This Memorial Page Established by-pvt e-2 smith
In Honor Of Pfc Smith Jeremiah David

My younger brother was KIA in 2003 over in Iraq he left behind 2 girls and a wife he was the
middle child of five boys he is still missed very much to this day

February 06, 2015
Jennifer Stephens
I was in Iraq at the same time as Jeremiah Smith was and apparently traveled through some
of the same cities such as Basara. When I received a KIA bracelet which I have worn
continuously without taking it off in the 11 years. PFC Jeremiah D. Smith's name is on my
bracelet. I wonder if there are any  of his family members that would like to have it, if not I will
continue to honor him, knowing that it could have been me. Rest in peace soldier, you will
always be loved and  respected. Any family members that would like to contact me about the
bracelet can send an email to

December 12, 2010
She'ri Smith
In Honor Of Pfc. Jeremiah D. Smith
Thank you for your sacrifice and service.
Pfc. Jeremiah D. Smith
United States Army
KIA 26 May 2003, Iraq
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Pfc. Jeremiah D. Smith was a cavalry scout in Baghdad, the soldier out front looking for possible
trouble awaiting his brothers in arms. He was killed on Memorial Day, May 26, while escorting
heavy equipment transporters. His vehicle hit unexploded ordnance.

“That is not a great surprise that he was out front providing security for other soldiers,” said 1st
Lt. Alan Davison, who trained with Smith at Fort Riley, Kan. “He was a great American.”

Smith was married, with two daughters, ages 3 and 5.