LINDSAY WHITFIELD SMITH: In Reflection of A Beautiful and Gentle Soul, a Generous and Loving Heart, and a Bright and Positive Spirit
WunderGlo Legacy Warriors
Lindsay Whitfield Smith, 41, passed away Monday, January 4, 2016 at Memorial University Medical Center after a long courageous battle with brain cancer. A beautiful and gentle soul, a generous and loving heart, a bright and positive spirit, Lindsay Whitfield Smith is loved and will be missed dearly by her friends, family, and everyone who ever met her.
Lindsay is a devoted and beloved wife to Daniel F. Smith, mother to Lillian Blythe Smith, sister to Raegan Whitfield Highsmith, daughter to Richard and Jill Whitfield, dear aunt, cousin, loved one and friend to so many people in the Savannah area, as well as all over the world.
Lindsay was born on February 22, 1974 in Savannah, Georgia. She was a 1992 graduate of Savannah Christian Preparatory School, and a 1997 graduate of Armstrong State University. She attended Community Bible Church, and was co-owner of Websmith.
On January 5th,2016, Lindsay’s sister, Raegan Whitfield Highsmith, shared the following: “Our hearts are heavy. Heaven gained an angel yesterday afternoon. My precious and beautiful sister has gone home to be with God after a courageous battle with brain cancer. Lindsay is healed in Heaven. Lindsay Whitfield Smith was the most incredible human being I have ever known and her strength leaves a lasting imprint of inspiration on my heart forever. God gave her to us for 41 years. What a privilege. My big sister, my Poodey, the wind beneath my wings….I will see you again, my sister…just somewhere else.”
Lindsay was a dear friend of our Wunder’s Warrior, Carlyle Herbert Dorroh, and she helped to orchestrate the highly successful A Night of Wunder in March 2014 in Savannah, Georgia. Also diagnosed and a survivor of colon cancer in her early 30’s, Lindsay wanted to do everything she could to help her close friend, Carlyle and to do everything she could to help find a cure for cancer.
Lindsay’s sister asked that remembrances be made to The Wunder Project: the capital campaign of The Gloria Borges WunderGlo Foundation, in Lindsay’s honor as she was passionate about WunderGlo and the work we are doing and our mission to find “The Cure”. Checks can also be mailed to The WunderGlo Foundation, 3260 Bennett Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90068
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