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Aborn Denison "Denny" Smith IV

Stonington, Connecticut

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DIED
November 10, 2020
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Stonington, Connecticut

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Stonington - Aborn Denison Smith IV, known to most as "Denny," was tragically killed Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020, at the age of 38. Originally from Stonington, his final years and death took place in Miami, Fla.He is survived by his father Aborn Denison Smith III; brother Tobias Olsen; sisters,...

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We will miss you so much cousin Denny. I always thought I'd be able to see you again, but hopefully in a next life. You are a wonderful person and made such a strong impact on those around you. You will be missed by many, and loved by all! We love you.

Meghan, we are so very sorry for your tremendous loss. We didn't know Denny, but reading about him, he seems so very much like you; beautiful and full of life and love. We will continue to set all our yoga intentions for you and yours. You have all of our love, Lisa and Mackenzie

Denny you will be missed. You brought sunshine into our lives, we will always cherish the fun and laughs we had going out to eat with you. RIP

I will never forget meeting Denny on the night of his prom when he came to me fully expecting me to be able to help him tie a 4 Square bow tie. Alas, that was a task that daunted us both, but we tried and sort of succeeded. May you rest in peace, and may all those who love you have funny and wonderful memories to sustain them in their loss. The world is less without you in it!

Denny, you had a laugh that was contagious and a smile that lit up the room. Thank you for making the world a better place. It'll never be the same without your light. ~Lindsay

Reminded me of when we were in high school together. Always happy. I am glad to read that he got to travel and settle down in Miami. The world is going to miss him! Sending my prayers and thoughts to his family and friends at this difficult time.

My sincere condolences to Denny’s family and friends. I am saddened to read this. I had the pleasure of working with Denny at Helen Keller International. He was a thoughtful and very kind person.

Very nice tribute to Denny. It brought me back to high school and remembering how great of a whistler he was. From what I read he lived a very nice life filled with joy and happiness and cared for the environment. Peace and Love.

Denny was the happiest, funniest and brightest light to walk the face of the earth. He was gentle, kind and compassionate to others- always. No matter his circumstance he embraced new challenges with gusto as a conductor would introduce a new tempo of Vivace. God Bless Your Beautiful Soul, Denny.