As the other half of the Snow sisters, Donna Snow has made a regular appearance on the show Texas Flip N Move. As veterans of the show, both Donna and Toni Snow showcase their amazing talent in renovating houses. From her creative endeavors, Donna is a living example that you are never too old to do the thing you love. The 66-year-old shows no sign of stopping and also handles the family business alongside her younger sister and brother. Donna recently filed for divorce following a stressful marriage to Marshall Landers. Today we take a closer look into the personal life of Donna Snow.
Donna was born on August 18, 1956, in Haltom, Texas. She is the oldest child of H.D. and Carlene Snow, who ran a successful house-moving business. Donna also has a younger brother, Gary Snow, and a younger sister, Toni Snow Barksdale. The Snow siblings grew up in a close-knit family that enjoyed spending time together at their lake house in Lake Whitney.
Donna attended Haltom High School, where she met her best friend Debbie Smith. After graduating in 1973, she and Debbie started working full-time for the family business, H.D. Snow House Moving, Inc. Donna learned the ropes of the house moving industry from her father and grandfather, who taught her how to drive trucks, operate cranes and jack up houses.
Career and Achievements
In 2014, Donna and Toni were approached by a production company to star in a new reality TV show called Texas Flip N Move. The show follows the adventures of several teams of house flippers who compete to buy, renovate and sell old houses in Texas. The Snow Sisters quickly became fan favorites for their charming personalities, creative designs and sisterly bond.
Donna and Toni have flipped over 100 houses on the show, ranging from cottages and cabins to ranches and mansions. Some of their most memorable flips include a school bus turned into a cozy home, a shipping container turned into a modern studio, and a train car turned into a vintage diner. Donna and Toni often add personal touches to their flips, such as hand-painted signs, custom furniture and family photos.
In 2016, Donna and Toni launched their own line of merchandise called The Snow Sisters, featuring hats, t-shirts and sweatshirts with their logo and slogans. They also have a website where they share their latest flips, tips and tricks, and personal stories. Donna also sits on the board of directors for the North Texas Rodeo Foundation, through which she teaches etiquette classes to rodeo kids.
Even though there are no official records of Donna Snow’s net worth, her net worth is estimated to be around USD 1 million.
Personal Life and Relationships
Donna was married to Marshall D. Landers for 24 years, but filed for divorce on March 17, 2017, and asked her husband to be forcefully removed from her property with a temporary restraining order. While there is no damning evidence, rumors claim that Marshall posed a threat to Donna’s well-being. The restraining order was granted alongside the divorce. Following her divorce, a fan pointed out on Twitter that Donna had lost a ton of weight. Donna moved on from the divorce and married Rex who is an army veteran. The pair performed wedding nuptials on New Year’s Eve 2022.
Donna is very close to her family and friends, especially her sister Toni. The two sisters often work together on their flips, travel together and support each other through thick and thin. Donna also loves spending time with her nieces and nephews, who sometimes appear on the show. Donna is a devout Christian who attends church regularly and credits God for her success.
Fun Facts and Trivia
Donna’s nickname is “Big Sis” because she is the oldest of the Snow siblings.
Donna’s favorite color is purple.
Donna loves animals and has several pets, including dogs, cats, horses and chickens.
Donna’s hobbies include gardening, fishing, boating and reading.