Virginia Anne Smith

 

Virginia Anne Smith
Virginia Anne Smith

Virginia Anne Smith, 73, passed away on Thursday, May 26, 2022, at her home in Amarillo, Texas.

There will be a memorial service at 10:00 A.M., Saturday, June 4, 2022, in the First Baptist Church Chapel in Amarillo. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Mrs. Smith was born in Groom, Texas to the late Mark Watley and Georgia Spangler Watley in 1948. She attended Amarillo Bible Church, Evangelical Fellowship and later First Baptist Church. She graduated from Caprock High School in 1967 and went on to earn her Bachelor of Arts in Education in 1971, followed by a dual Master’s Degree in Education in 1973 from West Texas State University. Anne began her teaching career at Carver Elementary in 1972 before moving on to teach Honors English at Caprock High School from 1973-1977.

Mrs. Smith was preceded in death by her husband of 35 years, Terry; her sister, Elaine Spencer; and brother, Jimmy Watley.

She is survived by sisters, Carol Gowdy, and Debbie Jones; sons, Gary Smith and wife, Lisa, and Kent Smith and wife, Cheyenne; grandchildren, Brady and Tanna Willimon, Avery Smith, River Smith, Alissa Smith, and Mason Smith; and many nieces and nephews.

3 Replies to “Virginia Anne Smith”

  1. I know she and her late husband went with my Mother and Dad to help them out at my Dad’s “ranch”, which they deeply appreciated. Ann also was kind at certain times to bring over homemade rolls to them. Always so kind to my mother and dad

  2. I am very sorry for the loss of Anne. I think of all the time and fun we had at Miracle Book Club all those years ago at Amarillo Bible Church. We were certianly a “motley” Crew in those years. But we had lots of fun! We will meet again when we are all together with our LORD!

  3. Sorry for your loss but be consoled that she is face to face with Christ her Savior and Heven and Eternity are made just a little sweeter for us waiting to go home too.
    Until then live your life for your Savior. He will comfort you. The son is all ways shining on a rainy day. It’s just the world that’s turned away.
    Keep your praises climbing and you’ll find light above the storm.
    Don’t fear the night. It’s in God’s timing.
    Trust endure until the morn.
    Debby Kollmar Brooksville Fla.
    Amaillo Bible Church and First Baptist Chursh

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