Tuesday, September 10, 2014, the earth was blessed with rain and relief from a drought, and heaven received back home a precious spirit. Morshelle Snow Elton, daughter of MoRell and Sherrol Snow of Manti, Utah. She was born February 26, 1975 at Gunnison, Utah. She passed away in St. George, where she had lived a number of years. Morshelle, named after her father MoRell and her mother, Sherrol, was fondly called Shelley, or Shell Bell.
Her spirit was vivacious, effervescent and magnetic with the exceptional ability to care, share, empathize and encourage others. Her hallmark was a smile, classy clothes and the ability to lighten everyone’s burden. She was open and forthright in her communication and her trials were addressed with determination and unstinting commitment. She had a special affinity with nature and the out of doors. Often, she would hike the red hills of St. George.
The streets of St. George will miss a shiny red car buzzing her and children to classes, appointments, etc.
Her final contribution in life was to donate her organs so that others might find health and happiness.
The precious legacy she leaves behind is her children: Morgan, Jordan and Oliver Tyson—she loved and lived for her children. Also survived by her parents; siblings: Holley Buchanan, Draper; Debra (Charlie) Wilson, Gunnison; Sue Giles, Draper; Randy (Jena) Snow, Manti. Preceded in death by her son, Tyson MoRell and brother, Joseph Snow.