Juanita Smith
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Juanita Smith

Avondale - Juanita Smith, 90, of Avondale died at 12:09 p.m. Friday January 8, 2021 at her residence.

Born July 3, 1930 in Beaver Dam, Kentucky, she was a homemaker and a member of the Roseville Church of Christ.

Surviving are three sons: Donnie L. (Vicki) Smith of Zanesville, Steaven D. (Sandra) Smith of Zanesville, Keith F. (Stella) Smith of Roseville, and a daughter, Janie M. (Rick) Jenkins of Roseville. six grandchildren, and sixteen great-grandchildren.

She is enrolled in the body donor program at Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens and cremation will follow.




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Published in Times Recorder from Jan. 13 to Jan. 16, 2021.
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January 14, 2021
To My dear cousins and their families. So sorry to hear of Aunt Juanita’s passing. We have many memories growing up. She made the best pies and I still use her fresh strawberry pie recipe. Miss you guys Cousin Pam Spring
Pam Spring
Family
January 13, 2021
Although I wasn’t her great-grandchild by blood, Grandma Smith didn’t care. She was always sure to remind me that she loved me as much as one of her own, and she always said that she got to pick my twin and I, thanking god that my stepdad married my mom. She loved talking about her upbringing in the hills of Kentucky, with that southern twang that I loved to listen to. She would always try to keep me in line if Rock and I were starting to tell some jokes, and I’ll miss that. Holidays won’t be the same without you, but you’ll always be in my heart. I love you Grandma Smith. Fly high with God.
Logan Spinks
Family
January 13, 2021
Although I was not her great-grandchild by blood, Grandma Smith didn’t care. She was always sure to remind me that she loved me just as much as if I was her own, and she always said that she got to pick my twin and I, thanking god that my stepdad married my mom. She was a wonderful grandma, who always talked about her upbringing in the hills of Kentucky, and I’ll miss that southern twang of hers. I love you Grandma Smith.
Logan Spinks
Family
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