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Robert Stanley Smith Jr

Robert Stanley Smith, Jr., 62, passed away at 9:15 a.m. on August 7th, 2018 at Ogden Regional Hospital while under the care of Access/Signature Hospice.  He was born on December 7, 1955, in San Jose, California.  He graduated in 1974 from Mission San Jose High School, Fremont, California.

He married Peggy Crowl in 1978 in Fremont, California.  They later divorced.  He married Lorena Taylor in 1995 in Farmington, Utah. 

Robert was preceded in death by his second wife, Lorena (Taylor) Smith, his father, Robert Stanley Smith, Sr., and mother, Mildred Lucille (Cordeiro) Smith.  Robert is survived by his son, Robert Stanley Smith, III, his grandsons, Connor and Logan Smith, all of Stockton, California; sisters, Margaret (Charles) Bishop, Muncie, Indiana, and Babette (the late Dennis) Hillyer, Layton, Utah, and several nieces and nephews.

He lived in Layton, Utah for the last 23 years and worked at Oldcastle (AMCOR) in Salt Lake City, from 1995 until his death.

He was lovingly known as Bobby and Bob to his family and friends.  He was a member of ABATE and often rode his Harley throughout Utah.  He was a huge NASCAR fan, collected stamps, coins, and die-cast cars. He used to love to fish and go camping.  He was an avid sports fan and enjoyed playing Fantasy Football.

Thanks to the nursing staff at Ogden Regional Hospital for their care during his illness and a special thanks to the staff at Access/Signature Hospice.

There will be no services.


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Taylor Aug 3 2019 12:00 AM

Thank you, Michael, for your kind words. He will truly be missed. He really was special in many ways and his work ethic was one of his strengths!

Margaret Bishop Aug 20 2018 12:00 AM

Bobby you will be missed at Amcor, I appreciate all you did for me over the years we worked together. I admired yourhard work andhowyou continued tocome to work as long as you did. To the Smithfamily, I hope you are comforted in this time, we appreciated Bobbyyears of service.

Michael Ward Aug 17 2018 12:00 AM