Edwin Ira Smith

edwin smith

July 29, 1926 ~ December 24, 2020

Born in: Mesquite, TX
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Edwin Ira Smith, 94, of Pueblo, Colo. passed away on Dec. 24, 2020. A veteran of WWII, “Ed,” as he was known to his friends and family, was enlisted in the United States Navy until his honorable discharge in 1946. He married his wife, the late Wilma Jean Fuller, in 1949, and was married for 66 years when she passed away in 2012. Ed is survived by sons, John (Joann) Smith of Alamosa, Richard (Judy) Smith, Eddie (Cathy) Smith and Jim Smith all of Pueblo; and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Service will be held at a later date. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. Ed was a great man. Full of life. Great grand father and great great grandfather most of all a great dad.
    He will be truly missed by each and everyone of his family.
    Love you papa❤️

  2. Ed was a great man. The best grandpa, great grandfather and father in law anyone could ever ask for.
    Ed will truly be missed by his family.
    Love you Papa

  3. Ed was the best father in law, and grandfather,great grandfather you could ever have.
    He was always happy. I lost my father a long time ago. He filled that void and so much more. Our family will never be the same. Love you Papa

  4. Ed and Jean are now together and they were a delightful fun couple.
    Know them thru retiree luncheons over many years and continued even when Jean left us.
    Luncheon meetings continued until this Covid 19 curfew 2020. Continued contact via telephone
    up to couple days before Ed died. Still had humor and laughter ongoing.
    I am blessed that I had the pleasure of knowing Ed.
    Miss you…. May the good memories give your families strength during this rough hurdle.

  5. “Mr. Smith” – Ed – was one of the sweetest gentleman I have had the pleasure to know. He lived on my floor at Presbyterian Towers, and was the “King” of the floor. His humor was endless, his kindness unbelievable. Our sadness is great and he will be sorely missed. My deepest sympathy to his wonderful family in the loss of this wonderful man.

  6. Ed was such a character. Always smiling , joking and caring. We loved him and Jean like our parents. They have left a void in our hearts. You will be missed dear friend.

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