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(November 09, 1992-November 26, 2014)
Samantha Lynn Smith, 22, of Kansas City, Mo, passed away November 26, 2014 at St. Joseph Medical Center surrounded by loved ones. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 am Saturday, December 13, 2014 at Koinonia Bible Church of Kansas City Mo.
Samantha was born to the parents of Donald Smith and Sophie Stephens on November 9th 1992 in Kansas City, MO. She is survived by her loving parents and beloved pet Bella Smith and half brothers & sisters, Jennifer, Jamie, Justin, Cody, Thompson, Grandparents, Barbara Smith, Ben and Carrie Smith, Akitaro Milsior Stephens Linny. Aunts and Uncles, Lorensa Stephen, Diwain & Florence Stephen, Maria Aritos, Jack & Joyce Nead, Sam Sifferin, Pastora Weriey, Jeff & Dawn, Nancy, Stuart & LaDana Smith, James Kuena, Vincent Timothy, Joanne Roman, Darlene Jefferson, Matin Family, Roby Family, Cousins, Jay Jay, Johnaman, Jaylon Nead, Jerson Rodriguez, Angela, Charleston, Patrick & Chloe Roberts, Kalani & Karmila Sifferin Autumn, Blake, Haydin, Hope, Chris, R.J Donnie, Melissa, Tuesday, Audrey & Gavin Smith, Jesyln Lino, Jana Kuena, Kelvin & Joshua Stephen, Agatha & Siblings as well as many more cousins and nieces and nephews.
Samantha graduated Raytown High School in 2011. She played basketball with the KC Pioneers and participated in a camp for Spinal Bifida Children called camp Mitiog Samantha loved children and volunteer at Children’s Mercy Hospital as a team advisor to help other children dealing with Spinal Bifida, she was also a tutor at the elementary school during her High School years and loved to teach others. After graduation, she was a co assistant coach for the KC Pioneers and worked as a volunteer with the Children’s ministry at KBC Bible Church, where she was a faithful member and developed many lifelong friendships. She loved church, going fishing with her dad, and camping with family and friends and being out on the lake. She also loved to bake & go shopping, and hang out on facebook and was known as the ? selfie queen?. She loved sports and was a huge fan of the Chiefs, Jayhawks & Royals. Samantha’s most treasured times were spent with family and friends; she loved people and was the happiest when she was helping others. She always had a smile on her face and had a winning and loving attitude. Memorial Donations suggested to Samantha Lynn’s Memorial Fund, Children’s Mercy Hospital Spinal Bifida Clinic, and KBC Church.