David Albert Smith, 39, of Lenox

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By Monday, Jul 10 Obituaries

David Albert Smith, 39, of Lenox, died suddenly at his home on July 7, 2017.

Born in Norwich, Connecticut, on June 15, 1978, to the late James E. Smith Jr. and Lisa M. Brunell Cahalan, he attended local schools. After high school, David worked as a chef for numerous different restaurants; his favorite place of employment was the Olde Heritage Tavern.

Mr. Smith enjoyed history, science, writing, poetry, cars, and had a love for ships and the Navy.

David is survived by his mother, Lisa M. Cahalan, and stepfather Keith W. Cahalan of Lenox; his three children Eustacia Jade Smith, Owynn Lewys Davidson-Smith and Damian Megatron Smith; brothers Michael Anthony Cahalan and James Everett Smith III; sister Nicole Renee Smith; and his children’s mothers Colleen Bledsoe and Chasity Shepard.

He was predeceased by his father James Everett Smith Jr.

The funeral of Mr. David A. Smith, who died Friday, July 7,, will be held Friday, July 14, at 11 a.m. at the Reigning Love Church in Pittsfield. Burial will follow in Mountain View Cemetery in Lenox. A calling hour will precede the funeral. In lieu of flowers, donations in Dave’s memory may be made to the Roche Funeral Home to help offset funeral expenses. To share memories and stories, visit http://www.rochefuneralhome.com.


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