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Harold Smith

Harold Craig "Craig" Smith

Friday, October 2nd, 1953 - Monday, April 20th, 2020
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Obituary

Reverend Harold Craig Smith, age 66, of Heathsville Virginia, was welcomed into the kingdom of Heaven surrounded by his wife and children on Sunday, April 19, 2020, after a lengthy illness.

He will forever be lovingly remembered by his wife Janet and his children Dane (Kelly) Smith, Jessica (Thomas) Frere, Emma Smith, Martin Smith, and step-daughter Shannon Roeschlein; his three grandchildren Silas Smith, Samuel Smith, and Katherine Frere; his siblings Pam Smith, Tim (Lisa) Smith, Gay (Jimmy) Quinn, Melonee Merann (Stephen), Jason Smith, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents Lloyd and Charlotte Smith, his sister Darlene Carrera, his brother David Smith, and his step-son Bradley Rhodes.

A private burial will be held at Morattico Baptist Church on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, where Craig served as pastor for 21 years. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Morattico Baptist Church, P. O. Box 228, Kilmarnock Virginia 22482, Hospice of Virginia, 1328 Tappahannock Blvd #9309, Tappahannock, Virginia 22560, or Chesapeake Academy, P.O. Box 8, Irvington Virginia 22480.
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    Location
    Morattico Baptist Church Cemetery
    Address
    924 Morattico Church Road
    Kilmarnock, Virginia 22482
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GWYNN R LITCHFIELD and DAVE

Posted at 10:17am
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Paula Reynolds

Posted at 09:02pm
Janet and family, you all are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time. Craig will truly be missed by all who were blessed to know him and call him friend. Ricky and I will remember his patience and wisdom in assisting Fred with the golf team from Lancaster High. He was tough with the boys when they needed it and shared in their joy and frustration in their wins and losses. His faith, his strength and his love for his family and his church family will always be remembered. Keep your sweet memories close to your heart and he'll be with you always.
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Diana K. Lewis

Posted at 10:56am
Wow! We have lost a sweet person and Heaven has gained a blessing. I have know Craig for over 20 years. I helped vote him in at Morattico years ago. He has always been one of the sweetest people. After I moved from there in 2001, I was still able to run into him as we both worked for the community services board. Despite his health issues, he always managed to care for others. He was always able to offer an encouraging word and if he said he would pray for you, you could count on it. He has always been close to the Lewis family. He performed funerals for my mother in law, father in law and assisted with my husband's. To his amazing family, I pray the Lord brings you comfort and peace during this difficult time. I pray you always have fond memories and remember that he loved you dearly. He talked about you all the time.
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Michelle Giese

Posted at 09:15pm
Our deepest sympathy to the family. As the days continue to pass, I pray you find comfort and support in those that surround you and the wonderful memories you will always carry with you.
God Bless- Craig, Michelle and Madison Giese
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Frank L Crosby

Posted at 06:15pm
From junior high school through high school Craig became one of my closest friends and actually pastured me in June of 1970 when word was received that my next door neighbor had been killed in the Vietnam War conflict.
Craig's wonderful family always warmly welcomed me each time I visited, usually with his dad, Buck, offering me a ice cold RC soda pop.
Unfortunately, we drifted away from each other during our late college years yet we occasionally did exchange greetings.
Craig was our star All-State quarterback for our football team along with being a sharpshooting guard in basketball (scoring 36 points in his final varsity game) along with the best pitcher in baseball. During his junior year he also ran track, specializing in the hurdle events.
I shall forever have the best possible memories of him which I truly am very grateful for.
 
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Frank L Crosby Posted at 06:17pm

Pastored. Spellcheck is a despicable curse!
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