Metcalf Funeral Directors

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Clinton Smith

May 22, 1964October 25, 2019

Clinton Alton Smith, 55, of Spring Texas, passed away on October 25, 2019 in The Woodlands Texas.

Visitation will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at Metcalf Funeral Home in Conroe, Texas. With a Celebration of Life service at 3 p.m. at Metcalf Funeral Home with Jerry Don Smith, officiating. Burial will follow on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at Kirk Cemetery in Kirk Texas with a graveside prayer at 11 a.m.

Clinton Alton Smith was born in Waco, Texas to Curtis and Janice Smith on May 22, 1964. He is survived by his wife Ada Michelle Krenzke of Spring Texas. Clint and Ada have celebrated over 7 years together.

Clint was a traditional man that loved to spend time with family. Material things did not impress Clint; he was a simple man. Time with family and friends would be more valuable to Clint than worldly possessions. Clint loved sports and was an avid fan of all the Houston sports teams. He worked hard to take care of his family. Clint was a beloved son, a loving husband, a father who loved his children unconditionally, loved and cherished his family, and was a friend to everyone.

Clint is preceded in death by his Father Curtis C. Smith of Spring, Texas. Brother, Curtis Smith of Crosby, Texas.

Clint is survived by his Mother Janice L. Smith of Spring, Texas. Children: Dillon Smith of Cheyenne, Wyoming, Savannah Smith of Magnolia, Texas, Clinton John Smith of Magnolia, Texas. Grandchildren: Emma Smith of Spring, Texas, Kennedy Smith of Cheyenne, Wyoming, Oakley Smith Cheyenne, Wyoming. Siblings: Carl Smith, Darryl Smith, Karen Tipton, Kathleen Smith, Carol Bowie, Deborah Pierson, Rena Joost and brother in laws Eddie Tipton, Derik Bowie and sister in laws Tammie Hicks, Allison Furjanic, in addition, numerous nieces and nephews survive.

Pallbearers: Carl Smith, Darryl Smith, Eddie Tipton, Derik Bowie, Dillon Smith and James Smith.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared with the Smith family by clicking the "Add a Memory" tab.


  • Visitation Wednesday, October 30, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, October 30, 2019
  • Graveside Service Thursday, October 31, 2019


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Brenna McDaid

November 6, 2019

Clint was a wonderful man. Although I only met him one time, it was one amazing time.

I met Clint through his wife Ada, whom I used to work with. Ada told me so many stories about Clint and what a sweet, caring and kind man he was. I know that Clint loved Ada as much as one person could love another. Ada would tell me stories about how Clint would buy her flowers, and was an old-fashioned man. Clint was loving, sweet, smart and funny. Ada and I used to joke that I "needed a Clint in my life."

I will forever cherish the time I met Clint and spent time with him.

To Clint's family and especially Ada, words cannot express the condolences for the loss of a life as precious as Clint's. You are in my thoughts.

Ada, I love you and you know that I am always here for you whenever you need me. Love, your Brenna Baby Girl

Scott Patterson

November 3, 2019

Although I never got to know Clint very well, the few times I did get to meet him I really liked him. He seemed like a great guy and to hear my sister Ada (his wife) talk about him, I know it to be true. He will be missed.

My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.

If we live, we live for the Lord; and if we die, we die for the Lord. So, whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord. Romans 14:8

Kathyran and Raphael Carrasco

November 1, 2019

Mr. Clinton Smith was our son in law. His dedication and love for his wife Ada, family and friends was beautiful and unwavering. He will always remain a precious presence in our lives and will be greatly missed. May The Holy Father bring eternal rest and Bless you with His presence in Heaven for all eternity.

Ada Krenzke

November 1, 2019

I love and miss my Clinton so much.
Photo: Galveston, May 2019 Memorial day weekend

Carole and Doug Cole

October 29, 2019

Karen, our thoughts and prayers are with you, your mother, and his wife and children and all of the family. We are going to try to come tomorrow if the weather is not too bad, meaning the torrential rain that came today. Your are loved.
Carole and Doug