Nina Smith
1934 - 2021
BORN
1934
DIED
2021
FUNERAL HOME
Roller-McNutt Funeral Home
650 Central Landing Blvd
Conway, AR

Nina Smith, 87, of Conway, Arkansas passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021 in Conway, Arkansas. Mrs. Smith was born on Wednesday, March 14, 1934, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to the late Orrie Clark and Daisy Hughes Clark.

Nina was a member of First Christian Church in Conway, Arkansas. She obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Arts and English from the University of Central Arkansas. Nina was a member of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority for many years. She later worked for the UCA bookstore for over twenty years. Some of the things she enjoyed were painting, gardening, golfing, going to UCA games, she also loved playing bridge and dominoes with her sorority sisters. It was often said she never met a stranger.

Left to cherish her memory are, one daughter, Wendy Smith of Conway, Arkansas; three nephews, Berrye Smith (Celeste) of Spingfield, Missouri, David Lester, (Berna) of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Charles Lester (Jamie) of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; two nieces, Jackie Menasco (Keith) of Phoenix, Arizona, Laurel Darrow (Joe) of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; four Caregivers, Tina Tarpley, Melissa Hight, Catelynn Abbott, Courtney Perry; and several great nieces, great nephews, cousins and friends.

Mrs Smith is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Dr. Derald Smith; and one sister, Joan Moreland.

A private service for Mrs. Smith will be held at a later date.

You may sign the online guestbook at www.roller funeralhomes.com/conway


Published by Log Cabin Democrat on Nov. 12, 2021.
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