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February 24, 2017

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October 5, 2012
Dr. and Mrs. Smith were my wonderful freshman (at the Zoo!) and sophomore (at the "new" campus) theory professors. We always enjoyed seeing them at the Met Operas at the Hollywood movie theater. When I told Dr. Smith I still had my freshman theory notes, he said, "They must be museum pieces by now!" He will truly be missed! My deepest condolences.
October 4, 2012
I have such wonderful memories of my time at Furman and organ lessons with Dr. Smith and theory classes with Mrs. Smith. My deepest sympathy and prayers for you all. Blessings and thanksgiving for both.
October 4, 2012
I first met Lindsay during the Christmas holidays of 1981. His daughter Reed and I were an item at the time, and we've been an item ever since (we'll celebrate our 30th anniversary next June). I still remember watching Clemson play for the national championship that New Year's Day, with Dad, in Greenville. We weren't football fanatics, but it was Clemson! Dad was truly a kind, gentle man. A man of firm principles, but gentle in spirit. It was a privilege and an honor to have known him.
October 4, 2012
Lindsay Smith was a tremendous influence on my musical career as an organist, church musician, theorist, and as a teacher. His gentle guidance and positive support are treasured memories to me. After my graduation from Furman in 1957 I continued to maintain contact with him and his wife (an equal influence on my musical career) and when I returned to the area after very successful years in Chicago and Interlochen, MI it was a delight to reconnect with them personally. Lindsay touched thousands of lives in a very positive was and his memory will live in the lives of us, his disciples.
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