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Obituary of Kermit Woodrow Smith
The passing of Kermit Woodrow Smith, born on November 26, 1936, occurred at York Care Centre,
Kermit grew up on a poultry farm in Burden, NB, where his gift of being a mechanic began at an early age fixing the farm tractor. As an adult he was a heavy equipment mechanic with Rosser Sales & Equipment, Ludford Construction and the NB Dept. of Transportation.
Kermit was a quiet man but one on one he provided great stories of delivering chickens/egg to Quebec, bulldozing in Gagetown, or on the job fixing the road grader in the middle of nowhere, just to list a few. He enjoyed snow plowing with the road grader, gardening, being with his family and friends and making curly fries on special occasions! Not only did Kermit give of his time to many in need, but also 100 blood donations to the Canadian Blood Service. Because of his strong faith in Jesus Christ, he served in different positions at the
Along with Carole, Kevin and Sherri Lynn Kermit is survived by Carole’s son, Gregory Moore; his brother, Edward Smith (Donna Lee); sisters, Margaret Chase, Barbara Kilburn (Kirk Wilson), Mary Vanginhoven (John) and Bonnie Grey (Brian); sisters-in-law, Carol and June Smith, Eva Munn and Alida Cripps; brothers-in-law, Donald Gillies, David Saunders (Anita) and Dennis Warren; several nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, Karl and Phyllis Smith, he was predeceased by his wife, Anne; brothers, Albert and Paul Smith; sister, Dorothy Gillies; brothers-in-law, Ken Chase and Glen Kilburn; Anne’s brothers, Donald, Raye, Merlin and Vernon Warren; brothers-in-law, Dave Cripps and Paul Munn and nephew, Kenny Chase.
Thank you to all the staff on Tower 3 at York Care Centre, for the great care Kermit received.
There will be no visitation; the Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, October 25, 2022 at 2 pm at the