Mrs Mary A. Smyth

Mrs. Smyth transitioned home peacefully Friday at Columbus Hospice.
She was 74 years of age.

August 10, 1945 – July 10, 2020

Mary A. Smyth

The beloved daughter of Charlie and Eva Shipp Smith, Mrs. Smith was a Columbus native who was a 1963 graduate of Carver High School. She obtained her Bachelor and Masters degrees from Tuskegee University. A classroom educator for over 34 years, Mrs. Smith retired from the Muscogee County Schools. Her last tenure was at Spencer High School.

She was a member of St. James CME Church where she served with the Stewardess Ministry and with the Missionary Society. She was also a member of the Tuskegee University Alumni Association, the Georgia Retired Teachers Association, the Georgia and National Educators Associations, and the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Other than her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Leonard McGhee. Surviving her departure with cherished memories include: four aunts, Ida High, Emma Fullwood, Vera Flowers and Betty McCluster; an uncle, David Grier (Loretta); devoted cousins, Linda Bell and Kathy Flowers; a host of other cousins and family members and friends.

Love of her Life

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Family

So how did the classical Latin become so incoherent? According to McClintock, a 15th century typesetter likely scrambled part of Cicero’s De Finibus in order to provide placeholder text to mockup various fonts for a type specimen book.

It’s difficult to find examples of lorem ipsum in use before Letraset made it popular as a dummy text in the 1960s, although McClintock says he remembers coming across the lorem ipsum passage in a book of old metal type samples. So far he hasn’t relocated where he once saw the passage, but the popularity of Cicero in the 15th century supports the theory that the filler text has been used for centuries.

Education

Cranston Senior High-school

1959 – 1962

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Brown University

1963 – 1967

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Hobbies

So how did the classical Latin become so incoherent? According to McClintock, a 15th century typesetter likely scrambled part of Cicero’s De Finibus in order to provide placeholder text to mockup various fonts for a type specimen book.

It’s difficult to find examples of lorem ipsum in use before Letraset made it popular as a dummy text in the 1960s, although McClintock says he remembers coming across the lorem ipsum passage in a book of old metal type samples. So far he hasn’t relocated where he once saw the passage, but the popularity of Cicero in the 15th century supports the theory that the filler text has been used for centuries.

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