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George Madison Smartt II

George Madison Smartt IIAge: 81 years19282009

Name
George Madison Smartt II
Given names
George Madison
Surname
Smartt
Name suffix
II
Birth March 14, 1928 36 27
Military
US Army
1946 (Age 17 years)
Birth of a son
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George M. “Matt” Smartt
August 7, 1949 (Age 21 years)
Birth of a daughter
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Stacy Sue Smartt
May 7, 1954 (Age 26 years)
Birth of a son
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Mike Smartt

Birth of a son
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Ned Smartt

Death of a fatherGeorge Madison Smartt
1958 (Age 29 years)

Birth of a daughter
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Marion Elizabeth “Mimi” Smartt
June 30, 1961 (Age 33 years)
Death of a daughterStacy Sue Smartt
July 1, 1966 (Age 38 years)

Death of a motherJosephine Arrington
1971 (Age 42 years)

MarriageSari GootView this family
1980 (Age 51 years)

Death of a sonGeorge M. “Matt” Smartt
August 3, 1980 (Age 52 years)

Death of a daughterMarion Elizabeth “Mimi” Smartt
January 6, 2006 (Age 77 years)
Source: Obituary
Citation details: Missoulian, Missoula, Montana, January 10, 2006
Text:
Marion Elizabeth ‘Mimi' DePaolo Jan 10, 2006 CASPER, Wyo. - On Jan. 6, 2006, Marion Elizabeth "Mimi" DePaolo joined the choirs of angels after a long, courageous battle with metastatic breast cancer. Her transition occurred peacefully with her loving family at her bedside. She is now free of her earthly bonds and has joined those joyous souls who have gone before her to the Kingdom of God. Mimi was born to George and Marion (Haggarty) Smartt on June 30, 1961, in Great Falls. Mimi was the youngest of eight children and she attended schools in Great Falls and Missoula, where she graduated from Loyola Sacred Heart High School. She married Patrick Joseph Whittle Sr. and they moved to Casper, Wyo. Mimi started her family with Pat by bringing two sons, Patrick Joseph Jr. and Andrew Brian, into the world. She then graduated from Casper College with an associate degree in nursing. Mimi shared her love of nursing with the patients she worked with at Wyoming Medical Center, NOWCAP Services and Natrona County Public Heath, where she started the Welcome Home Program for pregnant mothers.Mimi later married Dr. Hugh DePaolo and settled into the beautiful Victorian home, "The Windy Rose," they built and shared. Mimi loved to entertain and share their home with family and friends. She enjoyed traveling to new places and returning to her favorite ones, especially Hawaii. Mimi loved time spent with her grandchildren and any other tiny blessing from God. She was strong in her faith and shared her life with many others. She had a calling for touching each soul put in her path as demonstrated by her love and service to Alcoholics Anonymous. Some of Mimi's favorite activities included developing her artistic talents, singing, collecting angels, shopping, decorating, spoiling her loved ones, spending time in her garden - and shopping! She cherished her family and displayed the true meaning of unconditional love.Mimi is survived by her spouse, Dr. Hugh DePaolo; sons Patrick Joseph Whittle Jr. (wife Jolene) and Andrew Whittle of Casper; stepchildren Gary DePaolo (wife Jennifer) of Casper, Daniel DePaolo, Camillo DePaolo and Megan DePaolo of Eugene, Ore.; father George Smartt of Arizona; siblings Scott Smartt (wife Kathy), Becky Eamon (husband Bob) of Montana, and Cindy McDonald (husband Mike) of Colorado; grandchildren Alexis DePaolo, Anastasia Whittle, Bailey Whittle and Evan DePaolo; her former husband and father of her children, Pat Whittle; in-laws Camillo and Joyce DePaolo, Ron and Joey DePaolo and Vicki Smith; and numerous nieces and nephews. Mimi was preceded in death by her mother Marion Smartt, grandparents Leonard and Alice Haggarty and siblings Stacy, Matt, Ned and Mike Smartt. A vigil service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Casper, where services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday officiated by Father August Koeune. Memorials may donated in her memory to Jason's Friends Foundation, 111 S. Durbin, Casper, WY 82601; or the Twelve-24 Club Inc., 136 W. Eighth, Casper, WY 82601. http://missoulian.com/news/local/obituaries/03tue/marion-elizabeth-mimi-depaolo/article_ac334803-4d62-526b-997e-be8acdcabc66.html
Death May 26, 2009 (Age 81 years)
Source: Obituary
Citation details: Published in Great Falls Tribune on May 28, 2009
Text:
George Madison Smartt II, 81, retired principle owner of Haggarty Motors, died of natural causes Tuesday at Peace Hospice. Funeral Liturgy is noon Friday at St. Ann's Cathedral. Schnider Funeral Home is handling arrangements. George was born on March 14, 1928, in Chattanooga, Tenn., to Josephine (Arrington) and George Madison Smartt. At age 2, the family moved to Butte, where George attended public schools, graduating from Butte High in 1946. He then joined the Army and was stationed in Korea. He married Marion Haggarty on Dec. 18, 1948, and moved to Missoula to attend the University of Montana. There, they had their first three children, Matt, Mike and Ned. The family moved to Great Falls in 1952, where George began his automotive career working for his in-laws, Leonard and Alice Haggarty. Five more children (Stacy, Becky, Cyndi, Scott and Mimi) completed the family. George and Marion purchased Haggarty Motors in 1963. George and Marion later divorced, but always remained friends and business partners. George remained principle owner until the sale of Haggarty Motors in 2003. In 1980, George married Sari Goot. They enjoyed playing cards, family gatherings, trying different ethnic cuisines and traveling, becoming snow birds and wintering in Tucson. George was active in numerous dealer councils, dealer advertising associations, and civic organizations, and was a staunch supporter of Grizzly athletics. George is survived by his children, Becky (Bob) Eamon of Missoula, Cyndi (Mike) McDonald of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Scott (Kathy) of Great Falls; daughters-in-law Rachel Prince and Sheila and Jackie Smartt; sons-in-law Hugh DePaolo and Pat Whittle; 21 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren; and his loyal dog and companion, Chi Chi. He was preceded in death by his wife, Sari; sister and brother-in-law, Sue and Roger Haines; children Matt, Mike, Ned, Stacy and Mimi; his former wife, Marion; and granddaughters Becca and Katie Greely. George always was supportive of his children and offered guidance when needed. His love, smile, never-ending hugs and endless wit will be truly missed. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Peace Hospice, 1101 26th St. S., Great Falls, MT 59405, or a charity of your choice. Thanks for the memories Dad - we'll treasure them always!! Condolences may be posted online at www.schniderfuneralhome.com and/or www.gftribune.com/obituaries. Published in Great Falls Tribune on May 28, 2009 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/greatfallstribune/obituary.aspx?n=george-madison-smartt&pid=127762220#sthash.odMmzgws.dpuf
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Citation details: Published in Great Falls Tribune on May 28, 2009
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George Madison Smartt II, 81, retired principle owner of Haggarty Motors, died of natural causes Tuesday at Peace Hospice. Funeral Liturgy is noon Friday at St. Ann's Cathedral. Schnider Funeral Home is handling arrangements. George was born on March 14, 1928, in Chattanooga, Tenn., to Josephine (Arrington) and George Madison Smartt. At age 2, the family moved to Butte, where George attended public schools, graduating from Butte High in 1946. He then joined the Army and was stationed in Korea. He married Marion Haggarty on Dec. 18, 1948, and moved to Missoula to attend the University of Montana. There, they had their first three children, Matt, Mike and Ned. The family moved to Great Falls in 1952, where George began his automotive career working for his in-laws, Leonard and Alice Haggarty. Five more children (Stacy, Becky, Cyndi, Scott and Mimi) completed the family. George and Marion purchased Haggarty Motors in 1963. George and Marion later divorced, but always remained friends and business partners. George remained principle owner until the sale of Haggarty Motors in 2003. In 1980, George married Sari Goot. They enjoyed playing cards, family gatherings, trying different ethnic cuisines and traveling, becoming snow birds and wintering in Tucson. George was active in numerous dealer councils, dealer advertising associations, and civic organizations, and was a staunch supporter of Grizzly athletics. George is survived by his children, Becky (Bob) Eamon of Missoula, Cyndi (Mike) McDonald of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Scott (Kathy) of Great Falls; daughters-in-law Rachel Prince and Sheila and Jackie Smartt; sons-in-law Hugh DePaolo and Pat Whittle; 21 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren; and his loyal dog and companion, Chi Chi. He was preceded in death by his wife, Sari; sister and brother-in-law, Sue and Roger Haines; children Matt, Mike, Ned, Stacy and Mimi; his former wife, Marion; and granddaughters Becca and Katie Greely. George always was supportive of his children and offered guidance when needed. His love, smile, never-ending hugs and endless wit will be truly missed. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Peace Hospice, 1101 26th St. S., Great Falls, MT 59405, or a charity of your choice. Thanks for the memories Dad - we'll treasure them always!! Condolences may be posted online at www.schniderfuneralhome.com and/or www.gftribune.com/obituaries. Published in Great Falls Tribune on May 28, 2009 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/greatfallstribune/obituary.aspx?n=george-madison-smartt&pid=127762220#sthash.odMmzgws.dpuf
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