Harrison “Bimbo” Smith, 64, of Winfield, passed away August 9, 2017, at Big South Fork Medical Center in Oneida.

Born in Scott County, October 8, 1952, he was preceded in death  by his parents, John Alfred and Oglee Thomas Smith; grandchildren, Patience and Way King; sisters, Rosalee Smith and Mary Lou Stephens; brother, Roy Lee Smith; uncle, Oscar Smith; and father- and mother-in-law, Willard Odell and Eva Isabel Coffey Pike.

He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Lola Mae Pike Smith of Winfield; children: Vanessa (Fire) King of Talent, Oregon, Harrison Odell (Jennifer) Smith, and Julia (Jim) Slay, both of Strunk, Ky., and John (Kim) Smith of Elgin; grandchildren: Misty Rain, Taos, and Cyndr King, Jon and Autumn Smith, D.J. Trammell, Dustin Shrock, Jay, Tekila, and Destiny Slay, Colby Newport, Dillan, Wyatt, and Emily Smith, and Paige and Hannah Newport; great-grandchildren, Kiva, Ransom, Rowan, Schylar, Emory, Jude, Tobias, Truly, Legacy, Anikin, Guinevere, Xander, Josalyn, Brayden, Avianna, and Lillian; brothers, Lillard (Carolyn) Smith, and Marshall (Tammy) Day; sister, Ruby Sexton; in-laws: Mickey (Diane) Pike, Sharon (Steve) Phillips, Wanda (Bobby) Cotton, Wonell Pike, and Vickie (Martin) Webb; special friend of the family, Sandra King; and many other relatives and friends.

His wish was cremation.

Arrangements by West-Murley Funeral Home.

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