Celebrating The Life of
Iris Edith Smith
Iris Edith Smith was born on March 5th, 1919 in Sidon,
Mississippi to the proud parents Charles Smith Sr. and Willie Lee
Smith. She accepted Christ in her life at an early age. She had a
vibrant spirit and a caring heart. She loved music, sports, talking,
and traveling. The mantra she lived by was to “not worry about
what you can’t control, God will take care of you.”
Preceding her in death was her parents Charles Smith Sr. and
Willie Lee Smith. Her husband Theodore Moore. Brothers Charles
Smith Jr., Lonnie Conley, JW Conley, Flowers Conley, James
Conley, Curtis Conley, Jack Conley. Sister Colete Conley and her
special friend Joe Beaty.
She leaves to cherish her memory her brother Albert Conley,
sister Mildred Sardin, a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, friends
and her beloved Detroit Family.
The light of God surrounds me
The Love of God Enfolds me
The Power of God Protects me
Wherever I am God is
Forever In Our Hearts
I closed my eyes and fell asleep,
for my time had come, please don’t weep.
My battle is won, my burdens are gone,
I’m tired my family, it’s time to move on.
My eyes are closed, for I am going home,
but remember my family, you are not alone.
Stay strong and let the weeping cease,
for I am resting,
I am at peace!
The family of Iris Edith Smith is indeed grateful for all acts of
kindness and sympathy shown during their time of bereavement.