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Louise B. Smith

July 28, 1927 — December 4, 2019

The Celtic tree of life symbolizes strength, a long life and wisdom. It's roots are firmly planted deep into the soil of generations past and it's branches reach skyward, to touch the heavens, connecting this life to the next. For everything there is a season and a time for every purpose. Consider the trees and how easily they let go of the season's bounty. Louise B. Smith (nee Bascon) faced the path of time for 92 years. She believed in her roots, her heritage and connected her generations. On Thursday July 28th, 1927 Louise came to this world as a tourist. She enjoyed life, went sightseeing, did good deeds and left us on Wednesday December 4th, 2019. To the world you are a mother but, to your family, you are our world.

Louise's formative years were planted in Canton, NY. She had spent her early years there and was an integral part of her children's lives. She was a den mother and had been a part of the cub scouts and boy scouts. At home she enjoyed being mom, baking and cooking. Louise researched and studied her genealogy, her family history and was able to travel the world pursuing it in the old country through Europe, Ireland in particular.

Ralph Waldo Emerson had said "...It's not the length of life but the depth..." Louise filled her life with her family. Her late husband Paul and her late son Terry. Mrs. Smith is survived by her son Ronald & his wife Phyllis as well as her daughter-in-law Joyce Smith. She is the proud grandmother of Terry, Jr. & his wife Danielle, Jaclyn & her husband Tom Mansell and Kyle Smith.

Burial and love's reunion will be held privately in a place where she will always have her name, where a life infused with love reaches beyond time. It's there that generations to come will find a connection to their roots and feel the sense of belonging to a greater force called family. As an expression of sympathy and in lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society 1851 Old Cuthbert Rd. Cherry HIll, NJ 08034 www.cancer.org or to The American Heart Association 1 Union St. #301 Robbinsville, NJ 08691 www.heart.org
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