FAMILY-OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1912

Nathan Albert Smith

Nathan Albert Smith age 18, of Columbus, died on February 28th, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio.

He is survived by his mother, Monika Patterson, father Jonathan Smith, brothers Evan Patterson and Dayton Smith and a sister Norah Patterson. He was a graduate of Glasgow High School in 2017. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 at 11:00AM at All Saints Cemetery, 6001 Kirkwood Hwy Wilmington, DE 19808.

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Submitted by Y. Holland on
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"My Deepest Condolences go out to the Smith family, I hope you find comfort in these words, "He will swallow up death forever,......And will wipe away the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8. Trust in Jehovah's promise of the resurrection hope. jw.org

Submitted by Esther on
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Words cannot express my deepest sympathy for the loss of someone so young and precious. May you find comfort from the love of family and friends and the scriptures where it promises us that God, who cannot lie, will wipe away the tears from all faces Acts 24:15

Submitted by Kelly Gentry on
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You look so much like your dad! Having mini teenagers of yourself is so hard . You & Haylee were the same age . I know your dad loved you so much! I still cannot wrap my head around this. Rest in Peace sweet boy! Sending alot of love and prayers to all the family !!! ❤

Submitted by Nicole on
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To the family and friends of Nathan at this most difficult time, May the God of tender mercies(Psalm 83:18) comfort you. Saying goodbye is never easy leaving tears to speak the pain. Revelation 21:4 assures us that God will soon wipe every tear from our eyes and sickness pain and death will be a thing of the past. May our Heavenly Father(Isaiah 12:2) strengthen you for the days ahead

Submitted by Wendy Johnson on
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I have seen many students graduate from Glasgow over my years of teaching. Nathan was one of the students that always stood out to me; he just had a special aura that made one take notice despite his quiet demeanor. Even though I understood that I would probably never have the opportunity to see him again after graduation, as is the case with so many of my students, I knew that he was out there somewhere being his special self. The world will be a darker place without his special light. My deepest condolences to the Smith family.