Ann Smith

Ann M. Smith (Webster)

1935 - 2020
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ANN MAE SMITH was born on February 25, 1935 in Darlington, Maryland to the late Stanton and Serina Akins-Webster. She departed this life at her home on September 7, 2020 in Havre de Grace, Maryland.

She was united in holy matrimony to George Smith on February 22nd. From this union one child was born. She received her education in the Harford County Public School System.

Ann was employed with the Aberdeen Proving Ground as a custodian and later retired after 40 years of service.

She loved cooking, shopping and spending time with family.

She leaves to cherish her memory; one daughter, Diana Amos (Donald); 2 grandchildren, Lachae Burley and Melinda Bellamy; 1 brother, Nelson Webster (Joan); 3 sisters, Dorothy Clark, Marjorie Brooks and Bertha Rumsey (Paul); special friend Marie Green; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.

She was preceded in death her husband, George Smith; her parents; Stanton Webster and Serina Akins-Webster; sisters, Henrietta Snowden, Ruth Coen and Beulah Webster Brooks; brothers, Robert Webster, Howard Webster and Ernest Webster.
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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, September 15th, 2020 | 11:00am - 12:00pm
    Tuesday, September 15th, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm
    Lisa Scott Funeral Home, P.A.
    552 Lewis Street
    Havre De Grace, MD 21078
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  • Interment

    Harford Memorial Gardens
    3839 Aldino Road
    Aberdeen, MD 21001
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Donations are being accepted for: NATIONAL KIDNEY FOUNDATION INC.


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Toni "Brooks"Mayo

Posted at 01:41pm
As I reminisce about Aunt Ann, I remember how good she smelled, her beautiful skin and radiant smile. Her laughter would cause you to laugh, too. She was such a classy lady. Aunt Ann and Uncle Smitty will be solely missed. I never seen one without the other, they were inseparable. As the Lord would have it. They will always remain together.
To Diane, Shay, and Melinda, my heart and prayers go out to you. You were loved with an everlasting love, which endures through galaxies. Aunt Ann and Uncle Smitty will always remain with you. Whether through your thoughts, memories or soft subtle reminders as they watch over you, to comfort you and make you smile
With heartfelt sympathy, I am missing Aunt Ann and Uncle Smitty along with you.
Your cousin,
Toni Brooks Mayo

Doretha Smith

Posted at 06:59am
As I reflect on memories of Aunt Ann, I know that my memories of her are everlasting. During one of our last conversations, Aunt Ann fondly reminisced about how she used to prepare for the holidays. She talked about when and how she would clean the house, do her baking and the actual cooking of the holiday meal. I will never forget Aunt Ann’s beautiful smile, her laughter and her unforgettable fragrance.


Posted at 03:32pm
Ann was one of the dearest people you could ever meet. She always had such a beautiful and happy smile. She always made you feel so welcome. I will never forget what a wonderful cook she was. She wanted everyone to eat until you felt like dropping. If Ann was in the room, you could be sure there would be laughter. Not only did she bring laughter into the room but also the smell of her perfume was always amazingly good. Heaven has gained a beautiful and kind angel now. Prayers of strength, peace and guidance for the rest of her family. We Love you Bert.
Love Always,
Al and Anne Walker

Paul Rumsey

Posted at 11:29am
My Aunt, My GOD Mother
What a pleasure it is to call you that. You are an example of how to live; give… give freely… and love. Any visit with Aunt Anne, Uncle Smitty and Diane was going to be filled with food, fun and lots of laughter… and for any child, a trip to the convenience store where you could pick anything you wanted.

My only sorrow is for those of us here without your physical presence. I know you’re in a better place-sans pain and suffering- and with the love of your life. Rest easy, you’ve earned it!

I laugh when I imagine all those times Uncle Smitty saying “come on Anne” when it was time to go (it always took several ‘goodbyes’ for the Webster sisters to part ways). We just lost him- my GOD Father- weeks ago and I am CERTAIN you decided to go and be with him (A true love story!). One last time of him saying… “come on Anne”. 😉

Brenda L. Williams Posted at 11:03am

Definitely a Love Story!!!!!

Brenda L. Williams

Posted at 09:14am
Aunt Ann was a Beautiful person. Being in her presence was always a joy - that warm smile could light up any room! She was the kindest person I ever met-never had a negative thing to say about anyone. I’m definitely going to miss my Aunt Ann!!!! Spread your Wings into Eternity!

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