Jordan Smith, 12 - June 05, 2014Jordan C. Smith, 12, of Cozad passed away Thursday, June 5, 2014, at his home.
Memorial services will take place on Thursday, June 12, at 10:30 a.m. at the Cozad United Methodist Church with the Rev. Doug Smith officiating. A private family burial will be conducted at a later date.
A memorial book signing will be Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Berryman Funeral Home.
Smith was born July 12, 2001, at Hastings, the youngest son of Kelly and Karla (Scarrow) Smith. He attended Cozad Elementary and Middle Schools.
His passion was to travel to other planets and to mingle with the stars, according to family members. He had an extreme curiosity of other dimensions and life after our own, especially after the loss of his uncle, Glen Smith, in a 2014 automobile accident.
Smith loved to play video games, football, go swimming and hang out with his sister, Jacey. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing and target shooting.
He was a happy, loving and caring young man, and warmed hearts everyday with his non-stop smiles and laughter, said the family. He will be missed and family members pray that his journey leads him to the destination he was seeking.
?Smith was preceded in death by: an infant sister, Kelsey Smith; maternal grandparents, Don and Brenda Scarrow; an uncle, Damon Scarrow; great-uncles—Glen Smith, Edward Smith, Don Smith and Lorin Wagner; great-grandparents, Edwin and Virginia Smith, Clyde and Elinor Wagner and Wilber and Esther Kruse; a great-great aunt, Dolly Zlomke.
Survivors include: his parents, Kelly and Karla Smith of Cozad; two sisters—Kandra (Kevin) Connelly of Missouri and Jacey Smith of Cozad; three brothers—Lane (Maggie Newburn) Smith, Katlin (Heather) Smith and Chance (Heather Cardenas) Smith, all of Cozad; grandparents, Gaylene Scarrow of Gothenburg, Sandy (Marvin) Tabor of Kimball and Bill Smith of Lexington; great-uncle, Larry Smith of Cozad; uncle and aunt, Shawn and Lorrie Scarrow; numerous other aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and other family members.
A memorial has been established.
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