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For as long as I can remember dr. Smith was my doctor he was the doctor who showed he really cared he was a good man and there will never be another like him.

Posted by: antonio boston    Apr 02, 2012

My children and myself just loved Dr. Smith. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Dr. Smith helped us very much throughout the years. We would go see him for various things even after my children were grown. They are now 26 and 24 years of age. My son 24 went for his first real job interview after graduating from college, they asked him to go to his doctor for a physical this was in April of

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Posted by: Paula, Tiffany, and Eric Doege - La Vernia, TX   May 24, 2006

My mother was visiting this week and told me of your recent loss. It has been more years than I care to think about since I had the opportunity to see Dr.Smith, but I will never forget his kindness and how he always made me feel welcome in your home. Having lost my own Dad several years ago, I know how difficult a time this is for all of you. I pray that through his Spirit you will feel God's

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Posted by: Bubba Schultz - El Dorado, AR   May 19, 2006

I just saw Sunday's paper yesterday and read about Frosty's death and service last week...I am so sorry for your loss. Dr. Frosty was so kind to everyone. I will always remember how wonderful he was to take care of my brother Ron when he pushed his hand through the choir room window at AHHS...He always had a smile on his face...even when I had to phone home about something Forrest had done in class...You children are all adults now

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Posted by: Ilene Arbetter - San Antonio, TX   May 11, 2006

We have been out of town and were very sadden to learn that Frost passed away.He was such a positive person with a great sense of humor and with great concern for his patients. He will be missed.

Posted by: June and Howard Britton - San Antonio, TX   May 11, 2006

Harriet and Mike, Last night in BSF I learned of Frosty's 'promotion to glory.' I specifically remember his smile when I told him what a wonderful daughter he had raised to put up with a husband who took tour groups to Israel all the time. It was the first month or so after Etta and I had been to Israel with Mike and Ron, and it was the shake hands and greet segment of BSF. It is always encouraging to

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Posted by: Robert Fanning, M. D. - San Antonio, TX   May 09, 2006

Dr. Smith was my doctor growing up. I'm 32 years old now, and only have vague memories of him, but he was always wonderful. I remember visiting him and Peggy up front. He'll be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Posted by: Michael Barger - College Station, TX   May 09, 2006

Dr. smith was my son's doctor for too short a time before he retired, and in that short time we became very fond of him. He was the most generous and loving person whom i have met in a long time, he will always be remembered fondly and missed everyday. My prayers are with your family.

Posted by: theresa gonzales - san antonio, TX   May 09, 2006

Dear Betty, Forrest, Madison, Alexine, Harriet and each family member -
Bob and I were saddened to hear of Frosty's passing. He was a wonderful man who meant so much to so many, most especially I know to each of you. Please know that Bob and I will be thinking of you in the days and months to come.
With love,

Posted by: Paige Vanosky - Rancho Santa Fe, CA   May 08, 2006

David -

Nancy and I hold you in our prayers at this time of sorrow and celebration.

Dave & Nancy

Posted by: Dave & Nancy McNiel - Houston, TX   May 08, 2006