OBITUARY

Denise "DeeDee" Smith

November 30, 1969July 2, 2018

Denise Dawn Smith "DeeDee" born on November 30, 1969 of Raleigh, N.C. passed away July 2, 2018 at her home in Beulaville, NC. She is the daughter of predeceased Jeanette Daisy Autry and William Braxton Smith. Survived by her children Jennifer D. Smith, Charles A. Barbour IV and David Marc Jones and their parents Brian Bass, Charles Barbour III and Art Jones.

Her grandchildren Alexis Newkirk, Madison Prosper-Barbour, Maleah Jones and Bobby Joe Sanderson.

Her siblings Pam Dean, Greg Smith, Jerry Harellson, Deborah Bunn, Margaret Harrellson, Lisa Miller and William " Bud" Smith. Also with several nephews, nieces and cousins.

Her graveside service will be held at McLaurin Funeral Home 12830 US-70 BUS Clayton, NC 27520 at 9:00am Monday, July 9, 2018 for her family.

The family request for friends to show their respect/presence at her Celebration of Life being held at the Wake County Speedway 2109 Simpkins Rd Raleigh, NC 27603 held on saturday July 14, 2018 staring at 12:00pm.

Services

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REMEMBERING

Denise "DeeDee" Smith

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Sandra (Stormy) Pittman

July 6, 2018

Me and Dee has made many great momories since we met in 2nd grade..with both our families and our uncomplicated relationship...although our lives were at times..You could never be replaced..You will always be my bestfriend!!.I'll see you on the flipside..I love you!!

Suzanne Jablonski

July 6, 2018

Dee Dee...too soon luv but damn you sure knew how to live life! I couldn't help but want to smile, giggle, and get into trouble with you! I will miss you darlin! Until we meet again...

Robin Lynn Rhodes

July 6, 2018

DeeDee is and will always be like a sister to me. We have so many cherished memories together I wouldn't know where to begin. I do know that she loved her children and grandchildren more than life itself. She would brighten up any room with her smile. She was a genuine friend to me for over 30 years, my partner in crime, my shoulder to cry on as I was hers. We even argued like sisters do; but no matter what we were always here for one another. I am going to miss us laughing so loud together. Now she is a beautiful angel shining down on all of us and a gaurdian angel to her children/ grandchildren. I will miss her so much. Rest in peace my BEAUTIFUL Sissy, until the day we meet again bc I know when I get to heavens doors you will be waiting for me... Love your Sissy, Robin Lynn Rhodes ❤️

FROM THE FAMILY