Let the memory of Robert C. be with us forever
  • 80 years old
  • Born on February 17, 1930 .
  • Passed away on November 13, 2010 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Robert C. Smith 80 years old , born on February 17, 1930 and passed away on November 13, 2010. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Kevin Colbert on 17th February 2016
Happy birthday Dad. I know you are celebrating playing your guitar for God and all his angels. Continue resting Pop and I love you.
Posted by Kevin Colbert on 13th November 2015
5 years doesn't seems that long but since you've been gone it's like an eternity. Dad I miss you more each and everyday.I miss your laughter, smile and especially the sayings you would say that always put a smile on everybody's face. Dad you are truly missed by everyone. Love your Son.
Posted by Krystle Triplett on 21st February 2013
Hello Daddy!! Oh how I miss you so much!! You are truly a jewel!! You loved me and my siblings so much!! I am forever thankful and grateful for you always being there for us!! I know that you look down on me daily and lead and guide me to make the best choices that I can. Thank you so much for everything that you have done. Continue to rest in paradise!! I Love You Dearly!! Krystle Rico!!
Posted by Lettrice Jordan-Smith on 19th February 2013
Sweetest Husband, We celebrated your 83rd birthday this past Sunday by letting go balloons. Jamon, Keonte and Bright-Eyes misses you so much. Remember how you used to tell her "don't sing your song - WAH! WAH!? LOL Kevin, JP, TaVonna, Sam & Krystle all had nice TRUE stories to say about their DAD. How i miss you.
Posted by Lettrice Jordan-Smith on 2nd July 2012
Man of God, Darling Husband & Father, You are one in a million. We had a fantastic marriage that ended too soon. I remember your love and care of your Family. You lived the life you preached about; you stayed strong in your Faith and walked closely with God. I carry your image in my mind, you voice in my ears and your love in my heart. Dear Husband, no one can ever take your place.

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