OBITUARY

Tommy R. Smiley

February 17, 1936August 6, 2019

Tommy R. Smiley, 83, passed away on August 6th, 2019 at his residence in Palm Bay, Florida. He was the husband of Susan Smiley. They shared 11 years of marriage together.

Born in Childress, Texas he was the son of Roy Smiley and Florence Hargrove. He was employed at Harris Corporation as an electrical engineer for 33 years.  

He was an active member at Lifepoint Church of Palm Bay. He enjoyed playing the guitar, playing pool, and fishing. He will be remembered for his giving and kind personality. He was always sincere and caring.

He is survived by his wife, Susan Smiley; his sons, Gregory Smiley and Steven Smiley; grandchildren: Sarah Jewell, Scott Smiley, Paige Smiley, Nathan Smiley, and Samuel Smiley; and great grandchildren: Brayden Jewell and Andrew Jewell. He is predeceased by both of his parents, Roy and Florence; and his first wife, Dorothy whom passed away on July 25th, 2000.

The memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 10th, 2019 at 2:00 pm at Lifepoint Church of Palm Bay, 1420 Sportsman Lane NE, Palm Bay, Florida 32905 with interment at 4:00 pm at Fountainhead Memorial Park, 7303 Babcock Street SE, Palm Bay, Florida 32909.

Memorial donations in lieu of flowers may be made to the Missions Fund at Lifepoint Church of Palm Bay.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, August 10, 2019
  • Graveside Service Saturday, August 10, 2019

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Carol Procter

August 15, 2019

I met Tommy in person in the year 2000 when his first wife Dot was near the end of her life on earth. It was in her hospital room and I immediately noticed a caring, protective, humble and loving man in Tommy. My first impression of him was accurate. I was one of the women in Dot's Bible study class that had been praying for Tommy's salvation long before I met him. God answered our prayers. As a result, he remained in my life. I was present with Tommy and Susan when they were courting and married as part of the home group we shared. What a man and what a legacy he has left for all who knew him. I love Tommy and by faith have the hope of seeing him again in the presence of our Lord one day.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY