Seylah Ann Smith

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Seylah Ann Smith, who will forever be 6 weeks, was born in Waco July 24, 2022 to the parents of Joseph and Destiny Smith. She was called home by the Lord September 6, 2022 in the arms of her daddy.

Memorial Service: 3:00 PM Sunday, September 18 at Lake Shore Funeral Home. The colors for her service are Purple and Yellow. After the service the family invites everyone to stay for the balloon release at the funeral home.

Seylah was a beautiful premie baby girl with bright blue eyes, curly brown hair, and a deep dimples who loved to squeak and squeal. She had everyone wrapped around her small little fingers. Her parents, grandparents and god parents often referred to her as baby girl or little lizard. But to her brothers she will always be “my sissy”.

Seylah was preceded in death by her great grandmother, Jean “Big Nanny” Davis; great grandfather, Joe Davis; great grandma, Linda Lechler; great great grandma, Dorothy Pringle; aunt, Tiara Sterling, and many others.

Seylah is survived by her mother and father; two older brothers, Malachi and Kadyn Smith; grandparents, Chad and Melissa Davis “PaPa and Mimi”, Roxanne and Gabriel Garcia “Nonnie and PopPop”, and Sonya and Donald Sterling “Nana and Baboo.”  Also her god-parents, Joseph “Uncle Joe” and Alivia “Aunt Mole” Davis;  aunt,  Madelyn  “Aunt Mads” and uncles, Tristan “Uncle T” Poston, “Uncle Alex” Mendoza, Donald Sterling III “Tre Tre”. With many other grandparents, aunts, and uncles and multiple cousins.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708

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Condolence Messages

  1. Mimi & Papa Davis

    Baby Girl we are going to miss your beautiful smile and snuggles. We love you so much. Our hearts are so heavy but we know you are overlooking us all with your beautiful angel wings. You will forever be your brothers’ “sissy.” Des & Joey, Malachi & Kadyn – we love you oh so much. We are here for you. We love you Seylah Ann.

  2. We love you so much lizard you are forever our beautiful angel 💜 – Love Aunt Mole & Uncle Joe and cousin Zander (Monkey)

  3. I’m sorry for your loss Destiny your such a great friend and a great mother I’m sorry that your baby girl leave you and your family so soon but she’s in a better place God will take care of your babygirl I’m have if you need me you can always reach out to me if u just want to take care need anything your best friend LEXXIA LIVINGS


    Sweet Seylah! All of us in the NICU are so saddened of this tragic news. We all hope you guys can find peace in these difficult days to come. You two were great parents and so loving with your sweet girl and she was so lucky to have had you both if only for a short time. It was an honor for all of us to have gotten to care for her.

  5. We love you so much Seylah. We miss you so much already. Love Aunt Mads, Uncle Ethan & Uncle T

  6. My heart goes out to you both and your family. Loss and grief are so hard. Your sweet Seylah was surrounded by love and had amazing parents and 2 great brothers. Sending prayers and love ❤️

  7. I never got to meet her and hold up but I k ow thT God took her home because He had a speciL mission for her.My sweet Pop is up there and he never met a chd he didn’t love.Always remember she was special and treasure your memories.Hugs to all with continued prayers.

  8. My Deepest condolences you and your family are in my prayers

  9. We can’t imagine what y’all are going through. We so wish we could’ve met baby girl. She was so beautiful and will be missed dearly. Although we all wish she was still here with her family, she is in a better place and being spoiled by her loved ones. We love y’all so much and we will keep y’all in our prayers. Fly high sweet girl.💕 -Lexi & Chyna

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