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On Saturday 5th June, 1886, Kate Mary Smith submitted an ‘Undertakers’ Notice’ in The Brisbane Courier informing “The inhabitants of Brisbane and surrounding districts that the long-established business so successfully carried on by the late Jno.Smith, as undertaker, will in future be carried on by his widow”. This was K.M. Smiths’ first sharing of ‘News & Events’ with the community and the families we respectfully continue to share our news and event items with today.

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Easter is about seeing life and death through new eyes.
Our warmest wishes to All this much appreciated lockdown-free Easter.
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Easter is about seeing life and death through new eyes. 
Our warmest wishes to All this much appreciated lockdown-free Easter.

Happy St Patrick's Day! Born in Dublin in 1846, Kate Mary Smith (nee Farrell) would have celebrated Saint Patrick's day in her home town. Although the devastation of the 1840's potato famine halted the parade in many areas, the great exodus that followed saw Kate and millions of her countrymen and women taking St Patrick's day celebrations out to the world. ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy St Patricks Day! Born in Dublin in 1846, Kate Mary Smith (nee Farrell) would have celebrated Saint Patricks day in her home town. Although the devastation of the 1840s potato famine halted the parade in many areas, the great exodus that followed saw Kate and millions of her countrymen and women taking St Patricks day celebrations out to the world.

K.M.Smith Funeral Directors were proud to be involved in this years Zonta International Young Women in Public Affairs award. The award recognises young women ages 16-19 who demonstrate superior leadership skills and a commitment to public service and civic causes. This unique award encourages them to continue their participation in public and political life. Pictured is the Zonta Wynnum Redland winner, Makayla, Wellington Point High School Principle, Dr Robyn Burton-Ree and Councillor Wendy Boglary. ... See MoreSee Less

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K.M.Smith Funeral Directors were proud to be involved in this years Zonta International Young Women in Public Affairs award. The award recognises young women ages 16-19 who demonstrate superior leadership skills and a commitment to public service and civic causes. This unique award encourages them to continue their participation in public and political life. Pictured is the Zonta Wynnum Redland winner, Makayla, Wellington Point High School Principle, Dr Robyn Burton-Ree and Councillor Wendy Boglary.

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How do I stream the funeral of JudyO'Donoghue at 12md today?

Our dear Therapy Dog Archie celebrated his 2nd birthday on the weekend. Over the last two years he has made many friends and touched lives young and old with his gentle presence. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our dear Therapy Dog Archie celebrated his 2nd birthday on the weekend. Over the last two years he has made many friends and touched lives young and old with his gentle presence.

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Happy Birthday Archie 🐾🎂🐶 You certainly are special 🥰

Happy happy 2nd Birthday beautiful Archie!! 🐾💙🐾

Happy Birthday Archie😘

Ohhhhhhhhh he is just so adorable 🥰🐶

Happy Birthday Archie. Loz and Jan

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In advance of International Women's Day, K.M.Smith attended a luncheon this afternoon where you could have heard a pin drop when the guest speaker, Australian of the Year 2021 Grace Tame, shared her story. With a heritage infused by the work of an amazing woman - Kate Mary Smith - each generation of women shows us that there is always more we can bring to our workplaces, our families and our communities. ... See MoreSee Less

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In advance of International Womens Day, K.M.Smith attended a luncheon this afternoon where you could have heard a pin drop when the guest speaker, Australian of the Year 2021 Grace Tame, shared her story. With a heritage infused by the work of an amazing woman - Kate Mary Smith - each generation of women shows us that there is always more we can bring to our workplaces, our families and our communities.
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