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I got a phone call today. It was one of those phone calls you never want to get. It was Oldfolks aka Steve Smiths wife leaving me a message. Today we lost a great friend, pal, hunting partner and a very well loved member of our family.

I met Steve about 10 years ago and we hit it off from the get go. He was from Maryland and wanted to learn a little bit about the outdoors. So off we went. Every chance we got we either hit the woods or the water or a gun show. You name it we were their. Steve had a love for life that was endless. He was a character like no other. He was always thinking outside of the box, just to say why ? He always kept me in line and was someone that I could always confide in. No matter what was going on he always took a minute to listen to me complain , then he would just laugh to say, " Youngen its just not worth getting worked up over."


He was a husband, a friend, a brother, a uncle to my girls, a member, a Mason, a fellow Crow Buster that is loved and will be missed.





We Love You , Steve



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I would like to express my heartfelt sympathy for your loss. God bless his family and his friends. Sorry Popper.

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Sorry to hear that.

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Chuck: I am sure Steve treasures your remarks and feelings. His memory will come to mind every time you see a crow fly by!!

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Chuck,

It's very tough loosing a close shooting partner, they are indeed hard to come by. My old pal Boyd Robeson died almost 9 years ago and I still miss him, when crow season rolls around I think of him everyday ! You never quite get over it, you just learn to live with it!

You have my sincere condolences.

Bob A.

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Sorry for your loss Puppy! Send our condolence from all of us "CROW BUSTER'S"

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Your words say it all,Puppy. Sorry to hear about your good friend,the man up stairs will keep an eye him for you.  sadangel.gif

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I have not lost a hunting partner yet but know if I live long enough it will happen. At 53 I have lost almost everyone in my family a generation above me. I have lost classmates and coworkers, some at my age and younger. Accidents, cancers, heart attacks. Fact is we never know when our time is up. All I know is enjoy today, hope for tomorrow but know tomorrow will be different. Let your loved ones know how much you care about them and don't go to bed mad with someone you care about.

Puppy, I have traveled to the east as well. Think upon the lessons you were taught, especially the 3rd degree, for me they help keep these matters in perspective.

Sorry about your friend.

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Thank You.

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