Florence Smith

Florence "Liz" Smith

Friday December 20th, 2019
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Liz Smith's sun rose on June 20, 1940 in Wendel, West Viginia, and her sun set on December 20, 2019 at 79 years of age in Cleburne, Texas surrounded by family.

She was the daughter of Roy and Flora Mayle (Moyers).

Liz was a soldier of the Salvation Army Church in Big Spring, Texas. She loved watching Joel Osteen and reading her Bible. She enjoyed scratch off lottery tickets and going to bingo. Above all else she enjoyed spending time with her family, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Roy and Flora Mayle; siblings, Roy Vina, Winnie, Bud, Shirley, Ramona, Kenny, Linda, Butch, Billy, and Buster; and great-granddaughter, Deznique King.

Liz is survived by her loving husband whom she married June 25, 1961, Allan (Jim) Smith; sister, Adeline Bort and husband, Dave; brother, Doug Mayle and wife, Connie; daughters, Rita Hotelling and husband, Danny, and Linda Rodriguez and husband, Chris; son, Allan Lee Smith; grandchildren, James, Brooke, April, Miguel, Starla, Juan, Anastasia, Trevor, Casey, Quinton, Hannah, Martha, Ethan, and Tyler; thirty-one great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and multiple nieces, nephews and cousins.

Memorial Service: 6 p.m. Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 603 Graham St., Cleburne, Texas.
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Linda C Rodriguez

Posted at 12:28pm
Mom I remember when dad wanted to move to Texas and i wanted to stay in Ohio. But we moved to Texas anyways. So one day you came up with a ideal. I was in 7th grade at the time. I use to walk home from school. So one afternoon before dad got off work. You tore my cloths and wipe mud all over me. And told dad that I was jumped by 3 girls walking home. So yes we got to move back to Ohio but dad stayed. . But we returned a year later. You did all this cause I hated Texas at the time. I love you mom.

Sis, Bob, Debbie, John and Family

Posted at 11:04am
Never more than a thought away, loved and remembered everyday. With love and hugs,
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Linda c Rodriguez

Posted at 11:40pm
This was my mom my bestfriend my sister. She taught me how to be a young lady a mother a wife. But if I did wrong she would tear my butt up. I would never changed anything about her. I miss you so much. Love you to the moon and back. Hold the gate open. For me. See you again one day.


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