Thomas Euclid Smith

Born: Thu., Aug. 1, 1940
Died: Mon., Jul. 1, 2019

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Thomas Euclid Smith, 79, of Wheeling, WV, passed away on July 1, 2019 at Wheeling Hospital.  He was born on August 1, 1940 to the late James Stephen and Helen Virginia (Meals) Smith. He was proceeded in death by his daughter in law Erica L(Woods) Smith. He is survived by his wife of 57 years Donna Jean (Duffy) Smith, son Jimmie Smith of Wheeling, daughter Dawn Renee Smith of Wheeling, trusting companion Jasmine, one brother Larry L(Charlotte) Smith of Wheeling. He was a retired Kroger Manager with 41 years of service including the Moundsville, WV, and Mt. DeChantal Rd. He was a member of the Cave club, Elm Grove Eagles #1891, WV Snakes Club & Warwood VETS, at his request there will be no visitation or services. Schuetz Funeral Home is assisting the family. 

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Dennis R Albaugh
   Posted Sun July 07, 2019
My sincere and deepest condolences to the family and friends of Tom. Denny Albaugh

Tina & John Kovalchie
   Posted Sun July 07, 2019
So very sorry to hear of your loss. You have our sympathy.

Bill Theil
   Posted Sun July 07, 2019
Donna and family, So sorry to hear of Tom's passing. He was one of a kind and will be missed. We were lucky to have known and work with him.
Bill and Judy Theil

Chuck Taskalines
   Posted Sun July 07, 2019
Sorry to hear of Tom`s passing. I first met Tom when he was Co- Manager, at N-206 ( Where Peebles is now in Moundsville Shopping Plaza) Later he was Manager at 295.We all worked hard, Tom made a lot of profit for the company! Rest in Peace old friend. Prayers, to Donna, and family

Jim Bartsch
   Posted Sun July 07, 2019
So sorry to hear if Tom’s passing. Having known Tom for 40+ years , gave me many opportunities, to enjoy his humor and many great stories!

Sally Sechrest
   Posted Sun July 07, 2019
Donna and family, I was shocked and very saddened to hear of Toms passing. My time working for him at the 29th Street store taught me the importance of hard work and dedication to your job but yet enjoying every moment. I’m so happy that we crossed paths here lately and I got to reminisce with Tom about those days. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

William O'Connell
   Posted Sun July 07, 2019
Tom was a wonderful Boss and Friend. I worked for him at store 378 Wheeling WVA. I had talked with him in January 2019. Sounded like the great man I remember. He will be missed. Sending prayers to the Family

Faye Oldham
   Posted Sun July 07, 2019
Jim and family I was sorry to hear about your father's passing. I remember how kind he was to me. Always speaking to me You are in my prayers

Ray Fadul
   Posted Mon July 08, 2019
Dear Donna, Jim and Renee,
We just learned of Tom’s passing and wanted to offer our condolences to your family. We are thinking of you during this difficult time. Ray and Janice

Chuck McGinnis
   Posted Wed July 10, 2019
Tom was my first boss and over the years he became a good friend. He could be tough, and sometimes crazy, but he ALWAYS put the customers and his employees first. I learned so much from him in 13 years, And I will always be grateful for the lessons he taught me. Rest In Peace, Tom!

My condolences to Donna, Jimmie and Dawn Renee. God bless you and be with you in the very hard time.

Janet Besece
   Posted Thu July 11, 2019
Donna and family,
Extending my heartfelt sympathy. There were many shared memories with Tom and my father, Bob Besece throughout the years. Wish you comfort and peace in the days ahead.

Janet Besece-Sexton

Rena Winesburg Schooles
   Posted Mon July 29, 2019
Donna and family, I was saddened and shocked to hear about Tom! I have great memories while working with him at Moundsville and Mt de Chantel Kroger! He was a hard worker and never will forget our trip to Las Vegas! U are in my thoughts and prayers!