Condolence: It is with a heavy heart that I leave this message. I spent so much of my youth with the Smith's. Teresa and I were the best of friends. She and John Henry were like a sister and brother to me and Mr. and Mrs. Smith treated me like one of their own. When I reflect back,there were so many good & happy times spent with the Smith's. I can honestly say that John Sensing and I were always made to feel like a part of their family. I reflect back on good times like Teresa & I in her room listening and singing along with BREAD and John Henry, in his room with his buddies, listening to Ray Stevens! He will be missed by so many, but, will live forever in the hearts of all who had the privilege to know him, love him, and call him son, brother, father, or friend. Heartfelt love and prayers to all of the family.
Condolence: I am so heart broken to hear of John Henry. He was always such a big part of my childhood and my family. My prayers and my heart goes out to Teresa and Mrs Smith and all grandchildren. Love and prayers for peace and comfort in the days ahead. He will be missed.
Condolence: Please accept our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult moment. May the God of all comfort give you strength to endure the pain you are going through. “The day is near when all who have fallen asleep will be awaken”-John 5:28,29
Condolence: So Sorry for the loss of a Childhood friend and neighbor. We all played together in the neighborhood. Will be sadly missed. May God watch over his family. Love to the Great family of John Henry Smith.
Condolence: John Henry and I were classmates grades one through 12 and our families were friends. He was just always a kind, funny boy and I was always happy to hear what a nice life he had made for himself. I’m so sorry for your loss.My younger sister Linda was over at the house many weekends with Teresa and she always came home with all kinds of fun and funny stories about John Henry and his buddies.You’re in my prayers.