Family man Snow desires to make a difference in the city

Published on January 19, 2017 with No Comments

Watching the national presidential campaign last year made Jeff Snow consider running for Milton City Council last year. Now, duly elected, Snow said seeing the need also prompted him to engage in the election.

“A hard work ethic stays with you for life.” Jeff Snow, Milton City Councilman

“I finally made the decision a week before the deadline; the national race spurred me forward to consider the local race. I want to make a difference on the home front,” said Snow.


Councilman Snow’s swearing-in ceremony included many family members: left to right Kara Snow, Fabi Rios, Kye Snow, Gabriela Wright, Sofia Wright, Paula Snow, Jeff Snow and Dewitt Nobles.

Reared in South Georgia, Snow said he came to Pensacola in 1982. He graduated from Escambia High School in 1985. He’s worked at Naval Air Station Whiting Field for 32 years.

“I’m a family guy. I enjoy coaching basketball at the Guy Thompson Community Center and has been involved for the past 15 years. I enjoy coaching more than anything,” he said. He also enjoys coaching speed skating competitions and began skating 40 years ago. “I’m helping coach my daughter who’s hoping to compete in the Olympics,” he said, “A hard work ethic stays with you for life.”

The most important thing, he said, is to do what’s best for the city above all.

Snow is happily married with 5 children, three out of the house with twins at home.


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