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MSgt. Clinton L. Smith

Boise, Idaho

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MSgt. Clinton L. Smith 1964 - 2012 Clinton "Clint" Smith, 48, passed away Saturday, July 14, 2012 at his home in Boise. Clint was born March 6, 1964 in Emmett, Idaho. He graduated from Capital High School in 1982. Clint and his wife Karen married March 5, 1983. Clint spent his entire...

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Karen, I was shocked to hear Clint had Passed away. You may remember he and I work on the phase docks together. He helped train me when we changed to the A-10. He had a great wealth of knowledge to share. One thing I remember about him was that he alway talked with pride about his family. I'm very sorry for your loss and my prayers are with you and the family.

I went to school with Clint in Emmett. He was a great guy. My condolences to the family

Our hart go out to you all.
Have strength, faith, and love.

Schocked and sorry to hear about MSgt Smiths passing away. I had the pleasure of deploying and working with him over the years at the Guard. He was a dedicated hard working man. CMSgt (Retired) Simon

Dear Precious Karen and Family,
Our hearts too are broken with your loss. Meeting Clint at 13, watching him grow into a brilliant, caring, compassionate and good man was a honor. A loss so tragic for all who knew Clint, he will be dearly missed! You are all in our prayers sent above, know that he is at peace with the Lord. With a warm sincere heart,
Jim and Christine "Lore" Eidson

Karen and family we were so shocked to hear about clint. You are in our thoughts. Lonny & Judy Hollenbeck

Karen, my deepest regrets for your loss. Please stop by anytime, we live so close to each other. I want to help you in any way I can. With sincerest sympathy,

I was shocked to hear about Clint; my husband & I worked, and deployed, with Clint for many years. He was a kind and fun man, and I'm so sorry for your loss.

Karen, I'm so sorry about Clint, he was a wonderful man. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Just know you are loved by so many people. Diane and Kent Eckhart