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Selma Smith

Selma Smith (Marcus)

Wednesday, May 18th, 1927 - Tuesday, May 26th, 2020
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Obituary

Selma, Smith (Marcus) in her 94th year, of Revere, passed away on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Louis Smith.

Loving mother of Michael Smith and his wife Suzanne Smith, and Nancy Vazza and her husband Louis Vazza. Caring sister of Alvin Marcus and his wife Renee and the late Sylvia Weinstein, Corinne Feldman, and David Marcus and his surviving spouse Eileen.

Adored nana of Matthew and Ryan Smith, and Jessica Vazza and her fiancé Michael Ferragamo. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Selma will be greatly missed by everyone who had the pleasure of meeting her. She saw the positive side of life always and cared for everyone like family.

Due to Covid-19 Pandemic, services will be private. Messages of condolence to the family can be placed on our memory wall. Selma will be laid to rest with her husband Louis Smith at Beth Israel Cemetery in Everett.
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Steven &Donna Sullivan

Posted at 05:56pm
Nancy we are so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom our deepest condolences.
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Love Ellen , Jeffrey, David,Alan and Craig

Posted at 12:31pm
In memory of our beloved Auntie Selma! You will be greatly missed by all her nieces and nephews. We loved and adored you !
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Arlene Borans

Posted at 06:36am
Nancy, so very sorry to hear of your moms passing.
I remember fond memories of her as a kid growing up.
May she RIP. Sincerely, Arlene Sugarman Borans
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JosephMarcus

Posted at 08:30pm
Auntie Selma,
My life, going back to my earliest memories, are with you and Uncle Sully, Michael and Nancy. You and Sully were really like second parents to me, Mike and Nancy like brother and sister. Staying overnight to go to work on Sunday mornings had two advantages one seeing the family and two eating your food. God could you cook. You always new what to make for me too. I can’t begin to tell you how heartbroken I am. I thought you would just live forever, but somehow I knew this day, this phone call would come. You were an amazing person Auntie. You may not have been the wealthiest person but you were certainly the richest. The best times I had were when I could make you laugh, disguising my voice and carrying on an entire conversation and you thinking it was my father and at the end telling you and you saying “Joseph you sound just like my brother David”! I am so proud to have had you as my Aunt. You broke through the clouds today and made the sun shine. Say hello to dad for me and give Uncle Sully a big hug.

Joseph
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