Sgt. Scott Daniel Smith
  • 36 years old
  • Date of birth: Mar 25, 1975
  • Date of passing: Jun 17, 2011
Let the memory of Scott be with us forever

SPC Scott Daniel Smith 36, of Indianapolis passed from this life on Friday, June 17th, 2011 while serving in Operation Enduring Freedom in Khowst province, Afghanistan. He was born on March 29, 1975 in Indianapolis, Indiana, to James Daniel and Marva Kay (Shields) Smith. Scott spent his childhood in Morgan County, graduating from Mooresville High School with the class of 1993. Following graduation, he enlisted in the US Marine Corps and served from August 13, 1994 - August 12, 1998. He then served a couple of years in the Marine and Army Reserves following his active duty with the Marine Corps. In 2008 he enlisted into the Indiana National Guard, in which he was deployed to the 81st Troop Command supporting Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. On September 12, 1998 he married Kristina Marie (Boling) Smith. She survives in Indianapolis. Scott was a defense and aerospace systems technician at Raytheon Corporation in Indianapolis, where he had been employed for several years. He had a love for the military and being a soldier, but his greatest passion was his three daughters. He was a dedicated father, coaching their various basketball and soccer teams. When time permitted, he also enjoyed drawing and painting. Scott will be sadly missed and always remembered by his family and friends including his wife, Kristina Smith; 3 daughters, Brittany Nicole, Cami Marie and Delaney Danielle Smith all of Indianapolis; parents, James D. and Marva Kay Smith of Mooresville; brother, Christopher Smith of Greenwood; and maternal grandmother, Cherie Louise Shields of Indianapolis.

He was a great father of three girls. Loved sports and coaching his
kids teams. Played basketball and built bicycles.

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