Reginald R.B. "Smitty" Highsmith
Ken and I were so sorry to hear of the loss if Schmitty. He was a great man and we spent a lot of good years working with him at ACTS Community Church. We have a lot of his handmade wood items and treasure them. We love the Christmas picture ornaments that we have of the Grandkids that we.have on our tree every year. All the great meals we shared with Smitty and Martha, lots of fond memories . We are sorry we can't be at Memorial service as we are out of town which is so unusual. Know The Lord has a special place in Heaven. Our love to Martha and Kevin
We were privileged to serve with Reg in Japan in the mid-fifties. He was a superb Marine who made many significant contributions to his Country, to our Navy and to his Nation's Corps of Marines. Our Warriors today benefit from what Reg and his fellow Marines pioneered in the field of special intelligence and communications. May God Bless and Semper Fidelis, Al Gray, Marine, 29th Commandant
My name is Cash, I was his and Martha care taker, I did not know he long but he was the kindest an sweetest man I have ever neet in my life. Smitty will be missed but never forgotten.
I worked with Smitty for several years at Equifax and enjoyed league bowling with him. I will always remember him for his wit and unfailing humor. I have received hundreds of funny emails and jokes through the years from Smitty and will remember him fondly. My thoughts and prayers go out to his beloved family.
My name is June o'Kelly. Schafer. I worked with Smitty at Equifax. I admired and respected him. I am sorry for your loss.