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Randolph Q. Smith

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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He gave us a mother that we won't soon forget..she loved us and cared for us & watches over us yet

He gave us each other, each one with a skill..to call on each other for support when no one else will

He gave us the basics, food, shelter and clothes...though it was never very easy we NEVER went without those

He gave us vital knowledge we needed about cars..jump starting & changing tires with those tire iron bars

He gave us the model of what...

R.I.P Daddy???

You lived a good life, now take mommy by the hand, take a seat by the riverside and R.I.P You will be missed but never forgotten. I love you Pop...???

To the Smith sisters, my prayers go out to you and your families as you prepare to move forward in your life. Just know that although you all loved him, God loved him best and he and Liz will be up there looking down and smiling on you. Love always, Trice

Randolf was the best... he would always say or do something to make you laugh or smile, he will surely be missed... I am truly sorry for you loss and you are in my prayers.

Randolph was a great man. I will always remember the sound of his deep voice in the male chorus,his smile, humor, and kindness. May he forevr rest in the arms of God.

My prayers and heartfelt sorrow are with all of you today. Much love to you today and always. I am with you in spirit.
Marva Wade
New York City



Randolph's Obituaries

Randolph Q. Smith, 89, of Roanoke, departed this life peacefully on Monday, May 13, 2013, at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital. "Randy" as friends knew him, was born October 5, 1923, in Roanoke, VA to the late David Smith and Susie Hancock Smith. He was also preceded in death by his...

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