Frederick C. Smith
July 9, 1921 – August 7, 2019
Frederick Clinton Smith of Chichester, NH passed away on August 7, 2019. He was born in Somerville, MA on July 9,1921. He was the son of the late Clinton Eubert Smith and Carrie Josephine Monroe Smith of Somerville, MA, and brother of the late Marjorie J. Patterson of Hanover, MA.
He was married to the late Miriam Chandler Smith for 59 years and is survived by his sons, Frederick C. Smith Jr. (Clint) and his wife Cheryl of Yakima, WA, his son Stephen C. and his wife Ruth of Chichester, NH seven grandchildren and four great grandsons, who were always in his daily prayers, Stephanie, Timothy, Jason, Lisa, Jesse, Caleb, Seth and Jude, Troy, the late Ty Joshua, and Finn.
He is survived by his second wife of 12 years Freida Smith and her three daughters, Margaret Thibeault and her husband Matthew of Manchester NH, Heidi Taranovich of Concord, NH, and Christi Wescott and her husband Sean of Manchester, NH and Freida’s grandchildren Chelsea, Mckenzie, Danielle, and John.
With his family he lived in Chichester, NH, Belmont, NH, Plymouth, MA, Hingham, MA and Wollaston, MA. He graduated from North Quincy High School in 1941 and entered the Army of the United States and served during World War II from August 1942 - December 1945. Later, he received a B.A. and a Master of Management degree form Northeastern University.
He worked for the Estate of Frederick Ayer, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, treasurer of Park Street Church in Boston, MA, started his own accounting and tax office as a registered public account in Hingham, Ma. He worked for Coulter Systems and later became a financial consultant.
He attended and was a member of Park Street Church in Boston, MA, South Shore Baptist Church in Hingham, MA, Duxbury Baptist Church in MA, Plymouth Rock Bible Church in MA, Trinity Baptist Church in Concord, NH and Granite State Baptist Church in Concord, NH.
- Private Burial Saturday, August 10, 2019
- Celebration of Life Saturday, August 10, 2019
Frederick C. Smith
August 10, 2019
Dear Ruth, Steve and family,
We are saddened to hear of the loss of your dear father, Steve. We visited with him many times over the years and always enjoyed him. He was a great man. We are sorry we were unable to come to his service due to ill health of our own.
Our prayers are with you - may it comfort you to know he is now with our Lord and Savior.
Elden and Mary Seeley