Guest Book for Ingrid (Goldstein) Smith

Provided by McCommons Funeral Home

Posted by: Terry & Elaine Cantrell
Thu October 26, 2017
Praying for comfort, peace and love during this difficult time.

Terry & Elaine Cantrell
 

 
Posted by: Herb & Jan Thurmond
Thu October 26, 2017
Wanted to express our deepest sympathies to your family for the loss of Ingrid.
Herbie and Sonny are both saddened by your loss and I always enjoyed visiting with your mother when I would run into her at the hairdresser.  Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you.
 

 
Posted by: Ennis Eaton
Thu October 26, 2017
Tom, Glenn and Family..   It is with a sad heart that I read of Ingrid's passing.   My deepest sympathies to your families.  May GOD hold each and everyone of you in HIS Grace and Love.   Ingrid will be missed and leaves a sadness in each of us.
 

 
Posted by: Emmett and Shirley Caldwell
Thu October 26, 2017
Our thoughts and prayers are with each member of the Smith Family during this time
and in the days and months to come.
 

 
Posted by: Smith Oliver
Thu October 26, 2017
I have many fond memories of Ingrid , Glenn & their parents while we grew up at Greensboro. One special recall I have is that of Ingrid & Glenn arriving for Sunday School at the Greensboro Methodist Church with them both appearing as just stepping out of a clothing store front window with their hair perfectly combed and clothing that was of the latest taste. She was always leading Glenn by the hand into the building to deposit him at his room, then moving on to her own.
My wife, Kathy, enjoyed a visit with Ingrid & Tom at their office and home a few years ago, they both we very gracious and welcoming.
May she now Rest In Peace with our Lord & Savior.
 

 
Posted by: Robert and Gloria Shinn
Thu October 26, 2017
So sorry for your lost,
 

 
Posted by: R Mitchell
Sat October 28, 2017

So very sorry to read of the loss of your wife. At the same time, seeing two people married for such a long time certainly honors our Creator who instituted marriage. I can only imagine how many memories you made and shared together. I hope that you will be able to smile at times when you reflect on the many fond memories you built. It is truly an amazing promise given to us at John 5:28,29. I pray that as you read this scripture, it can give you hope and strength to look forward to the day when we will see our loved ones again as promised. Deepest sympathy
 

 
Posted by: William Douglas Finch
Fri November 17, 2017
I just found out from my sister Dianne in Greensboro, Ga. about the news that we lost a wonderful and kind friend in Ingrid. She will always be remembered dearly by her classmates from GHS. Our prayes are with you all.