James B. Smith

March 05, 1961 - March 21, 2023

Visitation: Thursday 4 PM - 8PM at DEVLIN Funeral Home of Cranberry Twp, 2678 Rochester Rd

Service: Friday 10 AM at the Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry Twp, 2678 Rochester Rd.

James Smith, 62, passed away on Wednesday March 21, 2023. He was born in Pittsburgh to the late Donald and Gertrude Smith. Brother to Donna (William) Bell and Carol (the late Charles) Romano. Uncle to Donald Bell, David Bell, Amanda Parsons, Tracy Over, Sam Romano, and Dawn Fleishner. He is also survived by many great nieces and nephews.

James worked at the Walmart in Cranberry for many years before working at St. John’s in Mars.

Friends will be received on Thursday from 4 PM to 8 PM at DEVLIN Funeral Home of Cranberry Township, 2678 Rochester Rd. Service at the funeral home on Friday at 10 AM.

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  • Ed shell

    I feel the sorrow and I send my condolences to Jim’s extended family. I remember meeting Jim at West View Jr High and our continued friendship into high school. He most always had a positive attitude, a smile and was often laughing. Though he could be a bit bad in teasing, he kept it under control when confronted. Over the many years after graduation, I often hoped I’d run into him to catch up. But now I’m left with thanking him here for being that friend, during those difficult school years, when few were found. He probably never knew how he made a difference in this persons life. Now please fly high with your wings spread wide and embrace all the infinite love, peace and joy of the after life.

  • David and Kathy Smyth

    Carol, Donna, Tracy and families- please accept our sympathies on your loss. We will be praying for your family.

  • Holly Roach

    I will miss you my buddy. Love you babe. Fly high with the angels. You’ve earned your wings.❤️🙏

  • Melissa Augustine

    I just wanted to let Jim’s family know that I had the pleasure of working with him for the past few years and he was funny, kind and very friendly. Everybody loved him and we even had a joke name tag that he would wear everyday that said Jimberly. He made work fun. One of our last conversations was about how much we both enjoyed watching the Beverly hillbillies. He was always cracking jokes and gossiping and everyone who knew him will miss him. I’m so sorry to his sister…. he told me he lost his brother a few years ago and was close with his sister. I lost my brother a year ago…. it doesn’t get easier but it becomes bearable. The pain and joy will come in waves. Just hold on. They never leave, it’s not goodbye, it’s “I’ll see you later.”! I look forward to that day. ♥️

  • Kim Clyde

    Donna, Carol and family I’m so sorry for your loss. Jimmy was such a wonderful man. So glad I had the pleasure of knowing him. Always smiling!❤🙏🙏


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