OBITUARY

Georgine D. Ramirez

August 11, 1937November 1, 2019

Georgine D. (Dyer) Ramirez, 82, a resident of Swanzey, NH, passed away peacefully on November 1, 2019 at the Cheshire Medical Center in Keene. She was born August 11, 1937 in Patten, Maine the daughter of Earl and Olive (Young) Dyer. She was a strong, independent, adventurous woman. She was a wonderful artist and created many beautiful paintings, drawings and sculptures throughout her life. She loved to read. She had a love of horses and enjoyed caring for and riding them. She will be missed by many. She is survived by her sons, John Smith, Jr and his wife Karen, Barton A. Smith and his wife Darlene and Glenn Smith and his wife Christine; her brothers, Kenneth Dyer and his wife Linda, James Dyer and his companion, Lugene, and Larry Dyer and his wife Angela; her sisters, Wilda Payne, Marguerite Dyer, Julie Conner and her husband Richard and Earlene Lawrence and her husband Bryan, and her stepmother, Sarah “Sally” Dyer; eight grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and extended family members. She was predeceased by her brother, Douglas Dyer and her sister, Lori Dyer. Georgine’s family will remember her in private services. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Monadnock Humane Society, 101 West Swanzey Rd, Swanzey, NH. 03446.

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John Smith

November 18, 2019

I still keep reaching for the phone to call every morning with my coffee. Now I can only admire all of your paintings and carvings and remember all of the good times I miss so much.

Earlene Lawrence

November 18, 2019

Johnny, Bart and Glenn,

You are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
Your mom was beautiful and her artistic talents were just amazing.
I was thinking back on the times we came to visit at your home in Antrim growing up, and how fun those times were.
Even though we were so far apart, there was always some comfort in seeing her name when she liked one of my posts or put a post on of her own. We chatted briefly not long ago, and I am glad that we had that opportunity.
Please feel free to message me if you ever need to chat...Love you, Earlene

Glenn Smith

November 8, 2019

I already miss you, Ma. As I drive home and realize I can’t ring you up, that I can’t interrupt your card game with Bart or hear the latest cute thing Joaquin did when he last visited ... there are only memories now and they’ll grow dim with time ... but for now only waves of sadness.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY