Jennifer Powell Smith

November 3, 1966October 11, 2021

We are horribly saddened to announce the unexpected passing of Jennifer Powell Smith.

Jennifer succumbed to her injuries after being struck by an automobile. No further details are necessary. Thank you for respecting our privacy and peace at this difficult time.

Jennifer Powell Smith was born November 3rd, 1966, to John W (Boog) Powell and Janet S Powell. She was a proud graduate of Key West High School-1984. Jennifer worked in the mortgage banking field her entire career and was a Licensed Professional Mortgage Broker.

Growing up in Key West, FL Jennifer was an avid fan of all watersports, but especially loved fishing and lobster diving with her family and friends.

Jennifer was a loving, caring and generous soul with an infectious smile that would brighten any situation. We all loved Jennifer and will miss her very much.

Jennifer is pre-deceased by her mother Janet S Powell, sister Jill Victoria Powell and Uncle Charles A. Powell (Renae).

Jennifer is survived by her son Cole M Smith, father John W (Boog) Powell, brother John (JW) Powell Jr. (Colleen), nieces Victoria H Gladstone, Logan H Davant, Magnolia M Powell, and nephew John (Wes) Powell III and Uncle Richard B Powell (Bonnie) Uncle Carl Taylor (Jan). John & Donna Manwaring. Lifetime friends Beverly Coleman and Donna Smith as well as a long list of friends, acquaintances and business associates.

A Celebration of Life is scheduled for 2PM- October 23, 2021, at First United Methodist Church of Tavares. 600 W. Lanthe Street, Tavares FL. In lieu of flowers, a GoFundMe account has been established for the sole benefit of Jennifer’s son Cole, his future education and related living expenses.


23 October

Celebration of Life Service

2:00 pm

First United Methodist Church of Tavares

600 W. Lanthe Street
Tavares, FL


Jennifer Powell Smith

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Amanda Miller

October 14, 2021

My dear friend Jennifer brought light and laughter to all. We met at at open house I was holding and became fast close friends. I loved her smile and caring nature. Her infectious laugh and non-judgmental character. I miss her already and didn’t have my dear friend long enough. Prayers and blessings of lovely memories to her son, family and friends.

Love ya girlie!!!

Kimberly Phillipps Free

October 14, 2021

Jennifer would
Light up every room she ever entered ! So glad we were able to be together at our class reunion ❤️