ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Cecil Smith, 35, born on June 21, 1979 and passed away on July 9, 2014. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Michelle Smith on July 29, 2016
You will forever be missed. Rest in peace and please know that me and the kids miss you more and more everyday. You would be so proud of the kids. I love you forever and always.
Posted by Kimberly Ladonna Staggs on July 29, 2016
I know you're laughing your butt off at us down here but hey you just keep watching over us all specially Michelle and the girls and your grandson....you sure are missed so very much my friend....but lGod called you home and we know you are loving your home in heaven without all of the bs that is her.....until we meet again my friend always thinking about you...The Staggs Family

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Posted by Michelle Smith on July 29, 2016
You will forever be missed. Rest in peace and please know that me and the kids miss you more and more everyday. You would be so proud of the kids. I love you forever and always.
Posted by Kimberly Ladonna Staggs on July 29, 2016
I know you're laughing your butt off at us down here but hey you just keep watching over us all specially Michelle and the girls and your grandson....you sure are missed so very much my friend....but lGod called you home and we know you are loving your home in heaven without all of the bs that is her.....until we meet again my friend always thinking about you...The Staggs Family
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O gosh there are too many to pick from.... SHOCK COLLAR

Shared by Michelle Smith on July 29, 2016

We moved to Horn Lake, Ms and we had a dog. His name was Buddy. I hated to keep him on a chain so we went and got the underground shock collar system. It was dang near midnight and snowing outside and Cecil just had to set it up to " MAKE SURE IT WAS GONNA WORK ". Well anybody knows Cecil, it wouldn't have done me any good to try and tell him to wait. Well he finally gets the thing set up and decides to try it out. He puts the collar around his neck and turned the thing on. He told me that if I heard him holler to turn it off. He goes outside and at first nothing happened. He wasn't close enough to it I guess. He was mad. So he kept walking and cussing (because it didn't work) well all of a sudden I heard this noise and looked out the door and that thing had lit him up. He was trying to unsnap the collar and jumping around. It was too funny. Wish I could've had it on video. He finally comes back inside after he gets the thing off and asked me why I didn't turn the thing off and I said I didn't hear him. Truth is I was laughing to hard and couldn't. Lord that's just one I have millions!! This man never hardly met a stranger. Loved doing everything especially with his family and friends.