This is Gerard W. Smith, a.k.a. Gerry Smith. He is the missing executor of the estate of Helen T. Smith, Theresa's Mother. Gerard disappeared with Theresa's assets from her Motherís estate. At a January 3rd, 2012 hearing before a judge, an officer of the court reported that all contact with the executor had stopped in December of 2010. And that all efforts to contact the executor and locate his whereabouts had been futile. Gerard has since been removed by the court. Theresa, who suffers from lupus and has had multiple strokes is totally disabled and in failing health. She needs the assets from the small inheritance her Mother left her to pay for the cost of the extra care and services she now requires in her deteriorated condition. How Gerard could apparently disregard his Motherís trust that her sick daughter would be provided for is beyond belief? Such behavior upon the sick and disabled is despicable and appalling. The emotional devastation that Theresa suffers to think that her brother is capable of such behavior is her greatest pain. Perhaps this, Gerard Smith, will become synonymous with one who would take from the sick and disabled and even rob their own crippled sister of her Inheritance. Perhaps the greatest insult one could give is to call someone a, Gerard Smith. There must be a special place in Hell for one capable of such behavior, and all who are a party to such. The publicís help and input is being ask concerning this executor whose whereabouts is being sought, and whose disappearance has deprived his sick sister of her inheritance.
This is Mark Smith, he is the brother of Theresa and the missing executor Gerard Smith. Theresa lives in Utah and has had to rely on the court in an attempt to obtain her inheritance. However, when an executor disappears with the assets and cannot be found, it prolongs the process. Theresa has appealed to her brother Mark for his help in finding the executor and obtaining her much needed inheritance. Mark has not responded to any of the pleadings for help from his sick sister. Mark was the backup executor and it was his duty to come forth and honor his Motherís wishes when Gerard disappeared. However, Mark was also MIA like his brother Gerard and thus forced his sick sister to have the executor removed and incur the expenses and court cost. In essence, this so called man put it upon a sick disabled woman to perform his duties. It has been discovered that the missing executor was using Markís home as a mailing address. This is a matter of public record. As such, it appears Mark has communication with the executor and is enabling the executorís behavior. Mark was a Philadelphia fireman. Such conduct, if true, would be beneath that honored occupation, and bring shame upon it to have one of their own exhibit such behavior. It is assumed that the character of a fireman is to give aid to those in distress and not to those causing their suffering, nor to work in tandem with those who abuse the disabled. Is this a man of honor and duty? One who respects and honors his deceased Mother and her final wishes? One who protects the rights and interest of his disabled sister? Or is this a, Gerard Smith?