Sherley M. Smith

Sherley M. Smith

The family of Mrs. Sherley M. (Smitty) Smith, 81, announce the homegoing of their loved one Friday, January 18, 2019, at Crescent Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.

Mrs. Smith retired form the State of Maryland after completing 37 years as a nurse.

She enjoyed reading, studying historic trivia, playing computer solitaire, solving difficult crossword puzzles and caring for her beloved rescues kitty TB.

Mrs. Smith was a member of Ames Memorial Untied Methodist Church in Baltimore. She petitioned for patient health care rights serving as hospital on Budsman and Union representative at state conventions for the Maryland State Classified Employees Association,

Mrs. Smith was preceded in death by her husband, Paul Smith; her parents, Hammock and Virginia (Ms.Jenny) Jackson; a sister, Wilma Carter Hart, and her beloved feline family member TB (age 12).

Mrs. Smith is survived by a daughter, Kim Renee Smith of Dallas, Texas; sisters Lucy Jackson Sanford (Ernest) and Kathy L. Myers (James), all of Danville; nieces Wilma Renee Hart-Davis (Harvey) of Maryland; James Carter (Donna) of Highpoint; and Keresha Hennessey of Danville.

A celebration service will be held on Friday, January 25, 2019, at 12 p.m. A viewing will be held one hour prior to service at 11 a.m. The family will receive visitors at 703 Tamworth Drive, Danville. Miller Funeral Home is respectfully serving the Smith family.

The Family expresses special thanks to Edna Davis and JoAnn Howard for their loving support, personal care and assistance shown to Mrs. Smith continuously as needed during her illness, hospitalization, and rehab.

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