Glen E. Smith
December 6, 1930 - March 6, 2015
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Glen E. (Ed) Smith, born December 6, 1930, in St. James, MO, to George R. (Shanty) and Peggy (Knight) Smith. The family moved to Springfield in his first year and he has been a resident since that time. He was married to Peggy Sue (Edge) Hall on May 25, 1984 who also preceded him in…

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Lonnie Willis left a message on March 8, 2015:
see you soon play ball with the boys an have a good time with the lord
Sonya Struckmann left a message on March 8, 2015:
Ed will be missed by many. He was a special man, very kind. Thoughts and prayer to the family.
Greg Brock left a message on March 8, 2015:
To Mr. Smith’s family… I never had the pleasure of meeting Ed in person, and that hurts knowing how friendly and honest he was on Face Book, were we became friends. He liked some old photos from Springfield’s past I posted and filled in many gaps in info for me. How surprised I was to learn he was “Little Eddie” from the Slim Wilson days of music in Springfield. I will miss Ed, his humor, kindness… everything. He’s made it to Heaven.
Shirley Jean Haworth left a message on March 8, 2015:
The joy he brought to everyone who knew him will live on in our hearts forever. He was true example of what a human being should be. The love and fun oozed from him. It truly breaks my heart to lose such a friend, but I know I’ll see him again soon. May God bless all the family. Farewell for now Ed. See you soon.
Georgie Goldsberry left a message on March 8, 2015:
I saw and talked with Ed several days a week at the same table every day at the Mall. He was one of the nicest people I knew. He enjoyed life and was always someone you liked talking with. I have not been able to get to the mall recently, but was looking forward to catching up with Ed. He was modest in his service to so many causes, but I know he was always a voice of reason wherever he served. He has given much to many, and I will miss him. My condolences to all his family. As I don’t drive, I probably will not be able to attend the visitation or the services, but my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
philip crowdet left a message on March 8, 2015:
Neal, your dad lived a full life. Peace be with him.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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