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Lynette Adams Smith

SHREVEPORT, LA - Memorial services for Lynette Adams Smith, 31, were held at 4 p.m. Friday, March 10, 1995 at All Souls Unitarian Church, 9449 Ellerbe Rd, Shreveport, La.  Officiating was the Rev. Bart Gould.  A reception was held immediately following the service.  Lynette died Tuesday March 7, 1995 following a lengthy illness.  She was preceded in death by her father Charles W. Adams.

Lynette will be lovingly remembered by her husband, Shawn A. Smith; her mother, Tina Adams Baber and husband Jim C. Baber; brother Charles (Chuck) M. Adams and sister-in-law Laura G. Adams; sister Tisha Adams Lanius; nieces and nephews Chip and Michael Adams, Courtney, Jacob and Sarah Lanius.

Lynette was born in Winona, Mississippi on July 12, 1963 and lived most of her life in Shreveport. She combined her artistic talents and her love of children in her chosen career as an O.T.  She held a degree in Occupational Therapy from Louisiana State University School of Allied Health and spent her last five years devoted to improving the lives of area children through her work in the pediatric and neonatal units at LSU Medical Center.

Lynette's courage was a source of inspiration to all who knew her.  Evidence of her abundant talents can be seen in the many lives she touched and the many creative works of art she left to be enjoyed.


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01/23/11 12:23 AM #1    

Lorrie Anderson

Greetings friend! Thank you for the times we shared. I will never forget the day you and I spent all day together playing our guitars and having a full day of "friendshipping"! My heart skipped a beat when I read that you had already transitioned, but I tried not to be sad long because I know you are truly free and there can be no greater freedom! Sadness came with the realization that I would not be able to reunite with you in the physical, so tell ya what---save a spot for me and we will have tea and strum angelic music together again just you and I when I get there! I think I can take the liberty to speak for ALL of the CSHS '81 Class (Best On Earth) and say that you and ALL of our transitioned classmates will be missed in the physical but we know you are and will be with us in spirit assisting and partaking in a safe and successful Big 30 Year Gator Reunion!!! Until we meet again, fly free and continue to pray for us here on Earth!  Luv ya much!  Peace, Lorrie

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