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Leo Smith

Leo "Shane" Smith

Monday, May 31st, 1971 - Thursday, July 18th, 2019
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Leo “Shane “Smith was born in Harbor City, CA May 31, 1971 to Alma Irene Graham and Leo Charles Smith. He went home to our father in heaven on July, 18 2019 in Brian Head Utah. For most of his life he was an Electrician and later in life he started doing god’s work as a food bank administrator and deacon at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Henderson NV. God saw what he did here on earth and decide he needed his help in heaven. He is survived by his wife Susan Smith, son Fernando Priborsky, father Leo C Smith, stepmother Christine Delmar, mother Alma I Graham, step father Brian Graham, sister in law Jennifer Ann Priborsky, sister Roberta Williams, and many in laws, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. He touched so many people’s lives with god’s work and he will be missed by many, He was a giant teddy bear with a sarcastic humor that loved children and all kinds of people. He would never turn anyone away and accepted you no matter what you did or who you were. His world revolved around doing god’s work. Service will be held Sunday Aug, 04, 2019 2PM at Our Saviors Lutheran Church 59 Lynn Lane Henderson NV 89015.
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    Sunday, August 4th, 2019 | 2:00pm
    Sunday, August 4th, 2019 2:00pm
    Our Saviors Lutheran Church
    59 Lynn Lane
    Henderson, Nevada 89015
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Diane Leyba

Posted at 01:25am
Awww my BIG teddy bear. I was so shocked to hear the shocking news. Never thought god would take you so soon, as you have helped so many, to countiue your journey in the heavens above. From the first day i met you, i knew i met an angel. Gonna miss the great times we all had. The laughs, tears, and and the. Kindness you gave. You always had my back and you will always have a place in my heart. Never forgotten my friend. May you go home and be at peace. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Tamara Perez

Posted at 11:58pm
My dear friend gone so soon.. you were the sweetest kindest man I know. You always put others before yourself. I had the opportunity for eight years to work with you and without you I could of never helped our community. Every month you took the time and brought food out to the community and helped so many. You always helped everyone e en when you were sick. Through all of that we had a great friendship and shared lots of memories with you and the family. You gave me the best advice and we're always there to listen and laugh with. I always remember as soon as you pulled up to deliver the food you would always give me a big hug and always before we passed out food, we always said a prayer together. When times were hard for me you were always there and always a inspiration to me to keep going even on the bad days. One thing that always stuck in my mind you told me and even later I reminded you..we might give out food to hundreds and some might complain or be ungrateful but it doesn't matter because IF we can help just one person or child in that line not go home hungry , it was all worth it to help that one person. You will be so missed. My prayers are with the family and with Susan. You meant so much to many. I know you are smiling down on us. I will miss you friend.

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