Tina M. Smith
February 3, 1959 - April 10, 2017
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Tina had suffered with epilepsy all her life. Even as a young girl, her life consisted of seizures. There was never a day that Tina could wake up without worrying if she would encounter another seizure, and when it would take place. Despite her epilepsy, Tina had a good life with family and friends who…

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Georgette Semon left a message on April 20, 2017:
Dear Tina When we first met you filled our bellies. Over the years you filled our hearts with joy, laughter, kindness and so much LOVE You became friends and family to all of us. You Are FREE Tina!! No More Seizures or Pain!! This is not goodbye! We will see you up there at the Gates of Heaven with your arms wide open and that beautiful smile!! Until we meet again!! I LOVE YOU!! WE ALL LOVE YOU!!
Janice Cirillo left a message on April 20, 2017:
I was fortunate enough to meet this lovely gal. She resided just a few doors from my daughter and her boyfriend. Tina was a sweet genuine soul. She brought joy and wonderful conversation to me every time I visited. Her conversation was light and caring with always a gentleness of listening to me especially on the day when I would be leaving to go back home. I am from Massachusetts so my times visiting with Tina have been numbered but always delightful to look forward to. She will be missed by me and I am sure anyone that was able to chat with her from time to time. God Bless and rest in peace Tina. Love Janice ...Mama... as Tina called me she knew that is what my daughter calls me and that is always what Tina could so gently do to be in your heart forever.
Cindy Merrill aka Pinkywink left a message on April 19, 2017:
I knew Tina from our clown group meetings. So sad that she suffered all those years from such a debilitating illness. How wonderful that she had a job she loved and later was able to clown around. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and close friends. God Bless!
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