Tom Smith was an avid fishermen. Even knee surgery couldn’t keep him from grabbing his fishing poles and heading out to the lake for a day of angling. He is shown here, last year, in front of his home in Texas heading out to fish.
In Memory of Tom Smith
Thomas Alfred Smith, age 80, of Celina, Texas, and Hatch, Utah, passed away September
26, 2022. Tom and Marcie Smith are founding members of Duck Creek Community Church and spent many hours helping to build Duck Creek Community Church, working with Founding Pastor Steve Altig and his wife Bonnie on the massive project of designing and
constructing our little church in the meadow. Tom made the beautiful log chairs in the DCCC foyer and sanctuary. He helped to start the DCCC Fly Fishing Club and was a member of the DCCC Old Geezers Guitar Club, led by Bob Diaz, that played at Sunday services
now and then. He and Marcie spent summers in Utah and attended DCCC in the warmer months but had to leave in September this year and head back to Texas to be with family when Tom suddenly experienced health issues.
Thomas was born October 20,
1941, in Tulare, California, to Warren G. and Donna Mae (Pierce) Smith. He married Margaret Lamar Duke on April 7, 1958, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Thomas was an operating engineer in the construction industry.
He is survived by his
wife, Margaret Smith of Celina, Texas; daughter, Suzi Monzingo and husband, Mike, also of Celina; son, Ken Smith and wife, Lindy of Trego, Montana; grandchildren, Jennifer Vann and husband, Charles, Ashley Smith, Brian Monzingo and wife, Sara, Tori Smith,
and Savannah Smith; great-grandchildren, Kayleigh Vann, Annabeth Monzingo, and Kairo Smith; and sisters, Sandy Utterback and husband, Joe and Debra Dahl and husband, Jeff.
A funeral service was held at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, September 28, 2022,
at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, 109 S. Oklahoma St., Celina, Texas, 75009. Interment followed at Cottage Hill Cemetery in Celina, Texas.
18.07 | 23:18
Thank you, Sharon! See you soon!
18.07 | 22:38
I will bring a crab salad for the picnic
01.06 | 23:26
Pastor Baden’s Memorial Day sermon was one of the best sermons I’ve heard in my entire life! Wish I was there to hear it. I hope those who were there appreciate his message. God Bless Pastor Baden.
27.02 | 14:13
Hi Chris: Church doors are open and we are holding in-person services every Sunday 11-noon with Fellowship following services. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Bonnie Altig's book on building DCCC with husband Steve and other church friends is in our church foyer. Hoping visitors learn about the miracle of this church and the Altigs' gifts to us.
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