Mary Theresa (Smith) Hart

03/21/2011 5:49 PM |

Mary Theresa (Smith) Hart died peacefully March 20, 2011, in San Marcos, Texas.

She was born May 30, 1927, in Riverhead to Charles and Florence Smith. After working as a nurse for 27 years at Central Suffolk Hospital in Riverhead, she moved to Daytona Beach, Fla., where she spent 13 years, until her recent move to San Marcos.

Mary was a member of the Riverhead Moose Lodge for many years and always enjoyed bowling and bingo.

She was predeceased by her daughter, Donna, and her sisters Carol and Betty. She is survived by her son Frank and his wife, Theresa, of San Marcos; her son John and his wife, Tanya, of Bay Shore, N.Y.; three grandchildren, Gary Lohr, Ryan Lohr and Taylor Hart; her brothers, John Smith of Colorado and Francis (Smitty) Smith of Florida; and her sisters, Doris Cox of Riverhead and Ceil Hunter of Daytona Beach.

Private cremation will take place in San Marcos.

This is a paid notice.

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  • May you rest in peace, friend!!!!

  • She will be deeply missed. She was a great friend and neighbor.

  • My condolences to her family. She was indeed a great neighbor and friend.

  • Oh! how deeply you are missed for your effervescent personality and bingo. I’m sure God is enjoying having a laugh and playing bingo with you. It has been thundering here in Dayton Beach, Florida like bowling pins and balls. I suppose your having a mighty fine time playing with the angels. You are deeply missed.

  • I miss our conversations. Your jokes were so funny I’ll never forget them. Your kindness and generosity will be missed and remembered. Thank you so much for entering my life.

  • May you rest in peace! You are deeply missed! Thanks so much for being a kind and wonderful neighbor. I couldn’t have made it without knowing you.

  • May you have a restful peace. You certainly earned it. Thanks so much for being such a dear and caring friend.

  • I miss you so much: your laughter, kindness, and human consideration. May you RIP.

  • Mary you were more than a great nurse while I was in the hospital. You took great care of me. Thanks so much for your caring touch.

  • Mary you were more than a great nurse while I was in the hospital. You took great care of me. Thanks so much for your caring touch.

  • Thanks so much for your caring and kindness as my nurse during me lengthy stay at the hospital. You were wonderful! My sympathy to your family.