Monday, January 14, 2013
Evans, Georgia—Graveside Services for Mrs. Sarah Jackson Smith, 79, of Brandon Wilde, Evans, Georgia, who entered into rest December 27, 2012, were conducted Tuesday afternoon, January 1, 2013 in Pineview Memorial Park, Rev. Greg Porterfield officiating.
Mrs. Smith was a native of Kings Mountain, North Carolina, a former resident of Kinston, North Carolina and Summerville, South Carolina. She was a member of Bethany United Methodist Church of Summerville and attended Wesley United Methodist Church. Mrs. Smith, while living in Summerville, volunteered with Meals on Wheels, HELP of Summerville and mentored elementary students. She also volunteered with Reach to Recovery.
Survivors include her husband of 56 years, Edwin B. Smith; two daughters and a son-in-law, Andrea Usry, North Augusta and Roslyn and Jody Burttram, Windermere, Florida; three grandchildren, Graham Fletcher, Morgan Fletcher and Jackson Burttram; two brothers, Robert Jackson, Denton, Texas and Harold Jackson, Spartanburg, South Carolina; two sisters, Mildred Davenport, Arden, North Carolina and Margaret Woodcock, Raleigh, North Carolina.
The family received friends at the Graveside following the service.
Memorials may be made Cure PSP, 30 East Padonia Road, Suite 201, Timmonium, Maryland 21093 and Bethany United Methodist Church, 118 West 3rd Street South, Summerville, South Carolina 29483.
The family expresses appreciation to Mrs. Smith’s caregivers, Nancy White, Gert Harris, Frances Gilyard, Ileana Gilyard, Eva Gilyard, Mattie Elam, Beatrice Smith, Elnora Dixon, Deborah Green and Odyssey Hospice of Augusta for their loving care.
Posey Funeral Directors of North Augusta in charge of arrangements (803-278-1181). Visit the registry online at www.poseyfuneraldirectors.com.
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