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Harold Smith
Ellis County Newspaper
March 2003

Harold Wayne Smith "Smitty", was born January 22, 1944 to Paul and Francis Smith of Fargo, Oklahoma. At age 13, Harold accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior at Liberty Baptist Church, Fargo. He and Donna Hamilton were married and had two children Allen Smith of Edmond, Oklahoma and J. A. Hamilton of Oklhahoma Ctiy.

In 1969, he enlisted in the Air Force. Harold remarried in 1983 to Teresa Selph. Harold proudly served in the Air for 22 years and retired in 1991. He spent his retirement doing the things he loved. He took pride in his family, friends and helping others.

Harold is survived by his mother, Francis Smity; two sisters, Dorothy May Straughn and Delores Pittman; two brothers Noland and Gordon Smith; his two children, four stepchildren, Mike Selph, Gary Selph, Karen Rice and Peggy Thompson; and many nieces, nephews, and grandchildren whem he liked to aggravate and heckle.

Donations may be sent to Hospice Quality Car, Inc. 921 South Sooner Road, Del City, Oklahoma 73130.

Graveside services were held at Sunnyland Cemetery at Midwest City, Saturday, March 8, 2003 at 10:00 a.m.

Submitted by: Judy


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