Carol Moor Smith

December 20, 1951December 28, 2020

Carol Moor Smith, of Jacksonville, Fl, passed away on December 28, 2020, to join her Heavenly Father and other loved ones in heaven. A woman affectionately known by many names such as: Mom, Wife, Aunt, Grandma, or friend, she devoted her time to loving those around her. In the end, her focus was fighting the good fight with faith in her battle against cancer. Carol left an everlasting impression on all those she met throughout her 69 years of life. She leaves behind her greatest treasures on earth: devoted husband, David Smith, two sons Andy and Tim Moor along with their spouses, Marsha, and Saundra, and her 9 “babies” grandchildren, Faith, Hope, Nicholas, Christian, Grace, Katelyn, Jeremiah, Alexandra, and Aubrey.

Please join the family and friends for the Celebration of Her Life Lived. The Service for Carol Moor Smith will be held on January 9, 2021 at 2:00pm at Calvary Christian Fellowship at 3266 Southside Blvd., Jacksonville, Fl 32216. A viewing will be offered on January 13, 2021 from 1:00pm- 2:00pm, followed by graveside service located at Greenlawn Cemetery at 4300 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, Fl 32207.


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021


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January 13, 2021

Carol Moor Smith was our precious friend and sister in Christ. We watched Carol share her love with others by laughing, cooking, serving, organizing, singing and teaching the messages of the Bible. Her specialty was leading friends and family to the infilling of the Holy Spirit. Carol was just fun to be around. One of our favorite things to do was to attend Joyce Meyer Conferences. Once in an elevator a group of women thought Carol was Joyce. She never did convince those women that she was just Carol. I told her next time to just sign autographs.

Debby and Dennis Paulson

January 11, 2021

Carol was a loving and sweet person that I called my FRIEND. She and I would talk for hours on the phone. I did not know her long, but I felt like I had known her all my life. I already miss our long talks, but look forward to seeing her again in Heaven.

Andreas Womack

January 11, 2021

My time knowing Carol was too brief. She lived her last years next door and I always enjoyed visiting with her and David.

There aren't enough people like the Smith's these days. Obvious love. A couple to teach the rest of us how to be a couple. How to live. How to handle the most difficult challenges this world puts on us.

Thank you Carol for your advise in my life and know you leave behind a legacy of teaching us all how to be better people in every thing we do.

David Smith

January 10, 2021

Carol and I were married for less than two years and I grew to love her more each day. God was first in her life followed by her family. She was an intelligent, beautiful woman that loved everyone. She enjoyed every moment with family and friends from reunions to birthday parties to breakfast with friends. Our journey together was short but wonderful. I will miss her every day of my life.

Helen Mank

January 7, 2021

Carol was such a fine example of what it meant to be a Christian female warrior. She inspired, encouraged, and taught in all circumstances. She was a loyal friend. Her laughter with girlfriends was refreshing. Her love of her family was awesome. She loved deeply. She enjoyed her life. Got thru life’s trials holding onto Jesus hand. She is sorely missed. But...she’s dancing on those streets of gold in Heaven.

Sherry Edwards

January 1, 2021

I met Carol in 1990 or shortly thereafter when I started the preschool at Merrill Road Baptist Church. She served on the board of the preschool/daycare. In later years, my husband and I were in her home during fellowship of the lifegroup leaders. She was an excellent cook and had the gift of hospitality and wisdom.

Betsy Agnew

December 31, 2020

Carol was one of the best part my life from the age of 4! 4th birthday party, 2nd grade Blue Birds, grade school carpools, 13 -14 olds a Saturday fishing trip with her parents. sleepovers, graduation,college, her wedding to1st husband Ken, matron of honor for me, "around the corner & cross the street" trailer parks, trying to stay in touch through husbands,children,work, in touch finally after we both retired, celebrated with her for her wedding to 2nd husband.
And now, will celebrate her promotion to one of God's guardian angels. Betsy Bostwick Agnew