In memory of Jack Smith

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The Smith Family

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In memory of Jack Smith

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Everyone that had the pleasure of knowing Jack knew how much he loved to be around children. He was never happier than when he got to spend time with any of his 15 cherished grandchildren. Even into his eighties, Jack would get down on the floor and play with the kids and seemed to love every minute of it. The grandchildren, in turn, loved the attention he showered on them.

It was no surprise that Jack was heartbroken when his grandson Dylan drowned in Puerto Rico following an epileptic episode three years ago. We would like to invite you to contribute to our Faces fundraising campaign for NYU Langone Medical Center to help cure epilepsy while at the same time honoring Jack, so that no parent or grandparent will suffer the pain of losing a loved one to this disease. The funding will enable the best medical care, research and education for epilepsy and seizures.

If you feel motivated to donate any amount, no matter the size, please do so. Your gift would mean so much to the entire Smith family and to everyone who depends on the work of NYU Langone’s faculty and staff.

Thank you for your support.

In memory of Jack Smith
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How Your Support Makes a Difference

This campaign supports: FACES (Finding a Cure for Epilepsy and Seizures)

Your gift to FACES helps our specialists make major strides toward a cure for epilepsy, while providing exceptional clinical care, education, awareness, and support to all who come to us for care. 


Keeping the Smith and Moore families in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
Our deepest condolences to the entire Smith family. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Sharon, Kerry, Kelly and Justin
Our hearts are with you all... Xo
We are so sorry for your loss. Jack was a vibrant man full of life and love for his family. He will be remembered with kindness and respect by all those who were lucky enough to know him. May he rest in peace.

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