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Ann Richardson Smith

October 23, 1935 ~ September 04, 2022

Ann Richardson Smith (Annie) of Vero Beach passed away on September 4, 2022 at her home.


She was born in Wyoming Ohio October 23, 1935 to Russel and Bayle Richardson. She was a resident of Vero Beach for more than 40 years. She raised her family in Short Hills NJ.  She had a Bachelor’s degree from Connecticut College and a Master’s degree from Seton Hall Prep in NJ. She was married to Robert Conner Smith.


She is survived by her son Bayle Richardson Smith and his wife Allison V Smith, her daughter Whitney Smith Campbell her husband Christopher E Campbell; her grandchildren, John Robert Campbell, Bayle Richardson Smith, Elizabeth Campbell Powell, George Emerson Campbell and great granddaughter, Bailey Elizabeth Powell.


She was predeceased by her son, Robert Conner Smith Jr. and husband, Robert Conner Smith.


A celebration of life is planned in the Spring of 2023.


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