OBITUARY

Rose Marie Smith

September 4, 1924January 7, 2021
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Rose M. Smith, 96, of Canton, Ohio, died Thursday, January 7, 2021, at Mercy Medical Hospital.

She was born September 4, 1924, to the late Estella and Samuel Smith. Rose loved to spend her time playing cards with friends and family. She also enjoyed delivering used books to several area nursing homes.

Rose is survived by her children, Jack & Charlotte Smith (of Canton, OH), James & Joan Smith (of Canton, OH), and Kathleen & Barry Japak (of Pulaksi, PA); six grandchildren, Jackie (Ben) Sapp, Doug, (Brinda) Smith, David (Cindy) Smith, Dawn Pollock, Julie Metz, and Tina (Brian) Adamson; nine great-grandchildren, and four great-great-grandchildren.

Along with her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, Edward, and her two sisters, Dorothy and Gertrude.

There are no formal services at this time. The family will hold a gathering to celebrate her life at a later date.

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Wayne Huberty

January 10, 2021

Jack,Charlotte and Family ; Sorry for the Passing of your Mother .May she rest in peace and be with her Lord and Savior. May your Good Memories of her give you peace. Our Sympathy to you . Wayne and Kay

Kelsy Smith

January 10, 2021

So many memories with you. You were always such a pleasure to be around. I will forever miss your sense of humor, your fearless personality and your love to play cards. You were such an amazing woman. I love you so much.

Tina Adamson

January 10, 2021

My sweet little Grandma,
A lifetime of memories with you always there to keep a secret about coming home late from Prom, crack a joke, show us how to play cards, cook a homemade meal for a hungry college kid and give a little squeeze over a broken heart.

I know you and Papa had a joyous reunion in Heaven. I’m sure you gave him heck for leaving us so unexpectedly.

Until we see each other again, all my love,
Tina

Kyla Lorenz

January 9, 2021

There are so many memories to share but one I will always remember is sled riding down your hill at your house and your famous ham salad sandwiches . I knew I could always go to you for an honest answer . You were fearless with everything you said. You will be missed but memories of you will live on forever . Love Kyla

Kassidy Smith

January 9, 2021

Great granny, I’ll always remember you watching us play with blocks at nana’s house. Such an amazing mother,grandmother, great grandma, and so much more. Always making me laugh. Always loved, never forgotten, forever missed.
We will miss you and love you
Kassidy

Brinda and Doug Smith

January 9, 2021

Granny was always smiling and such a joy to share time together at holidays and birthdays. She was never afraid to speak her mind and so many times left us laughing. We will miss her dearly but she leaves us with so many cherished memories until we see her again.

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