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Robert F. Smith

Robert F. Smith

Robert “Bob” F. Smith, 82, of Upper Black Eddy, Tinicum Township, PA, passed away on Thursday, April 20, 2023 at his home.

Bob was born and lived in Philadelphia, PA until he was 10 years old. He then lived in Hilltown, PA until serving in the Army, before settling in Upper Black Eddy, PA, where he lived for many years. Bob graduated from Lansdale Catholic High School in 1958. He proudly served in the US Army and was a veteran of the Vietnam War. Bob served in the Army Corp. of Engineers. He worked as a maintenance mechanic for H&K Materials in Skippack, PA for over 50 years. Bob was an outdoorsman and he especially enjoyed hunting, fishing, and deep sea fishing. Bob was a Philadelphia Eagles and Phillies fan. He enjoyed NASCAR and was an avid reader. Bob was a member of the National Rifle Association.

Son of the late Robert W. and Elizabeth (Burns) Smith, Bob is survived by his four brothers William J. Smith (Bonnie) of Zionsville, PA, Joseph P. Smith (Tom) of Titusville, FL, Michael J. Smith of Chalfont, PA, and Matthew P. Smith (Sherry) of West Chester, PA and his two sisters Elizabeth C. Ansbro (Peter) of Novi, MI and Susan L. Smith of Hilltown, PA. He was predeceased by his beloved wife Jean G. (Seidel) Smith in 2022, his brother Stephen J. Smith (Adele), and his sister Mary Jane Rydzewski (Joseph).

The family wishes to thank Bob’s Upper Black Eddy friends and neighbors for their kind assistance.

Services will be private. Arrangements are under the care of the Johnson-Walton Funeral Home, 24 Church Road, Milford, NJ.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Sellersville VFW Post 245, 2118 Old Bethlehem Pike, Sellersville, PA 18960.


From: Doug Skelton
May you rest in peace my friend, I'll never forget all the years that we hunted, laughed, talked and sang together, both here and in Pike county. Once again I Thank You for your military service for us and to our Country. Rip Bob!

From: R.Scott Frye
My friend Bob, You were a good man! Worked with him many years at Haines &Kibblehouse . I knew your dad From a previous job I worked at and he was a good man also. Bob was kind to me with respect and he helped me alot on the job and off.I Sen him do some crazy things that would make me nervous like his bucket truck, Put a extension ladder in the bucket to get higher on a electric pole.He would do any job they needed him for and never complain.I wanted to come and see him and have a beer with him but you left me to soon.I am sorry for that cuz I been dealing with health problems. I will miss you buddy very much.Rest in peace!8845

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