Libra S. Smith
1978 - 2020
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Libra Smith exchanged her time on Earth for eternity in Heaven on June 19, 2020. Libra was born on July 31, 1978 to Willie and Georgia Smith. A graduate of Lew Wallace High School Class of 1996. She was a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant, Licensed Massage Therapist, and an established entrepreneur in the field of fashion, health, and beauty. She was highly ambitious and would accomplish anything she set her mind to. Libra lived a life of elegance, class, grace, and purpose. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Willie and Grace Smith; and Alex and Henrietta Cunningham; Mother, Georgia Smith; brother, Mario Smith; sister, Josephine Smith; and niece, Kaci Hyatt. Left to cherish Libra's precious memories are her loving son Simeon Lyons; devoted Father, Willie Smith; dedicated sister, Tamla Smith; favorite nephew, Tyree Davis II; adoring niece, Khloe Hyatt; and many other loving relatives and family friends. A private Memorial Service is scheduled for July 10, 2020. For details contact Tamla Smith at 219-281-6030. Due to Covid-19 mask are required and social distancing will be practiced.

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Published in Post-Tribune on Jul. 5, 2020.
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October 25, 2020
I am at a total loss...I am just finding out that I lost my best friend. I wasn't there...I should've been there. I love you so much Libra. My sister,my easy love.
Arienne Williams
July 11, 2020
To the Smith family. I extend my deepest condolences in the loss of Libra she was a very kind and loving person. May God bless you and keep you strong
Bettie Wilson
July 9, 2020
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Aubree Thorsen
July 9, 2020
Libra was absolutely one of a kind.
Her drive for life was brilliant and she just always had the way of making anyone at ease. She is someone that will never he forgotten.
Fly high Libra. You are amongst the sweetest angels. Im proud to say that I knew you.
Aubree Thorsen
July 9, 2020
Dear Libra,
My heart is heavy with sorrow, even though I know you would not like it. You, of all the people , where always full of optimism and always showed resiliency and courage. One would never know unless told, that you were battling an illness. You rarely talked about it and you never allowed yourself to be defined by it. You blamed nobody and never felt sorry for yourself. You generated so much positive energy, that everyone near you felt stronger and happier. I was trying to learn from you. You have taught me one of lifes most important lessons, that I am forever grateful for. You showed me that life is what we make of it, and not what is handed down to us. Your head was always up and your amazing smile kept shining like a beacon of hope. I have never seen such strength in anybody else.
You were my closest friend. You lifted me up more times that I can remember, always having words of encouragement or solace. I feel blessed that you crossed my path for three beautiful years. I hoped there would be many more. You will always be missed and never forgotten.
Val (Waldek) Dynerman
July 7, 2020
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Waldemar Dynerman
July 7, 2020
Libra was a past member of the Emmanuel Lutheran Church family. Our condolences to the family. "For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him may not perish but may have eternal life." (John 3:16)
Marc Cram
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