Condolences for Kathleen M. “Kathy” Smith

 

Shawn R. Remenar posted on 9/23/19

I'm truly sorry to see this. I remember Kathy from years ago when I worked in Saint Clairsville at the courthouse, and we went out socially a few times. RIP.

 

Lori Ragni Horine posted on 6/9/19

So sorry to hear about your mom, Scott. I always remembered her as such a kind, lovely neighborhood mom! I hope your good memories of her will comfort you.

 

WALT MUKLEWICZ posted on 6/9/19

such a wonderful person that I had the pleasure to have gotten to know over the years I always enjoyed our talks and to hear of the stories of her family her passing is a great loss to us all Kathy you will be remembered and missed

 

Anita Lestini posted on 6/9/19

Dear Scot and Family, We were very sad to learn of your mother’s passing. We will miss talking with her at our reunions where she often spoke with fondness of you all . We are sorry that we were unable to personally express our sympathies to you at the time of services for her. We pray for her Eternal Rest and for strength to you as you grieve. Sincere sympathy, Classmates Anita & Joe Lestini

 

Diane DoJack Mehlman posted on 6/8/19

So sorry for the loss of a grade school friend. Many happy times together at her house.

 

 

Diane DoJack Mehlman posted on 6/8/19

Memories of having sleep overs at Kathleens house when we were in grade school at West Bellaire Grade School.

 

Nicolette Severine posted on 6/7/19

Prayers to all of Kathleen's family. She was a sweet lady. GOD bless you all.

 

Robert C Meager- Lola Meager posted on 6/7/19

Lola and I were sadden to hear about Kathleen passing. She was a classy, bright young lady during our high schools days and never lost that smile and willingness to help others. She will be missed.

 

Roxanne Matysiak posted on 6/7/19

Kathy worked next door to me at Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel in the late 80's. She was a wonderful, kind person. Always dressed impeccably. She and I took mini-trips with my son, Karl, to some of the local lakes when he was 2-3 yrs old. We had such fun together. Beautiful lady.

 

Linda Bond posted on 6/6/19

Scot and family, I am so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. We have been friends for 60+ years and graduated Bellaire High School in 1960 together. I loved her dearly and will miss her so much. My deepest sympathies to you and your family.

 

Sylvia Mokros Litten Belcher posted on 6/6/19

Kathleen and I grew up together and have been friends for ever. As children, we lived next door to each other in West Bellaire. She was a very dear friend and I will never forget her. We shared many, many good times together. We also have had lunch once a month with my two cousins Sandy and Shirley (we all grew up together) for many, many years. Did a lot of reminiscing and laughing. We were scared that the Perkins manager would throw us out because we always ended up laughing hysterically of something from our childhood days. Will be sad to see your chair empty Kathleen. Love you.

 

caleb witchey posted on 6/6/19

I have many memories of Kathy, I mowed her grass,gathered rocks for pond,landscaped, built walls for her.and the whole time she gave me advise on life.she was like a aunt to me growing up across the street at 115 5th ave. She taught me fresh pizza and beer was the sh## Teased me about of being Irish decent because the Italians was far better(we will argue about that in the after life) watched westerns together,and the whole time she didn't have to tell you I love you cause you already knew it.she always made me feel welcomed always had time,I grew and moved away called every now and again just to see if the queen of west bellaire still held court, and she did and will, long live the queen

 

Doug and Judy (Spanner) Frizzi posted on 6/5/19

Scot and Family - so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Our deepest sympathy.

 

Steve and MaryJo Zacchini Kurko posted on 6/5/19

I am so sad to learn of Kathy's death. I so enjoyed talking with her when we would see one another.