Bradford O. Snow

1938 ∼ 2018

Bradford O. Snow

Bradford O. Snow, 80, of Marstons Mills, formerly of East Sandwich, died unexpectedly September 1 at Cape Cod Hospital.

He was born in Bronxville NY to Edgar P. Snow and Ethel O. Snow and grew up in Providence RI.  

Brad graduated from Classical HS in Providence and attended Dartmouth for a year before enlisting in the Air Force.  After leaving the Air Force Brad went back to college and graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a BS in Math and MBA.

Brad enjoyed a long and successful career as a business analyst specializing in manufacturing.  During his career he worked at a number of large manufacturing firms spending the majority of his career at Motorola before finally retiring from 3Com Corporation in 2000.  In his spare time and in retirement Brad enjoyed traveling, photography, the NYT crossword, and following all the Boston sports team, especially the Bruins.  In addition to watching sports Brad was an avid tennis player, golfer and hockey player.

Brad is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Regina M. (Paolantonio) and his devoted daughters; Rhonda Snow of Sandwich; Karen Waterhouse and her husband Kevin of Shrewsbury; and Jennifer Snow Gagner of Sandwich.  He also leaves behind his brother and sister-in-law Richard P and Louise Snow of Smithfield RI, and their children and grandchildren; and his brother in law Fred J Paolantonio of Providence RI.  He was the proud “Papa” of four grandchildren; his granddaughter Emma McFadden and grandsons, Jon Paul, Nicholas and Matthew Gagner.  In addition, Brad will be missed by many family and friends in Rhode Island, Florida, New York and Pennsylvania.

A private memorial service will be held by the family.  

Donations in Brad’s name can be made to the Marstons Mills Public Library on Cape Cod where Brad donated his time or online at mmpl.org. 

Donations

Donations in Brad’s name can be made to the Marstons Mills Public Library on Cape Cod where Brad donated his time or online at mmpl.org. 

Bradford O. Snow

1938 ∼ 2018

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