Sam D. Appell

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  1. Florence Bullock

    Sam was one of those rare individuals who always seemed to have a smile on his face. He brightened the lives of hundreds of students and teachers. I have no doubt that there are many adults who today would say that Sam helped them through very difficult years.

  2. Gloria Hauenstein

    Uncle Sam was a wonderful man who enriched the lives of all he touched. I can rember him as a fun loving guy when I was a small girl. He stood in for my Dad when he was in England during WWII and I will always remember the large teddy bear he gave me when I was born. I cherished that bear for many years. May he find peace and join my Mother his sister on the other side..

  3. Jean Rowe Patterson

    I always thought it was neat that I had a real “Uncle Sam.” As I grew older, I appreciated his fun loving spirit, his smile that was ever ready and most of all, his creative talent that seemed to find a way to make something artsy from anything – even old barn wood. For Sam, “It is a small thing to have enjoyed the sun, to have lived light in the spring, to have loved, to have thought, to have done, to have had true friends.” May he rest in peace.

  4. Ruth Schoening

    Dear Mary Lou and family, I am sorry for your lose. I enjoyed working with Sam at Euclid. I had many good years there. I still am using the lamp I got from you. Ruth Schoening

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Life Stories

Sam D. Appell

In Loving Memory

Born:
December 3, 1920 St. Nazaire, France

Passed Away:
January 12, 2012 Castle Rock, Colorado

Services
St. Augustine Catholic Parish, Brighton, Colorado at 11:00 am
 
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“Sam was born on December 3, 1920 to a career Master Sergeant, Sam Appell, and a French war bride, Juliette Marie Fleur Portier

4 Online Guestbook Entries

  1. Florence Bullock

    Sam was one of those rare individuals who always seemed to have a smile on his face. He brightened the lives of hundreds of students and teachers. I have no doubt that there are many adults who today would say that Sam helped them through very difficult years.

  2. Gloria Hauenstein

    Uncle Sam was a wonderful man who enriched the lives of all he touched. I can rember him as a fun loving guy when I was a small girl. He stood in for my Dad when he was in England during WWII and I will always remember the large teddy bear he gave me when I was born. I cherished that bear for many years. May he find peace and join my Mother his sister on the other side..

  3. Jean Rowe Patterson

    I always thought it was neat that I had a real “Uncle Sam.” As I grew older, I appreciated his fun loving spirit, his smile that was ever ready and most of all, his creative talent that seemed to find a way to make something artsy from anything – even old barn wood. For Sam, “It is a small thing to have enjoyed the sun, to have lived light in the spring, to have loved, to have thought, to have done, to have had true friends.” May he rest in peace.

  4. Ruth Schoening

    Dear Mary Lou and family, I am sorry for your lose. I enjoyed working with Sam at Euclid. I had many good years there. I still am using the lamp I got from you. Ruth Schoening

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