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March 3, 1951 ~ July 1, 2023 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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Ms. Sarah Smith was born on March 3, 1951 to the late Walter and Louise Daniels.
At an early age she confessed her life to Christ and became a member of St. James A.M.E. Church.
Ms. Sarah was employed with Carter ’s Industries for 13 years until the closing of the company and Tommy ’s Fish Center for over 30 years.
Ms. Sarah enjoyed cooking her soups and Brunswick Stew. She loved going to flea markets with her sisters. One thing Ms. Sarah would tell you is “To Bring Her Containers Back That You Get Your Brunswick In”, and would remind you quickly, so that you wouldn’t forget.
Ms. Sarah ’s love for her children, grandchildren, and great - grandchildren was nothing but love. She would fuss, but at the end you got what you asked her for.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Betty Jean Bland and Janice Daniels; and three brothers, Gastric (Man) Daniels, Cleveland Daniels, and Bill Jackson.
Those left to cherish her sweet memories are three children, Tracey and Thomas Smith of Fort Gaines, GA and John Smith of Cairo, GA; four sisters, Mary Hayes of Fort Gaines, GA, Debra (Neal) Ricks and Patsy Jones of Columbus, GA, and Adene Florence of Fort Lauderdale, FL; three brothers, Warren Paul (Chae) Daniels of Fort Stewart, GA, Mario Daniels of San Antonio, TX, and Walter (Stella) Daniels, Jr. of Hallandale, FL, 14 grandchildren, Thaddeus, Jarvis, Desmond, Gregory, Jamarious, Camaron, De ’arius, Ni ’Ciera, Jamiriah, Jayla, Zhariah, Harmony, Thomias, and Carter; 7 great -grandchildren, Hailey, Royalty, Liberty, Christopher, Genises, Storm, and Karmeil; a very special person, who paved the way to go through this journey with the family, we love you and blessings brought upon you throughout your life. We Love And Thank You Allendria; a very special brother - n -law, Willie Jackson III, and 3 very dear friends, Ms. Minnie Cannon, Mr. Rickey Davis, and Mr. Willie James Price, and a loving support of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.