February 28, 1965 ~ July 31, 2016

Todd Davis Smith, age 51, died peacefully on July 31, 2016, at Citizens Medical Center in Victoria, Texas, following a long illness.

Todd, son of Delbert and Glynda Smith, was born on Feb. 28, 1965, in Houston, Texas. He grew up in Lake Jackson, Texas, lettered in track at The University of Texas, and graduated from the University of Houston. Upon graduating, he became a fourth-generation Dow Chemical employee, working in materials handling. He later worked for a transportation company in Clear Lake.

Todd was an avid skier, hunter, and fisherman. He loved all sports. He loved spending time at the family’s Camp Creek lake house and at the hunting cabin in Cuero.

Todd is preceded in death by his grandparents, Clare and Edith Smith and Davis and Esther Cozart. He is survived by his parents; his sons Tyler Davis Smith and Nicholas Todd Smith; his sister Holly Hughes (Vance) and nieces Clare and Kate of Clear Lake; his uncle, George Cozart of Austin; and his special friend Annette Franco of Victoria, Texas.

Visitation will be held at 1 pm on Friday, August 5, followed by services at 2 pm at Davis Cozart Funeral Home in Normangee, Texas. Burial will be at Hopewell Cemetery, Normangee, Texas.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Zion Lutheran Church, 514 Zion Cemetery Road, Cuero, Texas 77954 or to a charity of your choice.

Psalm 121:1-2 I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth.

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  1. We are so very sorry. Please know our prayers and thoughts are with you. May God surround you with his comforting peace and grace now and in the most difficult days ahead. Love ya’ll dearly, Carl and Glenda

  2. I don’t recall seeing Todd after high school graduation, but I remember him well from baseball, football and track at LJIS and Bwood. I remember him as funny, kind and generous man. May he rest in peace.

  3. Thoughts and prayers for Todd, his family and his sons. May you find peace and comfort in the love that he brought to your life.

  4. Glenda & Delbert,

    I’m so sorry for your loss and praying for your family. Todd was a good person and always friendly to everyone. May God grant you peace.
    Kimberly Kershaw Boehnke

  5. I am so very sorry for your loss. Todd was a very kind man with a gentle spirit. May his memory be eternal…

  6. I will never forget the twinkle in Todd’s eyes. I remember him throwing paper wads at me in first grade and trying to teach me how to ride a motorcycle at Camp Creek. The twinkle never stopped! Rest in peace, my childhood friend.

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