Nellie White SMITH

March 13, 1934April 26, 2021

Nellie Margaret White Smith, “Nanny”, passed away on April 26, 2021. She was born in McCormick, South Carolina and is loved by her family and will be missed dearly. She enjoyed spending time with family and had many amazing qualities. Mrs. Smith is predeceased by her daughter: Mary Kay Thompson; brother, Paul and sisters, Mary and Kate. Nellie is survived by her son: Andrew A Smith III; Step Son: Andrew J. Smith; Daughter: Debra S. Glaze; Step Daughters: Gloria Stewart and Patricia McMillian; Grandchildren: Katina Glaze Phillips (Jim) , Andrew A Smith IV (Brandi), Amanda K Monkoski (Ryan), Christopher Smith (Beth) and Georgette Glaze (Jamie); Step Grand Children: Judy Olsen, Jackie LeVan, Jay Smith, Michael Smith (Michelle), Patrick McMillian, Brian Roman and David Roman; Great Grand Children: Jacob Phillips (Kaley), Ty Moreland, Elizabeth Phillips, Zakery McNair, Gibson Beck Glaze, Reece Beck Glaze, Tessa Smith, Cohen Smith Brittany Smith, Ashley Smith, Hannah Smith and Caleb Smith; Great Great Grandchildren: coming in June of 2021, James Ethan Phillips; and a host of extended family and friends. Family will receive friends on Saturday, May 1, 2021 from 4-6 PM at HARDAGE-GIDDENS HOLLY HILL FUNERAL HOME, 3601 Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, FL. Funeral services will be held 1 PM, Sunday, May 2, 2021 at the funeral home. Burial will follow in Holly Hill Memorial Park. Please post words of comfort at


  • Visitation

    Saturday, May 1, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Sunday, May 2, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Sunday, May 2, 2021


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Carol Kelly Cason

May 1, 2021

When Grace Smith Kelly passed in 1979, my Precious Mother, I rushed to St, Vincent’s so fast that I didn’t know I had carried away my husbands truck when the time came to take that long walk to mama’s bed( after she had passed) I felt a arm slip around my waist ever so softly, and in my greatest grief I looked up and it was Aunt Nell. Down that long dark passage, she walked with me as I sobbed, whispering comforting words the whole way. I didn’t have to stand alone. I will never forget her, my Aunt Nell.