Margaret Crystal Snow McCommon

Margaret Crystal Snow McCommon, a beloved member of the Blytheville and Hazen communities, passed away peacefully, surrounded by love and faith, at the age of 64. Born in Blytheville, Arkansas, Crystal lived a life full of love, dedication, and service.

Crystal was a passionate member of ESA (Epsilon Sigma Alpha), where she found immense joy in helping the children of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Her commitment to the cause was unwavering and brought her great fulfillment.

In recent years, Crystal channeled her love for children into her role as a substitute teacher in Hazen. She cherished the opportunity to interact with students and families, forging lasting connections and making a positive impact on countless young lives.

Crystal was preceded in death by her parents, Lloyd and Annette Snow, whose love and teachings she carried with her throughout her life. She is survived by her daughters Sarah (Cody) Snider and Stacy (Randy) Buckley, her brother Kevin (Melissa) Snow, and her four cherished grandchildren, Luke and Scarlett Snider, and Margaret and Oliver Buckley.

Visitation will be held on Friday, July 5th, from 5-7 PM at Hazen First United Methodist Church. A graveside ceremony will follow at Elmwood Cemetery in Blytheville on Saturday, July 6th, at 10:30 AM.

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that donations be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, a cause dear to Crystal’s heart.

Crystal’s legacy of kindness, service, and love will continue to inspire everyone who knew her. She will be deeply missed but forever remembered.

6 thoughts on “Margaret Crystal Snow McCommon”

  1. Sara and Cody Snider she sounds like someone everyone would have loved. I am so sorry for your loss. Find peace in your precious memories. Love Peggy Murphy

  2. I’m so sorry for your loss. I will miss seeing her at ballgames. Love and prayers for comfort during this time.

  3. Stacey Sharp and Susan Gann

    Stacy and Sarah, So very sorry for the loss of your Mom . Prayers to your whole family. We didnt really know each other . Just hospital roommates almost week. But we could how much you guys cared for your Mom. Prayers to all

  4. So sorry for your loss. We got to know one another when we worked at Carlisle Bank. She was so special , really going to miss her. Her dedication helping St. Judes was so heart warming. She always took time to enjoy life. The children and Grandchildren were her pride and joy. Love and prayers to all of you

  5. So sorry for your family’s loss.
    Crystal was a Happy woman. Loving the Lord and showing it. She could always
    make me smile. We worked together at First State Bank.
    She loved her community and church.
    Your Mom was a Walking Witness for Christ!

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