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Keith Smith

Keith Ernest Smith

Saturday, April 13th, 1929 - Thursday, November 5th, 2020
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SMITH, Keith Ernest

It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of our beloved father, Keith Ernest Smith. Keith was born on April 13, 1929. He married the love of his life, Joyce Audrey Ingram (deceased July 17, 2006) on Sept 5, 1952. Keith leaves behind Sandra Honsberger, Margaret Batten (Les), and Bruce Smith (Debbie). He was predeceased by sons: Bradley (Jami-Lynn) and Randy. He leaves behind 10 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren who were deeply loved by him. Keith worked at McDonnell Douglas from 1965-1990 when he retired to spend time travelling Canada and the US in their RV and spending summers at the cottage, fishing and picking blueberries. A life so beautifully and simply lived will be remembered and honoured.

A memorial visitation will be held at Ravenshoe United Church, 3252 Ravenshoe Rd, Queensville, ON L0G 1R0 on Saturday November 14, 2020 from 1-5 p.m. Due to COVID 19 restrictions, only 30 people can visit per hour. Please RSVP via email at rsvp@roadhouseandrose.com or call 905-895-6631 (full names of attendees and contact numbers must be provided).

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🦋In our hearts forever🦋
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  • Visitation

    Saturday, November 14th, 2020 | 1:00pm - 5:00pm
    When
    Saturday, November 14th, 2020 1:00pm - 5:00pm
    Location
    Ravenshoe United Church
    Address
    3252 Ravenshoe Sideroad
    Ravenshoe, Ontario
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Lynda Holborn

Posted at 12:30pm
I very sorry for the loss of your father. Keith was a great neighbour and helper when we farmed next door to your farm.
GR

Glen Robitaille

Posted at 05:37pm
When we moved up to Queensville in 1976 Keith, or Mr Smith as we knew him back then, was pretty much the first neighbour I recall meeting that summer. Over all the intervening years, as I grew up and came back and forth from wherever in the world I was to home in Queensville I always made a point of trying to visit Keith and Joyce and catching up. Often that visit took place in my Mom and Dad's kitchen because Keith often came by to help Dad out with fixing something or wood cutting or for no excuse at all. He was a great neighbour and friend, always happy to spend some time visiting and solving the problems of the world over a kitchen table and a cup of coffee or a Molson's Ex. Or chilli and firewood cutting in the spring. A honked horn from a van passing the end of the driveway was Keith's way of saying hi as he drove past the house. He will be sorely missed by the Robitailles as well. Our deepest sympathies on your loss, his like we shall not see again.

With our love
Glen and Tanya Robitaille
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Bill and Ann Potts

Posted at 07:46pm
Bill and Ann Potts
We first met Keith and Joyce in 1968 when we moved to the Maple Hill ,i have cut lots of wood with Keith and the old tractor over the years.
We have had many dinners at our house,just so he could have his mashed potatoes.
In the past few years I have had many coffees and muffins with him at the Barton and his famous words to me were always JUST ANOTHER DAY a great neighbor and friend
Rest in peace Keith your back with Joyce.
IJ

Ian Johnstone

Posted at 08:09am
Bruce and Debbie and the entire Smith family, please accept our sincere condolences. It was our pleasure to have been friends with Keith, he will surely be missed at Austen Lake.
Ian and JoAnne
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