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Jonny Smith

Las Vegas, Nevada

Feb 5, 2007 – Mar 25, 2019 (Age 12)


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Palm Southwest Mortuary Obituary

Jonathan Thomas "Jonny" Smith, age 12, of Las Vegas, passed away suddenly on Monday, March 25, 2019 in Las Vegas. Born February 5, 2007 in Tomah, Wisconsin, he moved to Las Vegas in 2008. Jonny was a sixth grader at Faiss Middle School. A happy, bright spot in life, Jonny liked to play...

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I've been thinking about your family since I heard this on the news. Please know that your community is behind you and praying for you.

RIP in Jonny. May God give your family comfort and peace.
I taught Jonny for 6 years, awesome student and so kind.
Ms. Perkins

Im so truly sorry for loss. My deepest and heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Jonny. There are no words that can ease the pain of losing someone so beloved. May you find comfort and peace in knowing that your loved one is in God's memory, because those who fall asleep in death are precious in his eyes. Psalms 116:15

We are sorry for your lost Sue. May God give you strength and comfort. He will be with you through this .Your son was an awesome and very caring and kind person. He was taken too soon. Jonny was young but he knew how to care and be kind to others. As he did with my daughter Frances. She will never forget him or his caringness and kindness. We will always remember him. Jonny , Sue and Family you are all in Our Prayers

I have no words.
I my lost 13 year old son many years ago so I know the only thing I can say is I am so very sorry. Matt was a studen of Alac Sarac 25 years ago. If you need someone to talk to I am willing.
Heather Devitte Mckee

I knew him from kindergarten he was my best friend he will be missed Rip Jonathan Smith

Though I never met Jonny or his family, I'm so sadden over his loss. As a mother having a child pass away before you is the most unthinking thing. My deepest and most sincere sympathies to your family. Jonny is in God's loving arms now. May he Rest In Peace.