Zay’s memorial service will be livestreamed:
Saturday, June 20th
9a PT / 10a MT / 11a CT / 12p ET
Two options to watch:
All are welcome. To clarify: this is a stream, you will not be on camera yourself and don’t need to login to any platform! Expect to see speakers and specially prepared musical performances celebrating Zay.
The performance will be archived at these URLs indefinitely for later watching!
Learn more about his memorial fund
This is Zay Smith’s son, Bryant writing to inform you that Zay Smith died on May 11, 2020. We miss him more than anything. Read his obituaries
here and here. Learn more about his memorial fund here.
My father adored you all–and writing this column brought him more joy than you’ll ever know. Thank you to every one of you for years of readership and support. It meant the world to him.
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