Mary Smith
Mary Smith
Mary Smith
Mary Smith
Mary Smith
Mary Smith

Obituary of Mary E. Smith

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Hilton - Mary E. Smith passed away on Sunday, March 13, 2022 at the age of 88. She was predeceased by her parents, Edward and Emma Keast; her husband, Kenneth Smith; her grandson, Noah Smith; and her brother, Edward Keast. She is survived by her children, Todd (Char) Smith, Gordon Smith, Mark (Ann) Smith, Robert (Monika) Smith and Eric (Joanne) Smith; her 10 grandchildren, Erica (Chris) Dobson, Jillian (Adam) Webster, Nathan (Kate) Smith, Samantha (Derek) Brado, Colin (Valerie) Smith, Mallory (Brian) Benson, Caleb (Lauren) Smith, Lucas (Alyssa) Smith, Caitlin (Thomas) Henck, Patrick Ryan; her 16 great-grandchildren, Alana, Carter, Bristol, Brayden, Olivia, Sophia, Tanner, Baylee, Skylar, Juliet, Noelle, Owen, Vance, Isabella, Lexi and Isaac.

Mary became a Registered Nurse in the early 1950's. She loved local history, was an author and the Historian for the Town of Hamlin, where she worked for 35 years. She also enjoyed doing genealogy over the years, did research for many local families and for anyone who inquired.  Her greatest love was spending time with her family. She will be greatly missed.

A Graveside Service will be held in the spring at Lakeside Cemetery at the convenience of the family.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Hamlin Public Library, 1680 Lake Rd N, Hamlin, NY 14464 or to the Episcopal Senior Life Communities, 110 Dalaker Drive, Rochester, NY 14624 in Mary's memory. (click on the charity name to link to the donation website)


Lakeside Cemetery
Moscow Rd.
Hamlin, New York, United States
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