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January 19, 2020

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January 14, 2020
Louise Marie Smith, a simple, forthright, diminutive Southern American woman. ...Sounds average, doesnt it. But dont let this minute facet of Louises imagery fool you or be the sum of her life. Nothing average here. Louise was an exceptional woman. A person all should emulate. What I see, a friend of at least thirty years, is a fascinating, engaging woman ready to accept others, without question, as a friend. Her smile, soft eyes were welcoming and she was always ready to meet and converse. Id think she would be a sheltering port in a storm. But Louise had a backbone as well; Ive seen her eyes flash also. She wasnt a pushover. A loyal, loving, respectful wife always dressed to the nines, in a designer suit (Cant think of designer, I didnt own but any knowledgeable woman would recognize immediately). I can see her husbands tall frame bending over her, speaking gently. Proud of her children and grandchildren as we kept each other abreast as to our expanding families. Always fun to be with, adventurous as to choice of Restaurants we visited with Junior and Louise. All members of the large Morton-Norton-Ward-Hunt-Johnston families adored Louise and exhibited great respect for both Louise and Junior. Two last thoughts, not only was Louise a wonderful person to her family and friends, Louise Smith was a Christian woman who reflected our Saviours love constantly. And now, Louise has gone home, led by the blood and constant hand of Jesus Christ, our living Saviour, Son of God. Goodbye, my friend, rest and rechoice as you sing praises to our King. Linda and Tom Norton, Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
January 12, 2020
Ms Louise was a sweet, sweet lady. I feel blessed to have known her when she made her visits to Gatlinburg. Blessings to all her family.
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