Smith Funeral Home, Newton, TX

Smith Funeral Home

301 HOUSTON ST
Newton, TX 75966
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Phone: (409) 379-5041

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Comment on Smith Funeral Home - Newton, TX written by: Mary Ozan 5 stars 2012-10-11 09:19:37 I was notified a Buddy Hollis of Newton passed away. Not sure the first name or even when. Would have been late 60 or early 70. Can you help me?


Comment on Smith Funeral Home - Newton, TX written by: Patricia Wieneke 5 stars 2012-03-07 18:30:19 Paul - I am Roy Moorman's daughter. Craig and I were wondering where the cards are for the flowers at dad's funeral. I am hoping you can forward them to me so I can send thank you notes. Thnx, Patti


Comment on Smith Funeral Home - Newton, TX written by: Barbara Smith 4 stars 2011-05-16 09:40:58 I noticed under the deceased listed in the Beaumont Enterprise that Dennis M. Smith of Spurger has passed away. I haven't seen an obituary for his service or any other information.
Do you have an obituary...and if so, could you send me a link for it so that I might be able to read it and possibly send condolences to the family?
Thank you for your time.


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Smith Funeral Home - Newton, TX Mary Cobb Obituary announcement - Posted by Nan Allen Dillard (Orange, TX) 2012-08-29 18:16:20 We are so sorry to hear that Mary has passed away. We became very close to Mary when your dad was in the hospital in Beaumont . She was such a support to my family at that time. We will always treasure that relationship with.Mary. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.


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