Meadows Funeral Home

Guestbook for Montine Williams Smith

Friends & Relatives
Name: June Briscoe Anderson
Message: Montine was one of the sweetest ladies you could ever hope to meet. I grew up only about half a mile from her, and she babysat me a few times. She was my second cousin, once removed, and IĆ¢??m happy to claim family with her. One of the most wonderful remembrances when I think of Montine is her gorgeous flower garden. Her diligence in keeping it healthy blessed everyone who saw it right there by the road as we drove by. God bless her loved ones. He surely blessed us for having allowed us to know her. With love to her loved ones, June Briscoe Anderson
Name: Tom Holder
Message: Miss Montine was truly a Southern lady in every aspect of her life. I knew her my entire life and she was a true friend to me and my family. God bless you Charlotte and Felton. Charlotte, I know that you are really going to miss your mother but you had her longer than most.
Name: Jamie Nunnally Welch
Message: Grandmommie Smith was a pure delight. Always happy to see you, and a superb cook. Happy to have known her. Cherish your memories!
Name: Earl and Debra Bryant
Message: Our deepest and sincere sympathy to the family. We have known "Miss Montine" all our lives and remember her as such a beautiful lady both in body and in her sweet ways. As the son of the late Rev. Rayford and Hazel Bryant Earl remembers her good cooking when they would go there on Sundays and as the daughter of the late L.D. and Modean Collins remember her so well from church. For years now and as recently as this week as we travel by her house we have always commented on her and our memories of her and her beautiful flowers.My you be blessed with precious memories!
Name: D'Anne Harmon
Message: What a beautiful lady! I never met Grandmommie, but her granddaughter, Darlene Bentley, adored her. Darlene shared with many of us that Grandmommie was the epitome of a Godly woman. No higher praise could there be.