Snowmanship Education Awards


The Randy Snow Push Forward Foundation provides college scholarships to two Terrell High School graduating seniors annually. The male student’s scholarship is made in memory of Randy Snow and the female student’s scholarship is made in memory of Randy’s sister Becca Snow Rangel. Both Randy and Becca attended and graduated from Terrell High School.

This year’s recipients were Daisy Ontiveros and Brendin Stone. Each student received $1,000 for college expenses.

Daisy plans to attend Texas Tech University in pursuit of a future career as a pediatric surgeon. Brendin plans to attend The University of Texas at Dallas.

The scholarships were awarded to the selected students by Randy’s nieces and nephews and Becca’s children, nieces and nephews at The THS Academic Awards and Scholarship Recognition Ceremony held at the school on May 29, 2014.


Snowmanship Education Awards

The Randy Snow & Becca Snow Rangel  ‘Snowmanship Education Award’ will be awarded to a male and female high school student in Terrell, Texas. The male award will be in Randy Snow’s name and the female award in Becca Snow Rangel’s name. Becca was Randy’s sister who passed away in 2007 and Randy passed away in 2009.

The purpose of the scholarship is to award those hight school students who overcame great adversity to achieve a high school diploma and wish to attend college or vocational training program. The first year monetary amount will be $1,000.00 for each applicant for one year. As fundraising develops for the educational award funding the grant amount will be raised and determined to be used over a two year period.

Interested persons should complete the form below and submit to the Foundation.

“Life will provide many opportunities and disappointments. There will be wins and losses, successes and failures, but one thing is certain –adversity will move on. When life doesn’t agree and seems to push in from all directions, what choice do we have? Life is about adjusting, adapting to change and finding a way to evolve above the adversity. So make the decision, adjust to the view, cowboy up and Push Forward.” ~Randy Snow