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Danny Smith

February 20, 1959 ~ April 22, 2024

Danny Smith, 65 of Barefoot Bay, Florida, passed away peacefully on Monday, April 22, 2024, at home holding the hand of his dear friend Cindy Ross.

Danny was born to Clara Kathleen Silvey and Danny Clyde Smith in Indiana.  He’s preceeded in death by his mother.  He’s survived by his father in Missouri and his wife Patti, 3 sisters, Penny Smith Sachs in California, Rebecca Payne in Nevada, and Melissa Craft in Illinois.

Danny grew up in Westville, Illinois and attended Danville Area Community College.  He enjoyed life including traveling, gardening, building and flying remote controlled airplanes, grilling delicious meals, and spoiling his pets.

Danny’s stupid human talent was he could wiggle his ears.  He loved to make people laugh and never knew a stranger.  His theme for life was to remember the good in life and other people.

Many thanks to the people that helped him this last year and a half as his Pulmonary Fibrosis challenged him more each day…. The pharmacist at Florida Health Care Plans on Babcock that asked about him each time meds were picked up, Dr. Tonner and his staff that went above and beyond to do paperwork and referrals, Dr. Moss and his staff at Mayo Clinic for tests and trying meds to help make his breathing easier, Dr. O. at Sebastian River Medical Center on the second floor medical unit for his honesty, and Health First Hospice for easing the burden of the last couple weeks so he could stay at home with us.

In leiu of flowers, please send donations to H.A.L.O. No-Kill Rescue Shelter in Sebastian, FL.


Mary Parke

May 3, 2024, 10:16 pm

I’m really sorry for your loss Cindy, you were such a good and kind friend to Danny. Mary Sue

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