Jonathan Lennon Smith
October 22, 1984 – April 3, 2018
Jonathan Lennon Smith was born in Charlotte, North Carolina on October 22, 1984 and passed away at the age of 33 on April 1, 2018.
Jonathan was a son, brother, nephew, cousin, and friend, but the title he loved the most was Daddy.
He leaves behind a beautiful daughter, Hannah, who he loved and treasured with all his heart and soul. Jonathan was kind, caring, and compassionate, and always put the needs of others above his own. His smile was contagious and he loved bringing joy to others.
Jonathan loved being in nature and you could often find him fishing, hiking, and camping. He spent time hiking the Appalachian Trail and he shared his love of nature with Hannah. Although he sometimes felt alone, in actuality, he was deeply loved and cared about by more people than he knew. The feelings and thoughts inside his head were overpowering and he succumbed to the mental illness that he bravely lived with for so many years.
We know he will continue to watch over Hannah as she grows and will always be her guardian angel. We take comfort in knowing that he is no longer in pain and that his beautiful mind is now at rest.
- Graveside Service Saturday, April 7, 2018
Jonathan Lennon Smith
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Doralene Altizer Bailey
May 30, 2018
It was much sadness when I learned of Jonathan's passing. I met Jonathan through my sons, Chris and Jon. He spent many nights in our home, when we lived in Charlotte. Hannah was his pride and joy. He will be sorely missed. My thoughts and prayers with his family and loved ones.
May 2, 2018
I can remember back in school me and Jonathan were best friends. it really hurts my heart that he was struggling. if i would have known the struggle i would have tried to help the best way i knew how. he will be missed and i know he is watching over all of us. fly high love... rest easy now
April 7, 2018
Rest In Peace
I just wanted to say wished their was a magic wand for the ones that struggle with a pain an thoughts that want go away.
Hope for your family and friends