LaMont Wood Smith
1928 ~ 2010

Our loving husband, father, brother and friend passed away August 18, 2010.

LaMont was born in Hill Spring, Alberta, Canada on September 18, 1928 to Archie and Myrtle Smith. In 1953 he was married in the Cardston Temple to his loving wife, Nola Fisher.

He was a professor at BYU and loved his many students. LaMont was a true cowboy and loved working on the farm with his horses. He served in many callings in the LDS church.

His true love was his wife of 57 years and his family.

He was preceeeded in death by his parents, brothers; Dale and Bryan and sister; Shirley. LaMont is survived by his wife, Nola and their seven children; Stan & Kerry, Duane, Sheila & Richard Cope, Ginny & Kevin Adams, Phil & Shani, Matt & Alysa and Julie, his sister Nan Olsen, brother Carlos and 27 grandchildren whom he loved and who loved him dearly; Leslie, Lisa (Nathan), David (Jamie), Tamara, Eric, Nick (Gina), Tyler, Josh, Ryan, Staci, Jeremy (Tasha), Spencer, Steven, Katie, Amy, Scott, Mellaina, Rachel, Jeff, Kamree (Stefen), Tanner, Savannah, Easton, Dallin, Alexis, Ethan, Sarah and four great grandchildren

Funeral services for LaMont will be held Monday, August 23, 2010 at 11:00 am in the Cedar Hills 10th LDS Ward Chapel located at 9737 North Chesterfield Drive, Cedar Hills, Utah. Family and friends may call on Monday morning from 9:30 to 10:30 am prior to services at the church. Burial will be at the American Fork City Cemetery.

 

Click Here To Send a Message to the Family

 

 

 

Marcus Don Walker

Born Jan. 18, 1944
Died April 24, 2017
Marc was raised in Kamas, Utah, and graduated from South Summit High School in 1962. He spent time in the Utah National Guard ...READ MORE>

Gwendolyn Madge Ellertson Nash

Born Dec. 19, 1924
Died April 22, 2017
Madge graduated with a B.S. from BYU in 1948 with a focus on Elementary Education and Psychology. After their marriage she ...READ MORE>

Kay Marie (Katie) Durfee Smith

Born June 15, 1961
Died April 23, 2017
She loves the Lord, the Gospel and her posterity. She is survived by her eternal companion, nine children ...READ MORE>

Fifita Ofa Ki Amelika Schaumkel Price

Born August 29, 1937
Died April 14, 2017
Ofa loved sports she played outdoor basketball, softball, and indoor basketball. She was a super good athlete excelling in each sport and becoming and Auckland ...READ MORE>

     Warenski Funeral Home | American Fork, UT 84003 | 1776 North 900 East | Tel: 801.763.5000 | Fax: 801.763.5002