of Mt Vernon, AR
January 7, 1923 - March 30, 2021
Clora Z. Smith, 98, of Greenbrier, formally of Mt. Vernon, AR, went to be with the Lord on March 30, 2021. She was born January 7, 1923 in Barney, AR to the late Hamilton and Elsie May Baker. Clora retired as a nurse's aid from the Children's Colony after many years. She enjoyed gardening, quilting, and needle point. Clora was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Charlie Golden Smith, two sons, Earl and David Smith. She is survived by her three daughters, Myra (Ernie) Larsen, Sylvia Shultz, and Karen (Cody) Teague, many grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren, sister, Julia Ghent. A Graveside service will be Saturday, April 3, 2021 at 2:00PM at Baker Cemetery in Barney, AR.
Sylvia and family you are in my thoughts and prayers. 🌹
I am so proud to have known this extremely sweet lady for so many years. She was a loving soul. May God bless her and keep her close and may He bless her family with peace and comfort.
Myra, Sylvia, Karen,Aunt Zesta was amazing! She was so sweet and kind to all. My mom always thought the world of her. I remember as a kid going to the mailbox to see if she had a letter from her sister. You girls have been so blessed to have such a wonderful and special mom! Our prayers and thoughts are with you!
Aunt Zestie, I breaks my heart to know you have passed. I envy you because you have gone to a better place. I miss talking with ya, seeing ya, and most of all, hearing you talk about Grandpa and ya'll growing up as kids. Give my Grandpa, Grandma, Dad and my Son, a big hug for me. I will always Miss ya, and Love ya. For every and ever and even after that. Love P.L. Burks
Sorry to hear that your mom past she and my mom were close Mildred Jolene burks God bless you and your family Love your cousin jim burks in California
Myra, Sylvia, and Karen, I am so sorry for your loss. Aunt Zesta was one of a kind. She was sweet and kind to everyone. Mom has told me stories of your mom and dad dating and how my mom, being the younger sister, would always try to steal your dad's attention. My mom said she was quite a pest to your parents, but Aunt Zesta never scolded her.Your mom and dad are together again, with Earl and David, and I can just see her sweet smile. You are all in my thoughts and prayers
Sylvia and Family,Sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.Jonathan "Jon" Rea
I am very sorry to hear of Ms. Zestie's passing. You are all in my prayers. I think of her often. I enjoy walking down the road to her house to see all of the flowers that still bloom in her yard.
Dear Cousins, while I am sad that Zestie has gone ahead, I am excited for her to meet all of the people who have been waiting to welcome her home. I know there was a crowd there. She will walk beside you and continue to help you every day! I loved your mother - my first cousin - and wish that I could have known her in person! My heart is with you all!
Heather we're so sorry for you & your family's loss. You are all in our thoughts & prayers. Love, The Bagwell's