Carrie R Smith was born on March 19, 1930, and sadly passed away on January 29, 2024. She lived a life filled with love, cherished moments, and a deep connection to her family and friends. Known for her warm smile and kind heart, Carrie touched the lives of all who had the pleasure of knowing her.
Carrie spent most of her career as a cashier at Dairy Mart, where she greeted every customer with a genuine care and made everyone feel welcome. Her friendly disposition and attention to detail made her an exceptional employee who had a positive impact on the lives of her colleagues and customers alike.
Outside of work, Carrie relished in various hobbies and interests that brought joy to her life. One could often find her sitting at her sewing machine, creating beautiful pieces with delicate stitches. She had a talent for transforming fabric into works of art. From intricate quilts to meticulously tailored clothing, Carrie's creativity knew no bounds. Her passion for sewing became a reflection of her gentle soul and meticulous nature.
Carrie's love for country music brought warmth into her home. She would hum along to the melodies of Conway Twitty, finding solace in the heartfelt lyrics that spoke to her own experiences. Music was not just an escape for Carrie; it was a way to connect with others who shared her love for this genre.
Crafts were another outlet through which Carrie expressed herself. She delighted in discovering new projects that allowed her to explore different techniques and materials. From painting to pottery, Carrie's artistic spirit came alive as she lost herself in the world of creation.
In quieter moments, Carrie found comfort in watching game shows on television. As the questions flew across the screen and contestants eagerly pressed their buzzers, she would cheer them on from the comfort of her living room. It was these simple pleasures that enriched Carrie's life and brought happiness into each day.
Carrie Smith's Celebration of Life will be held on February 1, 2024, at the Almost Home Event Center located at 230 S 12th St, Sebring, OH 44672, United States. The services will commence at 3:00 PM and conclude at 5:00 PM. This event will be a testament to the joy Carrie brought into the lives of those around her.
Carrie's memory lives on through her loving family members and friends who were fortunate enough to share in her journey. She is survived by her daughters, Patti Smith and Sharon Caughman, who carry their mother's strength and love in their hearts every day. Larry (Patti) Smith shared a deep bond with Carrie, creating lasting memories that will forever be treasured.
The legacy of Carrie R Smith extends beyond immediate family. Her pride and joy were her seven grandchildren and twenty great-grandchildren. Their laughter and love brought immense joy to Carrie's life, and her legacy will continue through the generations to come.
In addition to her immediate family, Carrie leaves behind cherished memories for her sister Leona Grove and several nieces and nephews. Family was always an essential pillar in Carrie's life, and the ties she cultivated with each relative played a significant role in shaping who she was as an individual.
Carrie R Smith is preceded in death by her parents and siblings Harrison Richart, Frankie Richart, and Mary Grove Gallant. While they may no longer walk beside us, their love continues to guide us through life's journey.
Carrie's passing leaves an indescribable void in the hearts of those who knew her best. However, it is important to remember that she would want us to celebrate the beautiful life she lived. Let us honor Carrie R Smith by embracing the compassion she bestowed upon others and carrying forward her legacy of love.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Carrie's honor to a charity that aligns with her passion for spreading kindness and helping others in need. As we say our goodbyes, let us remember Carrie for the joy she brought, the love she shared, and the countless lives she touched. Her memory will forever be engraved in our hearts. The Family would like to send a special thanks out to Alliance Hospice and Dean's Funeral Home for their care and compassion.