1918 - 1991
||Edna Hermina Smitter |
||21 Sep 1918
||Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan 
||14 Mar 1991
||Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan [1, 2, 3]
- SMITTER — Edna Smitter, aged 72, of Grand Rapids, passed away Thursday, March 14, 1991. She is survived by her brothers and sister-in-law, Fred and Esther Smitter and John Smitter; two sisters and brother-in-law, Evelyn Molenkamp and Shirley and Edward Page; one sister-in-law, Beatrice Smitter; several nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends may meet the family Friday 7 to 9 p.m. at the Kuiper Funeral Home, Wyoming Chapel, 1311 Chicago Dr., SW. Funeral services will be held Saturday at the funeral home (time to be announced later).
||16 Mar 1991
||Rest Lawn Memorial Park, Kentwood, Kent County, Michigan [2, 4]
- Rev. David Lee Smith presided. Buried next to her sister, Anna Smitter, in Section 70, Garden of Peace. Take southern most entrance off Eastern Avenue.
||Smitter, Edna H. (1918-1991)
Edna H. Smitter
In Loving Memory
Rest Lawn Memorial Park Entrance, Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan.
||14 Aug 2012 |
||Nicholas Smitter, b. 12 Mar 1883, Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan , d. 21 Oct 1937, Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan |
||Afke Klooster, b. 5 Dec 1888, Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands , d. 24 Nov 1982, Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan |
||12 Dec 1906
||Arlene, Missaukee County, Michigan
||Smitter, Nicholas and Effie (Afke nee Klooster) Family|
Nicholas and Effie (Afke nee Klooster) Smitter family. Standing L to R: Frederick, Anna, Evelyn Mary, Lambert, Catherine, and Edna Hermina. Seated L to R: John Harvey, Nicholas, Clarence "Claus" Harold, Effie (Afke). Circa 1926.
||Smitter, Edna, Effie, and Evelyn|
Afke (Effie Klooster) Smitter and her daughters, Edna (left) and Evelyn (right)
- [S328] Michigan: Death Records, 1971-1996 (Ancestry), Edna H. Smitter; accessed 19 Sep 2010.
- [S279] Newspaper: Grand Rapids Press, Thursday, 14 March 1991, page D11.
- [S269] Smitter Family Genealogy (James Batenburg), Page 11.
- [S269] Smitter Family Genealogy (James Batenburg), page 11.
Grand Rapids Press? obit.