C. Michael Smith

C. Michael Smith, 63, of College Station, Texas passed away on Sunday, March 20, 2016 in his home. A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00 p.m. March 30, 2016 at Central Baptist Church at 1991 FM 158 Road in College Station, Texas. Following the Celebration of Life, you are invited to join the family in fellowship during a post service reception at Miramont Country Club at 1 Miramont Blvd in Bryan, Texas. At his request, please refrain from sending flowers. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory in Bryan College Station, Texas. For more information contact [wpseo_address show_state=”1″ show_country=”1″ show_phone=”1″ show_phone_2=”1″ show_fax=”1″ show_email=”1″ show_logo=”0″]


  1. Becky, I am so saddened to hear of Mike’s passing…I just can’t believe it. Please accept my sorrow and condolences from me personally as well as from all of the Madison graduates who knew him and loved him so much–especially our Sig Ep brothers. He was a fun loving, wonderful guy and I know he was a great father and husband….we are all heartbroken…

    Steve Smith

  2. Becky, Adam, Ashley, and Eric and family;

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at the passing of your beloved Mike. May the God of all Comfort strengthen you during this time of loss and grief.

    Much love,

    Ruthie and David Hill

  3. Becky and family,
    Our heartfelt condolences to all of you. We are keeping you in our prayers. I know he had a beautiful life surrounded by all of you. He left a tremendous legacy.
    Kathy and Terry Rivenbark

  4. So saddened to hear about Mike. A great friend, and Brother in Sigma Phi Epsilon at Madison. For years Mike was our shortstop on our softball team in Northern Virginia. Peace be to Mike and his family during this difficult time.

  5. Becky, Mindy and I are so sad to hear about your loss. I know how much Mike loved you and his entire family. I have many fond memories of the years we worked together and Mike will certainly be missed. You and your entire family will be in our prayers.

  6. Such sad news! I reported to Mike during his tenure in Mktg. and I can truly say he was one of the fairest and kindest bosses I’ve ever had. Rest in peace, Mike Smith. You will be missed! My deepest sympathies to his family.

  7. Becky, Mike was one of the very best men I met during my 31 years with Alcon. One of our special things to do at meetings was to see each other and both hold up 3 fingers in honor of the late Dale Earnhardt. And he told me his Aggies would always beat my Gamecocks in football.
    I really am going to miss him. What a legend he was.
    Jimmy Stevenson

  8. Dear Becky, Adam, Ashley and Eric,

    Lisa and I are deeply saddened by your loss. Mike was a friend and a person I learned a lot from. We treated our jobs like a competitive sport and celebrated our Alcon wins together, much as we did in our athletic pasts. He loved to tell me stories of what was going on at home and was so proud of you all. He so obviously adored you all, and I was able to overhear as he handled family matters, when were traveled in the same car. Later, when I became a father, I drew on those memories to help me handle similar issues as a traveling dad. My family is hurting for yours and I know that you will be strengthened by God’s love as you manage the coming days.

    All the best, Rob and Lisa Tulloss

  9. Boomer and family, sorry for your loss. He lives forever in your hearts. You are his legacy. Continue to share his love with one another.

  10. Heartfelt Condolences Becky !

    Mike was my friend.

    We worked together at Alcon. We Huntington, West Virginians all had a special place in our hearts for our Brother West Virginian.

    Mike had that rare ability to connect with everyone, straight-up, just being himself.

    We all loved him and will miss him

  11. I’m so sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. He was a fine, upstanding Gentleman. I was Central region CSR for near 20 yrs. He was all about customer service! Years ago I bought a Volvo wagon from him and he showed just how personally fair & caring a Man he truly was. I know his family, and his friends, will miss him terribly.

  12. Dear Becky, Adam, Ashley &Eric,
    Our deepest condolences for your loss. Mike was always quick with a joke or a colloquialism to make you smile while trying to teach you something. His legacy will be left through all of our fond memories and through his family whom he loved so dearly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We hope those happy memories bring you some peace during this difficult time.

  13. My deepest sympathy and prayers go out to Becky and the entire Smith family. I thoroughly enjoyed working for Mike. He always sent a consistent message, treating me with dignity and respect. Mike was simply a great guy, who will be missed by us all. God Bless!

  14. I’m am truly saddened to hear of Mike’s passing. I reported to Mike and he had the unfortunate task of letting me go in the massive Alcon layoff of 2009. He was kind, understanding and truly a gentleman in how he gave me the news. However, he was always a super boss and I really enjoyed working with him. I always loved his “12th Man Award” he presented each year. What a great motivator! I hope his family will find comfort in all his wonderful accolades. May treasured memories help heal your broken hearts. RIP, Mike. You sure will be missed.

  15. Our deepest condolences for Becky and the entire Smith family. Many wonderful memories over the years working with Mike… he will be missed. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.

  16. Becky and family:

    Nicole and I send our deepest and heartfelt condolences to you. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  17. To Becky and the family we offer our sincere sympathy on the passing of Mike. He was a patient along with the rest of the family at Dr. Michael Mabry’s office. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  18. Deepest sympathy to your family at the loss of such a fine man and classmate at Ft. Defiance High School in Virginia. Mike was indeed a one of a kind soul and he will be remembered fondly by all that knew him.

    Fritz Lamb Fairfield
    Class of 1970

  19. My deepest sympathy to Becky and family. I enjoyed the many years I worked with Mike at Alcon. I pray your happy memories will bring you peace.

  20. The passing of Mike Smith brought a tear to my eye and created a void in my heart.

    I knew Mike for 48 years. We met competing against one another in high school basketball. We attended a basketball camp together.

    When you met Mike, you did not forget him. He had a twinkle in his eye; a smile on his face; laughter in his voice; and projected a caring and empathetic heart.

    While at Madison, and much to my surprise and subsequent elation, Mike and his Sig Ep brothers invited me to join their brotherhood. it was there that I really got to know Mike and so many wonderful brothers. We experienced much adversity and success, forging bonds that last a lifetime. Those are the times when you see the true makeup of a man. Mike’s commitment and perseverance were hallmarks of his character.

    This devastating news has evoked so many fond memories that we and many others shared: Ft. Defiance; Scavenger Hunts; Hell Night; Cherry Hill; the Boudoir; Otis, Tom and Larry; the best parties ever; intramurals; Greek Sing; road trips; “yes Fred”; and countless more.

    Difficult times like this are a time of reflection. Life is fleeting and relationships are precious. I am grateful for Mike Smith being a part of my life.

    We used to sing at our phenomenal parties. I am visualizing Mike in his dark blue Sig Ep windbreaker leading us in a song which he did with great frequency. So Mike we sing to you: “Here’s to Mike he’s true blue. He’s a brother through and through….”

    Becky, Laurie and I send our heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Mike loved you and his family so very much. He will be missed, and I assure you his memory will live on. May God Bless you and keep you.

    Rick Edwards

  21. Becky and family , Very sorry to hear of Mikes passing. May the Lord give you all peace in the days ahead . Ken Nicholas Lyndhurst Va.

  22. I was terribly saddened to learn of Mike’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with Mike for many years. He was passionate, competitive, and fair. Becky, Mike had a deep and clear love for you and his children. We are all poorer for his passing. God bless.


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