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Arthur Glen Smith

06/21/1957 - 05/06/2018

Arthur Glen Smith (Tapper) age 60, passed away May 6, 2018 at Essentia Health in Virginia. Services will be held at Range Funeral Home in Virginia on Friday, May 11, 2018 at 3:00. Visitation will be one-hour prior. Arrangements are with Range Funeral Home in Virginia. To sign the online guest book or to send condolences, please visit www.rangefuneralhomes.com.

He was born June 21, 1957 in Virginia, the son of Arthur J. and Carol M. (Faltinoski) Smith. He was a 1976 graduate of Tower-Soudan High School and a proud resident of Soudan, MN.
Arthur was a long time, dedicated employee of the Coca Cola Bottling Company in Virginia. He had a great sense of humor, enjoyed watching Minnesota sports and loved music of all kinds. Mostly, he was a good neighbor and friend.

Arthur is survived by his sister Coleen (Connie) Smith of Virginia and numerous nieces and nephews including his “little angel” Logan DeLeon.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Arthur and Carol Smith, two sisters, Carol Jean Nelson and Patricia Burris and three brothers William (Butch) Smith, Allan Smith and Rodney Smith. He left behind his beloved dog Sallie.

3 thoughts on “Arthur Glen Smith”

  1. Carmen Pernu says:

    Sconce, We were so sorry to hear of Glens passing. We both thought highly of him and enjoyed his company.. We remember how hard he worked getting says wood for gramma. Tyne. Shuggo told him to rest, but he kept goin. He was a hard worker. I rem e never when one of inefficiencies kicked him , Glen kicked him back. Well the boy came to me complain Glen was right there and he told me Brad had been kicking him a!l day, so I told Brad h”you got what you dezerved. “. I think k Glen thought I would be mad but I wasn’t, I knew what a handful that Brad was. We love you Sconce Nd out heart aches for you in this so sad loss. Hugs and kisses to yoy, Carol and her family. You take care and we love you. Carmen.

  2. Terry Bober says:

    RIP Art…was a pleasure knowing you

  3. Brian Naykki says:

    Wow I been thinking about Art for awhile and just came across this..wow so sad! Art was a great friend, fun to talk with, was hilarious. When I would work at Fuel and Food in Tower, Art would come in and stay for hours..owners got mad at him..but I always enjoyed his company..RIP Art

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05/11/2018 at 3:00PM
Range Funeral Homes, 16th Street North, Virginia, MN, USA

Visitation begins at 2:00PM