|Birth: ||Sep. 28, 1919|
|Death: ||Aug. 31, 1999|
Curtis was the son of Armon Hezekiah Smith and Rosa Lea Ogden. He graduated from Spearsville High School in Spearsville, Union Parish, Louisiana. Curtis joined the National Guard while attending Arkansas A&M, and he went into active duty when the United States became involved in World War II.
In 1941, Curtis entered the Army. He trained at Fort Bliss, Texas and Fort Chaffee, Arkansas. Curtis was in the 206th Anti-Aircraft, 4th Division, 22nd Infantry. He served in the Aleutians and Germany. Curtis seved under General George Patton. Curtis was awarded the GC Medal, ETO Ribbon, 6 Overseas Bars, APO Medal and AP Medal. In 1945, he was discharged.
On 3 September 1950, Curtis Armon Smith and Isabel Mary "Delly" Dias were married in Thibodaux, Louisiana. There were no children born of this marriage. Curtis and Delly lived in Shriever, Louisiana. Curtis was a Head Roustabout Pusher for Texaco. His brother Loy had the same job, but Loy worked a different shift.
Armon Hezekiah Smith (1887 - 1933)
Rosa Lea Ogden Smith (1892 - 1929)
Harmon Loy Smith (1909 - 1985)*
Marie Smith Futch (1912 - 2000)*
Curtis Armon Smith (1919 - 1999)
Olive Larue Smith LeBlanc (1923 - 2000)*
Note: Age 79
Saint Bridget Church Cemetery
Maintained by: Susan R. Cole
Originally Created by: T.V.F.T.H.
Record added: Jul 13, 2010
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