Keith was born to William Andrew Smith and Nelta Gene Smith on January 26th, 1972. 

He is survived in death by wife Jennifer Smith; children, Brianne, Morgan, and Riley; step-children Matthew, Haley, and Michael; granddaughters Sydney and Aidyn; mother Nelta Gene Smith, and siblings: Wayne Smith and wife Pam, Richard Smith and wife Tammy, Don Smith and wife Gayle, Crystal Laughhunn and husband Jeff, and twin sister Kim Smith, and numerous nieces and nephews. 

Keith was proceeded in death by his father William (Bill) Andrew Smith. 

A private memorial will be held at a later date.

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Posted by Haley Reynolds on December 18, 2019
I've had a hard time thinking of what I should write. There aren't words for what happened here. The loss is huge. It's everyone's loss. The lives he touched will never be the same. He was a truly good man. He made my mom incredibly happy. Which if you know my mom, you know she deserved to be happy. Keith will forever be in our hearts.
Posted by Eve Jones on December 17, 2019
I knew from the start that Keith was a cool guy. To me, Keith was one-liner funny, a goofball, and a guy you could always count on cutting up with you when no one else would. He was also a guy that brought happiness to a woman who needed someone to love her in a way that made her genuinely smile. He was full of love and he cared for other’s happiness. He fit right in to the weirdness of the family, a complement and partner in “fun” to my father who I thought was king of strange until he came along. He was a son, a father, a husband, a brother, and a friend. Many are hurting from his loss and I can’t believe he’s gone. I pray for God to heal the hurt and that we embrace how important it is to be a part of one another’s lives while we’re still here. My condolences on the huge loss. He is sorely missed.
Posted by Teresa Delaney on December 14, 2019
I'm so sorry for your loss. My prayers will be with you ..
Posted by William Smith on December 13, 2019
Keith Smith was my best friend. He always treated me like I was special to him. His love for Jennifer was something everyone who knew him envied. He was a man that I loved very much and
I am a better person to have known him. His love of life, having fun at all times, and he was always positive, God must have needed him badly !!
Posted by Brianne Smith on December 13, 2019
What I would give for you to call me and say “wazzzzzz up!!” one more time. Just once more. Or for you walk down an HEB aisle being weird and acting crazy, saying “look what I can do!”

You will be greatly missed dad. Not just by me but by your girl, Sydney. She was a Gpaw’s girl and loved you so much! I did too!

I love you dad! This isn’t goodbye, just a see you later. Rest easy in heaven and watch over us always!
Posted by Bunny Smith on December 13, 2019
I loved Keith Smith....He was my son-n-law, my son, and the man that made my daughter happier than I've ever seen her. He was my husband's best friend.
All men could have learned how to treat their wives from Keith. He was everything I could have ever wanted for Jennifer. She consistently wore a mile-wide smile. She giggled or flat out lost it at everything he said or did because he was just that funny.
He would snapchat me the funniest crap I ever saw and send me polo's out of the blue. Funny, goofy, smart, and oh so loving to everyone.
We will never know the "why" he was taken that nasty, foggy morning. I guess God just needed another Angel.

R.I.P. my "son". I love you and you will be forever missed...
Posted by Dale Lesikar on December 13, 2019
Sorry to hear of your loss Don. Our prayers and sympathy to you and your family
Posted by Tina Spencer-Holliman on December 12, 2019
Many prayers for comfort & understanding for Jennifer, Brianne, Sydney, Morgan & Riley. I am so so sorry y’all are having to go through this. (((Hugs)))

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Posted by Haley Reynolds on December 18, 2019
I've had a hard time thinking of what I should write. There aren't words for what happened here. The loss is huge. It's everyone's loss. The lives he touched will never be the same. He was a truly good man. He made my mom incredibly happy. Which if you know my mom, you know she deserved to be happy. Keith will forever be in our hearts.
Posted by Eve Jones on December 17, 2019
I knew from the start that Keith was a cool guy. To me, Keith was one-liner funny, a goofball, and a guy you could always count on cutting up with you when no one else would. He was also a guy that brought happiness to a woman who needed someone to love her in a way that made her genuinely smile. He was full of love and he cared for other’s happiness. He fit right in to the weirdness of the family, a complement and partner in “fun” to my father who I thought was king of strange until he came along. He was a son, a father, a husband, a brother, and a friend. Many are hurting from his loss and I can’t believe he’s gone. I pray for God to heal the hurt and that we embrace how important it is to be a part of one another’s lives while we’re still here. My condolences on the huge loss. He is sorely missed.
Posted by Teresa Delaney on December 14, 2019
I'm so sorry for your loss. My prayers will be with you ..
his Life
Keith passed suddenly in a work related vehicle accident. He was a very kind and gentle man who loved his friends and family immensely. Keith always had a smile on his face and a joke on his lips. He loved life and just having fun. He was an avid Cowboys fan and loved spending time with all of his family. Keith never met a stranger. One of his favorite things was to go to garage/estate sales with his wife, and he never met a bargain he didn't like. He was a one of a kind man, and he touched everyone he met in one way or another. Keith and his wife were soul mates and now he's her guardian angel.

Until we meet again, fly high with the angels. 
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Shared by Jennifer Smith on December 21, 2019
We had a love like no other, it was the kind of love that everyone wishes they had. This has my whole world upside down, my heart will forever be broken, your my everything and more. I can't wait until I see you again, that will be one of the best days of my life other than becoming your wife. Ill love you for infinity and beyond my love! 

A friend you could always count on.

Shared by Aletha Ellis on December 14, 2019
Keith was a great friend, and a great father. I met him 1998. At that time he had 3 children, and for a while I could not tell those were his step kids. He treated them all as though they were his own. During our friendship we became parents in the same year,  him for the 1st time biologically and me the 4rth and my last ( my baby) in 2000 ( we all wanted millennials). I never saw a more doting daddy. He was so proud of his babygirl Morgan. Than came Riley and he was super proud of his baby boy and for thier to be some more testosterone in the house. We raised our kids together and had many family outings together. You could never tell the difference between his biological kids and step kids, he even went on to adopt Brianne. We faded out of touch due to unforeseen circumstances. But  When he finally was able to be really happy and in-love, he contacted me and told me all about his wonderful GF Jennifer who became his beautiful wife. He wanted me to meet her which I have yet to do. Jennifer I never saw him more happy than the pictures with you, ( not posed but genuinely happy). He raved about her beauty and  how inlove he was and how she made him so happy. He stated how he missed his children, but he was so so happy.  He is an amazing man, and I’m honored to have known him, Rest In Peace Keith Smith. An angel Taken way too soon. You will be missed 4/ ever. 

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Shared by Kimberly Smith on December 14, 2019
My wombmate, my twin, my protector and my best friend. The Twins. The Babies. We were inseparable for years.  Even in middle school; although, we each had our own friends we would still all hang out together. In high school we didn't always have the same lunch schedule. He would find my class and make faces at me through the window. We had our moments as all siblings do. Teenager fights.  Who gets to drive, who picks the TV show and the like. Oh the stories I could tell !!!  Life situations made distance between us but a few years ago we were able to reconnect.  I had my wombmate back! The best part of it he had found True Love, Miss Jen.   We have lost a great man. I lost my wombmate again. It hurts. Oh does it hurts!!!!! I know I am not the only one hurting. I pray for peace and some kind of comfort for us all.