Nell-Smith-Obituary

Senator Nell Smith

Easley, South Carolina

1929 - 2011 (Age 81)

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Senator Nell W. SmithEasleyNell Whitley Smith, 81, of 110 Laurel Road, died at her home on Saturday, October 22, 2011, after a long illness surrounded by her family and friends.Born in Washington, NC in 1929, Mrs. Smith was the daughter of the late Arthur Hugh and Alice Whitley Smith. She...

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To the family of Nell Smith, I would just like to tell you what a pleasure it was to not only take care of your Mother but also to become her friend. She was an exceptionally wonderful lady and I say that with the upmost respect. Thank you for letting me be part of her life. I will never forget her. If you need anything, all you have to do is call. I am so sorry. Traci Saad

SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS I PRAY THAT GOD WILL GIVE YOU THE STRENGH TO GET THROUGH THIS TIME OF GRIEF THE HARDEST DAYS LAY AHEAD IF I CAN HELP IN ANY WAY DONT HESITATE TOCALL OR ASK (JOHN PORTER)

SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS I PRAY THAT GOD WILL GIVE YOU THE STRENGH TO GET THROUGH THIS TIME OF GRIEF THE HARDEST DAYS LAY AHEAD IF I CAN HELP IN ANY WAY DONT HESITATE TOCALL OR ASK (JOHN PORTER)

Sorry to hear about Miss Nell, she was a special lady who will be missed by all. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.


My thoughts and prayers go out to Robert & Phyllis Sams and all of Nells family. I am fortunate enough to have known Nell through the Easley Chamber of Commerce & through the Pickens County Library System where she was one of our Friends' Presidents. She has touched so many lives and always had a kind word to say & a smile on her face.

Stacy Israel & family

Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. I am honored to have had her as a teacher and friend. Always a smile and and spark of encouragement. She will be missed.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Heaven has another angel . We all mourn her loss. She is truly a great southern lady that gave us so much of herself. Thank you Mrs. Smith. You have truly left a great legacy. You will be sorely missed. My sincere best wishes to Hugh,Sam,Susan,Phylis and family.

Susan, we are thinking of you.
Love,
Norma, Wayne, & Mullet