Tributes to Tina Smithson

If you scroll down to last Thursday's post and click on the 'Comments' link at the end of the post, you will be able to read these.

Mike Gadd

SymiVisitor.com

Anonymous –   – (Tuesday, March 20, 2007)  

So shocked to hear of Tina's tragic death. She really helped us through an awful divorce and was wonderful. So sorry.
Nam myo ho renge kyo.
Paul T and Heidi K

Anonymous –   – (Thursday, March 22, 2007)  

We were very shocked to read of Tina's tragic death. I first met Tina way back in the '80's on Symi, probably at Vapori in the days of Tassos. She really was a very genuine person who loved Symi and the Symiot people, had a great sense of fun and lived life to the full.
Our condolences go to her family, her godchildren on Symi and all her friends.
Andrew and Carol

sarah berry  – (Wednesday, April 11, 2007)  

My family have just found out about tinas death we have been trying to contact her for some weeks.My mum and tina were best friends at school and tina was my brothers godmother.She has always been around our whole lives and now she has been taken from us we are all devastated.

Anonymous –   – (Tuesday, November 27, 2007)  

Tina was full of life, love and energy. Always keen to help you if ever she could.

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