February 13, 1967 ~ September 22, 2018

Born in: Indianapolis, Indiana
Resided in: Indianapolis, Indiana

Tonia May Smith, 51, of Indianapolis, passed away on September 22, 2018.  She was born in Indianapolis on February 13, 1967 to Robert E. Smith Sr. and Carolyn (McIntosh) Smith.  She owned her own cleaning business.  Tonia loved to decorate and to shop, but most importantly, she loved her family and life.

Tonia is survived by her sons, Steve Peavler Jr., Andrew Cook, Anthony Cook, and Cameron Smith; sister, Misty Wright; and brother, Robert Smith Jr.; along with many other family members and friends.  She is preceded in death by her parents, mentioned above.

Services will be at 1pm on Monday, October 1, 2018 at Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services, 5215 N. Shadeland Avenue, with visitation starting at 10am until the start of the service.  Burial to follow at Concordia Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the family to help with funeral expenses.

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Visitation: October 1, 2018 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226


Funeral Service: October 1, 2018 1:00 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226


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  1. I will miss the long special talks I had with Tonia. She would come over to my house and like redoing my walls and it was beautiful, better than what I could do. However that was my sissy and I loved her so much.

  2. I will miss my mom very much she was very special to me, she was a one of a kind. I will miss the conversations i had with her she would help me through situations that i was struggling with. I will always love you dearly mom.

  3. I will always miss my mom she was special to me and was a one of a kind. I will all the great conversations we had she would help me through situations that i was struggling with.

  4. There is a lot I reamber she has the prettiest smile she loves playing cards skating we were very close when we were younger but even if we hadn’t seen each other in a few years when we do where you seen me you would see tonia I love you tonia you will be greatly missed until we meet again

  5. I was Tonias brother in law she used to me I was the best brother in law she tried teaching me how to decorate a rm but I never caught on I’ll miss talking to her bout different things & getting her insight luv ya Tonia

  6. My Aunt Tonia, was such a beautiful person. She always made sure she looked and smelled her best. She always made me feel special and pretty from childhood all the way up till the last day I saw her. Ill never forget all the memories I had with her from learning the bible talking about how good god was to cleaning apartments with her and going yard saleing together. Till I see you again I love you. Your niece Nikitti Lynn

  7. I will miss you aunt Tonia. I’m so glad I got to know you. She took care of Peyton a few times and he just loved all the kids so much. She did anything she could for us and it meant a lot. She was always nice to me and I appreciate everything she did for us. Love you aunt Tonia

  8. “A butterfly lights beside us, like a sunbeam…and for a brief moment it’s glory and beauty belong to our world…but then it flies on again, and although we wish it could have stayed, we are so thankful to have seen it at all.” I love you Aunt Tonia and you will be dearly missed. A piece of you is left with each and every one of us. We will forever cherish our memories we had with you.

  9. “A butterfly lights beside us, like a sunbeam…and for a brief moment it’s glory and beauty belong to our world…but then it flies on again, and although we wish it could have stayed, we are so thankful to have seen it at all. I love you Aunt Tonia and you will be dearly missed. There is a piece of you left with each and every one of us. We will forever cherish the memories we have with you.

  10. I love you Aunt Tibia, even though I barely got to see you I still love you with all of my heart. You will be missed by all of your family

  11. Tonia May we were Sisters by heart not by Blood I’m going to smile like nothing’s wrong pretend like everything is alright act like it’s all perfect even though inside it really hurts someday everything will make perfect sense so for now I laugh at the confusion smile through the tears and keep reminding myself that everything happens for a reason in the end we only regret the chances we didn’t take we. had those chances the pain that I feel today will be my strength for tomorrow I will miss you so much but I’m grateful for what we had and I take piece and knowing you are with the Lord doing God’s work now

  12. I am so sorry for Revelation 21:4-5 says; God . . . will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning not outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away. Write for these words are faithful and true.

    Sincerely,

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