Albert E. Smallwood

December 31, 1939 - January 18, 2021

Visitation: Thursday 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. at Devlin Funeral Home Ross Twp.

Service: Faith Lutheran Church, Laurel Gardens Friday 11:00 a.m.


Of Avalon, on Monday, January 18, 2021. Born December 31, 1939 in Pittsburgh, Pa Son of the late Albert and Wilma Smallwood. Beloved husband of the late Donna (Peters) Smallwood; Loving father of Jeffrey A. (Patty), Mark A. (Beth), and Kevin A. (Tracy); Proud grandfather of Josh, Samantha, Luke, Olivia, Emily, Marco, Johnny, Taylor, Charlie “Bam”, and the late Ben; Preceded in death by his twin brother Robert and his younger brother David. Also survived by loving nieces and nephews. Friends will be received on Thursday from 2-4 & 6-8PM at DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME, INC. 806 Perry Hwy., Ross Twp. Funeral Service in Faith Lutheran Church, laurel Gardens Friday 11:00 a.m. Everyone please meet at Church. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.

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  • George and Candace Hunter

    Mr. Smallwood was a very nice man. He was always kind to us kids growing up. Later in life when I would see him it was always great to stop and chat. You always smiled when you talked to him. Deepest sympathies to the family. We love you all.

  • David Shombert

    So sorry to hear of his passing. Al was a good friend to me in high school and beyond; I was an usher at his wedding to Donna and I remember them both fondly. He was a true friend.

  • Denny and Joyce Weber

    We have such great memories of your father! He was such a good son, husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend! The great get togethers with the Smallwood clan were always fun and being around such a good hearted person like your father was always a pleasure. I also remember the special closeness he had with his brother Bob and the compassion he displayed during Bob and Sue’s difficult times. I personally recall spending a number of hours just sitting around with both of them talking about sports, golf, life issues or the next bus tour he had to take. Al & Bob were “peas of a pod” and had so much goodness in their hearts. AL used to always thinks Joyce was so funny…and she in turn would just love his smile and laughter. Just a gem of a guy!
    Sorry we couldn’t pay our respects in person…but please know that your dad is in our thoughts and prayers! We pray for the repose of his soul and have faith that he’ll be reunited with your mom in eternal salvation!
    Joyce & Denny Weber

  • Sally Schirnhofer

    Sorry for your loss. I went to school with al from 6th grade on. He was a great guy.

  • FRANK S SHOEMAKER Lenzner Coach USA

    Sorry for Your Loss I will always remember all the bus trips we did together throughout the years and all the golf outings with him and his brothers around the area and on a few trips when we had spare time to find a course to play he could of played Pro he taught me some great techniques to improve my game

  • Norretta Cooper

    I had the privilege of working with Al at Lenzner. He was always a gentleman and always made sure our tours were enjoyable and safe for our passengers. My condolences to his family. He will always be fondly remembered.

  • Rob Wible

    Mr. Smallwood was my elementary school bus driver. I remember him driving Bus 3 bringing me home from afternoon kindergarten at Ohio Township Elementary 36 years ago. Later, I would see him and his brother Dave at Lenzner’s. He always kept an eye out for me and for my brothers on our busy road, and I know my parents were grateful. From all of the Wibles, please accept our condolences.

  • Edward Kolczynski Jr

    Sorry for your loss my family sends our thoughts and prayers.

 

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