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Martha Smith

Martha Ann Smith

Wednesday, October 10th, 1956 - Saturday, March 28th, 2020
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Martha Ann Smith, 63, of Battle Creek, Michigan, passed away on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at the Glenn Arbor Hospice Residence. She was born on October 10, 1956, the daughter of Will Albert Smith and Betty J. (Bowman) Butler.
Martha received her Associate Degrees in General Studies and Human Service. She previously was a CNA at Airwood and then went on to be a case manager at Inasmuchhouse Women's Shelter. She attended church at the Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Battle Creek.
Martha is survived by her Children, Christopher Bowman, Krystal Hill, Nicole Hill, Renee Robinson; Four Grandchildren, Kai'Laya, Na'Kiyah, My'Leeah, William; Great-Grandchildren, London and Paris; Sister, Marie Butler and a host of family and friends. She was preceded in death by her Father, Will Albert Smith and Mother, Betty J. Butler.
Martha enjoyed many things including shopping, music, skating and getting her hair and nails done. Her main passion in life however, was her family. She loved her children and grandchildren beyond any doubt. She truly will be missed by everyone that knew and loved her.
Memorials may be made in honor of Martha to the Inasmuchhouse Women's Shelter, 27 Green St, Battle Creek, MI 49014.
Arrangements by the Baxter Funeral & Cremation Service. 269-788-9800. www.baxterfuneral.com
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Christine Gamage-Harding

Posted at 07:41pm
The first time I met Martha was when Kai'Laya was in Kindergarten. She was always loving and sweet and beyond supportive of her granddaughter. I had met Martha's mom quite a few times already, so I knew where her kind heart and love came from. Martha's mom Betty was an amazing woman and I knew there were some strong women in that family/blood! I am still in touch with Kai'Laya 14 years later and my heart goes out to Martha's family knowing this is another huge loss. I know Kai'Laya is still feeling the loss of Grandma Betty and now Martha. I pray for this family to find peace and comfort in this difficult time and especially when we are being encouraged to adhere to social distancing. Stay strong Ladies and look to your Heavenly Father!
~Air Hugs, Christine (Gamage-Harding) Elliott
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