Myrtle Smith

January 24, 1930September 3, 2020

Smith, Myrtle Isoline went home to be with her Lord and Saviour on Thursday September 3, 2020.

Beloved wife of the late Stephen Nathaniel Smith; loving Mother to Lyndon, Maxene and Renore. Survived by her siblings: Phyllis Williams (late Herman Williams) and Gloria Simmons (late Kenneth Simmons).

She will be fondly remembered and missed by many cousins, nieces and nephews.

The family will receive relatives and friends from 9:00 am - 9:45 am on Friday September 18, 2020 with funeral service to follow at 10:00 am at the Westmount Memorial Celebration Center, 1001 Ottawa St. S., Kitchener, Ontario N2E 2X5. Reverend Das Sydney officiating.

Interment to follow at Parkview cemetery.

Please note: In accordance with the regulations of the Bereavement Authority of Ontario, due to COVID-19, all visitations, funerals and interments are restricted to a specified number of attendees. All visitors will be required to wear a mask or face covering, provide name and telephone number to funeral home staff, and must maintain social distancing at all times. Please follow directions of the funeral home staff upon arrival. If you are feeling ill or have travelled outside of Canada in the past 14 days, please do not attend.


  • Visitation

    Friday, September 18, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, September 18, 2020


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Gina-Mai Simmons

September 17, 2020

My memories of my Aunt Myrtle have evolved from the Aunt in which I always had to be on my best behaviour when interacting with her (if not I would hear it from my Mom), to a women that had a quiet dignity, perseverance and a quirky sense of humour.

We did not see each other often but when we did, it was interesting and fun.

You will be missed.

Love your neice, Gina-Mai Simmons-Coley

Gina-Mai Simmons

September 17, 2020

My thoughts go out to my cousins Lyndon, Maxeen and Renore.
Wishing you strength, courage and love during this difficult time.

Gina-Mai Simmons-Coley
Audley Coley

Thelma Clarke

September 16, 2020

Mrs Smith was a dear friend of Many at Highland Baptist Church, which she attended for over a decade
She was pleasant lady ,who had genuine
Interest in those she was very close to her
She cared about the well-being of others , quiet and private lady with a warm personally ,she took special interest in me and my son's ,and always wanted to know how they were doing
Especially when they were away in the USA for school
They always reported to her when they visited church.
During the Pandemic Lock down ,we spoke a few times ,and her concerns about what was really happening ,and the mystery of the virus , was of great
Concern for Her
She was a woman of strength She loved deeply
Our sympathies to Her children and family, you be will be in our prayers for
Strength as you go through this loss

Karen & Calvin Price

September 16, 2020

Sorry to hear of your mom's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with u at this time... .... Karen and Calvin Price..

Emily Yamoah

September 16, 2020

It is with a sad heart that I send my condolences to you Renore and Maxene Smith on the passing of your Mom. It is already a tough stretch with Covid-19 not letting up and now this.
Please try to be patient and remain level headed as you navigate though this difficult time. My prayers are with you.
Stay safe.

Judy Barrette-Flint

September 14, 2020

Mrs. Smith (she never shared her first name) and I worked together at Callright Marketing over quite a few years. When she had difficulty finding a doctor I gave her the name of my new doctor (Dr. Chettimada) and suggested that she try going to him as I thought he was taking new patients. She was accepted and was thrilled. I was so glad for her.

After I left Callright I would talk to Mrs. Smith a couple of times a year (during the summer months, and over the Christmas holidays). She would give me a call (she never gave me her telephone number) and we would talk for over an hour each time. What a delight! I spoke to her maybe the beginning of this year and she told me she was slowing down but did not share her cancer diagnosis (yes, I know she was very private). Just the other day I thought of her and wondered how she was doing. I knew she had to be quite advanced in years but, of course, she never shared her age with me.

Thank-you Maxine for letting me know about her death. Hugs to you, your sister and brother. I was very fond of your mother and I will miss our twice yearly telephone conversations.

Judy Barker

September 14, 2020

I knew your mom for many years. She would come to see me at my place of employment and after my retirement in 2015 she would call me at home. She was a lovely lady to chat with and was very proud of her family.
May happy memories of her bring you comfort in this time of loss.

Troy and Linda Baltus

September 11, 2020

We are praying for you Renore and Maxene and for your family. Losing a loved one is so very hard. May you feel God's peace, love and strength surrounding you.

Vince Fieldhouse

September 11, 2020

Connie and l are so sorry to hear about your mother. Your all in our thoughts.

John and Rosie Kellendonk

September 8, 2020

Our sincere love and prayers are with you and your family. Memories of my youth remind me of how kind your mother always was to us. I know that our faithful God will hold you & cover you all in a way that only He can.


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