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Addie Smith

Addie Smith (Smith)

Tuesday, February 12th, 1957 - Wednesday, May 29th, 2019
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Addie Udora Smith, 62 of Brownwood went to be with her Heavenly Father on Wednesday, May 29th, 2019 at 7:42am. She left her earthly home at Care Inc. in Early TX. A memorial service will be held Wednesday June 19, 2019 at 12 pm at the Brownwood Funeral Home Chapel with pastor Ernest Kirk officiating.
Addie was a sweet, Kind, Caring and loving person. All of her family and friends will miss "Big Momma". Addie was born in Cleburne TX on February 12th, 1957 to Clifford Smith and Shirley Lewis Smith and she attended school in Cleburne, Texas. She relocated to Brownwood, Texas in 1993.
She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Parents, and only son Anthony Jerome "Big A" Pollard, and her brother David Smith.
Left to cherish her memories are daughters Amy Bradley and son-in-law Dennis Bradley, Lola Pollard-Crowder and son-in-law Bernard, and Latasha Holman. She is also survived by her nine (with one more on the way) grandchildren, her dear and best friend Glenda Pavey and her dog Misty. Addie also leaves behind her sisters Deloris, Lola and Carolyn, along with many more loving friends and family.
Addie was a member of Greater Faith Community Church in Brownwood. Memorial Service to celebrate Addies life will be held at the Brownwood Funeral Home, with Pastor Ernest Kirk Officating. Online Condolences may be made at www.brownwoodfuneralhome.net
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    Wednesday, June 12th, 2019 | 12:00pm
    Wednesday, June 12th, 2019 12:00pm
    Brownwood Funeral Home
    2512 Belle Plain St.
    BROWNWOOD, TX 76801
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    Pastor Ernest Kirk


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Dawn Norway

Posted at 07:58pm
Addie had a heart that was full of gold! She was such a precious, beautiful spirit! Love you Addie! Dawn Norway


Posted at 09:38pm
This is for the family in memory of Sis. Addie Smith. Your mother has always been sweet and kind to me. I always visited and prayed with her when she was in the hospital. She always remembered me for my poem's and love, so this poem is for her. Love you Addie
"I Fight No More
A fought the fight
I'm tired
I fight no more
I'm ready to enter through Heaven's Door
I've walked this side of Heaven
long enough
My journey wasn't easy
My journey was rough
Though it all
I held on
To God's unchanging hand
He changed my heart
My body
In heaven
I'm a brand-new women i
In Loving Memory of Addie Smith
Written by Charnita Lee Hill
Saturday (June 1st 2019)at 8:35 p.m○

Lyndon Overton

Posted at 04:23pm
Addie was the little sister to my childhood best friend the late David Allen Smith, so I always felt like she was my little sister also. The Overton family of Cleburne Texas send our love to Addie's Family and we are praying for you all. May God bless you with strength to endure the sorrow and enough loving memories of Addie that will keep her alive in your heart.
Love Always
Lyndon Overton

Brenda Arp

Posted at 10:12am
Addie I'm blessed to have met you. You are one special lady.

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