Raymon E. Samec

raymon samec

December 12, 1937 ~ April 4, 2019

Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Raymon E. Samec, 81, passed away April 4, 2019. Preceded in death by parents, Edward and Lena Samec. Survived by loving wife of 56 years, Frances Samec; daughters, Roxanne Campbell (Justin McCamon), Janelle Sheppard, Lori (Casey) Brown and Amy (Dean) Huth; grandchildren, Ashley (Kenny), Terah (Ben), Lindsey, Sara (Logan), Joe, Noah, Connor and Brooke; great-grandchildren, Sophie and Dempsey; sister-in-law, Rose Scancarello; and beloved dogs, Izzy and Lady. Raymon was born Dec. 12, 1937, in Pueblo and was a teacher with District 60 for 33 years. He enjoyed golf, hunting, bowling and fishing. Raymon was a lifelong member of Trinity Lutheran Church, and served on the Board of Education there for many years. He was also a member of F.O.E. Aerie 145, where he enjoyed playing cards with his good friends. The family would like to thank Dr. Gaide, his nurse, Rachel Perricone and Sangre de Cristo Hospice for their care. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Saturday, April 13, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 701 W. Evans Ave., Pastor Randy Bolt officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran School, 701 W. Evans Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004 or Joni Fair Hospice House, 1207 Pueblo Blvd. Way, Pueblo, CO 81005. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. My condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Samec.

    Although I have fond memories of all my teachers at Columbian Elementary, I’ll never forget Mr. Samec and Mr. Slaughter making it possible for us to watch “The World Series” — long before every household had a television! He was a great educator, and also made his students aware of his pride in his family.

    K. Harmes
    Seattle, WA

  2. I’m so sorry for your loss. My condolences to the entire family. I’m hope you find comfort in your memories. Thoughts and prayers.

  3. So sorry for your loss. Ray was in my 1955 Central High School graduating class. It was a great year. I see Duke Ralston already sent condolences from our class.

  4. So sorry to hear of Mr. Samec’s passing. May be forever rest in eternal peace. So a large part of my middle schools and high school years were spent with the Samec family. You are all wrapped in my thoughts and prayers. God’s blessings to you all.

  5. On behalf of Ray’s Central High School Class of 1955, we extend our sympathy to you, his family and to his many friends, at your loss. Our class has lost so many of its classmates throughout these post graduation years. It never becomes any easier to express our sadness and sorrow with each passing. We are all remembering him now and thinking of you.

  6. So Sorry to hear about Ray. Enjoyed our Golf Trips a while back.
    He had a great sense of humor and will miss his phone calls.
    Our prayers are with you and your family.
    God Bless.

  7. My heart and prayers are with you all during this most difficult time. May the Lord hold you extra close and bring you comfort.

  8. I am sorry to learn about the loss of Ray. I have such fond memories of him bowling with my parents, and him playing golf with dad. They had such a special friendship. I’m sure they are already hitting the links or placing bets on the Final Four results. Your family is in my prayers at this time. May the Lord comfort you.

  9. My family and I really enjoyed hunting with Ray at Nepesta, he laughed at me because I shot something I didn’t know what it was, a Chukar, I found out later. We sure enjoyed sitting in the blind on a beautiful morning watching the sun come up. You taught us it really wasn’t about hunting, but enjoying life and those around you. Thanks, Ray!

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