Mary Jo Smith

Mary Jo Shields Smith left her earthly home, to be with our Heavenly Father. She died peacefully in her home in New Boston, TX. She is going to be greatly missed by all. Mary Jo was born November 3rd, 1943 to E. Lowell Shields and Margaret Ida Nash. She married Kenneth E. Smith on October 10 1960, they later divorced. She had four children, 12 grandchildren, and 10 great grand children. She was best known as "Granny Great" by all that knew and loved her. Her greatest joy was her family. She loved to sing, dance and shoot trap. Mary Jo was preceded in death by both her parents and brother Lowell Dwayne Shields. She is survived by her children, Misty Smith, Camille Smith, Tamara Canning and Traci Smith, and grandchildren. Her sisters Lyneve (Richard) Cox, and Sally (Ray) Dewsnup, and sister in-law Janice (Lowell) Shields. Funeral services will be held at 12:30 on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at the Pine Canyon LDS chapel. A viewing will be held from 11:00 am to 12:30 prior to the service. Interment at the Tooele City Cemetery. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial, 435-277-0050.

5 comments:

Interesting Angler's said...

The heavens got another Angel, she will be forever in our hearts. So caring and sharing in everything you done, you are one of a kind. Until we meet again.... We love you so much. Love Mike, Brenda, Karlee, Jed, Savannah, Margaret,Stephen, Liz, Nadine and Loretta.(Cunningham)

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful woman she was. Raised all her kids, most of her grandkids and helped with her great grandkids. She is finally at peace and being greatly rewarded for everything she has done. Until we meet again.

Anonymous said...

The most selfless woman known to mankind.

Anonymous said...

My deepest sympathies to the family of Mary Jo Smith. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you doing this difficult time. Me and Mary Jo was co-workers at the Depot in Texarkana,Texas.

Evelyn Culberson

Traci said...

I love you so much. What a honor to call you momma. What a beautiful person you were. ... Rest in Peace Mom, until we meet again. Traci Lynn