ann mariesmith
Greece: Friday, July 25, 2008. Predeceased by her parents, Joseph and Virginia Noce. Survived by her loving husband of 43 years, Robert M. Smith; son, Thomas M. (Heather) Smith; daughter, Julie (Daniel) Light; brothers, Peter (Dorothy) Noce, Joseph (Rita) Noce; grandchildren, Taylor, Justin and Andrew Light, Mia Smith; several nieces, nephews and cousins. The family would like to thank Dr. Paul Bernstein for his special care he gave to Ann Marie over the years. Family and Friends may call Sunday 3-7 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday 12:00 PM at Our Mother of Sorrows Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the National Kidney Foundation in her memory.

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  1. Adding on to my post, she would always ask me, ‘Who’s my favorite girl in the whole wide world?’ It would be me!
    I love her so much!

  2. Ann Marie will be missed. We were expecting babies at the same time. She was having her first and I was having my second. She delivered 2 months ahead of me, but we compared experiences and complained during Christmas that we couldn’t eat all the goodies for fear of gaining too much weight. I have very fond memories of our times together.

    My love and prayers,
    Connie

  3. Ann was a sweet,gentle,loving person and loyal friend. We met on our first day in homeroom at Nazareth Academy. I have so many memories of our ‘coming of age’ together. And the yearly luncheons after I moved. Ann will be missed by so,so many. I am certain she will contiue to watch over and care for us from heaven, just as she did on earth. My sympathy and prayers to her loved ones.

  4. Bob, Tom, and Julie,
    My family extends sympathy, along with thoughts of the innocent and enjoyable times in the neighborhood so many years ago. I remember Ann as a loving and devoted wife and mother. Just, I think, as she would want.
    Rosemarie, Steve, Don & Brian

  5. Grandma Ann was the BEST Grandma ever! We would always go aroud the neighborhood and look for garage sales! She would always let me pick something out! When my brothers and I got to their house, she would always have little dollar store prizes laying out for us. She always thought about others before herself. I love you Grandma Ann!
    Taylor Light

  6. I was so sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. She was a wonderful and beautiful person. This is so hard for all of you and I have been thinking of you often these last few days. Take Care and I will say a prayer for you all. Ann will be missed by all of you!! Rosalie

  7. Julie, Tom and Bob,

    I was very sorry to hear of your loss. I know how difficult these days are. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Hold tight to the memories because a day will come and the tears will also be smiles. Take care of yourselves.

  8. To Bob and the family,

    Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. I’m sure that Aunt Jean and Mom are there waiting for Ann Marie. She sure won’t be alone in Heaven. The angels are waiting. Sympathy and Love to those of us left behind.

    Robbin & Pete

  9. Uncle Bob, Tom and Julie-
    How very much we will all miss Aunt Annie. She was a most loving and caring soul and we are all better for having been a part of her life. I hope that you find peace in the days to come that she is in a better place and with her mom and dad. I am sorry that we cannot be there with you tomorrow. I will call you all later in the week once things settle a bit. All my love- Ginger

  10. Uncle Bob, Tom, and Julie — There are no words to express my sorrow for the loss of sweet Aunt Annie. She lived as an example of true goodness, grace, and faithfulness always, and I am confident that she is fully embraced by our God in Heaven now. She had such a gift of making all those around her feel so special and loved. I will smile every time I think of her, and I will always hold her, and each of you, close in my heart. With love, Jodi

  11. Uncle Bob, Tom, and Julie,
    I was so sorry to hear of the passing of Aunt Ann. Take comfort in knowing that she is at peace with the Lord. I’m sorry we can’t be there with you during this difficult time, but know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.

    Your California Family,
    Erica, Darin, Don, Rob and Dylan

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