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Letty Lou (Hagar) Smith
Jan 14, 1929 - Nov 21, 2012
Posted by: Jo Aguirre

Letty L. Smith, 83, went to be with the Lord on November 21, 2012.

She was born on January 14, 1929 in Wellston, Oklahoma to Samuel and Jennie Hagar. She enjoyed family trips to the lake, riding in the boat, and traveling with her children. Letty had a strong faith in God which helped her raise five children on her own after her husband; Col. Howard Smith was shot down while serving his country in the Vietnam War.

She is survived by her children Dale, Brenda, Kim, Cheryl and Kevin, twin sister Betty Tullius; grandchildren, Carey, Dustin, Nick, Stephen, Cody, Dana, Kelly, Britini  and Alexandria; and five great grandchildren Joe, Ethan, Declan, Brynn and Christian.

Letty is preceded in death by her husband, Col. Howard Smith USAF; parents, and daughter-in-law Vicki Smith.   

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