ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved husband, father and grandfather, Russell Smyth Sr., 85, born on June 16, 1930 and passed away on March 13, 2016. We will remember him forever.

Celebration of Life Memorial

The Smyth family invites you to join us in celebrating the life of Russ Smyth.

Saturday, May 14, 1016
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Orchard Creek Ballroom Lodge
965 Orchard Creek Lane
Lincoln, CA   95648

Please RSVP to Russell Smyth at (831) 588-4232 or russellsmyth@msn.com
 

Posted by William Smyth on April 21, 2016
We remember our trips, the cabin, throwing newspapers together on Sundays, the Santa Rosa home, Middletown home, the furniture store in San Leandro, camping, Carol, family and a lot of good memories. Life is short and Dad lived the time he had in it. Jill and I will miss the memorial as my fight with cancer goes on and I will be having treatments in Los Angeles. We will miss everyone but we will always miss DAD. 
Love Bill and my loving wife forever - Jill.

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Posted by William Smyth on April 21, 2016
We remember our trips, the cabin, throwing newspapers together on Sundays, the Santa Rosa home, Middletown home, the furniture store in San Leandro, camping, Carol, family and a lot of good memories. Life is short and Dad lived the time he had in it. Jill and I will miss the memorial as my fight with cancer goes on and I will be having treatments in Los Angeles. We will miss everyone but we will always miss DAD. 
Love Bill and my loving wife forever - Jill.
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The Big Trip and more

Shared by William Smyth on April 21, 2016

When I was in sixth grade DAD took Peggy, Susan, Russell, Mom and I on a wonderful trip across the United States.  He was wonderful to do that.  We visited Nevada, South Decota, Minnesota, Arizona and back home. 
I also remember my paper route in 7th grade and DAD would put the Sunday papers in the back of the Chevy station wagon and we would be off to deliver them.
We remember the wonderful visits to Santa Rosa and Middletown.   There are many bitter and angry people out there, DAD was not one of them.  He was a happy go lucky person, not wanting to get involved in drama and negitive people.   We can all learn from him.