Carolyn “Curly” (Main) Smith, 91, formally of Wurtemburg passed away Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020 at Providence Care Center surrounded by her family.
Carolyn was born April 16, 1928 to the late Carl and Lena (Burr) Main. She was married on August 21,1947 to Edwin J. Smith, who preceded her in death on October 14, 2001.
She is survived by her daughter Colleen Sicard (Naples, FL) and sons John (Lee Ann) Smith (Beaver Falls) and Rod (Karen) Smith (Ellwood City); her six grandchildren Devin (Andrew) King, Josh (Ally) Sicard, Tyson (Casey) Smith, Chad (Liz) Smith, Adam (Kara Fenechi) Smith, and Brittany Smith; her nine great-grandchildren Connor, Lily, and Molly King, Cameron and Cooper Sicard, Laney and Gracie Smith, and Lila and Tyler Smith, all of whom were her pride and joy.
She was preceded in death by her son in-law, Barry Sicard; two brothers, Bidwell and Madison Main and five sisters, Leona Zeigler, Ethel Streckeisen, Nina Freed, Madelyn Majors and Emma Druschel. She was the last surviving member of her family.
Curly worked alongside her husband in many business ventures, including Smith Groceries, Smith Concrete Products, and Smith Greenhouse. She also worked at Mayer China. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and The Order of Eastern Star, and was also a Cub Scout leader in her earlier years. She enjoyed spending her time camping at Pymatuning and spending winters in Florida.
The family would like to thank the nurses, doctors, aides, and care givers at Providence Care Center for their excellent care. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic there will be no public service. If desired, contributions can be made to Providence Care Center Activity Fund or Trinity Lutheran Church.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Marshall Funeral Home, Ellwood City. Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com
What a beautiful tribute to a warm and loving lady. I’ve known Colleen’s mother my whole life, and I can’t think of a kinder person. She always had a nice word to say about everyone, and made incredible lady locks! She also created a family, that survives her, that carries on her spirit of warmth, kindness, and inclusion. My heartfelt sympathy goes to Colleen, John, and Rod, and their families. I’m sorry that during this time of social distancing I can’t be with you, but my heart will be there. Fondly, Brett
Colleen, so sorry to hear about you mom. Linda called me. I always remember our card playing days with her at your house. Lots of fun and lots of laughs. Take comfort in the good times. Love,
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family. She will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. Hope all the good memories you all have of your mom will help you through this difficult time.
Just let us know if there is anything you might need.
Linda and Ellen
From the staff at Pcc 2a.: Sorry for your loss. Truly pleasure to care for your mom. Colleen we will miss your visits. God Bless!!!