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James Newton Sampson

Born: Sun., Jul. 22, 1934
Died: Thu., Jul. 10, 2014

Interment following funeral service

Sun., Jul. 13, 2014
Location: Deep Branch Baptist Church


1:30 PM to 3:30 PM, Sun., Jul. 13, 2014
Location: Thompson's Funeral Home

Funeral Service

3:30 PM Sun., Jul. 13, 2014
Location: Thompson's Funeral Home

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Mr. James Newton Sampson, 79, of South McPhatter Rd., Red Springs was born July 22, 1934 to the late Mr. Benny Newton Sampson and Mrs. Vilena Strickland Sampson departed this life, July 10, 2014 at First Health Hospice House.

     He is preceded in death by his wife, Mrs. Dora Frances Sampson; his siblings, Stenson, Verla B., Mark, David, Grady, Patricia, Betty, Linda and Ervin.

     Mr. Sampson leaves to cherish his memories five daughters, Mrs. Lisa S. Crabtree (Mike) of Red Springs, Mrs. Meletha Frances Brewer (Steven) of Carthage, Mrs. Pecouse S. Lucas (James) of Pembroke, Ms. Viola Sampson of Raeford and Mrs. Laura Ann Kinlaw (Kevin) of Conway, SC; five sons, Mr. James Michael A. Sampson (Susan) of Wagram, Mr. Jerry Sampson, Mr. Jackie Brewer (Kathleen) and Mr. Darnell Morgan all of Aberdeen and Mr. Joseph Sampson (Michele) of New York;  five sisters, Mrs. Minnie Frances Holmes of Michigan, Mrs. Lillian Grasham of Oregon, Ms. Monnie Gray of Fayetteville, Ms. Ancie Dale McDowell of Hope Mills and Mrs. Carol Norris of Lillington; one brother, Mr. Henry Talmadge Sampson of Lumberton; two special granddaughters, Miss. Ashley P. Crabtree and Miss. SaBrina K. Crabtree; 28 grandchildren; 21 great grandchildren, his special four legged friend, Pooch and a host of other relatives and friends.

     One our fondest memories of Daddy was when grace was being said, which began with “Lord make us true and thankful” and ended with “for His namesake, Amen.”

     Our Dad was an avid fisherman, coon hunter and gardener, hobbies he enjoyed so much; Our Daddy will be sorely missed. Dad was loved most by those who knew him best.

     On a happy note, Daddy’s favorite saying at the end of a conversation was, “Well, that’s it then.”

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Vileanna Sampson Dailey
   Posted Tue July 15, 2014
Dear Lisa & family: Uncle James will be greatly missed. You all are in our prayers and thoughts. There will be tears at times and you'll also have that joy when you sit around remember when. Know that God is always here. We Love you and are sorry we didn't go to the funeral, we were not told about it until Sunday evening. Please email when you can. God Bless and we Love you.

The Dailey Family

pam lowry locklear
   Posted Thu July 17, 2014
Sorry about your loss, he was related to my mom Minnie Sampson Lowry. She passed last year.

Paradise is a special place we all long to go too and see our loved ones.70

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