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Mr. Terry L. Smith, 35, of North Main Street passed away unexpectedly, Saturday August 12, 2017

Terry was born September 26, 1981 in Darlington, SC, a son to Terry Singleton and Beverly Smith.

Terry attended North End Middle School and was a Wilby High School graduate. He later attended Full Sails University online for music. Boog as he was affectionately known worked at various companies including; Home Depot, Walmart and Burger King. He was the owner of Jagger line Bullies LLC with his partner Jamar Price. Terry was also a coach for the Waterbury Knights Football League. Terry was a great father and family man. He enjoyed spending time with family and friends. Terry cherished his mother; his goal was to someday go to her home to remodel it for her. She was his queen. Boog loved to entertain and truly enjoyed cooking. He loved cooking his favorite southern cuisine dishes like Barbeque ribs, baked mac and cheese and collard greens. He had a very kind and generous heart. Terry would give the shirt off his back to anyone that may be in need. Boog wasn't the type of person to like problems; he would walk away. He always was trying to put a smile on someone's face. Terry had a true passion for sports especially football and basketball. He also liked to dance and have a good time. He enjoyed doing the stinky leg. He was the football coach of many children throughout the city. The children adored him. Terry had a special touch with kids and was always patient. As a child Boog, Duke and Jason and his older brother Randy would always go outside to play either football or basketball. The three brothers were inseparable.

He leaves to cherish his memories: his mother Beverly Smith, his father Terry Singleton, his daughter Nyasia Smith, son Joshua Smith- Myers; Sister Terrielle Singletary, brothers Lametrick "Duke" Smith, Randy T. Smith, Jason M. Smith; sister in law Jessica Oakley Smith, longtime companion and special friend Dawn Marie Fedeli. Special acknowledgements to Great aunt Rosa May Allen, Eileen Brown and Carol Smith. He will be missed by a host of family and friends that all loved and knew him.