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ALAN SMITH M.D.

Richmond, District of Columbia

1948 - 2020

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February 3, 2020
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Richmond, District of Columbia

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SMITH ALAN WAYNE SMITH, M.D. Alan Wayne Smith, M.D., 71, of Moseley, VA, went to be with the Lord on February 3, 2020. He was born on April 14, 1948 in Washington, D.C. to the late Herschel L. and Ina M. Smith. He was raised in Temple Hills, MD, where he spent much of his youth involved in...

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As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Reflections of Dr. Alan Wayne Smith
Many people live life out in shallow waters, barely skimming the surface, timidly wading only ankle deep, hugging the shore and safety. This was not Alan!
We came to know our dear friends, Alan & Gail through fellowship at Broadview Baptist Church. As Gail and I collected our children from the nursery, we'd strike up conversations. A friend had recommended the pediatric practice and Dr. Alan. As our husbands (Alan and Joe) played on...

DOCTOR AL, FAREWELL TO A "PERFECT TEN"

Farewell Dr Al, God wants you at his home,
And so It's time for you to go.
Your friendships been a blessing,
And we all will miss you so.
We shared our many childhood secrets.
You brightened up everyone's days.
You brought so much happiness,
With your kind and healing ways.
You lifted up every ones spirits
When they were feeling sick or blue.
But no matter what bad things happened,

DOCTOR AL, FAREWELL TO A "PERFECT TEN"

Farewell Dr Al, God wants you at his home,
And so It's time for you to go.
Your friendships been a blessing,
And we all will miss you so.
We shared our many childhood secrets.
You brightened up everyone's days.
You brought so much happiness,
With your kind and healing ways.
You lifted up every ones spirits
When they were feeling sick or blue.
But no matter what bad things happened,

A Farewell hug as my husband and I prepared for our very first U.S. Air Force assignment to Japan. Forever in our hearts Dr. Smith.

Dr. Smith showing his lighter fun side doing the "Macarena" at my wedding! He was always so much fun!

Dr. Smith and I dancing and having fun at Matt's and my wedding!

Here are a few fun photo memories from my wedding showing Dr. Smith's fun carefree loving side! Forever in our thoughts and hearts!!

Dr. Smith was truly a great person. I had the fortune to get to know him many years ago, as a friend of his son. We had lots of great conversations about life, music and occasionally even scrabble strategy. He will be missed.