Obituary for Audrey C (Foster) Smither

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Audrey C (Foster) Smither

July 2, 1924 - January 29, 2013

Audrey C. (Foster) Smither, age 88 passed away Tuesday morning, January 29, 2013 at the IU Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. She was a resident of Indianapolis and a former resident of Greenwood.

Audrey was born July 2, 1924 in Indianapolis to the late Frederick & Helen Foster. She was a 1942 graduate of Howe High School in Indianapolis and married William O. Smither Jr. on May 5, 1973 in Noblesville. He preceded her in death on February 12, 1996.

Audrey retired in 2006 from L.S. Ayers & Co. in Greenwood after more than ten years of service. Prior to that, she worked for RCA in Indianapolis. Audrey enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, working in her flower & vegetable gardens and bird watching. She was a fan of the Indianapolis Colts and watching Joyce Meyer Ministries on television.

Survivors include her children: Cheryl L. Wiley of Ft. Myers, FL, Daniel A. Ehrgott of Trafalgar, Jerome Ehrgott, William "Bill" Ehrgott and Joseph Ehrgott all of Indianapolis. She will be remembered by her siblings: Nadine Lane of Massachusetts, brother: Charles Foster of California; 11 grandchildren and several great grandchildren & great-great grandchildren.

Audrey was preceded in death by two daughters: Helen Ehrgott and an infant daughter; brother: Gordon "Sunny" Foster.

Funeral service will be private. Arrangements have been entrusted to Meredith – Clark Funeral Home Cremation & Personalization Center in Morgantown.

Condolences may be made to the Smither family at

Information: (812) 597-4670


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Born: July 2, 1924
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Jennifer Munson posted on 1/1/00

I wanted to send my thoughts and prayers to Audrey's family. I spent many weekends with her when I visited my Grandmother Betty Aikins. She always made me laugh watching her, Bill and my family play poker!