In memory of

Jeannette Smith

November 3, 1930 -  September 13, 2022

SMITH, M. Jeannette

As Jeannette has often said, she had a wonderful life.

Jeannette Smith, beloved widow of Ashley Smith and loving mother of Wendy Smith, Christine Smith (Alan Plaunt) and Brian Smith (Sonia St-Aubin Smith) passed away in hospital on September 13, 2022.

She was the third child of John H. Boulter and Alberta Boulter (Sewell), and sister of John S. Boulter and Caroline Lange (Boulter).

Jeannette treasured her eight wonderful grandchildren and seven precious great grandchildren.

She called many places home as she was born in Peru, grew up in Toronto and Ottawa, and later raised her family in Oshawa, Ontario.

Jeannette loved to travel and saw many parts of the UK, Europe and North America. She was actively involved in figure skating and was committed to supporting her church.

At Jeannette’s request, her life will be celebrated on Monday, September 19, 2022 at 1 pm at St. George’s Anglican Church, 51 Centre St. S. Oshawa, ON.

If desired, donations may be made in Jeannette’s name to a charity of your choice.

Arrangements entrusted to THORNTON FUNERAL CENTRE 200 Thornton Road North, Oshawa, ON L1J 0C9 905-579-6787


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Catharine A Dalton (Friend of the family)

Entered September 16, 2022 from Burnt River

Sending my heartfelt condolences to everyone. There are so many good memories of your mom at the rink judging. RIP

Cathy, Doug, Courtney and Mitch

Nick Vyfschaft (Grandson)

Entered September 16, 2022

Love you Grandma, I will always remember our solitaire games together. I miss you!

Jeff (Family)

Entered September 16, 2022 from Bewdley

So sorry to hear about your loss. Condolences to everyone 😢 💐

Dave and Cosette (Friends)

Entered September 16, 2022 from Whotby

Wendy and family, quite sorry to hear of your mom and grandmothers passing. From what you have told me she had a wonderful and rich life. I hope she lives on you memories. DD +CK

Maddy Blais (Granddaughter)

Entered September 17, 2022

At a time like this, only the heart can touch where words don’t reach. You are the heroine in all of our stories and have taught us how to be kind, thoughtful, generous and loving. You’ve brought nothing but joy to the lives you’ve touched and we are forever grateful for the time we’ve spent with you. I am honoured to call you my grandma and aspire to channel your grace and positivity through this hard time. Thank you for everything grams, miss you always.


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