Norbert "Smitty" Smith
1935 - 2020
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Smith, Norbert "Smitty" Norbert "Smitty" Smith, 85, beloved husband of the late Lorraine (nee Biehl) of Stickney, IL, was welcomed in to heaven March 14, 2020. Smitty was survived by his children, Tim (Denise), Julie (Kurt) Skopick, Joseph (Michelle), Michael (Lisa) Biehl (Lisa) and Debbie Biehl. Norbert was preceded in death by his son, Arthur Smith. Norbert is survived by 10 grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Norbert was born in Lorain, OH on January 6, 1935. Smitty graduated from Lorain High School and served in the Unites States Army. Smitty proudly worked at Commonweath Edison's Oakbrook office for many years. A memorial mass will be held at 10:00AM, July 25, 2020 at St. Pius X Church, 4300 S. Oak Park Avenue, Stickney IL 60402 Sign Guest Book at

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Published in Chicago Sun-Times on Jul. 24, 2020.
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July 24, 2020
I was Smitty's roommate for 2 weeks last fall. I just thought he was the greatest guy. We shared a small room with only a curtain separating us. He was a considerate, helpful guy who showed me the ropes. I'm in his debt. He was also an excitable bear fan. We caught a couple of games together. I'd like to give my sympathies to his family. I met his son a couple of times. If somebody gets a chance maybe they could give me a call. I'd appreciate it. You can reach me at 773-779-5143. I also would like to thank Smitty for his military service. It would've been an honor to serve with him. Sincerely, Terry Nealis.
Terence M Nealis
July 24, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful person and friend. We will miss you always.
ELLEN Biehl and family.
July 24, 2020
Our sincere condolences to Julie and the family for their loss...may t he perpetual light shine upon him.....
Dan & Patti Prendergast
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