Jimmie "Jim" Lee Smith

Born on November 10, 1944

Departed on January 17, 2018 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Jimmie "Jim" Lee Smith Age 73, of Nashville, TN, former owner of C W Smith Roofing Company, joined our Lord in Heaven on January 17, 2018. Jim is preceded in death by his oldest son, Mark Wilson Smith and his father, Clarence Wilson Smith, (founder of the family business) , currently owned by son, Keven.

Jim is survived by his wife, Mary Kathleen “Kathy” Curtis-Smith; 4 sons, Keven Smith (Nicole), Christopher Smith (Shannon), Bradley Smith (Erin), and Travis Smith (Lynn); two step children, Wendy Minchey and Ray Ferguson and step grandson, Austin Ferguson; 9 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren and step mother, Annie Smith; sister, Linda Finn (Ron)

Jim enjoyed traveling, camping, fishing, gaming, golf, football, and being with friends and family.

A Celebration of Life gathering with on Thursday, March 1, 2018, from 4:00pm until 7:00pm where we will celebrate the gift of love he brought to so many and carry these memories in our hearts forever. In lieu of flowers, memorials are encouraged to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

 

2 Comments to Mr. Jimmie "Jim" Lee Smith

  1. Debbie and Phillip Denning
    February 25, 2018 4:49 pm

    Jim was the best friend that any person could have !! He was one in a million ! He was the best person in life that I’ve ever known ! He was so very kind , caring and could be funny at times , My husband ( Phillip ) and Jim got to have some very special times to sit and talk about a lot of things they had in common , it makes me feel so great to know that my husband and Jim had some great times together , Jim will be missed so very much . Jim will always be with us in our wonderful memories of Jim and Kathy forever , they are some special moments in are life we have had some great times together and will never be forgotten !

  2. David N Hiland
    February 28, 2018 9:40 pm

    Jimmie and I were best friends at Litton from 10th grade ’til graduation. We did everything together. I spent as much time at his house with his parents and Linda as my own. He had a ’55 Chevy and I had a ’56 (both older cars). Saw him at our 25th HS reunion but couldn’t connect later in life. He was the best guy, always cheerful. Rest in peace Old Buddy.Save me a place at the table up there.

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