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Obituaries

November 30, 2012

Carrie Lee Smith

THOMASVILLE —

A celebration of life service for Mother Carrie Lee Smith, 101, of Waycross will be held Monday, December 3, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. from St. Peters Missionary Baptist Church, 300 Fireman St., Waycross with her pastor, Rev. Norris Woods, bringing words of comfort.  Mother Smith died Tuesday night, November 27, 2012 after an illness.  She was born November 27, 1911 in Thomas County to the late Charlie Scott and Lizzie Withfield Scott.  She was also preceded in death by her husband, Rosebud Smith, Sr., a son, Rosebud Smith, Jr. and a grandson Rosebud Smith III.  She was a longtime member of St. Peters Missionary Baptist Church where she served as a deaconess and for many years as mother of the church.  Survivors include her daughter-in-law, Hermania M. Smith of Waycross; four granchildren; great-grandchildren; her caregiver, Mary McMillan of Boston, GA, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives.  Interment will be in Carroll Community cemetery in Boston, GA.  Final arrangements are entrusted to Fluker Funeral Home, 985 State Street, Waycross, GA. — Fluker Funeral Home c/o Hatcher-Peoples Funeral Home

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