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Corrina G. Smith
April 24, 1949 - Nov. 18, 2020

Corrina G. Smith, age 71, of Edmond, OK, went to be with our Lord Jehovah on Nov. 18, 2020. She passed away peacefully with family by her side in her home. She was born April 24, 1949, in Las Vegas, NM to Conrado Hayes and Maria Seferina Martinez. She is survived by her husband, Rex Smith, daughter, Brenda Hayes, son, David Smith and wife Lisa, son, Darrell Smith and wife Elizabeth, and stepson, Jeff Smith and wife Annette, all of Edmond, OK; grandchildren, Jessica Conner, Daniel Conner, Logan Smith, Allyson Smith, and Nicole Smith; great-grandson, Tyson Conner; sister, Priscilla Hayes, of Rio Rancho, NM; brother, Toney Martinez, of Union, MS; brother, Chris Martinez of Edmond, OK; and numerous beloved nieces, nephews, cousins, family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Robert Martinez; and sister, Patricia Martinez. Corrina married Rex Smith Dec. 17, 1971, and they spent almost 49 wonderful years together by each other's side. She grew up in Las Vegas, NM, attended Draughon's Business School and worked various jobs throughout her life, but her passion was for her children and taking care of others as well as her community. She was an avid Christian and enjoyed studying the Bible. She loved the outdoors and working in the garden, especially canning vegetables harvested by her and Rex. She took great joy in collecting knick-knacks and various figurines that caught her fancy. She loved various styles of mid-century music, most of all, Elvis songs and old Western movies or TV shows were always on the TV in the background. She loved her family and friends and every person she met. She was truly a genuine person. She will be dearly missed, but we are grateful we will be reunited with her one day.

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Published in Oklahoman on Nov. 22, 2020.
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