ForeverMissed

James T Smith, 61, of Ocean View, NJ passed away peacefully with his family by his side Tuesday July 10, 2018.

Jim liked the simple things in life. He was a kind hearted and a gentle soul who would help anyone in need. His door was always open. He loved his music and loved to hear his nephew Little Mike jam out. He was always up for a game of scrabble but not before bringing out his big dictionary to prove all his words were really words. Jim loved a good debate. He loved Jeopardy and doing crossword puzzles after reading every inch of the paper. He could tell you all the news. He worked all his life as an insulation installer at National Home Insulation and Cape Insulation until he retired.

Preceded in death by his mother Harlene M Smith and father Robert K Smith Sr. Surviving are his three Daughters, Sarah (Michelle) Edmunds and Husband Daryl, April E. Smith and Partner Adam Johnson, and Samantha M. Smith. Former wife Sarah L. Wence. Grandchildren Jeremy Edmunds, Thomas Hall, Sadie Edmunds, Nevada Dagostino, Draven Edmunds, and Phoenix Edmunds. Brothers Michael K. Smith and wife Debbie, David S. Smith, and Robert K. Smith Jr. and wife Andee. Sisters Roberta L Bowen, Kimberly A. Farrell and husband James, and Nancy E. Dunn and husband Scott. Many Nieces and Nephews and Grand Nieces and Nephews. 

Services will be held at Steelmantown Cemetery, Natural Burial Preserve, Saturday July 14, 2018 at 1 P.M. Casual Dress.

Posted by Patricia Farris on July 17, 2018
May the God of all comfort soothe your hearts and bring you peace. May He hear your prayers and guard your hearts. Psalms 145:19.
Posted by Sarah Wence on July 12, 2018
See Ya on the Other Side Mister. Miss you

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Posted by Patricia Farris on July 17, 2018
May the God of all comfort soothe your hearts and bring you peace. May He hear your prayers and guard your hearts. Psalms 145:19.
Posted by Sarah Wence on July 12, 2018
See Ya on the Other Side Mister. Miss you
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Shared by Dave McKeon on July 14, 2018

Until we all meet again. God bless you Jim Smith. No history of Somers Point would be complete without your name. You grew up during a special time and youhave many interesting stories to tell in heaven 

Shared by Bill McKeon on July 13, 2018

Jim,

You were one of my closest friends throughout our teenage years. I could count on you for anything. I admired your great athleticism and natural strength. 

We had some epic basketball games against your brothers in your backyard. We had some great times in the second floor of your parents garage that we converted to a fort (aka,The Gee). Enjoyed the wrestling matches we had, but it would almost always have to be two against one to compete against you. 

You will be missed

Shared by Meg Lovett-Dankese on July 13, 2018

We are heartbroken for all of you. Everyone in Fitchburg loved Jimmy, he loved Aunt Rosemary’s family reunions and we always looked forward to seeing him. He was always kind and that is a rare quality. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Love Meg, Aunt Nancy, Erin and Am