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Watson-North Funeral Home is honored to be of service and ministry to the family of Dora Mae Smith, age 88 of Estill Springs. For many years she worked as secretary at Columbia Dairy in Tullahoma, Tullahoma Parts as well as several doctor’s offices in Tullahoma. She also worked in the family business, Smith Construction, retiring in 1999. She loved to read, work puzzles, enjoyed eating out, going to yard sales and garage sales and most important of all, watching her grandchildren. Although she didn’t subscribe to any particular religious denomination, she was a very devout Christian and lived her life based on those values. She is preceded in death by her husband, James H. Smith; her parents, Ruby Ray Sudberry and Albert W. Sudberry; brothers, Albert J. Sudberry and Bobby Woods Sudberry; and great-grandson, Max Redwine. She leaves to mourn her passing, her daughters Lisa (David) Reep of Estill Springs and Tammy (Mike) Ingle of Hillsboro; sister, Phyllis Broadrick of Tullahoma; granddaughters, Terri Lynn (Chris) Holliday of Panama City, FL., Miranda (Jason) Smith of Winchester, Taylor (Chase) Walls of Shelbyville and Jamie Garrett of Winchester, Michelle Ingle, Brittany Ingle; grandson, Chase (Brooke) Ingle; 15 great-grandchildren and 1 great-greatgrandchild. Services will be private and held at a later time. Online condolences may be sent to www.watsonnorth.com.
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