Midget smith judge
Aug 28, - Vol. 3, Issue 35, August September 3, Jeffrey “Midget' Smith-legendary shaper, Association of Surfing Professionals judge, local surfing icon, father and grandpa-passed away Saturday, August 23 at the young age of Midget spent his last remaining days surrounded by his loving family, dogs. Rough ride for surfer Midget Smith – Orange County Register Kayden. Age: 23. bonjour, je m'appel ANNA Newsletter Follow us and sign up to our daily newsletter. Campbell Selya Boudin Stahl Lipez. Aug 25, - Within the surfing community, few embody the idea of an "institution" better than San Clemente stalwart Jeffrey "Midget" Smith. A well-respected shaper, surfer, businessman and contest judge, Smith has been prowling the San Clemente lineups and shaping bays for decades. He began his love affair with. August. Age: 22. You can enjoy with me beautiful romantic atmosphere with candles, champagne and strawberries, but if you right fire me, you can wake up a devil in me :-). Jerry Edwin Smith Aug 27, - ecomcoupons.info RIP: JEFF "MIDGET" SMITH. Cancer claims life of SoCal surfer, shaper, contest judge. By: Evan Fontaine August 26, Iconic shaper and contest judge, Jeff "Midget" Smith succumbed. Dec 18, - Not exactly the way Jeff “Midget” Smith would have chosen to broach the subject. But he had been diagnosed with cancer. Again. He'd beaten it before, over 20 years ago, but by September, word was spreading around the surf world that not only did the respected shaper, contest judge, mentor and lifelong. Brooklyn. Age: 25. Curves, HUGE 44I Natural boobs, and purely exotic Chocolate skin makes me the delicious addition to your evening… Sep 4, - Friends of the late Jeff “Midget” Smith will gather at the San Clemente Pier at p.m. Sunday to celebrate the life of the pro surfer, surfboard shaper and international contest judge who died of cancer Aug. 23 at age Highlighting the memorial will be a 5 p.m. paddle-out on the north side of the pier. Services pending for surf icon Jeff 'Midget' Smith By Fred Swegles, The Orange County Register The San Clemente surf community has lost an icon. Jeff "Midget" Smith – known worldwide for the surfboards he shaped, for his expertise as an international surf-contest judge and for his support of the sport – lost his second. Loganwhistled through hislower teeth.“I'll be damned.” Safer pressed on. “Have youheard of anyoutsider groups around here who might havea grudge against federal judges?” Logan pulled his long left earlobe and scowled at the calendar on his desk. “Let's see. Midget Smith still flies the Confederate flagevery Sunday.