Serena SMITH

SMITH (Bryson)Serena Nancy Ann

April 14, 1935 ~ August 10, 2015


Serena Nancy Ann (Bryson) Smith, a long time resident of Agassiz, BC passed away peacefully Monday the 10th of August at Glenwood Manor. Born in 1935 in Perth Andover, New Brunswick to Joseph & Iva Bryson. Nancy was the youngest girl of seventeen children. Nancy joined the Canadian Air Force in 1953. She met her husband of 57 years Eugene Smith in Clinton, Ontario. They lived in Ontario, France, Nova Scotia, Alberta & British Columbia. She is survived by four brothers; Ronald, Jack, Leon & Louis Bryson, five children; Rhonda, Karen (Riley) & Ray, Danny (Jane), Kelly, Patrick and 10 grandchildren; Kaylee, Maggie, Jennifer, Racheal, Bobby, Alexander, Amanda, Christopher, Jonathan,

Karen, and 8 great grandchildren; Morgan, Dallas, Mason, Lillian, Nolan, Anderson, Rohan & Audrey, and many many nieces and nephews. Nancy is predeceased by; her spouse Eugene Lawrence Smith (2011), son Alan Joseph Smith (1984), siblings; Mary Isabel Bryson(1919), Margaret Ellen Bryson

(Davidson)(1981), Roberta Francis Bryson (McPhail) (2007), Gertrude Yvonne Bryson (Doherty (1996), Kathleen Elizabeth Bryson (Tufts)(2005) , Joseph Thomas Bryson (2005), James William Bryson (1929), Patrick Leon Bryson (1996), Patricia Lucille Bryson (McGillicuddy)(1999), Bernard Federick Michael Bryson, Alice Theresa Bryson (1941) & Charles Stephen Bryson (1985).

Nancy enjoyed all things family, from her roots as a Bryson to her children and children’s families. She was a great cook, seamstress, gardener & homemaker. Nancy also enjoyed camping, was always up for a good game of cards and loved to try her luck at the slot machines/VLT’s. Internment will be held at Valley View Cemetery, Agassiz Tuesday 18th of August at 10:30am followed by a luncheon at the Agassiz Legion. The family wishes to extend their heart felt thanks and appreciation to all the staff at Glenwood Manor Agassiz for all of their compassion and support. In lieu of flowers the family request that donations be made to the Canadian MS society.