Mary Nagle Smith
August 24, 1931 - February 19, 2021
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Behm Family Funeral Homes - Madison
26 River Street,
Madison, OH 44057
(440) 428-4401 | Map
Tuesday 2/23, 11:00 am
Greenlawn Memorial Gardens
3140 Center St.
N. Kingsville, OH 44068

Mary Nagle Smith, age 89, of Madison, passed away Friday, February 19, 2021 at her home. She was born August 24, 1931 in Ashville, PA, the daughter of Robert James Maloney and Margaret H. (Hoover) Maloney. Mary served in many capacities, including head baker at the Ashtabula County Nursing Home, manager at Midway Drive-In in …
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Diane Batche left a message on February 26, 2021:
I would like to extent my deepest sympathy to Aunt Mary's daughters and there families in the loss of there mom. Aunt Mary will be deeply missed. I will miss chatting with her and all the stories she would tell me. She was a book of knowledge when it came to family. Rescentlly her and I were chatting about her old house , her three legged dog, her now house the huge weeping willow tree, all the picnics on Uncle Art and my dad's birthday. Rest in peace Aunt Mary Love Dinae, Larry, Courtney, Larissa and Lily
Mariana Branch left a message on February 22, 2021:
The Kingsville Public Library Staff and Board of Trustees would like to share our deepest condolences to Mary's family. Mary was very special to all of us and she will be greatly missed for her kind-heartedness and generosity. She was not only a Friend of the Library but our beloved Mrs. Claus.
Cindy (Hatfield) Dickson left a message on February 22, 2021:
I am very sorry for your loss. God comfort and strenthen you. Sending hugs and prayers.
rose hawkins left a message on February 22, 2021:
I remember her kindness to my aunt marge when she was terminally ill. She helped to care for her friend in her time of need this was a true example of what friendship truly is. Their friendship began many years ago while working at the County home and lasted throughout my childhood. I felt honored to have had her touch my life, she will be missed.
The Maloneys left a message on February 21, 2021:
May you find peace and comfort in the days ahead. With love Cathy, Ralph, Joan, Nadine, Rose, Diane, Carolyn, Jennifer, Rachel and our families.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Joseph F. Nagle left a message on February 20, 2021:
With deepest sympathy, Joseph, Ron, and Linda Nagle. Mary will remain in our hearts forever.
Nadine Maloney Burckhalter left a message on February 20, 2021:
I remember when we would load up the car and drive to Kingston Ohio to visit Aunt Mary and Uncle Art and the kids. Aunt Mary made the best homemade root beer drink that she always had when us Maloney’s would visit. Then later in life she always made sure to make it to any special occasion we had. She always had a smile and her laugh was contagious! Aunt Mary is loved and will be missed. I pray for peace to all her family.
Skip and Ronne Kister, neighbors left a message on February 20, 2021:
Extending to all of Mary's family our sincerest condolences. What a wonderful neighbor! She volunteered for many years as a Friend of the Kingsville Library. At children's parties, she played the perfect part of Mrs. Santa with her beautiful white hair piled up high! Mary will be sadly missed by her many friends.
Debra Nagle (Niece) left a message on February 19, 2021:
We are most saddened to hear of Aunt Mary's passing. Memories take me back to the family picnics at Art and Mary's home on Route 20. Once, the Nagle Brothers lined up the "Ford Cars" that each owned for a picture. Art, Joe, Morris and Cel (from Bridgeport) so proud. Dear Uncle Clarence may have been there also. All the women: Dody, Mary, Marjorie, Stella, and Iola were on Food duty! We the kids, were trying to ride on Patsy's Horse outside! Aunt Mary made the Best baked beans! A visit one Christmas at their home, showed tons of toys for the family with 5 kids! Pam was the tiny one on the drums, Mike was the car genius, Patsy, Bonnie, and Cindy were all fun and laughter. Aunt Mary lived her life as a caring, loving person. She was a very hard worker. Later in life, she always phoned to catch everyone up on family news. We send our best thoughts to all the cousins and families. Rest in peace Dear Mary. Debra Nagle and Ken Johnson, Tallmadge
Tribute Store left a message on February 19, 2021:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during your time of grief and healing. Love Sarah and Susan
Behm Family Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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