In Loving Memory
Roberta Smith


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Roberta Smith
Passed away peacefully
on Monday 13th May 2024.
Dearly loved wife of Tom (dec).
Loved and loving mother of
David, Shân, Rhiannon and Daniel.
Mother-in-law to Glyn and Helen.
Loving grandmother to all of
her many grandchildren
and great grandchildren.

A Funeral service for
Mrs Roberta Smith
will be held at
St Mark’s Anglican Church
1-3 Church Street Emerald on
Tuesday 4th June 2024
commencing at 11 a.m.
A private cremation will follow.

In lieu of flowers,
a donation to ECHO Inc.
(Emerald Centre for Hope
and Outreach Inc)
would be appreciated.
A link to make a donation is
located at the top of this page.

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  1. Thinking of you all at this sad time saying good bye to my auntie Roberta . Sorry we are so far away. We will try to do the online funeral viewing xx

    Jane Newman
  2. What a wonderful lady and a wonderful life lived well. Sending our love and best wishes to all the family on the sad passing of my Aunt. Thinking of you all at this time. Shall be joining you online on Tuesday. Lots of love Sarah Derbyshire xxx

    Sarah Derbyshire
  3. Sending all my love to the Australian part of the family – Auntie Roberta, the matriarch. I found pictures recently of when I first met Auntie Roberta when I was a little girl… and then she, and her whole family, took me under their very big loving wings when I had my year out in Australia. I remember Auntie Roberta driving to get me from MLC the day I arrived in Melbourne, and she was grinning from ear to ear. It is heartbreaking that the ‘Davies Five’ are of this age… Hope to be joining you online for the funeral, and thinking of you all. Lots of love to David, Shan, Rhiannon and Daniel, and all your families xxx

    Kate Pickup
    • Thank you for your lovely words Kate. The tyranny of distance is sharper today than ever. The service was lovely. Mum would have loved it.

      Rhiannon Dowding