Eileen M. K. Smith

Eileen M. K. Smith

September 28, 1931 ~ January 29, 2022

Age 90

Eileen enjoyed playing cards, sewing, quilting, singing, reading, word games, watching birds, ice cream and Dr. Pol.

She always made us feel special as if each one of us was her favorite.

Preceded in death by parents Joseph & Edna Korn; sons-in-law David Juza and Randy Widman; sister Marilyn Ketterling.

Survived by children Joleen Widman, Bethanne Topolski (Tim), Paula Juza, Jon Smith (Donna), and Amy Moreau (Fred A.); grandchildren Joe Felstow (Lori), Ben Juza (Kate), Andrew Juza, Zoie Juza (Nathan Gall), Garrett Smith (Megan Harris), David Smith (Ashley), and Suzy Smith; great-grandchildren Leah, Jacob & Eva Felstow, Johanna & Samuel Juza, Gavin & Paulina Gall, Wyatt Smith, Oliver Smith; sisters Eleanor Piehl and Leah Vislisel.

Private Family Celebration of Life.

In lieu of flowers and plants, memorials are suggested to Siena Francis House / www.sienafrancis.org and Goodfellows / www.goodfellowsomaha.com. Cards can be sent to St. James United Methodist Church.

 

4 Comments

  • Lee and Jim Schneider Posted January 30, 2022 3:13 pm

    May you all find comfort in all the wonderful memories. She will be missed by many!!
    Love you guys!!!

  • Linda Strominger Posted January 30, 2022 8:53 pm

    She’ll be missed, she was such a sweet, loving, carry lady (whom I really enjoyed when she was my neighbor on W 14 Avenue). Prayers for Eileen’s family.

  • Joseph Gamerl Posted January 31, 2022 8:44 am

    Eileen and I were reading partners at Central elementary school. Every Thursday morning her and I would go to Central and have third graders read to us. It was a program to help kids learn how to read and we enjoyed having the children read to us. We also enjoyed playing the roll of a surrogate grandparent. Eileen was a very thoughtful and caring person. She will be missed.

  • Eleanor L Piehl Posted February 3, 2022 2:12 pm

    I have the most wonderful memories of my beautiful sister. I always loved hearing her sing. Even as a little girl her sweet voice filled my heart with joy. At funerals her message in song was a comfort to those mourning the loss of a loved one. I loved her dearly and admired her motherly ways. She is now with her Lord and Savior and singing with the angles. All my love to her family. Eleanor

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