Jeremy Smith

All about Jeremy and his world 

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My father passed away in February of 2012. His website is here: There are many wonderful notes of remembrance posted.

My brother Gavin Smith
sells books at:
He specializes in fantasy, horror, and science fiction. It is a good place to go for hard-to-find stuff.


This is my sister, Adrienne Lee, with hubby Ziad, mom and Zack and Abe. She doesn't have a website.
Formally, a teacher of French at Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville, Texas, she's currently  in nursing school.
We've finally moved back to Texas. Living in San Antonio, lot's to do here and we're really liking it so far. Plus, it's so close to Austin.

A new update
for the Jeremy Smith Portal page, a tribute video for:
Jeremy M. Smith, United States Marine Corps
From his mother, Teresa.:
"Jeremy died May 8, 2005, at the age of 22 from an accidental heroin overdose. He spent 2 1/2 years in the USMC and spent a year in Japan. I miss him so much, Teresa Smith."

YouTube Video

Previous update:
added a link for Jeremy M.C. Smith, a writer specializing in environment, tourism and sustainable business.

Previous update: Jeremy N. Smith, a writer and freelance journalist based in Missoula, Montana.
Sheena finished school at Darthmouth Medical School


 I've been using now to organize the books that I've read and the books I want to read. It is a social networking site (yeah another one), centered around books, but this one is cool since you can meet and vitually greet those with whom you know you share a real intellectual interest, however esoteric. You can even import your wish list from

My wife, Sheena Hsu, graduated from Columbia University in NY. Here is our official photo album.


We went over there and met up with my mom, aunt and dad and Sheena's mom and sister as well. A good time was had by all. 
My dad and I ended up going to the Metropolitan Museum of Art 3 days in a row. 
Sheena was the valedictorian of her class and gave a speech! If you want to see the speech you can go here:
You will need Real Player. 
Go to 1hr and 23 minutes into it for her speech.