Guy Trent Smith

Guy Trent Smith

April 10, 1971 – February 4, 2014


Guy Trent Smith, a loving father and husband, passed away in his sleep on February 4, 2014. Trent was born April 10, 1971 in Provo Utah to Gary and Arlene Smith. Trent grew up in Orem Utah and graduated from Orem High smith guy trentSchool. He excelled in sports and participated in basketball, soccer and cross country. Trent had a love for music and a beautiful singing voice. He sang in Acapella and Chamber choirs. He was instrumental in starting a male quartet in high school with Eric and Stephen Gibbons and Steve Eastmond. He served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico. Trent was an amazing husband, father, son and brother. He loved to spend time with his children golfing, skiing, camping, playing basketball and singing together as he played the piano. He made his living as a Podiatrist in Oklahoma. He served in many church callings and loved the Gospel and his Savior. His loss will be felt deeply by all who knew and loved him. He is survived by his loving wife Angie and their children: Austin, Madyson, Preston and Brayden. his in-laws, parents, and siblings. Services will be 2pm Friday February 7, 2014 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Edmond. A memorial fund has been set up in Trent’s name at the First Fidelity bank in Edmond.

19 thoughts on “Guy Trent Smith”

  1. My heartfelt smypathy to friends and family of my special Dr. Smith. I will miss him very much. Such a pleasant and kind person. So many words to describe him. Just a wonderful person. Will be missed, Donna

  2. Nancy Prykryl

    To the Family of Dr Smith,

    I express my sympathy to Dr. Smith. He has been my doctor since 2008. I really thought he was a such kind person. He is now with the Lord in heaven all healed up. Such a wonderful doctor and person he was. Thank you for all you have done for me Dr. Smith. Praying for the family.

  3. Although I only talked to Trent on a handful of occasions, the lives of his family have been intertwined with those of my wife(initially through the Mother’s Day Out program) and our daughters.
    I remember my wife talking about the first time she was referred to his office, and her not realizing that Dr Smith was HIM, until she heard his voice down the hall.
    You will be constantly in our hearts in the days ahead.

  4. My heartfelt sympathy goes to the family and staff of Dr. Smith. A very kind and loving Dr. Thank you for the care and kindness you gave to my mother, who was one of your patients. Heaven has opened its gates and received another Angel. Even though those of us who have been touched by your kindness and care are feeling the pain of your loss, deep down we know that you are in a much better place and one day we will see you once again. Again, thank you and God Bless…..

  5. I was so sorry to hear of Dr. Smith’s death. My daughter and I were both patients of Dr. Smith and really liked and respected him and referred him to numerous friends. He was kind and funny and made you feel at ease while in his office. My sympathies go to his family and friends and those in his office.

  6. Rosey Graves

    I was a patient of Doc’s. He was a wonderful doctor who, I believe saved both of my feet and my life. Every visit with him was a joy. He was insightfull and thoughtful. His love of God showed in everything he did. I will miss him more than I say. I do know that I will see him again someday.

  7. My heart goes out to Trent’s family. Trent was such as great man. He has always been an example to those around him throughout his life. I fondly remember singing with him in high school. Especially during to holidays in the Show and Chamber choir, we all would spend more time together than we spent with own families. It makes me feel good knowing that I have one more Guy on the other side pulling for me. I am sorry for your loss and I wish you the best. –Dan M.

  8. My heart is burdened with sorrow at this devastating news. Dr. Trent, who clearly preferred quality over quantity, was an extraordinary physician who expressed such compassion and kindness as he ministered to my poor diabetic feet and legs. He treated both my health aide and me with great respect, doing what I think was what he did best: teach. He always took the time to explain in great detail whatever he thought my aide and I should know, how to wrap an ace bandage for gentle compression, how to apply medicine to a leaky wound, what to watch for. The best medicine he gave me, however, was the sound of his laughter and the sheer joy of his amazing life force. I will never stop missing him or praying for his family. To his office staff: your unwavering loyalty and devotion to our beloved “Dr. Trent” were incomparable, and I will sorely miss you, too. I assume Dr. Trent told you to fill his office with the rising scent of fresh, baked chocolate chip cookies! And to my great doctor, thank you for forgiving me every single time I was late just because you understood. And, lastly, to his family and, most especially, his children: legacy is a beautiful thing. You will always carry the greatness of your father inside you. What a gift God has bestowed upon you! I wish the entire family peace.

  9. He will be missed greatly! He also treat his patients as if we family. He was the most caring Doctor we have ever know. On one of the many appointments he told us that being a Doctor was just a day job. Who he really was–husband and father. You and your children are in our prayers.

  10. Emogene & Trey Collins

    Trey and I were so astounded to see his name in the obituaries yesterday that we could hardly believe it. He has been our Podiatrist since Dr. Asin moved away. We have an appointment set up for March. What a nice, generous and loving young man he was. We shall miss him very much and know that his family is so very proud of him and all his accomplishments follow him along the way. God Bless his children, wife and his whole family. We send our loving thoughts and prayers to them in their grief at this great loss. Such a young and vital person.
    Emogene and Wallace H. Collins, III (Trey)!!

  11. Heather Thompson

    I am a patient of Dr. Smith and was just in shock when I saw he had passed.
    He was so sweet and funny…gracious and a person that didn’t speak over your head.
    He took great care of me when I had surgery in November.

    Be at peace doc

  12. Cheree` Russell

    Dr. Smith will be greatly missed. He was an amazing man and I so appreciated the way in which he dealt with my kids in the office…a very sweet man. To his family, we will lift you in prayer during this very difficult time.

  13. I was so saddened to hear the news yesterday. Dr Smith had just done my surgery on 12/31. He made special effort to get me in before the end of the year for insurance reasons. Ive seen many foot drs and he was by far the most caring honest dr ive ever met. My first appointment he spent so much time with me making sure I knew what he might be able to do.
    My heart goes out to his family. I know this great man will be so missed!

  14. Marian Horning

    Oh, my goodness! My husband, Phil, and I were both Dr. Smith’s patients, and we were always grateful for his outstanding care and personal radiance. Not all that often does one look forward to keeping a doctor’s appointment, but we always felt that way when we were scheduled to see him.

    Since other patients apparently feel as we do, he will be missed by all of us for a long time to come. And I can hardly imagine the missing of his family. But I know the strength of their faith and the support of their church will help enormously. To the family: Thank you for sharing Dr. Trent Smith with us; it was a privilege to know him.

  15. As long-time patients of Dr. Smith’s, we feel great sorrow, sadness, and disbelief in learning of his passing away. We respected, loved, and enjoyed Dr. Smith and looked forward to not only great care of our feet but also heartfelt visits with him at each doctor’s appointment. His care and concern for each patient was so evident and we will always miss him. We extend our deepest sympathies to his wife, precious children, and staff. May God wrap each of you in His arms and ease your sorrow and pain with each passing day.

    We loved Dr. Smith and can’t express in words just how deeply we will miss him. But we feel great comfort in knowing he is now safe in God’s arms!

  16. Cecilia & Kim Do

    We are saddened to hear the ladies at his office expreseed the news to us. My mom has been Dr Smith’s patient since 2005. He always tried to make my mom’s feet feel better due to extended surgery. He was such an honest man. We loved having him as her doctor even it took us two hours round trip to go amd see him every time. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife and children. May the Lord’s presence be with your family.

  17. I just learned of Dr. Smith’s passing not long ago. He was a fabulous man, father and physician. He spoke to myself and my husband of how wonderful his wife and children were and how excited he was to be moving to his new practice at the time.

    He made me feel at ease before my surgery and helped me laugh at my long middle toe 🙂 “Well, if you ever lose a pinky, we can definitely use one of your toes!” He had us laughing for so long when he said that :).

    Dr. Smith will never be forgotten and will ALWAYS be in our hearts. I hope the family knows that he is with them every day. He laughs, cries and is with them every step of the way. I pray that God Blesses his family and gives his wife all the strength she will ever need. I know the kids will be GREAT because they are a product of such a wonderful man, woman and God.

  18. I was a patient of Dr Smith since he took over Dr Asin’s practice. He took care of my entire families feet. We could not have asked for a better podiatrist. He loved his job and it showed on how he treated his patients!! I always knew when I would go into see him that he would have a smile, a kind word, a joke and took his time to explain everything and put everyone at ease. I would tease him saying I needed a punch card for as many times as we had gone in to see him and start earning some “free visits”
    I just learned of his passing, as a matter of fact because I was looking him up to make sure he was at the same location before I made yet another appointment. When I read, Guy Trent Smith passed away, my heart sank!! I kept thinking it was another T. Smith not my Dr.! Until I saw the picture and saw him I was brought to tears!! I’m so deeply sorry to hear about his loss. I see now that we are coming up on a year since his death and I feel for his family. I never met them but I do know from several of our conversations he loved them dearly. He was always proud of his children! He enjoyed spending time with them and was a great Doctor. My family will miss him.
    My prayers to his family on this year anniversary of his passing.

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