Margreta Stoner Smith  May 30 1936  January 30 2020

Margreta Stoner Smith May 30 1936 January 30 2020

May 30 1936 January 30 2020
Margreta Stoner Smith May 30, 1936 – January 30, 2020 Share this obituary Sign Guestbook| View Guestbook Entries| Send Sympathy Card| Memorial Donation Margreta Stoner Smith, a true Southern Lady, passed away at her home in Milledgeville, GA on Thursday January 30th. If you had the good fortune of meeting her, you were just better for it. She was the beloved wife of 62 years of William H. Smith, Jr. and the daughter of the late Guy L. and Ethel Brownlee Stoner. She was born in Laurens County, South Carolina May 30, 1936 and moved with her family to Abbeville, SC at an early age. She graduated from Abbeville High School in 1954 as the Valedictorian of her class. She completed her nursing degree from the S.C. Baptist School of Nursing in 1957 as the second honor student. In 1979 she earned a B.S.N. degree from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. She retired from Central State Hospital as Director of Nursing of the medical surgical building after 32 ½ years of service. After retirement, she joined a group of Sweet Adelines in Macon, Ga. and enjoyed singing in concerts in many different venues and locations, including Austria and France. Her love of words, family, gardening, a strong spiritual faith as a lifelong Baptist, her gracious, yet feisty, funny, and generous spirit meant she rarely met a stranger. She spoke fondly of her memories of growing up and going to school in Abbeville, S.C. and enjoyed discovering her ancestral history. She lived life out loud and fought a fierce battle against stage 4 lymphoma for 5 years. Always up for an adventure, she will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her as she begins her next great adventure. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by sisters Shirley S. Hall, Anita S. Mosier and her brother Command Sergeant Major Guy Stephen Stoner. She is survived by her husband William H. Smith Jr., children Marilyn Smith Wright and husband Dan of Eatonton, GA. and William H. Smith, III and wife JoAnna of Milledgeville, grandchildren Ivy Lyn Page (Stephen), Jesse Wright (April), Lauren Smith, Adam Smith, and Marley Spires, 3 great grandchildren Sayward and Patience Page, Ezra Wright, sister Harriett S. Simpson of Abbeville, SC and special nephew Chris (Laura) Simpson. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM Sunday, February 2, 2020 from the Chapel of Moores Funeral Home with burial to follow in Baldwin Memorial Gardens Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 1:00 until the funeral hour at the funeral home. Visit www.mooresfuneralhome.com to express tributes. Moores Funeral Home & Crematory has charge of arrangements. SERVICES Visitation Sunday, February 02, 2020 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Moores Funeral Home & Crematory 301 S. Wayne St. Milledgeville, Georgia 31061 Get Directions on Google Maps Funeral Service Sunday, February 02, 2020 2:00 PM Moores Funeral Home & Crematory 301 S. Wayne St. Milledgeville, Georgia 31061 Get Directions on Google Maps Print Obituary Sign Guestbook Name: Location: Video: Image: Light A Candle Candle 1 Candle 2 Candle 3 Candle 4 Email: Please keep my message private Personal Message: Personal Message (required) Confirm: Submit Guestbook entry

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