Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road
SAMSON, George J.

SAMSON, George J.

George J. SAMSON, Age 89.  Beloved husband of the late Anna R. (nee Jerdonek).  Dearest father of Joseph (Cindy), Julia Maresh (Anthony), and William (Diana).  Loving grandfather of Johanna, Kristina, Lisa, Rebecca, Jessica, Allison, and step-grandfather of Michael and Christopher.  Dear brother of Magdeline Liutkus and the following deceased: Albert and Joseph. 

Mass of Christian Burial, Monday, November 14 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Francis DeSales Church.  Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery.  VISITATION AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD., PARMA, (BETWEEN RIDGE AND SNOW) SUNDAY 1-6 p.m.  If desired, the family suggests contributions to Holy Family Hospice, 6707 State Rd., Parma, Oh 44134.


Messages of Condolence

  1. George, your one of the most intelligent men that I ever had the privledge of knowing. Tougher than most solider’s I know. I love you very much but I know now you are in a better place. You will be missed greatly by your family and friends.

    P.S. Please say hi to Phyllis for me!

    -Michael Anthony

  2. We live across the street from Mr. Samson. We were always amazed at his love of life and his enjoyment of talking with his neighbors. It was strange to see his car parked in one spot for any period of time because he was always on the go, even when our snowstorms kept everyone inside. That is almost everyone, not Mr. Samson. He will be missed and our thoughts and prayers go out to not only his family, but his extended family of friends as well.

  3. George was an inspiration to me, a model of a real Catholic Christian man. He was tireless in his work at St. Francis de Sales parish, always fixing something, working in the background. You would have thought that that was his full time job. I am proud to have known him.

  4. Dear family of George J. Samson,

    I am writing this letter because I read the obituary online for your dear loved one George J. Samson. Although, I was unable to attend her memorial service Monday, I wanted to write this letter to give your family comfort.

    Many people blame God for the death of a loved one. Some may say it was their time. Is that how you feel? No one can say what will happen in their life from one day to the next. Time and unforseen occurrences befalls us all, regardless of our walk in life. So it makes you wonder, would a God of love want to see his creation in pain and suffering as we all are today?

    The only true source of comfort comes from God’s word the bible. In your copy of the bible, I encourage you to read Romans 5:17 which tells us that death will not be forever. At Acts 24:15, the bible tells us that there will be a resurrection of both the righteous and unrighteous. Many believe that the earth will be destroyed and all who die will go to heaven, but at Psalms 37:11 tells us that the meek will possess the earth and find their exquisite delight in the abundance of peace.

    Our earth was wonderfully created, but unfortunately, greed and carelessness of man has caused havoc on the earth. If a landlord has rented his home and there are destructive tenants in the home, he does not tear down the house, but he evicts the tenants.

    So there is hope for all mankind. Isaiah 65:17 tells us that God is creating a new heaven and a new earth. So some will live in heaven, but many will live on the earth reunited with loved ones lost to death. This hope extends to you and your family and the entire earth of mankind. God will not tolerate wickedness forever. Soon he will also end pain and suffering forever, and one day you can be reunited with your dear loved one again. Comfort given through God’s word the bible helps us to know that death is not the final end to all things.

    Psalms 83:18 tells us that God’s name is Jehovah. The bible identifies him as a personal God and he is close to the broken hearted. He is well aware of the pain your family is feeling, and he will permanently put an end to all of mankinds suffering soon.

    You can have many of life’s important questions answered for you in the bible. Its only a fingertip away. Or, if you have more concerns and/or questions about life’s most important issues now and for the future, please do not hesitate contacting your local Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

    Angela Dixon

  5. George left an impression on everyone he met ,the Light of Christ shone on him and through all the time .We are all better people for having known him . I hope we will walk together again someday.

  6. Pshaw! A Connecticut Yankee, idened. Belay your clamtrap, scurvy cur. How dare you malign the mighty, noble and sublimely succulent Whole Bellied Clam? Any true Yankee who takes issue with Phylum Numptious shall be smitten on his addled pate with the Divine Bell-Buoy of Retribution. No doubt your gustatory dissatisfaction was due to tasting not The Clam, but rather your own filth and bile on your churlish fingers as you stuffed them into your slavering maw. May your hair turn to seaweed and your eyelids to crustacea. May hermit crabs take up residence in your ears, and may walk with the gait of a cormorant.Best Wishes, A Yankee True, Devout and Wicked Stout

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