Thomas Michael Smith

October 31, 1966December 3, 2012
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GRAND PRAIRIE -- Thomas Michael Smith, 46, passed away suddenly Monday, Dec. 3, 2012. Tom was a loving husband, father and friend; he will be greatly missed. Service: 10 a.m. Friday at Shepherd of Life Lutheran Church, 715 E. Lamar St., Arlington. Graveside to follow immediately in Moore Memorial Gardens. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Moore Funeral Home. Tom was born in Grand Prairie on Oct. 31, 1966. He married the love of his life, Julie Bozeman, on Feb. 8, 1997, and they later had two wonderful boys. He graduated from UTA with a BBA on May 20, 1989. Tom was employed by Microsoft for over 20 years as a global critical situations manager. He was an active member in his church and loved to travel with his family. Tom was preceded in death by his father, Donald F. Smith. Survivors: He is survived by his loving wife, Julie; his sons, Matthew and Zachary; mother, Ida Mae Smith; sisters, Pam and Elizabeth Smith; and his brothers, Roger and John Smith.


  • Visitation Thursday, December 6, 2012
  • Funeral service Friday, December 7, 2012

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Doug Carlton

June 4, 2013

I'm so sorry for you loss, Tom and I spent our high school years together. He was the best friend anyone could have. I can't say enough kind words about him.

Joy Cassie-Leach

May 28, 2013

I did not get to meet Tom but his Mom always spoke so highly of him. RIP God Bless, and deepest sympathy to families, and friends.

Kelsey Flower

December 11, 2012

RIP, Tom. Your smile is imprinted in our hearts forever.

Leeayn Byrd

December 10, 2012

Tom always had a kind word, a beautiful smile and friendly greeting to everyone.
He was a true man of God that loved his family with all his heart and soul.
Heaven got a little brighter.
We will miss you my friend, until we meet again.

Jinny George

December 10, 2012

Tom you were an inspiration and always had a smile in the face of adversity. I hope to meet you again in the bliss of afterlife. We are all coming soon ...

John Ramirez

December 8, 2012

We will miss Tom dearly. I learned a great deal from him in both work and how to live. He sheltered many around him from pitfalls and made things okay. In my time knowing him, I learned that his biggest passion was his family. Thank you to God and his family - I'm glad I knew him and am thankful for the things he taught me.

Kurt Davidson

December 7, 2012

God puts very few on earth like Tom. Both the consummate professional and a very genuine and caring man. He will be sorely missed.

Kim Williams

December 7, 2012

Tom, you brought much happiness to those around you. You approached life with a witty optimism and a great chuckle. I enjoyed our conversations and look forward to meeting again. Godspeed my Friend.

Shelley Smith-Wilkins

December 6, 2012

Aunt Julie, our prayers are with you and the boys, my cousins. I know that Zachary and Matthew will continue to be strong for you. We are here even if you do not need anything. Uncle Tom"Smurf" Will be greatly missed!!! We love yall!!!!

Shelley Smith

December 6, 2012

Uncle Tom "Smurf" You will be missed dearly. You touched so many people during your journey. Jeremy and I will check on Aunt Julie and the boys, but as I know they are a part of you which makes and keeps them strong. You will be MISSED!!! Aunt Julie, please call even if you do not need anything.