Experience

Representative Lowry Snow has been serving Utah’s 74th District since January of 2012. Originally appointed to fill the seat vacated by former Speaker David Clark, Lowry was elected by the people of Washington County to serve a full term later that fall.

Personal Background

Representative Snow is an attorney. He and his wife Sheryl have called Washington County home for over 30 years. They love the beautiful scenery and exceptional people of Southern Utah. In their spare time they enjoy time in the mountains at their cabin, ATV riding, hiking, traveling, reading and spending time with their children and 12 grandchildren.

Current Legislative Assignments and Related Appointments

Representative Snow’s current legislative assignments include Vice-chair of the House Education Committee, House Judiciary Committee, Federalism Commission, and the Business, Economic Development, and Labor Appropriations Subcommittee. In addition, he was appointed by Governor Herbert to represent Utah as one of the Commissioners to the Uniform Law Commission (www.uniformlaws.org). During the 2013 Session, Representative Snow was asked to Co-Chair the House Clean Air Caucus, which is a bipartisan effort by lawmakers to help identify and support quality legislation that will assist in tackling Utah’s air pollution problems. That effort continues presently during the interim and has now expanded to include members of the Senate as well. Lowry also serves as a member of the Governor’s Clean Air Action Team, which is made up Utah citizens throughout the state dedicated to promoting clean air in Utah. He is an active member of the Conservative Caucus and the Rural Caucus. His broad array of professional experience and knowledge coupled with a history of public service has prepared him for being a strong voice in representing the citizens of his District.

Legal Background and Professional Service

Lowry received his undergraduate education at Brigham Young University and then went on to receive his Juris Doctorate from Gonzaga University School of Law. He was one of the founding partners of Snow Jensen & Reece in St. George where he has established himself as a real estate, civil litigation, business and land use planning attorney. He has represented a wide range of clients in both the private and public sectors, including several municipalities. He is licensed to practice before the state courts of Utah and Federal District Court for Utah. He is also admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. He is a past President of the Utah State Bar and the immediate past Chairman of the Utah State Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission. He has served as a criminal prosecutor for the State of Utah and as

Deputy Washington County Attorney. He has served as a planning commissioner for the City of Santa Clara where he has resided for many years. He was one of the co-founders of the Southern Utah Community Legal Center in St. George, which continues today as a pro bono effort to provide legal assistance to those in our community who cannot afford the services of an attorney. He currently serves as board member of the St. George Red Cross and also on the Foundation Board of the Kane County Hospital.

Economic Development Background

Representative Snow continues his service on the Executive Committee for the Site Select Plus, (formerly known as the Washington County Economic Development Council), an organization that has been instrumental in recruiting quality businesses and bringing hundreds of jobs to Washington County. He has served in this capacity for over 8 years including as Chairman for one term. He continues to support the effort and mission of Site Select Plus to attract high quality jobs to our county, and to further diversify and strengthen our economy. In addition, he served previously as a trustee to the Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCU) representing Washington County and as a board member of Utah’s Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED). In addition to starting a law firm, he has actively contributed to economic development in the region as a co-founder of two successful technology businesses in Southern Utah.