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Kathie Lee Smith (Knoll) Obituary


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Kathie Lee Smith (Knoll) was born Sept 26th, 1952, in Tacoma, Washington. She returned home to her Heavenly Father on June 26th, 2022, at the age of 69, and was reunited with her father, Lawrence Ferdinand Knoll, and her two brothers, Lawrence Francis Knoll and Timothy James Knoll, in Queen Creek, Arizona. Kathie spent most of her life in Washington State. She was a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Kathie is survived by her mother, Katherine Edith Knoll of Des Moines, Washington; her sister Patti Diane Green of Des Moines, Washington, and her brother Steven Wayne Knoll of Des Moines, Washington; her daughters; Jessica Ann Hayes of Gilbert, Arizona, Deborah Kay Barberan of Hillsboro, Oregon, and Katie Lee Dabner of Puyallup, Washington; her sons; Jack Douglas Smith of Honolulu, Hawaii and Jeremy Michael Smith of Santaquin, Utah, along with her nineteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

The family would like to thank the loving staff at Eden Estates in Queen Creek, Arizona, for their excellent care of Mom during her final years.

Services will be held on Wednesday, July 6th at 10:00 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ and Latter-day Saints, 5190 S Recker Rd. Gilbert, AZ 85297. Followed by a graveside service at San Tan Memorial Gardens, 22425 E Cloud Road, Queen Creek 85142.

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6 responses to “Kathie Lee Smith (Knoll) Obituary”

  1. Brenner Smith says:

    Grandma was amazing and I loved visiting her, it was so fun seeing her and she was always smiling, I love you so much Grandma Kathie!

  2. Margaret Kukla McAllister says:

    I have been greatly blessed to know Kathie. We had many fun times together.
    She is a person of excellent character and I loved being around her because she always spoke of others kindly. My condolences to her family. They are so blessed to have her as their mother, grandmother, etc.

  3. Korbin says:

    I know that I didn’t know You that much but I love you so much I look forward to seeing you love your grandson korbin

  4. Korbin says:

    I know that I didn’t see you too much but that does not change the fact that I love you hope to see you soon love your grandson korbin

  5. Korbin says:

    I know I didn’t see you that much but that doesn’t change the fact that that I love you. I hope to see you soon, love your grandson Korbin

  6. Karilee Witting says:

    I always loved being around Kathie. Her smile was warming and her positive attitude uplifting. She knew how to make things beautiful and shared that gift whenever we planned Relief Society activities. I don’t remember her ever saying an unkind thing about anyone. She loved her family with all her heart. I can picture her smiling from heaven.

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Kathie Lee Smith (Knoll) Obituary


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Kathie Lee Smith (Knoll) was born Sept 26th, 1952, in Tacoma, Washington. She returned home to her Heavenly Father on June 26th, 2022, at the age of 69, and was reunited with her father, Lawrence Ferdinand Knoll, and her two brothers, Lawrence Francis Knoll and Timothy James Knoll, in Queen Creek, Arizona. Kathie spent most of her life in Washington State. She was a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Kathie is survived by her mother, Katherine Edith Knoll of Des Moines, Washington; her sister Patti Diane Green of Des Moines, Washington, and her brother Steven Wayne Knoll of Des Moines, Washington; her daughters; Jessica Ann Hayes of Gilbert, Arizona, Deborah Kay Barberan of Hillsboro, Oregon, and Katie Lee Dabner of Puyallup, Washington; her sons; Jack Douglas Smith of Honolulu, Hawaii and Jeremy Michael Smith of Santaquin, Utah, along with her nineteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

The family would like to thank the loving staff at Eden Estates in Queen Creek, Arizona, for their excellent care of Mom during her final years.

Services will be held on Wednesday, July 6th at 10:00 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ and Latter-day Saints, 5190 S Recker Rd. Gilbert, AZ 85297. Followed by a graveside service at San Tan Memorial Gardens, 22425 E Cloud Road, Queen Creek 85142.

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6 responses to “Kathie Lee Smith (Knoll) Obituary”

  1. Brenner Smith says:

    Grandma was amazing and I loved visiting her, it was so fun seeing her and she was always smiling, I love you so much Grandma Kathie!

  2. Margaret Kukla McAllister says:

    I have been greatly blessed to know Kathie. We had many fun times together.
    She is a person of excellent character and I loved being around her because she always spoke of others kindly. My condolences to her family. They are so blessed to have her as their mother, grandmother, etc.

  3. Korbin says:

    I know that I didn’t know You that much but I love you so much I look forward to seeing you love your grandson korbin

  4. Korbin says:

    I know that I didn’t see you too much but that does not change the fact that I love you hope to see you soon love your grandson korbin

  5. Korbin says:

    I know I didn’t see you that much but that doesn’t change the fact that that I love you. I hope to see you soon, love your grandson Korbin

  6. Karilee Witting says:

    I always loved being around Kathie. Her smile was warming and her positive attitude uplifting. She knew how to make things beautiful and shared that gift whenever we planned Relief Society activities. I don’t remember her ever saying an unkind thing about anyone. She loved her family with all her heart. I can picture her smiling from heaven.

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