Marie Dunning Snow

 (Information taken from 25th Alumni Booklet May 2006.  Please send an e-mail to update information at any time.)

Spouse:  Al Snow

Children:  Mark Dunning, Luke Dunning, Chelsey Dunning, Mike Snow, Mark Snow and Mindy Snow Casey

Grandchildren:  Austin Snow, Treyton Snow & Aaron Snow, Breydon Casey, Isabel Casey & a Granson expected in July or August 2006.

     I have 6 children.  Three of my own and my husband's three children.  We have two sets of twin boys, mine are identical and his are fraternal.  We each have a daughter.  Kind of like the Brady bunch or the Dunning bunch, whatever you prefer.  LOL.   I have been married for 13 years. 

     I have had many different jobs in the last 25 years. You might call me a jack of all trades, but I really doubt a master of any.  But I can service a car and fix a flat tire....thanks to my husband.   I have bartended at Barney's (the family business), Duck Inn and Ronnies.  I have been a teacher's aid in Tekamah-Herman schools.  I also got to coach there, and anyone that knows me, knows that was a job I truly enjoyed.   I coached for 10 or 11 years.  I coached Jr. High Basketball and Volleyball, Freshman Volleyball and Basketball, and J.V. Basketball and of the most rewarding jobs I have ever held.  I enjoyed the girls very much and hope I left a lasting impression on their lives.  I have worked on a couple of different golf courses where I was the assistant superintendent at both places.  I did that for probably about 7 years.  I also worked at Bergan Mercy Hospital in the radiology department for about 3 years.  And, of course, I helped my husband with Snow's Service.

      We recently sold our business that some of you might know as Snow's Service in Tekamah.  We have moved to Arizona and have lived here a year.

     I am back working with kids in Mesa, AZ, with first graders.  Oh, what a joy they have been!  There is not a day that goes by that they don't make me laugh and smile.  Oh, to be a first grader again. 

     The school I work at is an Arts Academy.  They specialize in the arts.  I have recently been asked to start a P.E. Program for the students K-8, which will co-ordinate with their recess time to get them to be more active and involved with organized games.  I am looking forward to the challenge.  Like I said, jack of all trades, master of few.  Or something like that.  But I must say, I have met a lot of interesting people on my journey and made plenty of new friends.  I have even turned little first grades into Cornhusker Fans.  "GO HUSKERS!!!"  I just haven't quite figured out what I will be when I grow up.  But it hasn't been a boring trip.  If I can bring a smile to someone's face, it has been a good day.

     By the way I love to golf.  What a frustrating game at times.  I think I should be able to play like Tiger.  I have come to the realization, it's not going to happen.  But I will continue to work at it.  If you're going to do something, do it to the best of your ability.  I am looking forward to seeing all of, friends, teachers, principal, etc.



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