Thomas B. Smith
November 13, 1947 – June 25, 2019
Thomas B. Smith, age 71, of Ross Township, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, June 25, 2019, surrounded by his loving family. Devoted husband of 50 years to Lorraine M. (Plucinski) Smith; loving father of Ian M. (Kathy) Smith and Rachel K. (Joe) Naill, all of Ross Township. Proud grandpa of Samantha and Sydney Smith, and Jason and Ryan Naill. Brother of James B. (Grace) Smith, III of La Jolla, CA.
Tom was a proud graduate of University of Pittsburgh where he received his bachelor's degree and MBA, and was a four-year letterman on the Pitt Baseball Team. He served his country honorably in the US Army, receiving both the National Defense Service Medal and the Army Commendation Medal. After a long career at Pittsburgh National Bank, he and his wife established Smith Valuation Service, a business appraisal firm.
In accordance with Tom's wishes, there will be no visitation. Services will be held within the privacy of the family. Memorials in Tom's memory are suggested to the American Diabetes Association (donations.diabetes.org/donate-for-ADA). Condolences may be shared at brandtfuneralhome.com.
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Thomas B. Smith
July 16, 2019
Tom was a great person who always made me and my family feel welcome and loved. I am truly blessed to have known such a great man. My condolences to Lorraine and the family. God bless
July 3, 2019
It was our privilege to have known and worked with Tom. He was truly a man of integrity, and will be greatly missed. Our sympathies to Lorraine and the family.
and the partners and staff of Urish Popeck & Co.
June 30, 2019
We will dearly miss our sweet Uncle Tom in Pittsburgh.
Tom was always the friendliest, most kind man in the room, and his smile and laugh would always light up any room.
We are so lucky to have known and loved him.
Love from Atlanta,
Liza, Jeff, & Sabrina Farley-Allen
June 29, 2019
Tom was a great cousin, friend, Husband and father. My earliest memories of Tom are from him striking me out in Little League behind Forbes Field. He was huge and intimidating, and never cut his “Cous,” which is what he called me, any slack. I also remember countless times together at his home in Oakland, many of which included sneaking in to Forbes Field to watch the Pirates play. We were both proud to have had the opportunity to play and share our sports experiences in high school and college, but it was our marriages and time together with our respective spouses that really cemented our relationship.
I hate that Tom suffered with physical ailments in his late years and choose to remember him in both persona and stature as the man I knew and cherished.
We will miss Tom dearly, and hold Lorraine and all of Tom’s family in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Don & Susie DeCort
June 26, 2019
I am so sorry to hear about Tom's passing. I lost Ed almost two years ago and know it is difficult losing the person with whom you shared your life. You are blessed with friends and family to help you get through.
With deepest sympathy,