|Birth: ||Dec. 20, 1942|
|Death: ||Aug. 31, 1979|
Smitty was the best husband, to me and the best father, that I could of ever wanted. We were married 16 years and one month when he died. He was my best friend, my only "Love" and I truly miss him.
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I prayed to change the course of fate without you near how could I see. For sixteen years you'd been my mate you were the light that shone for me. From mortal bonds you had to flee, you crossed into the great divide, to journey to eternity and so the candle slowly died. For God would not cooperate however urgent was my plea. But how I wished I could dictate and force God to agree to grant extended clemency. He called your name you could not hide, I could not quash His last decree and so the candle slowly died. I could not lock the gaping gate for only God possessed the key His mind, not open to debate knew when twas time to set you free. These things I knew so mournfully but longed to keep you by my side. The trumpet played your eulegy and so the candle slowly died. Oh Love, I loathe finality to change the plan oh how I tried. But that was never meant to be and so the candle slowly died.
There will not be a moment, I will not think of you. Our special time together, The loving things you would do. Memories so special when you were by my side. Now tucked away inside my heart, Forever to abide. And someday up in heaven, again your face I'll see. When we meet upon the golden shore. When the best is yet to be.
Clyde Vernon Smith (1922 - 1987)
Mary Jane Davis Smith (1922 - 1991)
Staci Lee Smith Misner (1964 - 1997)*
Edith Smith McLear (1938 - 2000)*
Lee Roy Smith (1942 - 1979)
Holyrood Catholic Cemetery
Plot: Section S, Lot 3408, Site 1
Created by: Sharon Gallagher Smith
Record added: Mar 10, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 49538345