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Charles “Chuck” Smith

Chuck Smith

Charles Edward “Chuck” Smith, 83, passed away on June 12, 2018, in the Nix Medical Center, San Antonio. Chuck was born February 16, 1935 in Houston, to parents George Edward Smith and Dolorice Laura Norton Smith. He graduated from Aldine High School in 1952 and served 12 years in the Texas National Guard and Army Reserve. Chuck retired as a captain from the Houston Police Department after 22 years of service. He moved to Crockett and became an active member and past master of the Lothrop Masonic Lodge #21. Chuck loved music and playing the steel guitar. Also for 18 years, Chuck and Dot travel the country in their RV.

Chuck is survived by wife of 56 years, Dot Smith of Ingram; daughter, Laurie Solomon and husband, Mark of Lovelady; son, Bobby Smith and wife, Paige of Huntsville; grandchildren, Amanda Saldana and husband, Roger, Stephanie Solomon, Stephen Solomon, Aaron Smith and wife, Brittney, Ethan Smith and wife, Selena, Caleb Smith and Tori Bumpas, Zachary Alexander, Kendall Alexander; great-grandchildren, Max Smith, Caroline Smith, Charlee Smith, Ryker Smith, Wyatt Saldena; sisters-in-law, Ruth Kershner, Dolly Chamberlain, Barbara Chamberlain, Nella Smith; numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by father, George E. Smith; mother, Dolorice L. (Toby) Smith; brother, Thomas S. Smith; sister, Barbara J. Harris.

Funeral Services will be held for Charles Edward “Chuck” Smith at 10:00 a.m. Friday, June 15, 2018 at the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel. Family will receive friends for visitation Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Interment followed in the Guiceland Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 15829, Arlington, VA. 22215, American Kidney Fund or to the charity of your choice.  Online condolences may be at www.callawayallee.com

 

CALLAWAY-ALLEE FUNERAL HOME

 

4 Comments
  1. Dot,

    I was crushed to hear of Mr Smith’s passing. He was a wonderful man and I hope you know how much you and he mean to me. I do not know how to tell you how sorry I am for your loss. Chuck would always make me laugh and keep me “on my my toes.” I always looked forward to him updating me on his grandson’s exploits on the diamond with the Yankees. I know how proud he was of him and surely was of all of his children and grandchildren. I will truly miss him. Thank you for allowing me the privilege of being a small part of your lives. I wish you my sincerest prayers for comfort for you and your family during this most difficult time.

    With my sincerest condolences,
    Dr Glanton

  2. Chuck was quite a card. Chuck and Dot were my neighbors, friends from Church, and friends of my parents. Rest in Peace.

  3. In this sorrowful time, the Sunrise Baptist
    Church family extends to you and your
    family our heartfelt condolences. May
    our Lord comfort and bless you. If we
    can be of assistance, please contact us at
    830-893-8731. “Let us then approach
    the throne of grace with confidence, so
    that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.”
    Hebrew 4:16 (NIV)

  4. Dot-
    I just saw this post on Calloway Allee when I was looking for someone’s service time. I am so sorry to hear about Chuck. Believe or not, I was just thinking about you today! I am retiring and trying to clean out my office. I ran across a picture of Chuck! I have such fond memories of you two and I am so sad that I didn’t know in time to attend Chuck’s funeral. Please know that you are loved! May sweet memories sustain you!
    Love, Debbie Kelly

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