Trudy Smallwood

February 23, 1967March 29, 2021

Trudy Jo (Lovejoy) Smallwood , 54, passed away in her home in Martinsburg, WV, on Monday March 29, 2021. She was born to Anna and Odis Lovejoy on February 23, 1967 in Westminster, MD. Trudy is survived by her partner of 15 years, (Michael) Scott Baird; her two children, Brandon Smallwood and his wife, Emily, and Jessica Smallwood; five grandchildren, Landon, Boston, Eleanor, George, and Harriet; sisters, Sandra Jack and husband Paul of Woodsboro, MD, and Melissa Fellows of Fairplay, MD; nephews, Alex and Curtis Jack. Trudy is preceded in death by her mother, Anna (2018), and father, Odis (2006), as well as her brother-in-law, Dale Fellows (2020). Trudy was happiest when she was with her family. She loved going on adventures and making memories with her grandchildren, and she spoiled them every chance she could. She and Scott traveled to several places across the United States in their time together, including Texas, Arizona, and California. Trudy adored decorating her home for each season, especially at Christmastime, and she was an avid listener of 80s music. Trudy earned an associates degree from Shepherd College. She worked for M&T Bank for 31 years. A celebration of life is to be held at Rosedale Funeral Home on Saturday, April 24th, 2021 at 1pm.


24 April

Celebration of Life

1:00 pm

Rosedale Funeral Home

Martinsburg, West Virginia


Trudy Smallwood

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April 2, 2021

A beautiful person inside and out. She was such a sweet person. Sending hugs and prayers.

Rhonda Souders

April 2, 2021

Trudy, Thank You for enlightening me, sharing talks, laughter, stories knowledge, time, family adventures, rubberband wars,
lunch time, shared food and snacks we were a great team. I Miss You so Very Much. I know you will be standing at the gate forever watching out and over your beautiful family. Love You My Friend God Bless You and Yours as you walk through the days ahead 🙏

Terry Thompson

April 1, 2021

Trudy was my bank lady and a friend to me for more than 20 years. She always was kind and professional and had a witty personality that her and I could communicate with. When I would come through the door we each knew how our days were going. Trudy would make me special cookies every year at Christmas. She was a great person. M T bank should model her career for others to follow. I would see her 2-3 times a week.

Robert Smallwood

April 1, 2021

My deepest condolences for the loss of such a wonderful and caring woman way to early and unexpectedly. I know the deep sadness that I feel is nothing compared to those closest to Trudy. She will be greatly missed by everyone her bright light touched.