Nicole Marie Louise Snow

Nicole Marie Louise Snow

Nicole Marie Louise (Finat) Snow passed away peacefully on 21 Jan 2018 at Redmond Rehabilitation Center knowing she was loved.  Nicole was born 1 Jan 1927 in Paris, France to Maurice Finat and Denise (LeSage) Finat.  She lived in Paris until she moved to Seattle, Washington with her husband, Claude Lenfant and five children.  She later married Thomas Snow and adopted a son, Tommy.  During her lifetime she worked as a translator, legal secretary, heavy equipment operator in construction and as a bridge tender at the West Seattle bridge.  Nicole loved fishing and animals. She enjoyed visits with family and especially entertaining the younger grandchildren/great grandchildren when they were with her.


Nicole is survived by five of her children, including son Phil Lenfant and his wife Babette of Yorktown, VA, son Bernard Lenfant of Seattle, WA daughter Martine Wayman and her husband Earl of Redmond, WA, daughter Brigitte Martin and her husband Mike of Lebanon, OR and daughter Christine Lenfant of Lynnwood, WA as well as many grandchildren and great grandchildren.


She was predeceased by her son Tommy Snow and daughter, Dominique.

10 Responses to “Nicole Marie Louise Snow”

  • Phil, Babette, Nicholas, Andrew and Ryan says:

    We will miss you dearly but we are comforted by the knowledge that you are in a better place. You were loved very much by your family. An angel among us!
    Rest in peace. Your loving family!

  • Agnés Droulers says:

    Toutes mes condoléances pour Votre maman …nous pensons bien à vous. Agnès

  • Martine Wayman says:

    I can rest easy knowing you are so much happier than you have been the last few years! We did right by you and carried out your every wish! Love you!

  • Christine Lenfant says:

    Mom, I will miss you dearly. We had our days together and I know that life was not easy for you at times. I believe that you are at peace now, and I will miss you. You have earned your wings. I love you Mom!!! Watch over us here and know that you will always hold a piece of my heart! Thank you for being the best mom to me!!! I love you

  • Marie Droulers says:

    Sincères condoléances de la France ….
    Mes pensées sont avec votre famille ….

  • Sandra Tuttle says:

    I am very sorry for the loss of your mother. I send my love and prayers . May she be remembered with joy and a smile, always.

  • Donna Eldridge says:

    Sending peace, love and prayers your way. I want you to know I am here for support of you all and know it is hard to put words to each of you that will ease the pain. I am sorry for your loss. God be with you as you go through this and comfort you on this day and forward.

  • Sandy Marshall says:

    Martine and family,
    We are sorry for your loss. It is always hard to lose a parent. Martine, it sounds like you were a faithful daughter and that is amazing. Rob and I look forward to getting together. Thinking of you….


  • Andrea Palmer says:

    Darn, this is the 4th time in a year I think of someone (feel them) look them up to find they just passed within a few weeks. To my Godmother, Nicole, I was always amazed at your strength, guts and power. May you be at peace. Hugs to all the kids and especially Christine.

  • Jeanne Quéromain says:

    Bonjour, désolée d’utiliser cette page à cette fin mais Nicole Marie Louise Snow était la petite fille de mon arrière-grand-tante Henriette. Mon arrière-grand-mère était Jeanne , sa sœur. N’hésitez pas à me contacter si vous le souhaitez, nous avons perdu tout lien avec les descendants de Denise.

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