Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home & Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park
5725 Colleyville Blvd, Colleyville, TX
Mr. Herman Leroy Smith
July 27, 1941 – February 12, 2020
Herman (Roy) Leroy Smith of Colleyville, Texas, passed away on February 12th, 2020. He will forever be remembered as a loving husband, father, brother and friend to all who knew and loved him. He was born in Texas on July 27, 1941 to Ruby and Herman Smith. He was married to his loving wife Fairie Smith for 33 years. Herman retired from Texas Instruments after over 40 years of employment. He was very artistic and enjoyed painting, writing and music. He also enjoyed camping and fishing throughout his life.
Herman is survived by his daughter, Lori Polnac of Euless Texas, Christopher Smith and wife Marni of Mabank Texas; stepdaughter, Sharon Robinette of Euless Texas; sister, Lynn Tipton of Carswell, NM, Brian Harris of Georgetown, Texas; grandchildren, Jessie Smith, Kayla Polnac, Kylie Berg, Kaleb Miller, Maddie Robinette, Matthew Robinette, Danielle Harris of Georgetown, Texas and Brian Harris, Jr. of Dallas, Texas. 3 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his loving wife Fairie V. Smith, parents Ruby and Herman Smith and stepdaughter Cathy Harris. The visitation will held from 3-7 p.m. Sunday, February 16, 2020 at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home. Funeral service will be held at Journey Church in Colleyville, Texas Monday, February 17, 2020 at 1 p.m. with interment to follow at Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park.
If you wish to send floral condolences in honor of Herman Smith, they may be sent to Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home, (817) 498-5894
- Visitation Sunday, February 16, 2020
- Funeral Service Monday, February 17, 2020
- Committal Service Monday, February 17, 2020
Mr. Herman Leroy Smith
February 15, 2020
Roy was such a sweet man, he was my brother-in-law. My husband, Clint was his wife, Fairies brother... we shared a lot of memories with our talks, and text the last 6 plus years after Fairie and Clint passed within 2 months of each other in 2013. Roy just wanted to be with his beloved Fairie and now he is. What a reunion in heaven that was, I’m sure of it !! There to witness it was his daughter Cathy, his Brother-in-law Clint snd his sister-in -law DonnaAnn... they all loved him dearly... RIP sweet Roy, I know you are happier than you have been in 6 years. ❤️U Janice
February 15, 2020
Roy was truly one of the finest men I ever knew compared to my dad, Truitt which was no surprise that they were good friends when my dad was living. Fairie and my mom, Merle were also good and close friends during Fairie’s life here in Colleyville, meeting at the church that is now known as Journey Church. Dad and Mom, Roy and Fairie were good, good friends for over 40 years. Therefore, it was no surprise that when Truitt and Fairie went on to their heavenly rewards both Roy and Merle remained friends, lending spiritual and emotional support in their respective losses as well as encouragement based on the love of Jesus Christ they had shared for decades. Roy and Fairie were such a concerned friends after Truitt’s passing but even more so after Fairie passed that Roy was concerned for Mom’s deep loss of both her true love but her very good friend, Fairie. They shared many hours in phone conversation, sharing and reminiscing about their departed spouses. Soon they talked daily by phone about all facets of their life including their emotional, mental, spiritual and physical health even including reminders to take their prescribed medications as their own age progressed over the years. I’m not exactly sure when I began talking and texting with Roy regularly but I know it was through Mom’s concern for Roy’s health and his reciprocal concern for Mom. I enjoyed talking with him as he knew something about everything from music, art, travel, politics, technology, gardening, cooking, pets, finance, family relationships as well as the Bible. He reminded me of Dad. Roy was one well read and informed man who was logical, reasonable, understanding and empathetic with his different friends and family. I also know he loved each of his friends and family deeply and prayed for them often. He was a model friend, brother, dad, grandfather and uncle. His presence here on this earth will be greatly missed by everyone blessed to have known him. Godspeed Roy.