Julia  Smith

Julia "Julie" Smith (Drummond)

Monday, April 19th, 1965 - Friday, May 1st, 2020
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Mrs. Julia D. “Julie” Smith, age 55 of South Hill, died Friday, May 1, 2020. She is survived by her husband, Lynn Smith of the home; her son, Michael Smith, and her father, Leroy Drummond. Mrs. Smith was preceded in death by her mother, Margaret M. Drummond and her brother, Michael Drummond.

Julie was a District Manager for Stage Stores where she began her career with Peebles in 1987. She was a loving and devoted wife, mother, daughter and friend to all that were blessed to know her. Julie always found a way to put others first, always encouraging while watching them succeed and especially loved the interactions she would have with children of all ages. She was also a member of Olive Branch Baptist Church.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a later date and will be posted here on our website. The family asked that those desiring to make memorial contributions in her memory, consider the American Lung Association, P O Box 7065, Richmond, VA 23221, Olive Branch Baptist Church, 5223 Blackridge Rd., LaCrosse, VA 23950 or First Christian School, 410 N Mecklenburg Ave., South Hill, VA 23970. Online condolences may be shared at Farrar Funeral Home is serving the Smith family.
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Posted at 02:00pm
I like to Express my sincere condolences to the Smith family. While working with Julie, she was always sweet and caring. I will always remember you Julie. Rest Easy, Heather!

Heather Hite

Posted at 08:44pm
I am heart broken for sweet Julie’s family and all who knew her. She had an amazing outlook on life and work. I worked with Julie for many years at Peebles and learned so much from her!! She always made the best out of every situation and saw the best in everyone. Even after our life at Peebles she would send me sweet words of encouragement. Julie you will be greatly missed. Thank you for the wonderful example you set for all those who trained under you. You were so loved.

Dale Bradley

Posted at 09:15am
Julie will be remembered for her contagious smile, her friendly ways, and her devotion to God and her family. She will be missed by all! Prayers for Lynn, Michael, and all her friends.

Becky Lewis

Posted at 08:06pm
I worked with Julie for many years at Peebles Corporate. Julie will always be remembered as a positive, uplifting giving person. Many years ago, I shared the adjoining cubical wall with Julie. One Monday morning, I was struggling to maintain my cool and to get the many Monday morning task accomplished before anyone started yelling for them. Julie on the other hand sat over the wall with the most positive, energetic conversations. I finally asked her if she minded being less positive for a few mins since she was making me feel so petty. She came around the wall and cheered me up and along. Never will I forget that loving gesture. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and the many, many friends she leaves behind.

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