OBITUARY

Lorraine Francis Smart

September 30, 1928May 30, 2021

Lorraine was born in Lynn Massachusetts to Michael and Sadie (Turball) Donahue on September 30, 1928. She was one of six children. She was married to the love of her life, John Smart, on July 8, 1950. Together they had 3 children: Richard, Janis and Michael.

Lorraine was an avid reader. One of her favorite authors was Tom Clancy. She enjoyed crocheting, doing needle point embroidery, and crossword puzzles. She liked to collect Precious Moments statues and Lighthouses as well.

Lorraine was a strong willed, independent woman who left a lasting impact on her entire family. She was a devoted, loving mother to her three children as well as a warmhearted and loving grandmother, great grandmother, and aunt. Her life was filled with challenges but she managed to always rise above them. In spite of the challenges she faced, Lorraine always found time to spread love & kindness to all she knew. Whether it was a weekly phone call, a card in the mail, or a visit, Lorraine made sure her family & friends were loved. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

Lorraine was preceded in death by her parents, her husband John and siblings James (Jim), William (Bill), Edward (ed), Mildred (Mitzi) and Patricia (Pat).

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Bruce Plummer

July 4, 2021

I remember the many happy times Pat & I had with you on our trips back for visits. You were fun to be with and kept us on an even keel with all the demands of family. So many memories' so sad.

Bruce

Glenda Weeks

July 3, 2021

I remember going to the grocery store and to Walmart with her. I always enjoyed being around her. She made me laugh and always had a smile on her face. She was and still is a very beautiful person inside and out! I love you Larraine!

Michael Smart

July 3, 2021

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