Angela Vonceil Marshall Smith
Evansville, IN - Angela Vonceil Marshall Smith was born to Haywood Tunley, Sr and Eleanor Louise Marshall on October 3, 1944. She departed this earthly life on November 13, 2020 at 6:15 a.m. at her home in the presence of her husband and daughter Deanna.
She accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized under the pastorship of the late Dr. W.R. Brown, Sr. She graduated from Lincoln High School and attended ISUE, now known as the University of Southern Indiana. She worked as a Loan Originator, until she retired.
Angela married the love of her life Arthur L. Smith, Sr, in May 1960. From this union 11 children were conceived. Angela was very active in serving the Lord in her church and community. Her activities included Circle Love, Nurses Guild, Bus Ministry, Choir, Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, Tutoring, Southern District, & General State Baptist Convention. She was the social chairperson for Circle Love for many years and served on several awards committees for Women's Day. Her favorite scripture was Psalm 23. Her favorite song was "The Lord Will Make A Way". Her favorite color was navy blue. She was instrumental in keeping her family in the Word of God, by having family bible studies. Angela also enjoyed playing cards, board games and doing crosswords puzzles with her family and friends.
She was preceded in death by: Her parents - Haywood Tunley, Sr. and Eleanor Louise Sears; Children -Arthur L. Smith, Jr, Germaine Smith, Ethellita Smith, Tamara Smith, Lawrence Smith, & Tabitha Smith.
She leaves to cherish her memory, her husband of 60 years Arthur L. Smith, Sr., (5) Children: Byron Smith of Denver, Colorado, Vicky Kimbrew, Deanna Smith, Jeffery Smith (Jamila), Collette Smith Owsley (Jermaine), and daughter-in-law Agnes Smith all of Evansville, Indiana; brother: Haywood Tunley, Jr. of Yonkers, New York; Aunt: Annie Tunley of Evansville, Indiana; (10) Grandchildren; (13) Great grandchildren; and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and other relatives.
Services are 12 noon Saturday November 21, 2020 at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church with visitation from 10:30 a.m. until service. Burial in Oak Hill Cemetery. R. Mason Brothers Memorial Chapel is entrusted with arrangements. Leave condolences at www.masonbrothersfs.com
. A mask is required for attendance and social distancing will be observed.