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Doris N. Smith

Doris N. Smith, 97, formerly of Ladysmith, died on Sunday, July 23rd, at Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire.  She is survived by 1 son Chuck of Chippewa Falls and a daughter Carol Holmquist of Madison, 4 grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

Funeral Services for Doris Smith will be held on Saturday, July 29th at 11 AM at the Nash-Jackan Funeral Home in Ladysmith with burial in Riverside Cemetery.  The Smith Family will receive friends at the Funeral Home on Friday after 4 PM and also on Saturday for an hour prior to the Funeral at the Funeral Home.

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