Angela (Angie) Gayle Smith

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Angela (Angie) Gayle Smith

Angela (Angie) Gayle Smith was born on August 29, 1978, in El Dorado, Kansas. Angie passed away unexpectedly on September 20, 2021, at the age of 43. Angie was the daughter of Bobby and the late Nancy Smith.

Angie became a mother on June 27, 1999, to her daughter Kaylyn Mackenzie Standfast (Baker). Her second child, son Kyle Robert Smith, was born on May 20, 2003.

Angie grew up in the El Dorado/Flinthills area with her siblings, Amy Foes (Smith), Christopher Smith, Andrew Smith, and Sara Schabel (Smith). Growing up she was involved in several 4-H activities, as well as multiple sports. She met and developed lifelong best friends throughout middle/high school that she has remained close with throughout her life.

Angie's first and most cherished passion was being a mother to Kaylyn and Kyle. She supported all their endeavors from fishing tournaments and scholars bowl meets to welding and nursing school. She was her children's biggest fan in every life journey they took part in.

Angie's second calling was becoming an educator. She loved each one of her "babies" as her own. Angie had a huge impact on the lives of over 400 students throughout her distinguished 18-year teaching career, all of which were at Bluestem Elementary School.

Angie was an amazing aunt to her eight nieces and nephews, and she loved to watch them participate in all their activities as often as she could. She had the green thumb of the family, and her garden was always the most beautiful on the block. She was extremely proud of the school's agriculture program and greenhouse, both of which she was heavily involved in creating and maintaining. She also thoroughly enjoyed watching her students as she kept the scorebook at multiple sporting events.

Angie had a huge faith in her lord and savior Jesus Christ. Her faith carried her and those around her throughout her life and it will continue to carry them throughout this difficult time.

Angie is survived by her daughter Kaylyn (Jason) Standfast, son Kyle Smith, father Bobby Smith Jr., sister Amy (Mike) Foes and their children Jillian, Zac and Dylan, brother Christopher Smith and his children Reagan and Easton, brother Andrew Smith and his children Tenley and Ty, sister Sara Schabel and her daughter Peyton, grandmother Donna Smith, numerous aunts and uncles and multiple cousins.

Angie is proceeded in death by her mother Nancy Smith and her grandparents Robert and Barbara Simmons and Bobby Smith Sr.

Family will gather with friends on Friday, September 24, 2021 at Carlson Funeral Home from 5:00-7:00 PM. Her funeral service will be held on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at First United Methodist Church of El Dorado at 10:00 AM. Burial will immediately follow at Walnut Valley Memorial Park.

Memorials can be made in Angie's honor to the Bluestem Elementary School greenhouse and annual plant sale.

Please sign her online guestbook at www.carlsonkirbymorris.com

Posted online on September 24, 2021

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Obituaries in El Dorado, KS | Butler County Times Gazette

Angela (Angie) Gayle Smith

Carlson Funeral Home

Angela (Angie) Gayle Smith

Angela (Angie) Gayle Smith was born on August 29, 1978, in El Dorado, Kansas. Angie passed away unexpectedly on September 20, 2021, at the age of 43. Angie was the daughter of Bobby and the late Nancy Smith.

Angie became a mother on June 27, 1999, to her daughter Kaylyn Mackenzie Standfast (Baker). Her second child, son Kyle Robert Smith, was born on May 20, 2003.

Angie grew up in the El Dorado/Flinthills area with her siblings, Amy Foes (Smith), Christopher Smith, Andrew Smith, and Sara Schabel (Smith). Growing up she was involved in several 4-H activities, as well as multiple sports. She met and developed lifelong best friends throughout middle/high school that she has remained close with throughout her life.

Angie's first and most cherished passion was being a mother to Kaylyn and Kyle. She supported all their endeavors from fishing tournaments and scholars bowl meets to welding and nursing school. She was her children's biggest fan in every life journey they took part in.

Angie's second calling was becoming an educator. She loved each one of her "babies" as her own. Angie had a huge impact on the lives of over 400 students throughout her distinguished 18-year teaching career, all of which were at Bluestem Elementary School.

Angie was an amazing aunt to her eight nieces and nephews, and she loved to watch them participate in all their activities as often as she could. She had the green thumb of the family, and her garden was always the most beautiful on the block. She was extremely proud of the school's agriculture program and greenhouse, both of which she was heavily involved in creating and maintaining. She also thoroughly enjoyed watching her students as she kept the scorebook at multiple sporting events.

Angie had a huge faith in her lord and savior Jesus Christ. Her faith carried her and those around her throughout her life and it will continue to carry them throughout this difficult time.

Angie is survived by her daughter Kaylyn (Jason) Standfast, son Kyle Smith, father Bobby Smith Jr., sister Amy (Mike) Foes and their children Jillian, Zac and Dylan, brother Christopher Smith and his children Reagan and Easton, brother Andrew Smith and his children Tenley and Ty, sister Sara Schabel and her daughter Peyton, grandmother Donna Smith, numerous aunts and uncles and multiple cousins.

Angie is proceeded in death by her mother Nancy Smith and her grandparents Robert and Barbara Simmons and Bobby Smith Sr.

Family will gather with friends on Friday, September 24, 2021 at Carlson Funeral Home from 5:00-7:00 PM. Her funeral service will be held on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at First United Methodist Church of El Dorado at 10:00 AM. Burial will immediately follow at Walnut Valley Memorial Park.

Memorials can be made in Angie's honor to the Bluestem Elementary School greenhouse and annual plant sale.

Please sign her online guestbook at www.carlsonkirbymorris.com

Posted online on September 24, 2021