Louise Smart
1944 - 2017
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Louise Smart passed on Saturday, October 7 at Wide Horizon. She was born on March 13, 1944 in New York to John and Nellie Evans. She achieved a masters degree from Vassar. She married H. Oakley Smart in 1978. Louise Smart served as the director of the Off Campus Housing Office at CU Boulder, gaining interest in dispute resolution between landlords and tenants. She served on the board for Boulder Housing Partners. She was a partner for the Center for Dispute Resolution, a non-profit located in Boulder Colorado. She served as First Reader for First Church of Christ Scientist, Boulder. Her husband Oak passed in 2009. Louise is survived by her son, Sam Alschuler of Boulder. Services will be held on Saturday, October 28 from 10 am to 2pm at Rembrandt Gallery in Boulder.

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Published in The Daily Camera on Oct. 14, 2017.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
OCT
28
Service
10:00 - 02:00 PM
Rembrandt Gallery in Boulder
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November 8, 2017
I am saddened to hear of the passing of Louise Smart. I worked with her at CDR associates in years past and she was a mentor to me in my conflict resolution work. We lost touch for a number of years but reconnected about 5 years ago when she agreed to mentor me and my business partner in developing an elder mediation training. She was a wonderful teacher with a calm style and a good sense of humor. She was a special person.
John Rymers
October 28, 2017
During my time in Boulder Louise was a constant source of warmth, generosity, and humor. Her laughter was mischievous and irresistable. She was an early guide in the world of conflict resolution, a treasured mentor at CDR Associates who modeled listening and caring each day. Her smiles and support are lasting gifts.
Michael Harty
October 27, 2017
Louise was a wonderful colleague and mentor. She taught me so much in both the professional and personal realms. She gave generously of her kindness and her wisdom.
Suzanne Ghais
October 19, 2017
Louise was a wonderful mediator, trainer, collaborator, and friend. I treasure the years that we worked together.
Bernie Mayer
October 18, 2017
The wisdom Louise gave to all the aspiring mediators is rippling forever to make a better world. You did well, Louise.
Konstantyn Damas
October 15, 2017
Louise meant the world to the family of people who are devoted to making Boulder a more affordable place to live. She was an important mentor to me and I will miss her so much. She and Oak live on at BHP's Red Oak Park which is named, in large part, for them.
Betsey Martens
October 15, 2017
We met Louise and Oak in Mazatlán and enjoyed spending time with both of them. We know they are together again. We thank God for people like them because they cared about others and it was evident in everything they did. We had met Sam and Louise's dad there, and we are so sorry for your loss, we pray God surround you with his loving arms and give you peace.
Dan & Carol Heisler
October 14, 2017
Thank you, Sam, for notifying us of your mom's passing. We met her and Oak on a cruise and enjoyed knowing them. She was a lovely lady
Our condolences to you.
Nancy & Bob Heath
Lantana, TX
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