Anthony “Tony” Brant Smith

By November 13, 2012 Obituaries

Anthony Brant Smith, 38, was taken from us on the 12th of November, 2012 as a result of a fatal vehicle accident in North Charleston, South Carolina.

Tony was born on april 21st, 1974 in Charleston, South Carolina to Herbert and Artice Smith. Tony grew up in South Carolina, Kentucky and Indiana. He attended high school in Shelbyville, Indiana where he graduated in 1993. After high school he joined the United States Marine Corp 08-24-1993 and served stateside as a tank commander until he was honorably discharged as a Lance Corporal 08-23-1997.

Tony eventually made home, family, friends and his life in the Low Country.

Tony is survived by his parents Herbert and Artice Smith, his sister Ruby Weeks, his estranged wife Linda Smith and leaves behind 3 children, 15 year old Amber Reigard (daughter), 12 year old Aubrey Smith (daughter) and 21 year old Jacob Kolan (step son).

Tony has several Aunts, Uncles, Nieces and Nephews that he precedes as well as an extensive following of close friends and aquaintances.

Tony was a member of the Warhorse Brotherhood Motorcycle Club in which he was actively involved and loved all of his Brothers. He will be deeply missed by his Brothers and those who support them.

Tony had a passion for riding his motorcycle, He loved music and enjoyed playing video games (Madden).

Tony was a proud Marine and he loved his children.

A toast will be held at BFE (bar and grill) 118 Ashland Drive, Summerville, South Carolina at 7:00 pm November 16th, 2012. A memorial service will be held at Riverfront Park in the city of North Charleston, South Carolina near the old naval base at 2:00 pm November 18th, 2012.

The family and close friends will be greeting other friends and relatives at those times.

In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations be made to Warhorse Brotherhood.

Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services


  • Chris Abba says:

    I love ans miss you brother. You are greatly misses already.

  • Chris Abba says:

    You are missed brother.

  • Steve Smith says:

    I hope your Aunt Sharon Was there to lead you through the gate

  • Brenda Hale says:

    What a wonderful man you were…..You touched my heart and have been such an awesome friend to me…You are missed more than you will ever know! One day we will meet again and we can share in all those laughes all over! I love you!

  • Lynn Garvin says:

    I knew Brant, not the Tony you were after you were grown. That doesn’t mean Tony wasn’t a fine man. Your service evidenced that you were still the same sweet Brant and everyone loved you, as we do too. We will miss you.