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Emily A. Smet
Emily Ann Smet, 3 years old, of Lee Lake, died suddenly Saturday afternoon, March 1 at Childrens Hospital in Milwaukee.
Born Jan. 3, 2011 in Oconto Falls to William D. and Katie (Christensen) Smet, she will be lovingly remembered as a happy little girl who liked to be held and cuddled and to go fast and have bumpy rides. She recently started attending early childhood at Oconto Falls Elementary School and enjoyed her time at the CP Center in Green Bay.
Survivors include her parents, Bill and Katie Smet, Lee Lake; her 8 year old brother, Peter; three half-brothers and one half-sister, Steve Koski, William E. Smet, Briann and Devin Lakonen-Smet; maternal grandparents, Edward and Linda Christensen, Lee Lake; her godparents, Ryan Cherney and Nicole Renier; special friends, Karen and Cal Kadlec; aunts; uncles and cousins.
She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Ernie and Bonnie Smet; an aunt, Kelly Christensen and her paternal and maternal great-grandparents.
Visitation will be held after 4 p.m. Thursday, March 6 at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Oconto Falls until the time of a Mass of Christian Burial at 7 p.m. Rev. Fr. Joel Sember will officiate, followed by cremation and burial of the urn in Hickory Cemetery, Town of Maple Valley. Jones Funeral Home in Oconto Falls assisted the family with arrangements
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