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Mary Love Tice Smith

October 10, 1918 - December 29, 2022
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Visitation
Vance Brooks Funeral Home - PC
3738 Hwy 431 North / 280 West
Phenix City, AL 36867
Monday 1/2, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Service
Vance Brooks Funeral Home - PC
3738 Hwy 431 North / 280 West
Phenix City, AL 36867
Tuesday 1/3, 11:00 am
All Times are Eastern
Cemetery
Lakeview Memory Gardens

Mary Love Tice Smith, 104, of Smith Station, Alabama, went to be with her Lord on Thursday, December 29, 2022, while a resident of Arrabella Healthcare. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 AM EST, on Tuesday, January 3, 2023, in the Chapel of Vance Brooks Funeral Home located at 3738 U.S. Highway 431 NorthContinue Reading

Pat Collins left a message on January 3, 2023:
Tim and family. So sorry for your loss. She sounded like such an amazing lady! Such great accomplishments here on Earth. Now she is playing for the Angels!
Edwin Tice left a message on January 2, 2023:
I have read my sister, Martha Jean Tice Greenia’s tribute to our Aunt Mary Love Tice Smith and fully agree with everything she wrote. Aunt Mary was liked a second mother to me. I would stay with her, Uncle Jasper Rudolph Smith, Lawrence Smith, Jerold Smith, and their daughter Joy Smith when I was out of school in the summer. Donald is the only one still alive. I stayed about a year with the family in the early 1950s. I attended Dixie Junior School for the eighth grade. Uncle Jack was a share cropper and also worked as an electrician. All of us boys had to learn how to pick cotton and pull a very heavy tow sack full of cotton. I learned a lot living with their family, but don’t know how they put up with me! Ha! The Tice family was very large. Annie Love Meadows Tice and Samuel Oscar Tice had many children during their first years. There are many photos of the Tice family. Danny Tice may have the most and I have DVDs full of photos that include the Tice family. There are many more things I could say and if anyone has any questions, please send me an email at [email protected]
Miriam Dudley Webb left a message on January 2, 2023:
Donald, I am so glad to say hello again and tell you how much your mother meant to me. I went to see her and she remembered me. It was so good to talk about old times. She played the piano at my wedding and I took her picture and showed it to her. I loved all of your family. Mr. Jack too. I have heard many times that you were a wonderful son and took such good care of her. She seemed so happy and content. What a blessing. If we could see her now what joy she is having with Jesus. The Lord bless you. Miriam
Miriam Dudley Webb left a message on January 2, 2023:
Donald, I am so glad to say hello again and tell you how much your mother meant to me. I went to see her and she remembered me. It was so good to talk about old times. She played the piano at my wedding and I took her picture and showed it to her. I loved all of your family. Mr. Jack too. I have heard many times that you were a wonderful son and took such good care of her. She seemed so happy and content. What a blessing. If we could see her now what joy she is having with Jesus. The Lord bless you. Miriam
Pat Brown left a message on December 31, 2022:
Condolences to the family and loved ones. She was one of a kind and as good as they come. Mrs. Smith gifted to me one of the best Uncles, Lawrence Smith. Mrs. Smith was loved by us all. Pat Brown
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Ray and Glenda Sargent left a message on December 31, 2022:
So very sorry Dallas for your loss. You are in mine and Ray's thoughts and prayers as well as the rest of your family. Hugs my friend.
Penny Holzapfel left a message on December 30, 2022:
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Vance Brooks left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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