Martha Stevens Smith

Born in Nashville, TN on December 9, 1931

Departed on September 29, 2011 and resided in Pegram, TN

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SMITH, Martha Stevens – Age 79 of Pegram passed away surrounded by her family at home on September 29, 2011. Mrs. Smith was a loving, selfless, kind, humble, compassionate, genuine woman who was an inspiration to anyone who knew her. She enjoyed being a homemaker, and providing for anyone she came into contact with. She also loved reading, traveling to the beach and collecting Angels and Bell keepsakes of all kinds. Proceded in death by her parents, Mary & Theopholis Stevens, sister, Evelyn Mangrum; brothers, Frank Stevens & Charles Stevens. Survived by her devoted husband of 59 years, D. L. Smith; daughter, Donna Cowart Dale; sons, Ronnie Smith Debbie & Steve Smith; six grandchildren, Jeremy Gaddes, Brandy Self Mark, Kristi Cowart, Kacie Smith, Brian Smith and Melanie Searles; five great-grandchildren. A Life Celebration will be held 11am Monday at Harpeth Hills Funeral Home with Jeff Dewees officiating. Burial to follow at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Visitation will be 2pm – 8pm Sunday at Harpeth Hills Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers dontations may be made to Alive Hospice. HARPETH HILLS FUNERAL HOME, 9090 Hwy 100, Nashville, TN 615-646-9292. www.afamilylegacy.com

One Comment to Martha Stevens Smith

  1. Susie Inman
    September 30, 2011 12:00 am

    I’ll always remember Miss Martha with her quick smile and hug. She would make me feel so pretty and special everytime I saw her, “My don’t you look good!” even when it could’ve been farther from the truth!! Whether we were at the Y and all sweaty or having just come up from the beach with the dreaded ‘Beach Hair” her responce was always the same! I most like to remember her and D.L.in Florida a couple of years ago. They were sitting in the condo, leaned way back in matching recliners, in front of the hugh sliding glass door. Of course they were holding hands,just enjoying each other and the beautiful sandy, white snow beach and ocean. Yes, that’s how I want to remember Miss Martha. Love to you all. Susie