Chelsi Smith

August 23, 1973 - September 8, 2018


FAMILY STATEMENT
REGARDING THE DEATH OF
1995 MISS UNIVERSE CHELSI SMITH


 
 

HOUSTON, TX - The following is a statement from the Smith and Trimble families regarding the death of 1995 Miss Universe Chelsi Smith. She was 45. 

“We are heartbroken to share the news that Chelsi Smith has passed away following a protracted illness. 

Chelsi was our loving daughter, niece, and friend. We will miss her infectious laughter, joie de vivre, and free spirit. She left an indelible mark on all those who knew her.

As much as Chelsi cherished her privacy, she always appreciated the expressions of love and good will from people around the world and from all walks of life.

While we mourn the loss of this vivacious and kind-hearted woman, we also celebrate her remarkable life and hope that it serves as an example to young women around the world that their dreams are possible through a loving heart and an enlightened mind."

As one of the only bi-racial woman to win the pageant world’s triple crown: Miss Texas, Miss USA, and Miss Universe, Chelsi Smith embarked on a successful career in the entertainment industry having signed with Music World/Columbia/Sony Music records in 1999 as well as having various acting roles in film and television. After retiring her crown, she set the bar for intelligent and enlightened women around the world often advocating for causes close to her heart.

A memorial service will be held in Houston, Texas in the following months. 

Please stay tuned to this site for more information.


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