Justin Tyler Smith-Washington was a family man; he loved spending time with his family. Every moment he spent with his son was very special to him. He was born March21, 1985, in Fort Carson, Colorado. Justin attended Copperas Cove High School, Copperas Cove, TX. Justin had a long desire and interest to become a mechanical engineer. He was a very hard worker, had great work ethics. Loving and supporting people is what Justin did. He was a fair and honest man. Justin was an entrepreneur; he started “Just-in Time”, Cleaning Service. Justin was recently employed by Dog Irrigation Service. Justin entire work history had been in the field of services. He always found a way to render service to others.
July 2013, Justin accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior. Justin was reared in a christian home, where he was taught how to love God and the teaching of the Word of God. Justin died April 16, 2017. Survivors include his parents, Reta Smith and Milton R. Washington; son, Marquavion Justin-Tyler King; brothers, Marc Anthony Smith-Washington, Cleveland Simon; sisters, Dyshawn Clark, Sharolyn Simon, Anita Simon, Trachelle Simon, and Sharelle Simon; Grand-parents; Georgia L. Smith and Marquarite Washington; and a host of Aunts and Uncles. Justin was preceded in death by his Grandfathers, Clarence Smith and Only Washington.
You will always be in my heart. Till the wheels fall off.......
Alphonzo Dickson RedmondCopperas cove, TX
May he rest in peace
Crystal angleGatesville, TX
Dear Family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear Justin and send you my sincere condolences. May you find comfort from God's word at Revelation 21:3,4 and John 5:28,29. Heartfelt prayers are with you during this difficult time.
I met him 11 years ago. He was down to earth, funny, and 💯 real. He will be truly missed. My condolences goes out to his entire family. R.I.H. J DUB. U will neverrrrrr be forgotten.
Latoya KnightKilleen, TX
Reta,Wash, and Marc, I am so sorry to hear of Justin's passing. May God give you strength at this time. I have many fond memories of Justin as a little boy, he was something else, always showing off his muscles. He will be missed.
Karen BradshawKilleen, TX
I met just at bsj and he was awesome young man who watched over me while I was working I was blessed to have him in my corner may he rest in heaven now.
April TurnerKilleen, TX