Condolences for Thomas E. (Tommy) Smith

Gary “G.D.” Cole posted on 6/7/20

Tommy was obviously a talented athlete. A good man with a humble heart and a man of faithful character. We will see him again as he is in our future.



Susan Fowler posted on 6/7/20

Thanks for being such an outstanding role model, father, and uncle, We will cherish your memory and rejoice in all the joy, love and light you shared while you walked the Earth. We love you much and always.


Brenda White posted on 6/6/20

Tommy was one of the kindest and sweetest people we’ve ever met. He will truly be missed. Our condolences to the family and we pray for peace to you in this time as you mourn and celebrate Tommy’s life. All our live, Brenda and Brian Jr.


Carol Greene & Lucie posted on 6/6/20

I pray that your memories of Tommy be a comfort to you during this sad time. Just know that many thoughts and prayers are with all of you in your sorrow.



Carol Posey posted on 6/5/20

Your Dad was a wonderful person with family that was a Blessing to him. He will surely be missed. Our prayers are with all the loved ones he leaves for this brief period of time.


Corum and Anne Smith & Family posted on 6/5/20

Our hearts go out to you during this difficult time. Your family has lost a wonderful father, grandfather and great-grandfather, and we know how much he will be missed. He was a good man, devoted to his family, and I'm so sorry that he has been in such poor health recently. Tommy was my cousin but he was more like a brother to me. He and R.B. and I all grew up together and I have so many memories of our shared childhood, working side by side in the fields but also sharing in fun times as well, trips into town to see movies and other treats. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers and we hope that you can find some comfort in the hope that we will all see each other again one day. Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss.


Mark and Lori Ann Carver posted on 6/5/20

Our lives have been enriched since meeting Tommy. His gentle spirit and warm personality were a beacon of light. And no matter the time of day or how he was feeling he and Shirley always welcomed us into their home. His sense of humor was contagious. Once while visiting him and talking about his accomplishments at holding the record at Clemson University for the most rebounds in a single game, he remarked "You know Mark in 1957 we didn't make a lot of shots" "Some people come into our lives, Leave footprints on our hearts, And we are never the same."


Billy & Angie Smith posted on 6/5/20

Such a special man...always kind & caring, loving & selfless. If you really want to know how perfect & wonderful he was, just ask his sister Mary & his sister in law Grace! :) He was truly the best! Uncle Tommy ...You will be missed!! Love, Billy & Angie


Larry & Sandy Franks posted on 6/4/20

A man that was enjoyable to be around----always interested in the person he was talking with---gave of himself for all---a true problem solver in many different ways---Tommy will be missed greatly, but the Joy that Heaven is now celebrating a Son coming Home----Thank God for a true Christian and Friend in Tommy Smith---Larry & Sandy Franks