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Interment following funeral service

Kibbiefield Cemetery
Saturday July 20th, 2019

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New Beaulah Baptist Church
Saturday July 20th, 2019
10:00am - 11:00am

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Funeral Service

New Beaulah Baptist Church
Saturday July 20th, 2019

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Mary Smith

Ms. Mary K. Smith was born November 8, 1942 in Livingston, Texas the ninth child to the late Mr. Henry and Gertrude Holcomb. She resided in Livingston, and attended public schools at Dunbar High School, and she was a Baptist. She loved her family and everyone that she came into contact with. She was truly an Angel.

She married James Smith in 1960 to this union 6 children were born. Later she met the love of her life Ed Hooper in 1969.

She was preceded in death by both parents; Son: James Smith Jr.; Sisters: Josophine, Ada, Odie, Henridell; Brothers: Jack, Wilson, Johnny, and Louis.

She leaves to cherish her memories: Her Children: Kim Smith of Livingston, TX; Roderick Smith Sr. (Flora) of Lufkin, TX; Darrell Smith (Sharlet) of Goodrich, TX; Teri Smith (Tonya) of Livingston, TX; Cheri Smith of Livingston, TX; Sister: Lavern Howard of Silsbee, TX; Grandchildren: Zyasia, LaKesia, Lance, Deneshia (Greg), Shalonda (Leo), Karderrell (Johnisha), Roderica, Jasmine, Roderick Jr. (Yolanda), Bernadette, David (Neka), LaShunda, Corey, Chris, Ada, Tiffany, Latoya, Adrian, Ted, Veronica, 23 Great-Grandchildren; Special Daughter: Renada Petties. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

Pallbearers: Lance Smith, Karderrell Smith, David Smith, Roy Garner, Mu’Kory C. Norman Sr., Troy Garner, Greg Johnson, Arthur English

Honorary Pallbearers: Darrell Smith, Teri Smith, Roderick Smith Jr., Leo Jackson, Roderick Smith Jr.

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Madea will be missed. She was a very special person to everyone. She was hilarious and Deneshia could ALWAYS have her act out in a way no one else could. Madea, I love you and rest peacefully. Family, I love you all and I will be praying your strength.

Missy Jul 17 2019 12:00 AM