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Roger William Smith, 61, of Bloomingdale, Georgia and widower of Jennifer Deborah Smith, died Sunday morning, July 10, 2022, at his home.

Born in Savannah, Georgia, he was a son of Shirley Ann Tullis Smith and the late Hoyt Smith, Jr. Mr. Smith was of the Pentecostal Holiness faith. Roger was an electrician.

In addition to his wife and his father, he was preceded in death by a sister, Debra Ann Smith; a brother, Ricky Smith; and a grandson, Clayton.

Survivors include his mother, Shirley Ann Tullis Smith; two daughters, Amber Key and her husband, Rusty, and Ashley Perry and her husband, Anthony; one son, Austin Smith and his wife, Brandi; eight grandchildren, Logan, Braleigh, Cayden, Cameron, Kiersten, Nolan, Tyres, Hope and Trenton; two sisters, Wanda Ilami and Marie Cramer and her husband, Gerald; one brother, Jeffrey Smith and his wife, Kathy, and several nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 10 until 11 o’clock Wednesday morning, July 13, 2022, at Savannah Holy Church of God – 707 Little Neck Road, Savannah.

The funeral service will be held at 11o’clock Wednesday morning, July 13, 2022, at Savannah Holy Church of God. Interment will be in St. Luke’s United Methodist Church Cemetery in Bluffton.

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  1. Toni Duncan Copeland says:

    Sad news to hear this, may the Lord God give you all a peace that is comforting to you each in a special way. May your heart heal quickly and you remember only the good times you have had with this sweet man.

  2. Theresa says:

    Roger “Bo”, has made it to where we all work
    Very earnest to live eternally. Bo had been in the
    Hospital a time or 2, when physicians would say
    “ He will not make it”. Our precious loving God,
    Spared his life for his service and his will.
    We serve an all knowing merciful God. Bo Loved
    The Lord. I was so very proud to see him very
    Faithfully in church every Sunday. There was a
    Spot that is / his spot in church. If he wasn’t there
    And I told him , I missed him. He let me know
    He was in service. He said “ I picked up my mama
    And took her to church. I sat with my mama
    In church last week.” That’s a very honorable
    Thing is to take your parent to their church.
    I am very Thankful, Bo truly Loved & had a relationship with Our Heavenly Father. I’m
    Speaking from talking to him. You could
    See the joy, the Love on his face. He had
    A beautiful smile when he spoke of The Lord.

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