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Michael D. Smith

Michael D. Smith

LOWELL Michael D. Smith, 64, of Lowell, passed away Monday, February 7, 2022, at Lowell General Hospital.

A son of the late Robert and the late Virginia (Bonan) Smith, he was born August 14, 1957, in Lowell and was raised and educated in the Tewksbury School System. He graduated from Middlesex Community College.

He made his home in the City and worked for the Lowell Public Library.
Michael, or “Uncle Muncle”, as he was affectionately nicknamed by his youngest grand niece and nephew, was beloved by all who were close to him. His unique sense of humor and wit, his vast knowledge of any subject that was presented to him and his love of animals, especially the family pets (which he spoiled unapologetically) was nothing short of amazing.
Previously Michael worked at WCAP and spent time volunteering at Lowell Association for the blind, where he made some long lasting friendships.

His survivors include his sister, Kathleen Nicholas of Tewksbury; his sister in law, Susan Smith of Lowell; four nieces and nephews, Melanie Moran and her husband Greg Moran, Robert Smith, David Smith, and Patrick Smith all of Lowell; his grand nieces and grand nephews, Rebecca Smith of Maynard, Gregory Moran and Olivia Moran both of Lowell.

He was also a brother of the late Robert W. Smith who passed away in 2003

You are invited to His Memorial Visitation on Thursday, February 17, 2022, from 10 until 12 Noon at the MAHONEY FUNERAL HOME, 187 Nesmith Street, 978-452-6361. His Funeral Service will be held at 12 Noon at the Funeral Home followed by burial in St. Patrick Cemetery. Please send the family an E-Condolence at MAHONEYFUNERALHOME.COM

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  • Victoria Woodley Posted February 14, 2022 4:44 pm

    Kathleen and Family Members: The Library staff are so sad at Mike’s passing. We wish that we could have done more for him on Monday when he was so ill. He has worked here for as many years as I have, but it wasn’t easy to get to know him. When we had to close the Library during the beginning of the COVID epidemic, all the staff were watching webinars and it was the first time that I found out just how intelligent Mike was by his comments that he put into writing. We will miss him. Victoria Woodley, Library Director

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