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She was born Juanita Mc Clendon in Oklahoma on July 2, 1921 to parents Wade and Jessie Mc Clendon.Juanita married Tommy Smith on February 14th on Valentine's Day which represented their love for 62 years until Tommy passed away.Don’t forget to visit our new clothing store Marvelous Attire.com!

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Pallbearers are: Bruce Plunkett, Charles Plunkett, Bobby Park, Jay Atkinson, J Anderson, Jason Mathis and Scott Baker. The family would like to thank all the staff of the Martha Coker Greenhouses for showering Uncle Jack with much love and tender care in the six plus years he resided with them.

Honorary pallbearers are: Roger Mc Grath, Sam Olden, Darell Mills, Brent Morgan, Jeppie Barbour, Wiley Barbour, Haley Barbour, William Carroll, David Richardson, Jr., Lamar Mc Millian, Jr. A special thank you to “his girls” at the Butler House, Annie Lee, Adrian Jackson, Miranda Mc Collum, Theresa Robey, Kimberley Bell, Linda Garrette and all the others that cared for him as he “ruled the roost”!

Upon moving to Madison, MS she became an active member of First Baptist Church Madison until her health started failing.

Juanita supported various charities and did volunteer work where needed.

She loved to cook delicious meals and was known to her family by many of her famous dishes including her Thanksgiving dressing.

She was a true picture and definition of a devoted wife, mother, mother-in- law and a Grand Mimi!

She is also survived by great grandkids, Chad Walker (Rachel) of Cartersville, GA, Sonny Walker (Morgan) of Rome, GA, Hayes and Hannah Gordon of Madison, MS, Emily Dees Bandin (Alex) of Casa Grande, Arizona, Macy Barrios (Josh) of Salt Lake City, Utah, Michalyn Habisch of Baton Rouge, LA, Amber Kinstley (Michael) of Vicksburg, MS, and eleven great great grands.

In lieu of flowers memorials may be made in her honor to First Baptist Church, Madison, MS.

They made Yazoo County, Mississippi, their permanent home. She loved putting on her sunhat and working in her rose and vegetable gardens.

She enjoyed all types of crafts including silk flowers, purses, quilting, sewing, crocheting, knitting and antiques. She was an active member of Southside Baptist Church for many years including Sunday School, Women's Missionary Union, Pantry Ministry and special projects.

Called “Captain” by many friends, he spent lots of time at Daphne Island where he docked his boat the Mi Mi I and later the Mi MI II.

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