Clint Smith Death, Obituary – It was on Tuesday, January 3, 2023, in the Village of Tansley Woods that he died away peacefully with his family at his side. He had reached the age of 65. Yolanda was never in a position where she needed to be concerned about her devoted husband, Clint, because he was there for her at all times. Because he was the devoted father of Tom, Emily (Jeff), and Adam, he held a unique and irreplaceable affection for each of his children (Alysha). Along with that, he took on the role of stepfather to Jennifer, Brandon, and Jason (Dawn). It caused him a great deal of delight to know that Layla, Alvah, Charlie, Maxwell, James, and Bennett could call him grandpa, and he felt a great deal of pride in the fact that he could call himself their grandpa.
In addition to being the beloved sibling of Chris (Ann), who was also his sister, he was also Carey’s brother and the son of Jack and Norma, who were his parents. It was in these good ol’ United States of America that he made his entrance into the world (Tracy). Not only did he love his own children deeply, but he also loved Yolanda very deeply, as well as the city itself and the territory that was located around it. Since Clint has passed away, each and every member of his extended family, in addition to the innumerable friends and coworkers he had in the fire department, will suffer tremendously from grief for his loss.
On the following day, Monday, January 9, 2023, there will be a visitation conducted at the Smith’s Funeral Home in Burlington between the hours of four o’clock in the afternoon and seven o’clock in the evening on that day. The funeral home that serves the community is located at 1167 Guelph Line, and it is the address of the building. At one o’clock in the afternoon on Tuesday, January 10, 2023, there will be a memorial service held at Smith’s Funeral Home for a person who has died away. This service will be held in memory of the deceased. There will be a celebration in memory of the departed there.
The memorial services that are going to be held in the cemetery will take place at Burlington Memorial Gardens, which is also the name of the place where the cemetery is located. Instead of sending flowers, the family of Clint has asked that donations be made to the Alzheimer’s Society in his name as a form of posthumous tribute. It is encouraged that you do so on their behalf as it would benefit them. The family will take your contributions with gratitude and will put them to good use.