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September 25, 2018

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November 27, 2017
I grew up with Stan Webb and knew Smokey well in my childhood. Condolences to the family.Andy Ackermann
November 24, 2017
I met Smokey three years ago at Mary and Marty Pousa's Thanksgiving dinner. As Marty's aunt, I was able to share dinner with them and Smokey for two years and was looking forward to seeing him at Thanksgiving this year. He was such a kind man, and since we both live in Elizabethton and were close in age we had a lot to talk about. I asked Mary and Marty about him often and will miss his kindness and gentle spirit.
November 24, 2017
Having known Smokey for 36 years, many fond memories come to mind. As his barber, he really liked to tease me about "his bad haircuts." One day as he was leaving my salon, he told my next customer that he surely wasn't going to let me "butcher" his hair. Smokey thought he was a regular customer, but the man had never been in the salon before and was heading out the door. Smokey stopped him in time and explained that he was joking, but I never let Smokey forget the day he almost ran off my customer!

In recent years we began realizing just how much he liked to discuss politics, especially when he had an opposite viewpoint to ours. No matter how the discussion ended, the next time we saw him the debate was on again. We will really miss Smokey's sense of humor, wit and good nature and consider ourselves fortunate to have shared many years with him.