Wayne Peter Smith   1968 - 2020

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Wayne Peter Smith

May 3, 1968 - June 17, 2020

Smith, Wayne, P. (52), of Milford, MA, passed away peacefully on June 17, 2020. Beloved son of Joann (Birmingham) Smith and late Malcolm M. Smith. Loving brother of Craig Smith and his wife Sandra Smith of Milford, MA. Nephew, Leonardo Smith and niece, Analiz Smith, Loving brother, Stephen Smith and his wife Jenna Smith. Nieces, Juliet Slobogan and Scotland Smith of Bellingham, MA. Wayne also leaves behind a dear aunt, cousins and many friends. Wayne volunteered and supported many things close to his heart. Wayne had great interest in Disney, Harry Potter, Star Wars and Elvis. Wayne loved his family home in Maine which was his special place. He was a truly kind person who loved family and friends so very much. Wayne was admired by many people from all over the world and will never be forgotten. A private memorial will be held at a later date for friends and family.

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Lori Earl

July 1, 2020
from Quincy, Massachusetts
Wayne was a kind friend to our family, and an amazing supporter of This Star Won't Go Out. He was generous with his time and money and straightforward in his acceptance of others. His passion for multiple fandoms was charming and contagious. He often visited our daughter Esther's grave, as they shared a love for all things Harry Potter. Thank you, Wayne, for modeling kindness--something our world needs so much more of. We extend our condolences to his family.  

Chris Ross

June 26, 2020
from North Andover , Massachusetts
Wayne was such a kind, genuine, and thoughtful man. Our hearts go out to the Smith family in honor of his passing.  

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