Christopher Melvin Smith

christopher smith

July 28, 1967 ~ July 8, 2010

Born in: Charlotte, NC
Resided in: Snellville, GA

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  1. To Mother Smith and family, Ms Smith widow and family, Ms Juliet and family, I LOVED CHRISTOHER like a Brother I offer you all my condonleance Now to my Dawg, who ever would thought that i would be sitting down here writng about the past this soon. We had always said when we got back togather that we would go fishing. I won’t forget how you and your family helped me and family out when I got to 598th maint co. and i difentely won’t forget the good times we had with all the fellows I want to name all the fellows but I don’t want to leave noone off so I will leave it as the fellows they know and you know who they are. Man i am so sorry for not staying in touch, but i know for a fact you talked about us alot and I did the same aswell, how could we ever forget those years. Hey brother prepare your fishing poles, so when one day when me and davis show up we are going fishing in GOD pond not the Chattochee river and say hello to Small dawg for the fellows.


  2. To the Family and Love Ones of Christopher Smith or Spike to ME.

    Christopher was like a big brother to me and my husband. He always took care of us at Ft. Benning. That is where we developed our lasting friendship. He was a good man. I remember when I was in my car accident, he called and gave me his encouragement and told me that I was strong and can make it. To the love ones he left behind, I want to give you my encouragement. He is in a better place and have the wings of health and safty around him. Christophers strong and stern voice will never be forgotten. He will always have a special spot in my heart.


  3. My heart welming condolence goes out to the Smith family. I was deeply saddned when my sister Juliet informed me of the passing of Christopher.His soul is now in a peacful place.

  4. I met Smitty at Fort Belvoir, VA in October 87 when we both were attending Generator training. Yes, we referred to him as “Mars Blackman aka Spike Lee”. He use to kill us with his dance moves every opportunity he had. I missed him in 93 when I arrived at Fort Benning. Herbin would keep me informed about him after he learned I went to AIT with him. I know he will sorely be missed by family and friends as he touched many with his infectious smile & great attitude. May God bless you Smitty, your family and your friends.

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