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Scott Smith


Scott Smith
SMITH SCOTT - At his residence in St Andrews, peacefully passed away, in the presence of his family, close friends and special grand-cat, Theodore Roosevelt. Scott Smith, husband of Marie (Beaufield) Smith, was born in St. Anthony NL, the son of the late John & Anna (Dawe) Smith.

Scott worked as the Director of Human Resources with Grenfell Regional Health Services in St Anthony until he retired in 2005. Upon retiring he bought a house in St Andrews, and he divided his time between NL and NB, allowing him to spend equal time with his girls.

Surviving in addition to his wife, Marie, are his three daughters Lee Smith-Powell (Frank) of St. Andrews, NB, Lynn Rumbolt (Shawn) of St. Anthony, NL, and Krista Armstrong (Mike Goodyear) of Calgary, AB; three granddaughters; Hannah Rumbolt, Emma Rumbolt, and Erika Powell, step father, John Shenk of Lancaster, Penn, U.S.A., many relatives and friends. Scott was blessed to have had his brother in law, Guy Beaufield, and sister in law, Juanita Beaufield, whom he referred to as an angel, move in and help care for him over the past four months. Their love and devotion allowed Scott to remain at home during his illness.

Scott was predeceased by his brother, Perry Johnson, and his biological mother, Dorothy Shenk.

Thank you to Archdeacon John Matheson, for the many prayers and words of comfort and thank you to Theresa McLeod, RN, for the exceptional care, kindness and compassion.

By Scott’s request cremation will take place. There will be no service at this time. His family will take him to his place of rest to be buried with his parents, John and Anna, in the Anglican Church Cemetery in Raleigh, NL, this summer.

For those who wish, a donation to the Charlotte County SPCA or the Charles S Curtis Memorial Hospital Auxiliary P.O.Box 247 St.Anthony, NL A0K4S0 would be greatly appreciated by the family. On line condolences to the family or donations can be made at

Arrangements have been entrusted to the care & direction of Humphreys Funeral Home, 20 Marks Street St. Stephen, NB E3L 2B2 (506 … 466 … 3110)