Charles Frank Smith

August 19, 1940 - June 19, 2022
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Charles Frank Smith 81, of Galveston passed away quietly on June 19 2022 at his home in Galveston. He was born on August 19, 1940 in Galveston, Texas to Lenore McCoy Smith and Margaret Clarke Smith. Charles served his country with honor in the US Army beginning with Basic Training in Fort Polk, La. HeContinue Reading

Debbie Mellen left a message on June 28, 2022:
I am holding your Family in my heart. May the days to come be filled with beautiful memories.
Bruce Ware left a message on June 27, 2022:
Charlie and I met when we were 13-14yrs old at Wright's Drugstore on 39th St., where we hung out. We would drain the hoses of a closed service station into an empty oil can; pour the gas across the street; and then light the street on fire. That's probably when Charlie first got the idea to become a fireman. R.I.P. Charlie in the arms of Jesus.
Pete Fornols left a message on June 26, 2022:
My thoughts and prayers 🙏for the family and friends of Charles, I met Charles in 1975, as a brother in law. We spent many weekends and family gathering together. Charles you always treated me with respect and kindness, and always welcomed me as family, you are loved and missed, Fly high brother. ❤
Daniel Leal Jr. left a message on June 26, 2022:
I, knew Charles as my Stepfather at 5 yrs. old . At 25yrs. old I, Called Charles one night and told him that as far as I, was concerned, he was my Father ! You see my Biological Father and I, never really had much of a relationship! Charles was the man that taught me to stand up for myself . To not be afraid of anything in life that came my way . He taught me to be a Man ! I'm thankful I, told him all of this because as much as meant to him . It means everything to me that it didn't go unsaid ! I'm grateful he was in my life and I'm proud to call him my Dad ! R.I.P. , Pop !!
Kim stellhorn left a message on June 25, 2022:
Really sorry to hear about Charlie, I met Charlie many years before going to work at UCC and we went to EMT school in 1976 and trained and instructed at fire school with him
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Ressie Fornols left a message on June 25, 2022:
May Charles RIP. Charles was always a part of our family even when he became an ex-husband of Joann. He was a wonderful brother in law. You will truly be missed but will always be in our hearts.
Rod and sandy morgan left a message on June 25, 2022:
Charlie was a good friend. Spent a lot of time together at carbide with fire and emts. Will miss him
Joann Essex left a message on June 25, 2022:
We had a lifetime of love and family. All the fun and good times we shared. You will be in my heart forever, wonderful memories I will carry, I will miss you always. Joann
Mike and vicki left a message on June 25, 2022:
Our deepest condolences to Charlie's family. All his stories and jokes will be missed. I know hes Up in heaven with Tom now catching up.
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