Norma Smith

Norma Jean Smith

July 7, 1932 - April 11, 2020
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Norma Jean Smith, 87 of White Hall went home to be with her Heavenly Father on April 11,2020. She was born on July 7, 1932 and graduated from White Hall High School. Jean was retired from Woolworths and USA Drug and was a member of First Baptist Church White Hall. She will be remembered for her sunny nature and positive view of the world. She always thought the best of others and uplifted those around her. She was preceded in death by her husband, I.D. (Dude) Smith; parents, Marvin and Thalia McCrary; sisters, Helen Moustakes, Freda Manning and Laverne Carter and brother, Marvin (Buddy) McCrary, Jr.
Survivors include sister, Edith Wilson of Little Rock; step-son, I.C. Smith, his wife, Carla and their daughters and their children: Leah Smith; Lara (Eric) Hammje, Ivan and Merrick; Amy (Jonathan) Bennett, Chase and Griffin. She is also survived by a host of loving nieces and nephews.
Memorials can be made to First Baptist Church White Hall. No services are planned at this time. A public celebration will be scheduled later.
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Sherita (Womack) Clifton

Posted at 03:31pm
Ooohhh Ms. Norma... You was ALWAY such a sweet lady. We works led at USA drugs together for 5 years until I graduated HS in 2001. We shared some great days and I loved to keep you, Ms. Diane and Ms. Lenora going during our AM shifts on the weekend. My Gran moved to the same house you now live in the next day. Her name is Velma Kentle. If you see her, tell her I said, “we miss her! We will celebrate her life soon. Last, let her know that I’ll take care of Ma with her help as my angel!” Til we meet again in the AM...

Tamara Cuthbertson

Posted at 11:50am
Aunt Jean was always a very special aunt to me even after she was no longer married to my uncle. My family lived in McGehee and it was a very special treat to go to Pine Bluff and go see Aunt Jean at Woolworth's. She was never to busy to take a few minutes to sit at the counter and visit with us. She was the type of person that always made you feel special and we knew she loved us. I was so happy and blessed to have her drive to McGehee to my high school baccalaureate service in 1969. The last time I got to see her was several years ago in White Hall and she was still the same sweet person I had always known her as. She always had a smile on her face and was such a joy to know. I know her family will really miss her but I know that I will see her again in Heaven. God Bless each of you during this time. Tamara Tedder Cuthbertson, Burleson, TX

Michelle Moore Sargent

Posted at 09:10pm
Mrs Norma Jean was a very good friend of my late grandmother Murline Jenkins . I have many fond memories of her growing up and going to church at Lee Memorial . Always a sweet and kind lady . My prayers go out to the family .

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