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Mary Smith

Mary Smith (Smith)

Saturday, July 8th, 1933 - Monday, July 13th, 2020
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Obituary

Mary Smith, of Moultonborough, passed away at the Concord Hospital on July 13, 2020 after a brief illness. Pre-deceased by her parents, Frank and Verna Smith, and her brother, Frank “Sonny” Smith, Mary and her family were life-long residents of Moultonborough, New Hampshire, where she was born in 1933.

Mary graduated from Brewster Academy, then business school, and initially with her Mother, Verna, and brother, Sonny, for over forty years owned and, at the age of just 25, began managing the Camp Iroquois campground on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee in Moultonborough, where she and her family developed many life-long friendships.

Mary supported many initiatives in her beloved Moultonborough and placed tremendous value in helping young people succeed in life, including establishing a scholarship trust and an emergency services trust. She was a member of the fire department auxiliary and was known for bringing sandwiches and cookies to the firemen responding to a call, no matter what time of day or night!

Well-traveled and fun-loving, Mary is survived by many cousins and friends. At her request, there will not be a funeral or memorial service.

Those wishing to contribute in Mary’s name can send donations to: New Hampshire
Charitable Trust Foundation, 37 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301 for the Camp Iroquois Scholarship Fund.
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JJudith Haracz

Posted at 08:39pm
The Plaisted family remembers Mary from the 50's to now. Mary used to help out at the Winnipesaukee PO when the Browns lived there and ran the PO. Her family gave the land that the Neck Fire Station is on. We always look to the mountain view when driving past her house at the top of the hill. We will miss seeing Mary when shopping at Hearths.
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Marcia Chase

Posted at 05:36pm
Mary my friend, your lovely smile and friendship shall be forever missed...
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