ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ronnie Smith, 38 years old, born on January 6, 1978, and passed away on April 13, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Ronni Smith on April 25, 2016
I love and miss you so much daddy!!
Posted by Heather Sherman on April 17, 2016
you was a good friend and person you will be missed
Posted by Lindsey Kelley on April 17, 2016
I wish i had a time machine just to tell you how much you meant to me. You are the best friend i have ever had. I miss you more each day. You should be here to see that you did good in the lives of everyone you knew. My life wouldnt be the same without you. I love you.
Posted by Samantha Smith on April 16, 2016
Last night I was looking at the window on the way back home and I started praying asking the lord to let you know I love you and you will be missed and I needed the prayer with amen well matt looks over and says " Sam" I'm thinking he heard me pray so I'm like " what" he said " everything in front of me went black and something told me to tell you " daddy loves you" I knew you were with me last night I miss you so much and won't ever forget you ! I will be back Friday to visit you ! Please help me stay strong. Love always your daughter Samantha
Posted by Ronni Smith on April 16, 2016
I love you so much dad my Lil man Isaac Jake has hair on his back just like yu ;-)
Posted by heather thomas on April 14, 2016
Only positive things please for this will be left for his children and grand children

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Posted by Ronni Smith on April 25, 2016
I love and miss you so much daddy!!
Posted by Heather Sherman on April 17, 2016
you was a good friend and person you will be missed
Posted by Lindsey Kelley on April 17, 2016
I wish i had a time machine just to tell you how much you meant to me. You are the best friend i have ever had. I miss you more each day. You should be here to see that you did good in the lives of everyone you knew. My life wouldnt be the same without you. I love you.
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