First, congratulations for quitting smoking. I smoked, know how hard it is to quit, and that was the best thing you ever did for your body.
Your trigs are a bit high, your hdl's a bit low, but the hdl/ldl ratio is good. I'm betting your doctor will suggest you exercise regularly, cut down on the beer/wine/surgary soft drinks, etc., mix in more salads with olive oil/vinegar, but frankly, the tests look great to me. I don't think your smoking affected a slightly high Trig number, probably a high sugar diet from eating out bumped it up.
Flycaster is correct, your numbers are off but your ratios are good. Google Metabolic X Syndrome, it s characterized by having high TGLs and low HDL. You can most likely get your numbers where you need to be by cutting out items that metabolize to sugar like pastas, breads and sweets and as noted above alcohol. We have very similar numbers, my HDL was 39 and my LDL was 67 on my last test. You should be pleased with your numbers, they are very good.