Sally Sampson

Sally Sampson Sally Sampson age 80 of Belview passed away Monday, August 1, 2016 at the Parkview Home in Belview.  Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, August 5 at Grace Lutheran Church in Belview.  Visitation will be 4:00-7:00 p.m. Thursday AT THE CHURCH, and will continue one hour prior to the service on Friday.  Burial will be in Grace Lutheran Cemetery.  Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com.  Stephens Funeral Service – Redwood Valley Funeral Home in Redwood Falls is assisting the family with arrangements.

Sally Joyce (Butzer) Sampson was born July 21, 1936 in Redwood Falls, Minnesota to Walter and Rachel (Westphal) Butzer.  She was baptized and confirmed in Zion Lutheran Church in Morton.  Sally grew up in Morton and graduated from Morton Public High School.  She attended Mankato Teachers College.  On June 17, 1956 Sally was united in marriage to Edward Sampson at Zion Lutheran Church in Morton.  Sally and Edward owned Sampson Hardware & Plumbing until their retirement in 2005.  Sally was a member of Grace Lutheran Church, Belview Booster Club, Parkview Auxiliary, Belview Parent Teachers Association, Belview Music Mothers, the Traveling Belview Country Show as Mini Pearl, and was a long-time member and past president of the Belview Legion Auxiliary.  She helped organize the first Red Cross blood drives in Belview and for many years was an election judge.  Sally enjoyed spending time at the lake, playing cards with friends, and spending time with family, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.  She was a loving, caring person, always willing to lend an ear and helping hand.  Sally has been a friend and blessed more people than she ever will know.  Sally loved her family and friends.

Sally is survived by her children: Lee (Georgia) Sampson, Ann Bruns (special friend Bruce Rakke), and Jon (Kelly) Sampson; grandsons: Travis (Stephanie) Bruns, Thomas (Lacey) Bruns, Troy (Kimberly) Bruns, and Ryan (Bobbi Jo) Luckhardt; great grandchildren: Lydia, Hattie, and Grayson, Malaya, Marquis, Malikye, and Marion; brothers David (Norita) Butzer and Gary (Dee) Butzer; nieces and nephews.  She is preceded in death by her parents, husband Edward, sister Betty Blatt, and brother James Butzer.

 

Comments

  1. Linda & Rich Sullivan says:

    Hugs and prayers for the family. We miss our next door neighbors and all our conversations. Peace and love.

  2. Vicki Ellingson says:

    So sorry to here of Sally’s passing. She was truly a wonderful person.

  3. Roy & Sue Kodet says:

    Ann, Lee , Jon and families, We send our deepest sympathy and prayers on the loss of your Mother ! Let your great memories of her help with the healing of this loss.

  4. Mary Jo (Dodie) Peterson Schaaf says:

    To the Sampson family; My deepest sympathy to you. I remember Sally as a wonderful fun lady! She was my mom’s best friend and remember her over for coffee and all their giggles in the kitchen. Keep memories of her close to your heart.

  5. Troy Loiselle says:

    So Sorry for your lose,
    What a wonderful and remarkable lady-
    You all have my hugs, prayers and thoughts.

  6. Diane Amberg says:

    To all of the Sampson family: I am so sad to hear that Sally has passed, she always made me felt welcome when I was over to the house; she was always happy and in a good mood. A great lady that will be missed. Love and peace to the family.

  7. Jim & Karen Sandgren says:

    Kelly, Jon, and the entire Sampson family, we are so sorry to hear your mother Sally has passed away. Our deepest sympathy to your family during this difficult time. May all the years of wonderful memories help ease your sorrow and bring comfort you.

  8. The Sampson Family says:

    Everyone,
    Thank you for the the thoughts, wishes, memories and condolences. They make a difficult time a bit easier.

  9. Bob & Joey Van Hee says:

    Our heart-felt sympathy to the entire family. What a great family! The Sampson family devoted/dedicated their
    lives to the Belview Community, and surrounding area. They are icons, of what “small-town” America
    is all about. Many, many memories of growing up in the Belview area, and the Sampson family is a big
    part of those memories, especially the Hardware Store, and the conversations. The wonderful memories, and conversations with friends, of your loved ones, and yourselves, are the best “healers” in these difficult times. They comfort you, and help to ease the sorrow.

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