Sam Wright, Jr.

Born: Thu., Sep. 29, 1955
Died: Fri., Dec. 20, 2019

Memorial Service

11:00 AM Sat., Jan. 04, 2020
Location: International House of Worship, INC.

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Barbara & the Entire Shore Stop Staff
   Posted Thu January 02, 2020
Mr. Sam will be horribly missed by the entire Staff at the Preston Shore Stop. His big smile and huge heart will forever be remembered.

   Posted Thu January 02, 2020

Missy Gallagher
   Posted Fri January 03, 2020
So sorry to hear of Sam's passing. I knew him from work. He was a sweet and kind man. Always had a kind word to say. Prayers for his family and loved ones.

Nettie Gloster
   Posted Mon January 06, 2020
My dear friend have gone to be with the Lord. I was shocked to read that my friend departed this life. I met Sam at the United State Postal Service in Easton, Maryland and the supervisor told him to find Ms. Nettie and do what she tell you to do and every time we saw each other Sam would say that and we would laugh. Such a happy guy. He will truly be missed. Keep his memory alive.

Lois Elder
   Posted Tue January 07, 2020
I only knew him as "Fox" (didn't know his real name) and didn't recognize this picture because he's not wearing his hat!! He was always so kind and helpful when he worked at the "Preston Landfill" was a dirty job, but he took so much pride in his duties. Always asked, "how you doing", always had a smile and something funny to say. And that laugh was contagious.....such a nice guy. I pray that the family will be strengthened by the memories you have of your loved one. May God bless and keep you.

Sylvia Bolden
   Posted Fri January 10, 2020
Sorry to hear of the passing of your loved one. Just reading all the condolences that people have wrote Sam was a very lovable person. I first met Fox(what a lot of people called him) working with Uncle Clarence Parker on the trash truck and at his Tavern in Preston. Then after that worked with him at Allen's in Cordova where he was a Security Guard. A very nice person and I know he will be missed. Family, you are in my prayers.

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