James Dewey Smith

Lucedale, Mississippi


Send Flowers

J.D. served dutifully with the Army 483rd ORD Recovery Battalion during WWII. A member of the Baptist faith, he was retired from Ingalls where he worked as a pipe welder. He is survived by his 2 daughters, Claudette (Don) Newman, Mobile, AL, and Barbara (John) England, Pascagoula; 11...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

To the Family of Mr. J.D., so sorry to hear the loss of your love one, I got to meet Mr.J.D. at the senior dance at East Central one Friday night, first time i met him, he told a story, I laughed so hard my sides were hurting, such a sweet sweet man, my husband knew Mr. J.D. from the shipyard, he said "a good Man", always laughing and loved to dance, we would joke around bout his buddy Mr. Jimmy, he would laugh. We have some good memories with Mr. J.D. at those dances. Hold on to...

Claudette, I am so very sorry for the loss of your precious Dad. May God give you a peace in your heart knowing that he is in Heaven and no longer in pain. Walking those streets of gold! Love to you and your family. My thoughts and paryers are with you all. Rhonda Smith

Claudette, My heart goes out to you during this difficult time. May God give you and your family peace beyond all understanding. I know how much you loved your dad! I'm praying for you, my friend.