Jennifer L. Henderson Smith quietly transcended to her heavenly home on Sunday June 4, 2023.  Born October 9, 1974 she was the daughter of Henry C and Virginia J Henderson. She was preceded in death by her father Henry C Henderson and sister Sandra Henderson Golden.

Jennifer graduated from Monessen High School. After graduation she entered into the United States Airforce where she met her husband Frank Smith.  They were blessed with a baby girl Nakeira.

In 2004, Jennifer was blessed with her second daughter Nevaeh Hughes. Jennifer received the Lord at an early age. She was baptized by the late Rev. Griffin E Mason Monessen, PA. She served faithfully until she entered the Air Force. She joined the Woodbrook Community Church in 2013 where she served in several capacities faithfully until her passing.

Left to cherish her memory are her mother Evangelist Virginia J Henderson of Monessen, PA. Two daughters Nakeria Smith of Tifton, GA., Nevaeh Hughes of Spanaway, WA. Three brothers Ernest L. Henderson (Dina) of Monessen, PA., Stephen C. Henderson of Monessen, PA., and Scott Speed of  Greensburg, PA. Two grandchildren Genesis Shamad Collins and Jeremiah Tazayawan Collins. A host of nieces, nephews,  and a host of relatives and friends. She also leaves a long time friend  Sylvia Hayes (Rudy) of Lakewood, WA.

June 21, 2023 10:00 am The Woodbrook Community Church, Senior Pastor Jeffrey K Jones 14421  Woodbrook Dr SW Lakewood, WA 98499

  1. Frank Smith Jr says:

    To a beautiful woman inside and out who deserved so much better than she received with the exception of her daughter and grandkids. May you rest in peace until we all meet again in the Most High’s Kingdom forever and death, tears, and pain will be removed forever. Thank you for your love and thank you for my 2 daughters.

  2. Annette Jackson says:

    God bless you family, be at peace and continue to hold onto God’s unchanging hand. Love you. 🙏🏼

  3. Bonnie Mays-Hughes says:

    Henderson Family & Jennifer’s daughters. She was a beautiful woman and had a heart of gold. She was everything you want as a friend. My daughter Raynelle and her were the best of friends in Pa. She will be greatly missed & always loved. Far away in miles but close in heart. R.I.H.P 💖😇

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