William SmithResided in Stonington, MIDied May 9, 2009 William A. Share this:FacebookMoreTwitterPrintEmail
Randy and Margaret,
I was so sorry to hear of Randy’s dad’s passing. I have fond memories of seeing him at the motel while we all worked on Randy’s boat during those summers long ago. I know how hard it is to see one’s parents become less able to do things, but I can only imagine how difficult it would be to lose them. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Bob and Lauri DeCamp
I was so sorry to read about “Grandpa” passing. You were all so lucky to have had him in your lives for such a long time–he was such a sweet and gentle man. It was my intention to attend the services on my lunch hour today, but unfortunately I was unable to get away in time to get to Gladstone for the visitation. I would have loved to have been able to see “Sport” & Heather (and maybe even those grandbabies?).
My condolences to Bill & Jackie and your entire family.
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Although too young to have really known Whitey, I don’t ever recall hearing an unkind word about the man. Life is too short. Love, Lisa
My Deepest Sympathy to the Smith Family.
Mrs. Rene Maskart
You will always be in my heart.
De Pere, WI
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers and blessings are with you all. 🙂
Whitey was a wonderful man who was always smiling and had huge heart for others. He had a gentle soul and had a genuine concern for others.
It was a pleasure and blessing knowing him.
We will miss him dearly although we know he is in
a better place now. HIs memory will live on with us in our hearts and through his family.
Love and prayers to the entire family
Steve & Cindy Chiodini and family
To all of Whitey’s family: I am very sorry for your loss of a loved one that cannot be replaced, he was a spitfire and a personality to be adored and unable to be mimicked. As I have never met Norma yet smile with Edie as he is in company unparalleled, I am overjoyed in his triumph. GOD bless!
De Pere, WI
I will always remember Whitey and the rest of the crew at Northwoods. Just the other day I dug out a baby blanket that he had made for me while preg. for my first child. Now I’m expecting in July for my second and it will again be put to good use. I am so glad to have met and taken care of Whitey while a nurse for Northwoods. He always kept me on my toes that’s for sure.
Bill & Family-
So sorry to hear about dear Whitey. He was a very nice man and a joy to be around. He brought a smile to everyones face, and he made me look forward to coming to work. Although he didnt remember me very well the last time I visited him at Pinecrest, I will always remember him. He will be sadly missed by everyone. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Karli Carpenter (formerly of Northwoods Assisted Living)