June Marie Smart

Bank teller, 71June Marie Smart, 71, of Astoria, died Thursday, July 31, 2003 in Astoria.

Ms. Smart was born June 19, 1932 in Astoria to Roy and Eva Sorensen Smart. She graduated from Astoria High School in 1950 and went to work as a proof machine operator for the Astoria branch of First National Bank. She advanced to the position of commercial teller, where family members said she became a favorite of many customers. She later held various cashiering jobs until health problems prevented her from working.

She enjoyed singing in the Methodist Church choir and watching old movies on TV. Her interests included artwork, and she was a devout Christian.

Ms. Smart is survived by two cousins, Donna Collins of Florence and Dwight Smart of Oceanside, Calif.; a niece, Tracie Rader of Carlsbad, Calif.; and a nephew, Robert Smart of Vancouver, Wash. A brother, Ronald Smart, died earlier.

No service was held.

Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of one's choice.

Hughes-Ransom Mortuary in Astoria was in charge of arrangements.

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