July 30, 1931 – February 17, 2021
Jacquelene Smith, age 89, of Harker Heights, passed away on February 17, 2021 at a local hospital. She was born on July 30, 1931 in Benton, Arkansas the daughter of George and Esther (Rogers) Covert.
A funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 27, 2021 via livestream only at www.Scanioharperfuneralhome.com. No in-person attendance will be available.
On May 18, 1951 in Houston, TX, Jacquelene married Noel M. Smith. Being an Army wife, she lived in a variety of places before landing in Harker Heights. She was a member of Memorial Baptist Church, served as President of Officers Wives Clubs in various places, was a member and past Worthy Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star, member of the Social Order of the Beauceant and life member and past Queen of Marek Temple #104 of the Daughters of the Nile. Her most important job was being a loving wife, mother, and grandmother.
Jacquelene is survived by her children, Sharlyn Bammel of Spicewood, TX and Noel M. Smith, Jr. of College Station, grandchildren, Brian Bammel and wife Julia of Tomball, TX, Kevin Bammel of Houston, TX, David Bammel and wife Jessica of Spicewood, TX, Jacquelene Smith of Park City, Utah, and Laura Mason and husband Dudley of San Antonio, TX, great-grandchildren Leyton, Evelyn, Catheryn, Adyllie, Dylin, Eliana, Isaac, Brodrick, and Aurelia. She is also survived by her brother George Covert of Sheridan, Arkansas and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 53 years retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Noel M. Smith, Sr. and her parents George and Esther Covert.
- Sharlyn Bammel, Daughter
- Noel M. Smith, Jr, Son
- Brian Bammel (Julia), Grandson
- Kevin Bammel, Grandson
- David Bammel (Jessica), Grandson
- Jacque Smith, Grandaughter
- Laura Mason (Dudley), Grandaughter
Scanio-Harper Funeral Home
February 25, 2021
To the family: Jackie was a great lady and a pleasant person to talk with. Ginny (my wife) and I knew her when Noel was living and they were both active in the Easter Star in the Temple-Belton area. Jackie was not able to attend any OES meetings for the last 5 plus years so we would go visit her 2-3 times per year...and generally in December. She will be missed.