186 East Avenue | Lockport, New York | 14094
Family and Fr. Joe Dumphrey honored my friend well, God Bless you "Bub"
We would like to extend our condolences to the Smith family. We are very saddened at the loss of Bubby, who was always such a great person, so respectful and friendly.
Dave, Roxanne and Family-- Just learned of Bubby's passing-- so very sorry. It's hard to remember a time when there wasn't Dick Crossett and Bubby Smith both establishing Lockport basketball traditions. After him, there were at least one or two long time b'ball managers following in his footsteps. My deepest sympathies to all of you. Bubby's memories live on!
Everybody loved Bubby, he was the pride of the Class of ‘72. To the wonderful Smith family, my classmates Rosemary and Martha, my teammate Dave, please accept my condolences
Sorry to hear about Bubba J I remember all the good times we enjoyed during High School.
Anyone connected with the basketball team during Bubby's high school years will fondly remember the joy and enthusiasm he brought to an entire school. Who will ever forget the famous "Bubba buttons" or his graduation luncheon in the LSHS cafeteria. Such a gentle person will certainly be missed. Condolences to the entire Smith family's
Dave and family, so sorry for your loss. Bowling will not be the same, Bubba will be missed. You and your family are in our prayers.
My heart goes out to the Smith family. Phil was a sweet person. I remember him on the track team. He loved throwing and working out. Rest in peace my friend.
186 East Avenue
Lockport, New York
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