Brian Clement Smith

23 noviembre , 193728 mayo , 2021

Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, teacher and coach

Brian Clement Smith born in Astoria, NY on November 23, 1937 was taken to heaven by our Lord and Savior on May 28, 2021.

Brian is survived by his devoted wife, Linda, who stood by his side throughout 58 years of marriage; always as his number one fan. He leaves his four adoring children, Dara (Drohan) and her husband Billy, Brian Quinn and his wife Denise, Kira (Gluckman) and her husband Nick, Terry and his wife Maite.

He will watch over thirteen of the luckiest grandchildren to have had their Papa in their lives as long as they did; but certainly not long enough. Quinn, Bryn, Kylie, Shane, Braden, Cade, Bryce, Megan, Erin, Shaye, Lauryn, Camryn and Brian Trey will always have an angel looking over them throughout their lives.

A teacher and coach to thousands. A quiet mentor. When he spoke, he was listened to. Brian affected the lives of so many – leading them with his passion for winning, belief in family and love of Jesus.

A devoted Catholic, Brian was involved with his parish, St. Anastasia, as a volunteer, and member of the Knights of Columbus. He was a Veteran of the US Army Reserves for six years. A Funeral Mass of the Catholic Church will be held at St. Anastasia on Saturday, June 26, 2021 at 10:00 am.

St. Anastasia Catholic Church 407 S. 33rd Street Ft. Pierce, FL 34947 A reception will follow.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Brian Smith to Right to Life or St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital b&frequency_selected=1&ds_rl=1285465&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI69SavPb28AIVEhvnCh0EugC2EA AYASAAEgIDT_D_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds


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Frank Muscatello

17 julio , 2021

My Deepest Sympathy to Mrs. Smith, Brian, Dara, Kira, TD and the entire Smith clan.

Coach Smith was great teacher, a smart, innovative Football Coach and a better Man. And, he was also one tough hombre, but in the best possible way. If you could handle it, he got you to levels of performance that you never thought possible. He loved the Muscatello boys (myself and younger brother Bill aka "Chick") and next to our Pops was the most influential man in our early lives. One of his best lessons, which I still hear in his distinct NYC accent, was "Musky, never quit at anything in life. The first time is hard, but it gets easier from there forward and that is not a good way to live your life". Rest in Peace Coach Smith. You made a positive difference on so many. Much love and prayers to you all. Frank Muscatello, Catholic Central, 1976 Captain and MVP

Bo Connor

2 junio , 2021

Brian had a positive impact on so many lives during his life, and will indirectly have an impact on many more through his kids and grandkids. Sending lots of love and prayers to the entire Smith family from Oklahoma.

Thomas Williams

29 mayo , 2021

I am sorry for your loss and apologize for the question but is Mr.Smith a past football coach in Binghamton, NY?