Marvin Smith Obituary, Nabb, Indiana Marvin Smith Has Passed Away

Marvin Smith Obituary, Death – Marvin Eugene “Smitty” Smith, who passed away on December 11, 2022, at the age of 76 and was a resident of Nabb, Indiana, passed away while he was at home. The date of his passing was December 11. At the time of his passing, his loved ones surrounded him and attended to his needs from all angles. His parents, Phillip and Alma Bibbs Smith, who was residing in Bethlehem, Indiana at the time of his birth, brought him into the world on November 11th, 1946. At the time, they were married. In addition to his service in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War, he has spent the past 37 years as a volunteer firefighter with the New Washington Fire Department.

He worked as a terminal operator for Citgo Petroleum in Louisville, Kentucky, up until the time that he reached the mandatory retirement age and then he retired from the company. All of his immediate family members, including his mother and father, his brother Ansel “Buddy” Smith, his sister Mabel Cochran, and his son-in-law Chad Crace had already passed away before he was born. The only member of his immediate family to have survived, he was the sole survivor of his family.

Marvin is survived by his wife, JoAnn Dickey Smith, his children, Angela Crace of Charlestown, IN, and Floyd Smith of Nabb, his brother, Vernon Smith of Clarksville, IN, and his grandchildren, Kali Crace, Trey Crace, and Ty Crace. Additionally, Marvin is survived by his brother, Vernon Smith of Clarksville, IN. In addition, Marvin’s brother Vernon Smith, who resides in Clarksville, Indiana, will miss him greatly. In addition to him, both of his parents, Floyd Smith and JoAnn Dickey Smith, are still alive and doing well.

On the 16th of December, 2022, there will be a gathering held at the Grayson Funeral Home in New Washington from 2:00 in the afternoon until 6:00 in the evening to celebrate the life of the individual who passed away. The gathering will be held in memory of the individual. It was always intended for the burial to take place at Bethlehem Cemetery, so that is where it will take place in the future.