Susie Smith, 86, of Killeen passed away peacefully at her daughter’s home in Temple, Texas on October 25, 2020. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 2:00 PM, Thursday, October 29, 2020 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Killeen, Texas.
Susie was born on November 4, 1933 to Moses and Louise Beaudion in Cloutierville, Louisiana. She was a lifetime member of the VFW Auxiliary 3892 of Harker Heights, Texas; a Life member of the Disabled American Vets Auxiliary W.R. Hold #147 since 2002; American Legion J.Q. Adams Auxiliary Post 223 of Killeen, Texas and a member of the VFW National Home for Children. Susie, through one of the auxiliaries volunteered at the Temple VA, and she would help with the Bingo games. Susie was a frequent participant at various organizations where they enjoyed dancing. She loved to enter dance contests and has a trophy to prove it. Susie liked to garden in her vegetable and flower gardens. Everyone loved her and she loved life and being with her family and friends.
Susie Smith was preceded in death by her parents Moses Beaudion and Louise of Cloutierville, Louisiana; her brothers James and Earl Beaudion of Chicago, Illinois; her first and second husbands Ray Smith and Kenneth Rogers.
Susie, “BooBoo,” leaves behind to cherish her memory, her daughter, Debra Minor of Temple, Texas; her son, Stephen Smith of Dallas, Texas; her granddaughters, Teresa “Nikki” Stevens of Temple, Texas and Brooke Mott (Jerald) of Burnet, Texas; her great-grandchildren, Amanda Stevens of Moody, Texas, Alexander Robbins (Destiny) of Belton, Texas, Riley Mott and Kyleigh Mott of Burnet, Texas; her great-great grandchildren, Alexa, Kirsten and Caleb Aguallo of Moody, Texas, Aubree and Brenley Robbins of Belton, Texas; and many more nieces and nephews throughout the USA. Companion of recent years, Dean Archer of Salado, Texas.
Honorary Pallbearers, Jerald Mott, Riley Mott, Doug Minor, Alex Robbins, Alvin Ellsworth, and Gary Randall.
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