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OBITUARY

Miles Wesley Smith

February 12, 1991September 5, 2020
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Miles Wesley Smith, 29, of Raleigh, died suddenly after a workplace accident on September 5, 2020. He was born and raised in Raleigh. Miles worked for many years in the restaurant industry, most notably Milton’s, which allowed him to do what he loved, cooking. His other passion led him to begin work for himself as a landscaper. He went on to work for Bradford Landscaping as a groundsmen and landscaper.

Miles loved being outdoors, and enjoyed tree climbing recreationally and camping. His love of the outdoors also let to him achieving the rank of Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts when he was younger. Miles also enjoyed spending time woodworking, maintaining his terrariums, and cuddling with his cats.

Miles is survived by his wife, Ashley Nichole Smith; 5 month old daughter, Ava Nichole Smith; parents, Wesley and Sonja Smith; sisters, Madison Maida (Jeff) and Camren Smith; brother, Trevor Smith; maternal grandfather, Gary Dumers; paternal grandmother, Dolores Smith; and a large extended family. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Doris Dumers and paternal grandfather, Wesley Smith.

A visitation will be held on Sunday, September 13 from 12:00-2:00pm, with funeral beginning at 2:00pm at Mitchell Funeral Home, 7209 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh. For those who would like to attend virtually, you may do so by visiting Mitchell Funeral Home’s Facebook page (facebook.com.MitchellFuneralRaleigh) at the time of the event. Burial will follow at Raleigh Memorial Park

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  • Bradley Messner
  • Christian Austin
  • Christopher Hite
  • Daniel Noblin
  • Elliott Skwerer
  • TJ Daniel
  • Trevor Smith

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lisa saylor

September 13, 2020

Ashley,
I was so shocked and sad to hear about Miles' tragic passing. Miles was such a good person. Miles worked for me as a landscaper here in the Ashley Ridge neighborhood. He was willing to work hard and put in the extra effort to get things done right. Miles was so likeable. I will keep you and your family in my heart - lisa

Doug & Vickie Poole

September 10, 2020

We were so very sorry to hear of Miles' accident and death. His face says so very much about him...he appears to have loved life to the fullest. And, we are sure he loved his family and Lord. Our prayers go out to you all. May God be with you.

Judy Nebraski

September 10, 2020

Oh my I can't stop crying. How I remember this little boy at Chuck and Tara's Wedding with all the family and when we would visit in Raleigh. Our heart is breaking for all of you. God Bless you.
Love you
Ken and Judy

Dee ( Dolores) Smith

September 10, 2020

My mind & heart still can’t accept that you are no longer with us 💔😥💔
You were my 1st beloved grandson & your passing on will forever leave a hole in my broken heart 💔. The 29 years of wonderful , happy, joyous, memories will remain with me until my last breath💔. I try to take comfort that your beautiful spirit is w/ Grandpa Wes, Grandma Doris & Great grandma Elizabeth and great grandpa Joe & great aunt Shirley & Great uncle Danny & that they’re all taking good care of you 💔. You know we will take good care of your dear wife Ashley & beautiful precious Ava🥰
I Love you so very much my dear Miles💔😥💔

Eleanor Haynes

September 10, 2020

So very sad to hear of Miles' passing. He landscaped for many of the neighbors in the Ashley Ridge Subdivision in Raleigh. He was always friendly and took pride in his work. Our hearts and prayers go out to his family and friends. Prayers for peace and comfort.

Tim and Eleanor Haynes

Elizabeth Jordan

September 10, 2020

Ashley,
I cannot begin to tell you how sorry I was to hear about Miles. Both Kathy and I are thinking of you and your daughter at this time and hoping that through the love of family and friends that you can get through this. Miles was a great person and someone that will be remembered by many. Bless you and your family.
Love,
Dr Jordan

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