Bobbie-Smith-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Colonial Chapel/Carey Hand

Bobbie Steel Smith

Apr 10, 1936 – Mar 16, 2013

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I didn't know you had left, but I suspected by now you could have. Thanks so very much for your wonderful music..

Sorry For Your Loss!

RIP.

Godspeed Bobbie, and thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.

Although I was a Spinners fan in the 60s & 70s, I loved their music. I just learned of Bobbins death and I'm floored. I loved his vocals and the choreography. God Bless you Bobbins, R.I.P.

I only met you a couple of times. I will never forget how nice a person you were. Unfortunately, due to my schedule, we lost contact and I missed out on a party you were having.
When I hear your music, I will be thinking of you

I only met you a couple of times. I will never forget how nice a person you were. Unfortunately, due to circumstances, we lost contact and I missed out on a party you were having.
When I hear your music, I will be thinking of you

Completely enamored with the joy on his face when he sings. I was just old enough to watch Soul Train when the Spinners performed.

I WILL ALWAYS LOVE THE SPINNERS......AND WITH YOU SINGING LEAD ON MOST OF THE SONGS, THAT SHOWS ONE'S GREATNESS.....THANKS FOR THE MUSIC

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Bobbie's Obituary

Bobbie “Bird” Steel Smith was born April 10, 1936 in Abbeville, Georgia to the late Howard and Carrie Smith.  His family moved to Detroit in 1952.  He attended Ferndale High School where he met Pervis Jackson, Henry Fambrough, William Henderson, George Dixon and Edgar...

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