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Warren N. Smith

May 19, 1936 - August 22, 2019


Home:

Sayre, Pennsylvania

Date of Death:

August 22, 2019

Age:

83

Birth Date:

May 19, 1936

Birth Place:

Miami, Florida

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Biography

Warren N. Smith

Warren “Smitty” Noble Smith, 83, of Sayre the husband of Helen Morris Smith passed away on Thursday, August 22, 2019 at home.

Born on May 19, 1936 in Miami Florida, he was the son of the late Noble and Mary Stoklas Smith.  He graduated from Athens High School in 1954.  On April 28, 1956, Warren marred Helen Morris and they celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in 2016.

Warren is survived by his loving wife, Helen of Sayre; daughter, Karen Smith of Waverly; son, Warren Smith of Virginia Beach, VA; many grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.

Smitty was an avid motorcycle rider and motorcycle mechanic.  He belonged to the Burroenduro Motorcycle club.

At Smitty’s request there will be no services.  The family is being assisted by the Blauvelt Funeral Home, 625 Broad Street, Waverly, NY.  Those wishing to send a message of sympathy to Smitty’s family may visit our Facebook Page or in “Obituaries” at www.blauveltfuneralhome.com 

Sympathy Messages

From: sherry  marshall gabauer
Message:
So sorry for your loss.  It's been many years but remember a quiet man with nice smile working on his bike. Think of your family with much love.  Sherry marshall Gabauer

From: Dean Strous
Message:
Hellen, Karen, and Warren Jr.- Very sorry to hear about  Warren Sr. passing. I remember him well, from the ol Valley Drive-In years, always a good guy. You all take care !

From: Holly and Steve Allen
Message:
My condolences to the family
Smitty touched my life as I know he did others. I enjoyed sharing special milestones in his life
    Holly Allen (postime Bartender )

From: Missy Larrabee Mullen
Message:
I have had the pleasure of meeting Art while he lived at chemung view...later finding out that him and my dad knew each other while riding in horse shoes in their teenage years.  Such a pleasure to have known such a great and caring man.  I wish I could have known him longer. My  sincere sympathy to the family....my love to you all




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