History & Staff

We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

Our History

In 1963, Ronald T. Snow, Sr. came to Saginaw from the Detroit area. As a licensed funeral director he worked at the Waier Funeral Home for six years. In 1967 he and his wife Felicia purchased the Waier Funeral Home and renamed it the Snow Funeral Home. Trying to do something new, the Snow Funeral Home was the first funeral home in the saginaw area to provide background music in the funeral home. The former location on North Michigan served its purpose very well, however Ronald and Felecia Snow saw that their funeral home needed to expand. A location was obtained in Saginaw Township and in 1984 its building was completed. This current location, located at 3775 N. Center Road, has served the community well. In 1996, following 43 years of dedicated service, Ronald and Felicia Snow transferred ownership of the funeral home to their son, Ronald T. Snow, Jr. and Paul D. Metevia.

The Snow Funeral Home offers an inviting and warm atmosphere. A marble fireplace adorns the entryway where family and friends gather. The funeral home appointments were selected to maintain a professional yet home-like atmosphere. Whether serving a large family or small, the Snow Funeral Home can accommodate every family’s needs. 

The Snow Funeral Home is completely handicapped accessible and is barrier free and has ample off road parking.

We are pleased to offer many options in personalization. From personalized casket options and video tributes to personalized memorial folders/holy cards and memorial candles, each funeral reflects the life of your loved one.

Our Valued Staff

  • Ronald T. Snow Jr.

    Ronald T. Snow Jr. Funeral Director/Owner/Manager

    Ronald graduated from of Ss. Peter and Paul High School in 1975. He attended Delta College and earned an Associates Degree in 1977. In 1978, Ronald graduated from Wayne State University College of Mortuary Science. He is a current member of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church and its ushers club and previously sat on the parish council and building and maintenance committee, Knights of Columbus Council #4232. Ron is also a past Pulaski Club officer and member of the Brothers of Kosciuszko. He and his wife Michelle have three children, Thomas, Patrick and Rochelle. Michelle is an administrative assistant and is involved with daily operations around the funeral home and also is the hostess of the funeral homes’ Grief Support Group.

  • Paul D. Metevia

    Paul D. Metevia Funeral Director/Owner

    A lifelong Saginaw resident, Paul graduated from St. Stephen Area High School in 1980. He then attended Delta College where he earned his Associates Degree. In 1983, Paul graduated from Wayne State University College of Mortuary Science. He is a dual member of St. Stephen Catholic Church and St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. He is also a member of Knights of Columbus Council #4232, the Temple Theatre Organ Club and served on the Board of Directors at St. Mary’s of Michigan Medical Center Foundation. Paul volunteers his time at St. Mary's of Michigan Medical Center and is actively involved in the medical center's annual major foundation fundraising event, the Cornette Ball. He also is active in the Diocese of Saginaw. Paul and his wife Jennifer have two children, Tom and Hannah.

  • Brandon R. Hurren

    Brandon R. Hurren Funeral Director

    Brandon has been with Snow Funeral Home since 2003 and after a short leave, rejoined the staff in May of 2013. He is a 1999 a graduate of Bad Axe High School and a 2007 graduate of Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Wheeling, Illinois. He is a past president of Michigan Funeral Directors Association District #7. He resides in Saginaw Township. Brandon is a member of Christ the Good Shepherd Catholic Church - St. Helen Parish, Knights of Columbus Council #4232, Saginaw Moose Lodge #82 and the Saginaw Bay Yacht Club.