Troy Stewart Smith

January 5, 1962 - February 22, 2022
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Troy Stewart Smith, affectionately known as Badlands, passed away on Tuesday, February 22, 2022 in Galveston, TX living near his beloved father, John Smith and step-mother, Martha Smith.  He retired from his 30-year career in the electronics industry and started a Fishing Charter business with his lovely wife, Simone, their three-year-old daughter, Heidi, his son,Continue Reading

Bill Milne left a message on March 4, 2022:
It was always a pleasure to work with Troy. My deepest sympathies with with his family.
Amy Misenhimer-Amison left a message on February 28, 2022:
I am so saddened by this news. Troy was a fun, caring and good person. My thoughts & prayers are with his family.
Kim Robinson Harwell left a message on February 27, 2022:
TR OY, I just want you to know that I love you and I will miss you so much. We have all been through so much together...the good, bad and the crazy! You will always be family, the 4th sister! Thank you for the memories! I hope you know how much I love you...always your SIL, KIMBO❤❤❤
Rob German left a message on February 27, 2022:
I worked with Troy from 1988 until about 1996. Always enjoyed his energy, his unusual perspective of things and his humor. We closed a LOT of business together and had some really good times. Have posted a picture from a business outing to a Rangers Baseball game, with a group of Sharp employees. I had to borrow his Izuzu Trooper for the game and I spilt BBQ sauce all of the floor board and he never lost his temper with me. Godspeed Troy. Maybe you can catch a chili cookoff in heaven.
Kandy Camper left a message on February 27, 2022:
I am so sorry to hear this. Please let Dakota know my prayers are with y’all in this time of need
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Jason and Nancy Rowe left a message on February 26, 2022:
Troy was a special man. He taught me a lot of things and we also had some fun times together. He will be greatly missed.
Gayle Guesner Proctor left a message on February 26, 2022:
To Troy’s family, I left Arlington in 1979 as a high school teenager after the death of my father, Bill Guesner. Troy and mine childhood incurred these random meetings, where we finally went to the same school in 7th grade, his father was a friend of my father, they took us to what seemed like ‘big’ events when we were little. I must have had a crush on Troy since I was 10, but got reacquainted upon entering middle school. Troy watched as my adolescence took many turns only to meet up again at a reunion (twice as adults) where we sat alone and talked about our dads and our childhood memories. It was like he never skipped any moment of air. He breathed joy and understanding into friendships, long lost acquaintances. His eyes told his stories and listened intently as though we were back in a moment of profound meaning. I left both the bars that night, got into my rental car and flew home to California and thought Troy Smith left everyone feeling special. I was not special, he was. His innate ability to hold my attention, laugh and cry will always be with me. Kevin, Jace and others embraced Troy like a brother, I watched from afar and loved you all as my childhood memories have always got the best of me. Know that as you grieve the loss of your beloved, we are sending you our love, condolences and prayer for his life and the moments he gave us.
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