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Grief through the eyes of a child…

Posted on March 13, 2018 by BrentSmithFH | Leave a comment
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I have been given permission to share this, thought it would offer perspective from a child’s view! I hope you don’t mind me sharing this.  It might encourage some of how God cares about our little ones.  This is my great-niece and this happened a couple of years ago. My little great-niece, Morgan, who is […]

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February 27, 2010 is the day my family will never forget.

Posted on February 28, 2018 by BrentSmithFH | Leave a comment
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February 27, 2010 is a day my family will never forget. The day started out pretty normal but didn’t have the ending that we thought it would. Eight years ago, our family lost a son, husband, daddy and beloved Pop Pop.  Lloyd Lynch touched the lives of many. He was a star football player at […]

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“Does it ever get better”

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It’s been nineteen years since our son went to be with the Lord. The question I get asked most from a bereaved parent is “Does it ever get better?” I can only say, “It doesn’t get better, but it does get a little more bearable with time.” When his birthday, anniversary date of death, or […]

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Gold Star Family Memorial Monument in Beebe, Ar.

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As proud supporters of all veterans, Smith Family Funeral Homes’ Westbrook Funeral Home was honored to attend and support the Gold Star Family Memorial Monument Dedication at Beebe Veterans Park on Friday, February 23, 2018. The service was given by the Beebe Gold Star Family Memorial Monument Committee, the City of Beebe, and the Hershel […]

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The Art of Being Kind By Katie Zakrzewski

Posted on February 22, 2018 by BrentSmithFH | 1 Comment
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I will never forget June 2010 when Danny called with the news that Little Samuel had passed away and asked us to serve their family. Samuel left us way to early but left us with a message that “Every Little Thing Is Gonna Be Alright”. Katie is awesome sister wrote the following blog in honor […]

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