1220 George C Wilson Drive, Suite C
Augusta, GA 30909

Mr. Frank Allen Smith

January 6, 1942 - June 11, 2019

Frank Allen Smith, SR of Augusta, GA passed away peacefully in his sleep on June 11, 2019. Frank’s wife Christine “Chris” Louise (Norton) Smith preceded him in death last year. Frank had five children and their spouses, five grandchildren, and respective spouses. Frank also had a multitude of people whom he acted as a second father. Frank had six siblings, their spouses and several nieces and nephews. Frank had one sister and brother-in-law by way of Christine, and three nieces.

Frank loved to listen to his good ole’ country music, and he loved it loud. He had a witty personality; making jokes, telling stories, goofy hand signals. He was always there to lend a hand or an ear to anyone who needed him. He was a machine repairman by trade, but also enjoyed tinkering around at home. He was an Army Veteran. Frank was active in The Boy Scouts of America. He helped guide all three sons and two grandsons through the ranks to become Eagle Scouts. He held several positions in scouting over his years.

His surviving children, grandchildren, and respective in-laws are:

Daughter, Susan (Smith) Skinner and Shane Skinner.

Grandsons by way of Susan - Daniel Skinner and Amber Skinner, Michael Skinner and Valarie Mudrie.

Son, Frank Smith JR and Joy Ray

Son, David Smith and Sara Lyon

Grand children by way of David – Rhiannon LyonSmith, Rylie LyonSmith, Reed LyonSmith

Son, Paul Smith and Elizabeth Durante

Daughter, Laurajean (Smith) Sheffield and Joshua Sheffield


Online condolences may be expressed at www.arlingtonfuneral.com  Arlington Burial & Cremation, 1220 George C. Wilson Dr., S-C, Augusta, GA 30909.  762-994-0311

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With Heartfelt Sympathy to the Smith Family, May you rely on the God of all comfort to help you to endure the days ahead. "God is our refuge and strength" (Psalms 46:1).
The Duncan's - July 1 at 2:50 AM
My thoughts and prayers go out to the huge family he left behind. It was always a pleasure when he visited us at Keuka Lake. May he Rest In Peace. Love you all
Barbara Lyon - June 16 at 7:39 PM