of Bryant, AR
March 29, 1947 - September 17, 2023
Judy C. Smith, 76, of Bryant passed away on September 17, 2023 in Little Rock.Judy was born in Little Rock, Arkansas to Joe and Gladys Bell on March 29, 1947. She married the love of her life, Harold J. Smith on December 6, 1980. Judy worked at Ben E. Keith Foods as a Credit manager for 44 years. She loved to watch TV shows like Jeopardy and Survivor but more than anything she loved her family.Judy is survived by her son, Justin Harold Smith; daughter, Kristin Michelle Smith; her granddaughter, Ryan Jude Smith; her brother-in-law, Herman Thompson and several nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her husband; her parents; her brother, Joe Bell and sisters, Doris Sue Harrison, Janie Bilheimer, Marilyn Gaylor and Laura Thompson.A celebration of life will be held at Roller-Alcoa Funeral Home (6700 Alcoa Rd. Benton, AR., 72015) on September 23, 2023 at 1PM.
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I will always remember running between Judy and Lauraâ€™s during holidays. Judy was always so kind and happy to see you. We send lots hugs and prayers to our Arkansas family.
One of the best women Iâ€™ve ever met in my life. She put others before herself and would do anything for you. Wish I could hug your neck one more time. Love you Maw!
That lady was so special and sweet I will miss her
Judy, was very special, always on top of everything! She will be missed by all family and friends!
I know the sense of loss of loosing a parent. Judy was your source of comfort. That core love, acceptance and support you could depend on through any circumstance. She loved you deeply and you will miss her without measure.If you keep your heart full with your memories, she will be with you throughout your life. You are in my prayers.
That smile! Always gave me a hard time, and then gave me a hug.Go with God.
Such crazy, funny, friend. Her laugh was infectious. She will be missed. Hugs and Prayers for the family.
I love this picture of Judy! She shines with that deep rooted joy she shared with so many. Judy was a very good credit manager and probably would have been a very good sales representative too. She was also very kind and loved to talk to everyone. She was truly interested in each one of our lives and the families at Ben E. Keith. She was one of a kind and I will miss her!
Judy was one of the funniest people I have ever met. It was so nice to walk into work and see her. I missed out conversations about Big Brother when she retired. She had me laughing so hard. I will treasure her memory.
Judy was such a special lady. Love her and will miss my phone conversations with her. Love and prayers for you all.