OBITUARY

Karlmone N. Smith

March 12, 1955November 30, 2019

Karlmone N. Smith, 64, of Freeport passed away November 30, 2019.

Kalrmone was the beloved son of Christine and Lawrence Smith; Loving husband of Tammy Smith; Cherished father of Danielle (Marco) DeVito, Carlos (Michaela) Cortes, Carmone (Tracy) Smith and Tamika Smith; Adored grandpa of Ashleigh, Lucy, Cameron, Cohen, Carey, Noni, and Nalah Rose; Dear brother of Adrian, Lawrence “Geno” Jr., Arlmone and the late Renee.

Karlmone was a great man with a great impact. Karlmone Smith was a trailblazer as well as a very well-known and respected leader within the Freeport and surrounding areas. His legendary stewardship among his peers and community will not be forgotten and his service is appreciated by many. Karlmone was best known for being a rib connoisseur, restaurant owner, musician/singer, and mechanical carpenter. He was a man of many talents. Gone but never forgotten #longlivestumpy

A Memorial Service will be held December 14th at 12pm at Faith Center Freeport located at 203 W. Pleasant Freeport Il 61032.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, December 14, 2019

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Carla Collinsworth

December 10, 2019

WOW not sure how to handle this but just to let you know my heart is in deep sorrow. I want to let you know you are in my prayers to help you through the grief and I am thinking of you. Karlmone was a very special friend of Joel's and they are I feel making wonderful music together in heaven. Thoughts and Prayers to you and your family .
Carla Collinsworth

Stephanie Wagner

December 7, 2019

As i sit here tonight i am in aw to see this news of a man i was aquainted with whom i called stump(y). I have tears in my eyes as this is a sad suprise. I just saw him twice within 1 week both times at boco gas. We chatted for a bit. I always enjoyed his smile and friendliness. He was a good man; just from our conversations over the yesrs when i first ate his spaghetti. I was in heaven it was so good and when i would see him id always ask how and when i could have some more. This is truly heart breaking as i wouldve never guessed....my sincere condolences to the whole family and to all that loved him. May he forever be in your everyday lives hearts and minds. God bless

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY