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Margaret Scott Smith

March 19, 1924January 6, 2021
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Margaret Scott Smith peacefully passed away surrounded by family and friends on January 6, 2021. Ms. Smith was a resident of Aldersgate Community in Charlotte, NC. Born on March 19, 1924, she was raised in Aiken, SC, daughter to the late Reda Louise Cook Scott and Hiram Mackey Scott, amid her father’s cotton gin business. Ms. Smith was an avid swimmer and spent countless hours at “Scott’s Lake”, a community pool built and operated by her father. She was a graduate of Coker College in Hartsville, SC. After her marriage to pharmacist Grover L. Smith of Springfield, SC the family moved to Charlotte in 1956 and settled in the Cotswold community. She was a volunteer for over 20 years at Novant Charlotte Orthopedic Hospital. Her love of dance carried her through life and her outgoing personality led to friendships with everyone she met. Ms. Smith is preceded in death by her first husband, Grover Leroy “Roy” Smith, second husband, Charlie McCann; brothers, Dick “H.C.” Scott, Mackey Scott, Jr. “Josh” and sister, Kathleen “Kitty” Scott Killingsworth. Ms. Smith is survived by her children, Beth Armstrong (Larry), Grover V. Smith (Chelsi); grandchildren, Scott Armstrong (Jennifer), Matthew Armstrong (Eve), Chloe Helms (Scott), Stephan Smith, Gabriel Smith (Kathryn), Larke “J.J.” Smith; great-grandchildren, Ryan, Kaitlyn, Mackey, Madelyn, Abby, James, Jake, Charlotte, Declan and Nicholas.

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Sylvia Ballard

January 10, 2021

We worshipped together for many years
at St. Johns United Methodist Church. It was a pleasure to be a part of her life.

Sylvia Ballard

Chelsi Smith

January 9, 2021

One of my favorite memories of Margaret was how devoted she was to her grand and great grandchildren. Nothing was too hard for her when it came to her family.
When we needed a special Strawberry Shortcake doll, Cabbage patch doll or Lego set for Christmas she was on the job. She would call all the stores, talk up the sales clerks for hints of when it was stocked, be at the store before it opened and run in and snatch up the desired toy before anyone else had a chance to grab it.
She was absolutely amazing!
We miss you Nana!

Olivia Hodge

January 8, 2021

I'm so sorry for your loss. My mother is also at Cuthnertson Village her name is Sarah Purser. I had many times to enjoy talking with your mother she was so funny and I really enjoyed being with her and laughing and my mother enjoyed the time too.God bless you
all.

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