ForeverMissed

Lonzel Smith was larger than life, so that we can celebrate his life is a mighty way:
Please the details of his memorial services
May 25, 2019 
Epworth Chapel United Methodist Church 
3317 St Lukes Lane, Baltimore, MD 21207
3 PM - 5 PM
Repass to follow 

May 26, 2019 
West River Retreat Center 
5100 Chalk Point Road 
West River, MD 20778 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM 
(Shuttles may be provided)


Posted by Tiffany Msafiri on February 25, 2021
Hey bro,
I miss you so much. There are really no words to describe the emptiness I feel with out your earthly presence. Please continue to watch over us. I love you!

Tiff
Posted by Maria Varela on May 3, 2019
You will be truly miss by us all , lonzel was funny guy family person heart of gold it will never be another lonzel like u forever in our heart big brother thank your for ur advice and for teach me how to drive for the first time yrs back
RIP brother , my condolences to the family you all are in my prayers ‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍

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Posted by Tiffany Msafiri on February 25, 2021
Hey bro,
I miss you so much. There are really no words to describe the emptiness I feel with out your earthly presence. Please continue to watch over us. I love you!

Tiff
Posted by Maria Varela on May 3, 2019
You will be truly miss by us all , lonzel was funny guy family person heart of gold it will never be another lonzel like u forever in our heart big brother thank your for ur advice and for teach me how to drive for the first time yrs back
RIP brother , my condolences to the family you all are in my prayers ‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍
his Life

Lonzel’s Life

Lonzel was the second child born to Betty Welch-Smith and Anderson Smith Jr. in Greenville, MS, they both proceeded him in death.  In 1980, he and his brother Anthony moved to the Maryland area to be raised by his dad and mom, Kay Albury. Lonzel is a graduate of The Baltimore Polytechnic Institute (1990) and The University of Maryland Eastern Shore (1996). 

Lonzel dedicates his life to the construction field. He was also an Intermediate Boxer. Lonzel was always kind, gentle and generous. 

In 1997, tragedy struck Lonzel, as he was being a Good Samaritan that led to him being shot and stabbed. Miraculously, he fully recovered. 

Some would say that it was after that experience he dedicated his life to full-time discipleship. He did not have a pulpit to preach from but as John Wesley would say, “the world was his parish.” 

Lonzel was a brother, son, and friend to so many people. 

He leaves to cherish his memories, his mother, Kay F. Albury. Brother, Jason Smith (Nicole), sister Alexis (Chris). Loving Uncle and Aunt who took care of him in his final days Rev. Eddie Smith (Cassandra), A special Cousin, Tiffany Davis;Mother and father in law, Mr. Roland & Mrs.  Elizabeth Blac, sister in law Joy Black, and a host of very close nieces, family, and friends too numerous to name. 


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