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John Jarvis-Smith (15 March 1922 - 15 May 2015) was a British shipbroker whose conduct during the Second World War earned him the Distinguished Service Cross (DSC).

Smith joined the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve in 1941 as an ordinary seaman and was promoted to midshipman. He served during the war in landing craft and saw action at D-Day where he earned his DSC. After the war, Smith became a shipbroker and worked for Murco and John Latsis.[1]

Jarvis-Smith died 15 May 2015. He was survived by his civil partner, Roger Cave.

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  1. John Jarvis-Smith, shipbroker - obituary. $3, 21 May 2015. Retrieved 22 May 2015.

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