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George Stephen Smith

george smith

September 5, 1933 ~ January 3, 2023

Born in: Cornell, Wisconsin
Resided in: Schertz, Texas

George Stephen Smith was born in Cornell, Wisconsin September 5, 1933 to loving parents Howard Smith and Leona Agnes Reiff. He passed away to join his beloved wife of over forty years, Dianna Smith, January 3, 2023 at the age of 89. George joined the Army in 1956, was trained as a Medical Equipment Repairman, and stationed in San Antonio, TX. He was a very hardworking man, always doing his best to provide for his family. George was very driven and was known for his big heart. He owned livestock, including cattle and horses, and a Horse Stable business. He was always working on the business and tending to the ranch. You could often find George working on tractors and attempting to regain the last drop of juice from any kind of battery- which often worked!

George is preceded by both parents, his beloved wife of over forty years Dianna Smith, as well as his daughter Jeannie Callahan. Left to cherish his memory are his daughters Autumn Smith, Makayla Smith and Sherrie Stefano, sons Dale Smith, Todd Smith, Dean Smith, Thad Smith, Sam Arwood, Eric Arwood, Michael Callahan, and John Smith. He also leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. George leaves behind a life and legacy that will not soon be forgotten. His spirit will always be watching over his friends and family. He will be dearly missed by everyone that had the pleasure of knowing him

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  1. CandleImageDad,

    What can I say? I will truly miss you. I always wanted a Dad and you stepped into those shoes and not only cared for me but my brothers and sister. I know that you loved me in your own special way and I will keep that with me always. Knowing that you will go and be with Mom makes me feel good as I know she loved you with all of her heart. Thank you for taking care of all of us and keeping us safe. I pray that God keeps you in his loving arms.

  2. Dad,
    I don’t even know where to start. I miss you dearly. I have the urge every single day multiple times to pick up the phone and call you or go see you. I know every little girl says they had the best daddy ever but I can honestly say that I did and I was taught many life lessons by you that I will carry with me forever being strong is one of them and I’m trying right now but it’s definitely rough. I can definitely say you had some of the biggest hands that I have ever seen, rarely ever used for scolding, but use more so to hold and hug and love us. You were the most hard working and dedicated and kind hearted person I know. And I just hope I can be half the person you were. I can say I am truly blessed to be able to be your daughter and be adopted by you and mom I am glad that you were back with mom because I know you missed her dearly but we will definitely miss you here. It is like the country song give heaven some hell I’m sure you and mom will. My heart is broken and we will miss you forever. I love you Daddy I miss you so much

  3. May God bless your family with the peace and understanding that only He can give. We rejoice that you are iny our eternal home.

  4. CandleImageDad was the hardest working man I knew. We have good conversations specifically on politics and science . You can fix most things mechanically and everything electronically. You taught me most of what I know about electrical theory. And I loved when you were trying to tell a joke you thought was funny and was laughing too hard to reach the punchline. Wil miss you dad

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