Our dear friend passed away November 8, 2012. Funeral services were on Tuesday, Nov 13, 2012 at the LDS Marietta East Stake Center.
A memorial fund was created to benefit the family and offset some of the costs of Barron's passing. You can help by donating to a safe PayPal account by clicking the button below. Any donation amount is greatly appreciated.Donate
(Donations are being passed along by Justin Meredith, a close friend of Barron and Irene.)
Condolence cards and donations can be mailed to:
PO Box 730
Holly Springs, GA 30142
Barron Clarence Smith was a friend to everyone who knew him. He was a faithful husband and a loving father and grandfather, an obedient son and brother. He loved his family more than anything in the world. He lived a family-centered life where he expressed his love to them through words and actions.
He brought smiles to people he came in contact with and a light into the lives of many. The influence he had on those who knew him cannot be measured. There are very few people in the world like Barron. He was someone who you knew was a choice spirit in Heaven. He was the perfect example of a friend, who would drop everything to help someone in need. His heart was pure and full of gratitude. He was generous, thoughtful of others, full of charity.
Nothing brought him more joy in life than to be playing outside in the woods, climbing mountains, or at the beach. His life was filled with memories of time spent with those he loved and creating adventures wherever he went. He enjoyed going on hikes, running or cycling with his wife, participating in marathons, triathlons, and adventure races.
Barron was also a spiritual man, well versed in the scriptures. He loved talking to people about his beliefs and the way he lived his Christian life. He was a church goer and an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. To read his testimony, visit his Mormon.org profile.
Thank you for visiting his website in honor of a life of an incredible man. He will be deeply missed by everyone. He was loved by many.
Barron is survived by his wife, Irene Smith; son, Bailey Smith of Utah; granddaughter, Kadence Smith of Utah; daughter, Camille Smith of Colorado; stepson, Tyler Johnson of Utah; stepson, Cody Johnson serving a church mission in Chile; parents, Irvin and Georgia Smith of Cartersville; brother, Randall Smith of Holly Springs; and sister, Valerie O’Hare of Roswell.