“James is the face of Snow’s out on the floor,” says Sid. “He carries on the tradition of accommodating our customers.” Sid says that his cousin’s passion for gardening led to the establishment of Snow’s 3,000-square-foot greenhouse and nursery area.
Like her brother, Susan Snow has had numerous jobs at the store. “Susan’s talent is in human resources—she has focused on managing our terrific staff,” says Sid, noting that Snow’s dedicated employees, many of whom have been with Snow’s for decades, continue Harry’s tradition of truly accommodating the public.
It was Stan who, along with his brothers Bill and Bob, brought Snow’s into the 21st century. The three spearheaded the store’s revitalization with a state-of-the-art new building in 1971.
“Bob ran the appliance section when we used to sell major appliances, and then he concentrated on our fuel business. Stan is still a big help in our collectible and hobby departments,” says Sid.