Jean MacInnis Smith, formerly of Oak Bluffs and Berea, Ky. died peacefully and with family by her side on Nov. 8 after complications from surgery. She was 84.

She was born Dec. 6, 1937. She moved to Berea, Ky. in 1970 with her three sons and husband, Colbert Smith. There she had another son, Hugh Jay Smith. After her husband’s death in 1974, she remained in Berea and raised her four children. Her youngest son, Hugh Jay, died in 1976.

She worked at Dresser Industries in Berea after her husband’s death. Shortly after, she moved to the Vineyard to take care of her parents, which she did until they died. She returned to Berea and to work at Dresser Industries, where she remained until it closed in the late 1990s. She moved to Ravenna, Ky. to live next to her son Joseph and remained there until her death.

Sports was her hobby. She loved to play and watch tennis, and she won many tournaments. She also enjoyed watching baseball but Kentucky Wildcats basketball was her favorite. She loved dogs and always enjoyed visits from her “granddogs.”

Jean is survived by three sons, Donald A. BenDavid and his wife Madeline, Russell J. BenDavid and his wife Sharon, and Joseph C. Smith and his wife Teresa; and her only granddaughter, Erica Lynn BenDavid.

Her service, performed by Brother James Tyra, was held privately at Lakes Funeral Home in Berea.

Memorial contributions can be made to the A.S.P.C.A. or local animal shelter of one’s choice.