Guy "Tim" Smith

Obituary of Guy "Tim" H. Smith

FORT COVINGTON – Guy "Tim" Smith, 79, passed away unexpectedly at his home Friday (Sept. 17, 2021). Arrangements are with the Flint Funeral Home, Moira. Born December 30, 1941, the son of Guy and Geneva (Elliott) Smith. He graduated from Salmon River School in 1960. Tim was employed with ALCOA for 36 years. Tim was very active in public service. He served 38 years of elected Service in Franklin County. His career began as a Town Councilman of Fort Covington which he served for 5 years, later elected to the position of Fort Covington, Town Supervisor retiring in 1995. From 2001 -2016 Tim was a Legislator for District 1 which he served for 16 years. For 43 years Tim was a member of the North Aurora Lodge # 383 Masonic Lodge, and a longtime member of the American Legion Post 1418, Fort Covington. Tim was honorably discharged from the United States Army. He was an active member of the American Legion Post 1418 at the time of his passing, which was a big part of Tim's life. Tim loved life whether it was being with his family, volunteering in the community or Franklin County. His quick wit, sense of humor, endless stories and his famous laugh will be forever remembered and missed. He lived his life simplistically in "WOLF SWAMP" as he would say. He found much peace being in his home tending to his garden. Treasured memories will be forever in the hearts of his brother William (Bill) Smith of Massena, Two sisters Caroline Robinson of Malone, Pauline (Flossie) Hammill of Westville, and a brother-in-law James Hammill. A time of visitation will be held Wednesday (Sept. 22) from 2-4 and 6-8 at the Flint Funeral Home, Moira. Member of the North Aurora Lodge #383 Masonic Lodge will gather at the funeral home Wed. evening at 6 p.m. Funeral Services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will commence in Maple Hill Cemetery. Memorial Contributions in Tim's honor may be made to the American Legion Post 1418, Fort Covington Fire or to the Fort Covington Rescue. Besides his parents he is predeceased by a brother John and a sister Dorothy Smith Morey. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.flintfuneralhomeny.com