Robert A. "Bob" Smart Jr Born October 11, 1942 Passed on to join his wife CB Smart on March 23, 2021 Born in Keene, New Hampshire; Robert received a Master's Degree from the University of Idaho in Forestry. He served our country in Fort Benning, Georgia; where he met his wife CB Keene Smart. In 1970, his work took him to the San Bernadino National Forest in Santa Ana, California overseeing fire control crews and dealing with gang activity in the forest. 1975 saw Robert take the District Ranger position in Sawyer's Bar, California on the Klamath National Forest. Two years later, Bob took his dream job in the El Dorado National Forest Placerville district as its District Ranger. In the 1990s, Robert retired from the Forest Service and turned his attention towards improving the community. He got involved in the Parks and recreation for Placerville and beyond. An avid health-nut and bicycle enthusiast, his passion led him to work on creating and maintaining Placerville bike trails so future generations would have a safe place to walk, exercise, or ride; including the trail spanning Weber Creek on Highway 50 that was named in his honor. He also served for FEMA working disaster relief efforts across the country. Robert will be remembered as a kind individual who wanted to make a difference in the world, leaving it better than when he found it. He is preceded in death by his parents Robert Sr. and Francis Smart of Calville, Washington; wife CB Smart of Fort Benning, Georgia; and his brother Richard "Dick" Smart of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Robert is survived by his son Alan "AJ" Of Chickasha, Oklahoma; his two grandchildren Brandon and Makenzie of Placerville; his sister-in-law Ann of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; and his brother Steven and sister-in-law Sandy of Chatteroy, Washington. Robert was a born-again Christian and will be well remembered by his family, his friends in the forest service, his friends and fellow bike enthusiasts at the bike club, and by the city of Placerville itself. The Memorial Service will be held on May 20th, 2021 at 1pm at Green Valley Community Church, open to everyone.