Louvenia Ann Smith, 75 passed on March 7, 2018 at her home in Trappe MD. Louvenia well known as “Veney” was born on April 21, 1942 in Easton to the late Fannie Cooper and the late Charles Butler.\n \n\n Louvenia attended Robert Russa Moton High School. She worked various jobs including Trappe Frozen Food and Coldwater Seafood. Most recently Veney worked for the Firth’s, White's and many other families. She was a member of Scott’s United Methodist Church in Trappe where she was also a member of the United Methodist Women. On September 7, 1968 she married the late Wilmore Edward Smith Sr and they were blessed with four children that they loved dearly.\n \n\n Louvenia enjoyed going to yard sales, shopping, and most of all spending time with her family.\n \n\n Louvenia leaves to cherish fond memories 3 daughters: Phyliss Smothers (Kelvin) of Preston, Denise Cooper of Trappe, Ninita Cooper of Cambridge; one son Edward Smith, Jr (Nicole) of Trappe; 9 Grandchildren: Nakiya, Malcolm Jr., Tobias Sr., Deliquawon, Ejiyah, Deonte, Dariah, Rakeerah and Emari; 13 great grandchildren: Donald III, Dakiah, Zaviun, Bishop, Makiah, Zaden, Aunesti, Tobias Jr., Tevaeh, Kingston, Taylor, Ryan and Brandon; 3 godchildren: Ellene Smith of Cambridge, Marsha Greene of Hurlock, and Jordaine Jolley of Long Island, NY; 5 brothers in law; Leroy Smith of Colorado Springs, Russell Smith Jr of Cambridge, Linwood (Lenda) of Trappe, Narvel and Carvel Smith of Cambridge; 4 sisters in law: Lorraine Thompson, Mamie Loretta Smith, Francine Linett Smith(Andre) all of Cambridge, and Elaine Cephas (Douglas) of Hurlock; 7 aunts: Marjorie Roberts, Mary Ross, Joyce White and Barbara Stanley all of Trappe, and Anna Kilson and Valarie Holcomb both of Baltimore and Mary Brooks of Easton; 4 uncles: Walter Chase (Helen), Robert Chase (Harriett) all of Trappe, David Chase (Gwen) of Ridgely and James Chase (Kathy) of Upper Marlboro, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousin other relatives and friends.