Johnnie Smith

Nació marzo 10, 1962

Johnnie Floyd Smith, II was born on March 10th, 1962 on a snowy day in Dallas, Texas to Floyd and Catherine Smith. He spent over 30 years working in the film industry in Dallas. He was the best “Best Boy” Dallas ever had. Johnnie was a gentle giant with a golden heart filled with love and light and respected by his many friends and co-workers. When someone met Johnnie, they always wanted to get to know him better. He was an amazing husband who let his wife know she was adored every day. He was a loving son, an admirable brother and an uncle that never grew tired of playing. He was a man of faith, who spread love, joy and compassion to all who crossed his path. On January 9th 2011 while playing in the snow God called him home to walk with Him. He is survived by his wife Patricia Smith, his mother Catherine Smith, his sister Cindy Cain and husband Roy, mother-in-law Lois McCormick, sister-in-law and best friend Pamela McCormick, brother-in-law Paul McCormick, nephews Ted, Alec and Aiden McCormick, nieces Ashley and Lauren Cain. The family will receive friends from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Friday January 14th, 2011 at Sparkman/Hillcrest Funeral Home. Funeral services to celebrate his life will be held at 12:00 p.m. Saturday January 15th, 2011 at Sparkman/Hillcrest chapel. Burial will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers the family asks donations to be made to Country Bible Church (401 N. Shannon St. Kaufman, TX 75142) with memo “Johnnie F. Smith Fund. Arrangements under the direction of Sparkman/Hillcrest Funeral Home, Dallas, TX.


  • Visitation viernes, 14 de enero, 2011
  • Funeral Service sábado, 15 de enero, 2011

Johnnie Smith




Mike & Cassie Tomassetti

17 enero, 2011 08:20:31

Trish Cindy and Catherine, our hearts go out to all of you in this sad time. Johnnie was truly a gental giant, so honest and genuine in every aspect of his life. He gave so much of himself in so many ways, it's impossible to capture his spirit in just a few words, we just feel so honored to have known him & even more so to be able to call him friend.

Barbara Otteson

16 enero, 2011 23:22:49

So sorry for you loss. I am praying for you as I know what you are going through, having been there. You will have good and bad times. You will always remember the good and the bad will pass with God's grace and love. He will get you through.

16 enero, 2011 23:08:47

Tricia, I will be keeping you in my prayers. I had never meet Johnnie, cut he must have been a wonderful person. I haven't know you all that long, but learned to love you what time I have know you. I know what you are going through, having been there myself and I will certainly be praying for you and the family in your loss.

Jeff Milburn

15 enero, 2011 12:20:21

What a good guy, never seemed to be in a bad mood, what else could you ask for?

Mark Bigley

15 enero, 2011 11:33:03

My heart goes out to Patricia and all Family and all Friends... What an incredible Man and what incredible memories, and what a great warm and comforting smile that will be truely missed. All was going to be good on any job Jonnie worked... Miss ya.

Karen Smith

15 enero, 2011 07:17:32

Johnny never failed to speak kind words. He never failed to give a hug. He never failed to say thank you. He was one of the kindest men I have ever known. He will be missed. God Bless.

Jerry Patin

15 enero, 2011 00:56:31

Johnnie enlightened every set he ever stepped on from his hard working ethic to his humorous ways. I always looked forward to working with him, he could always make you smile. It's been a pleasure to have known him and call him a true friend he will be greatly missed, but never forgotten.

Jerry Patin

14 enero, 2011 23:40:07

Patricia I must say, I have never meet a more wonderful and upbeat person than Johnnie. He was a true gentleman, always made me laugh and smile. I always looked forward to working with him. He truly adored and loved you and his family. It is a true honor to call Johnnie my friend he will be greatly missed, but never forgotten.

Don Broughton

14 enero, 2011 19:03:59

My deepest sympathy goes out to Trish and all of Johnny's Family, of which I considered myself. Johnny and I first met in 1980, when he was just a young man but there was always a sparkle in his eyes.
He truly was a "Gentle Giant" and I will miss his hugs, laugh and kind words.
He was a stalwart in the Dallas Film commonuty and he leaves a void that nobody will ever fill.

Stephen Ritchey

14 enero, 2011 17:21:02

"Let us be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom."
- Marcel Proust -
What a privelege it has been to know Johnnie Smith. Let us all learn from his example and honor his memory in each day to come.