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Smith, John H.

Smith, John H.

October 22, 1949 — January 3, 2021

John Harrison Smith, 71, passed away January 3, 2021. John was born October 22, 1949 in Kansas City, KS to Harry and Rose Mary Smith. He was preceded in death by his parents and sister Marie. Survivors include son Corey Shenefield; son James Helm; daughter Connie Smith; daughter Jamie Smith; daughter Kandi Pace; brothers: Edward Cosgrove, Charlie Cosgrove, Mark Cosgrove and Raymond Leiker; grandchildren: Devin Michael Smith, Grasen Swaim, Tristen Swaim, Alexis Helm, James Helm Jr., Tylor Redman, Veronica Sullivan, Isiah Morris, Tierah Helm, Amy Helm, Michael Helm, Andrew Helm and Quinten Feuerborn; great grand babies: Marley Diane Smith, Xavier Fraire, Sophia, Fraire and Payson Redman. Private family services with burial in Green Lawn Cemetery.

 

 

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Private family services with burial in Green Lawn Cemetery.

Smith, John H.'s Guestbook

This message goes out to John's children. Your dad was always kind to me & my children. Some of you don't know me. Connie & Kandi do. All of you are your father's Legacy. Life is so fast & furious. Today could be all that we have. Just keep living your best as I have seen two of you do. Make your dad proud of you. Until you can hold him in your arms again just hold him in your heart and know you are in my prayers. May God Bless Each of You. XOX

Elisa Breitenbach

Dad, "Yes I understand that every life must end as we sit alone I know someday we must go. Stay with me lets just breathe. Everything you gave nothing you would take. Love you till I die, meet you on the other side." //our song // Pearl Jam // feat. W.N. and L.N.

Connie Smith

Dearest John, A wise man once wrote," If we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that we were made for another world." C.S. Lewis May you find that log cabin in the sky.. Rest in peace... Your former wife and companion..

Trudy Renee` Smith

I'm really sorry that you had to endure so much pain. My heart aches along with my sister Connie, and I'm sorry that I didn't get to see you or attend your funeral. I will always remember the GOOD times we had. When you would play tent while watching T.V., Dressing up each year for Halloween, and being chased by you around the house with slime (pretending you had sneezed a bunch of snot). LOL. I pray you're in Heaven and that I will get to see you there one day. With ALL MY LOVE, Kandi

Kand Pace

You will be deeply missed. Thank you for being in our lives. We love you and will deeply again miss you dearly

Tim @ Tammy Colliver

John you will be missed in more ways than anybody knows thanks for being my friend much love and respect brother

Gina Holmes

Beloved Brother your laughter and love will be missed most of all.

Ray & Suzanne Leiker

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