Yoshiko Smith Obituary, Death – Yoshiko A. Smith was reportedly killed in Keithville Tornado strick December 13, 2022, and untimely which has left the family in serious grief and agony according to a social media publication. “Our hearts are filled with grief after learning of the passing of Yoshiko A. Smith, age 30, and her son Nikolus Little, age 8; we were informed of their deaths. Both of their lives were taken from them much too soon, which is a terrible tragedy. Those who had the privilege of calling them friends, those who were fortunate enough to call them loved ones, and anyone else who had the opportunity to know them will feel a profound loss because of their passing.
We ask you to keep them in your thoughts and prayers, as well as those of their family and friends, and we assure you that we will do the same for you in kind. I just wanted to give you an update on the storms that have been hitting our region over the past few weeks because I know you’re interested in hearing about it. This evening was very challenging for a wide variety of people, and our thoughts and prayers are with those who were affected by the events that took place and were affected by the events that took place this evening.
We ask that if you are in a position to help in any way over the next few days, you please consider getting in touch with the local chapter of the Red Cross or churches in the areas that have been impacted by the disaster. If you are able to assist in any way over the next few days, please consider getting in touch with the local chapter of the Red Cross. Please give some thought to getting in touch with the regional branch of the American Red Cross if you are able to do so.
They will be able to tell you how you can most effectively use your time and resources to assist those who are in need of assistance, and they will be able to tell you how to do so in a manner that will maximize the impact that you have on the situation. Despite the challenges we are dealing with at the moment, I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to you and everyone else in our community for the support and generosity you have shown to us during this time.”