Paul Smyth
Paul Smyth
Paul Smyth
Paul Smyth
Monday
17
May

Requiem Mass

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Monday, May 17, 2021
Resurrection Catholic Church
21060 SW Stafford Rd
Tualatin, Oregon, United States
https://fb.watch/5ywi3jqnBN/

Live Streaming Link

On Monday at 11:00 AM, May 17: Go to the Resurrection Catholic Parish Facebook page,  https://fb.watch/5ywi3jqnBN/  

Obituary of Paul Smyth

Paul Spencer Smyth, loving husband and father of five children passed away at the age of 81 on Saturday, May 1st, 2021 in Portland, Oregon.

 

Spencer was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland March 2, 1940 to Robert & Elizabeth (Greer) Smyth. He was educated at Saint Malachy’s College. On July 2, 1962 he married Alice McCurry, and they immigrated to Montreal, Canada, where their first four children were born. 

 

Spencer entered the electronics industry as a buyer at Canadian Marconi Company. In 1969 the family relocated to the Bay Area in California, and in 1979 made their home in Portland, Oregon. Spencer grew his purchasing and materials management skills during the high-tech revolution at Intel Corporation, Epson, and InFocus Systems where he culminated his career as Commodities Director.

 

Spencer and Alice retired in January 2000 and enjoyed their senior years together with family and friends. Some of the highlights of this season were their travels through their beloved Irish homeland.

 

Spencer is survived by his wife, Alice of 59 years, five children & their spouses, Carolyn (and Michael), Patrick (and Jean), Roger (and Colleen), Brendan (and Georgia) and Maureen (and Tom); twelve grandchildren; his siblings, Carol, Betty & Sister Geraldine O.P.; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

 

He was a parishioner at Resurrection Catholic Parish for twenty years, where he volunteered with the St. Vincent de Paul Society.

 

One of Spencer’s favorite Irish expressions was, “Slán Abhaile” (Safe Home). With love from all his family, we exclaim, “Slán Abhaile, Spencer! ~ until we meet again in our Heavenly Home.”

 

 

SERVICE:

 

Father William Moisant will celebrate a Requiem Mass for Spencer at Resurrection Catholic Church, 21060 SW Stafford Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062, on May 17, 2021 at 11:00 am.

 

If you are unable to attend the Mass in person, the service will be available via livestream video such that you can watch it live from your wifi-connected device (computer, iPad, smartphone, etc.). The service will also be recorded so you may watch it at a later date/time. 

 

The family requests that, in lieu of flowers, donations be made “In Memory of Spencer Smyth” to:

 

 

Or

 

  • St. Vincent de Paul Society Resurrection Conference: by mailing a check to:

 

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Resurrection Conference

21060 SW Stafford Road

Tualatin, OR 97062

 

Livestream Recorded Link:

 

In case you were unable to view the service, or would like to watch the video again, we have provided the link below;

 

https://fb.watch/5ywi3jqnBN/ 

 

Option 1: Facebook Users

 

On Monday at 11:00 AM, May 17:

  1. Go to the Resurrection Catholic Parish Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/Resurrection-Catholic-Parish-Tualatin-Oregon-130480220320539
  2. Scroll down to the live video post
  3. Click on the video post to play it
  4. Adjust your volume on your keyboard/device, as needed

 

 

Option 2: View Memorial Service Without Facebook

 

On Monday at 11:00 AM, May 17:

    1. Go to https://www.facebook.com/Resurrection-Catholic-Parish-Tualatin-Oregon-130480220320539
    2. Ignore the message to Login or create a Facebook account. 
    3. If it appears you must choose to login or create an account, click the “Not Now” link
    4. Scroll down the page to where you see a video image of the church alter (you will know it by the posted date of 5/17/21

5. Click the image to begin viewing the Mass 

6.  Adjust your volume on your keyboard/device, as needed

 

 

 

Option 3: View a Recorded Video at a Later Date/Time

 

Within 24-hours following the service, we will post a link of the recorded Memorial Mass on this page. Check back for an update. 

 

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