Smith, who was famously known as "The Anfield Iron" throughout his playing career due to his tough and uncompromising playing style, passed away on Friday.
"It is very sad to see him go but his memories will be there forever". "Mum's death did hit dad especially hard and the illness took a bit of a grip of him after that we feel".
Tommy was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in October 2014.
He cliched total nine trophies on his name including four English league titles, two UEFA Championship titles, two FA Cups and last but not the least one European Cup.
Featuring under Anfield legend Bill Shankly, Smith played in 638 games for Liverpool, good for eighth all time on the club's appearance charts, and scored 48 goals for the club.
Arguably his biggest goal came toward the end of his run with Liverpool, as he scored the victor in the 1977 European Cup final over Borussia Monchengladbach.
"So desperately sorry to hear of the passing of Tommy Smith a real legend of the club". Legendary player, legendary moment'.
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Liverpool hero Jamie Carragher said: "An awesome man and player, the "Anfield iron" as he was christened by Bill Shankly".
Liverpool said in a statement on their website that they were "deeply saddened" by the news. "Great captain and leader of men thoughts are with family and friends", Clemence said.
The Anfield club announced Smith - a multiple trophy victor during his time with them - had died on Friday night.
Smith was one of the most influential figures in the club's long history, spending 18 years with the club.
His dedication and influence at Anfield was recognised with his appointment as the club's captain in 1970 and the hunger for silverware Smith shared with Shankly and his teammates ensured the Reds reached new heights of dominance.
Tommy is survived by Janette, son Darren and four grandchildren, Matthew, William, Jessica and Imogen.