She will be greatly missed by all. I give thanks for Mary's life.
It is with deep sadness that I report the news of the death of my friend and classmate Mary Karen (Rivers) Smith. She will be greatly missed by all her family and friends. We give thanks for Mary's life.
Passed away March 21st, 2021
Mary Karen (Rivers) Smith
Smith, Mary Karen (Rivers) age 72, passed away March 21, 2021. Mary was a life long resident of N Mpls and Camden neighborhood. Graduated from North High School. Retired from Honeywell after 39 years. The past Queen of the Sabathanettes Red Hat Society. She was kind and loving, always helping somebody. She will greatly missed. Preceded in death by her husband, Dale M. Smith Sr.; father, James D. Rivers Sr.; and brother, James D. Jr. Survived by mother, Ada Rivers; brother, Aaron Rivers; sons, Jason and Dale M. Smith Jr. (Mary); grandchildren, Evelyn and JeDale Smith, Troy and Tschaunbay Dixon; great- grandchildren, other relatives and many friends. Private graveside service for family. A memorial service and celebration of life will be held at a later date.
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James D. Rivers, Jr.
Rivers, James D., Jr. Age 75. Passed away 3/14/2021. He was a lifelong resident of N. Minneapolis and graduated from North High School where he was a featured athlete. Preceded in death by father, James D. Sr; son, James T. He is survived by his wife, Eunice; son, Jonathan; mother, Ada; sister, Mary K Smith; brother, Aaron; nephews, Jason and Dale (Mary) Smith; grandchildren, Kacena and Kalena, James Diaz, Alexis and Keshia Folks; great-grandsons, Kyle and Javin; best friend, Ted Crockett; other friends and relatives. A Celebratory Gathering for friends and family will be held 3pm, Saturday, March 20 at 6048 W. Broadway, New Hope, MN. CremationSocietyofMN.com
Published on March 18, 2021
Mary K. "Teensy" Rivers - Smith
You'll find that life is a journey made of memories. Make good ones.
The only love that will last forver is the love that God has for you.
Mary Rivers 1966
Mary Rivers - Smith 2011
Elleven Nicole January 27, 2016 - I could honestly kick my own ass for forgetting my grandparents anniversary! these two lovely people have been married for 49 years & tho my grandpa is no longer with us, we still celebrate their love because its unconditional, and most importantly everlasting ❤ thank you to those that visited my grandmother and helped celebrate her beautiful marriage. Rest in paradise grandpa, sincerely your baby girl.
From The Class of 1966
2015 There's something erie seeing your self on a cake. (Don't cut me! Don't eat me!) I am so blessed to be here. When I looked like that picture I never thought about being this old
Even its been over a year since the reunion I am so glad you guys have kept this web site current. I was sad to hear about Jim Rainerson, but I would have never known if I hadN't com to visit. If I run across old picture I will get in touch. Always Mary
For signing our Guest Book and thanks for all the hard work on the 45th & 50th Reunions.