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Friday, March 13, 2015

DL Capt. Edward Paul Smith

Dear friends, you are invited to join in the celebration of DL Capt. Edward Paul Smith's life..................
Saturday, May 9th from 4-8:00 PM at the
Smith residence,  12532 Darvish Lane , Alpharetta  GA 30005.....
please see information below....thank you/Carol for the PCN
 

From: David L. Roberts Sent: Monday, April 06, 2015 12:26 PM   Subject: Celebration of Life for Edward Paul Smith (5/9)

From:  Ed & Cheryl Smith's granddaughter Elsie.
I am writing on behalf of my grandmother, Cheryl Smith (cc-d here). We would be very appreciative if you could please forward the invitation below to the Retirement Network you manage.

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Please see below an invitation to a Celebration of Life for Edward Paul Smith. Ed retired from Delta Airlines as an L-1011 International Captain, serving Delta for 33 years from 1964-1997. During his service, he was based out of New Orleans, Dallas, Los Angles, and Atlanta.

Please RSVP by using the link below.



RSVP BY CLICKING HERE


Read Captain Edward Smith's obituary here:
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/atlanta/obituary.aspx?n=edward-paul-smith&pid=174384050
 

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~ IN MEMORY ~
DL Capt. Edward Paul Smith
December 12, 1936 ~ March 9, 2015

News with the passing of Delta Golden Wings member retired DL pilot Captain Ed Smith has been received.  Captain Smith joined Delta Air Lines 08-03-1964 and was based ATL/031 at the time of his retirement in January 1997.
Survived by his wife Cheryl Barrett Smith, personal condolences may be sent to the family at
12532 Darvish Lane , Alpharetta  GA 30005-7828  ...  (770) 864-1496  ...  (678) 620-0193
We understand that Memorial Services will be held for Captain Smith but those arrangements are not yet known.  Should we receive more information we will be sure to pass it along.
Thank you,
~ Carol for the PCN 
Captain Edward Paul Smith of Alpharetta, Georgia born December 12, 1936 took his last flight west on March 9, 2015. Ed is survived by his wife of 39 years, Cheryl Barrett Smith. Ed was born in Louisville, Kentucky and resided in California, Washington D.C., and Louisiana. He graduated in 1955 from Jesuit High School in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1956, he began collegiate studies at the University of San Francisco in California. By 1964, he attained a Bachelor of Science Degree from Loyola University in New Orleans, where he was a member of the Beggars Fraternity. Ed entered the United States Naval Flight Training program in 1958; upon completion, he accepted a commission as a Second Lt. in the United States Marine Corps. He served nine years in the Marine Corps with an honorable discharge at the rank of Captain in 1967. Ed retired from Delta Airlines as an L-1011 International Captain, serving Delta for 33 years from 1964-1997. During his service, he was based out of New Orleans, Dallas, Los Angles, and Atlanta. Ed was a vestry member of St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Church in Thomaston, Georgia. Ed's pride and joy was the rehabilitation of The Elms Plantation, circa 1838, a Greek Revival raised cottage in Talbot County, Georgia. In 2001, Ed was honored by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation with an award of excellence for complete rehabilitation of The Elms. His profound knowledge of the classics, history, and preservation distinguished Ed in all his many endeavors. Throughout his life, "Fast Eddy" was an avid car enthusiast, winning several awards for building, refurbishing, and maintaining classic exotic cars. Ed is survived by his three children, James Alexander Smith, Claire Smith Thornton, and Stephanie Smith Lievsay; three grandchildren, Jonathan Edward Boman, Elise Nicole Blasingame, and Jack Edward Lievsay; two sisters, Elizabeth Dolores Covey and Mary Alexes Miller; the mother of his children, Barbara Blaine Smith; four nieces, Sarah Miller Corey, Melody Blust Duke, Renee Degioanni Humme, and Emily Elizabeth Mimbs; two nephews, Jared Barrett Briant and Blair Nicholas Briant; three great grandchildren, Haley, Abriella, and Kylah Boman; in-laws, Dr. Ronald Anthony Barrett, Kathleen Langston Barrett, Charlene Barrett Degioanni, Paul Adrian Degioanni, Cynthia Rita Barrett, Karen Barrett Goldenberg, Richard A. Goldenberg, Ronald Anthony Barrett Jr., Cadence Wagner Barrett; and his beloved dachshund Lulu. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research at: https://www.michaeljfox.org/get-involved/donation2.php?pg=tribute
.Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Mar. 13, 2015

From: Wayne Witter Sent: Monday, March 09, 2015 1:52 PM   To: PilotCommunicationNet@googlegroups.com


FELLOW PILOTS, FLIGHT ATTENDANTS & FRIENDS OF CAPTAIN EDWARD P. SMITH.....................................

Ed went home to be with the Lord at 00:15 this morning.  He went peaceably in his sleep with his family at his side.  As soon as Cheryl gets the details set with the kids, etc., I will forward it to you all.  Ed is to be cremated & there will be a Memorial Service for him here in ATL and/or perhaps MSY.  Will send it all out as soon as I receive it in the next couple of days!  Thanks to you all for your thoughts & prayers for Ed & for Cheryl & the rest of the family. Stand by....................

Wayne

From: Wayne Witter captwow@bellsouth.net  
Sent: Sunday, March 08, 2015 1:50 PM   To: 'PilotCommunicationNet@googlegroups.com'
 
Captain Ed Smith, 78, is in Embracing Hospice in Cumming, GA* & is not expected to live but a few more days!  His wife Cheryl & other family members are at his side with many pilots & friends coming in for a few minutes.  It is VERY sad to see him in this condition knowing him for the 35+ years some of us have.  Ed was based in MSY & ATL and retired in 1997. He was very active in ALPA work & a true friend.

Contact Information:

Cheryl Smith    678.426.1712  (mo)      cherylbsmith@att.net                            12532 Davish Lane
770.964.1496 (h)                                                                                  Alpharetta, GA 30005   

                                    
More information to follow as the situation dictates.

Wayne O. Witter
MSY/ATL/LGA

770.393.2118                 captwow@bellsouth.net

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