephew, Vince Duel; and several other nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Ernest Snow and Helen Elizabeth Graves; siblings, Dennis Snow, Earl Robert Snow, and Connie Duel.
Graveside services will be held at 12:30 PM on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, at the
Roosevelt Memorial Park. A viewing will be held that morning from 11:00 AM - 12:00 noon at the Hullinger Mortuary, 457 E 300 N, Roosevelt, UT 84066.
"There is no greater good in all the world than motherhood. The influence of a mother in the lives of her children is beyond calculation."
-James E. Faust