Sam was my teacher at Howard University a work colleague and a friend who was one of many who helped me in my career. I am saddened by his passing.
Philip Aaron Lacy (Clinton, MD)
I knew Sam since 1979 while working at Cohen and Karydas, a local Architectural firm. I drew inspiration from his passion for his work and his dedication to excellence. We later became good friends and shared many moments together.
I just found out about his passing. I was trying to get him to go to an architecture seminar with me, as we usually did.
Its a shock and I shall miss him always.
He loved his profession.
A great friend.
Rest in peace.
The faculty of Architecture at Howard University just received notice of Sam's passing. We are deeply saddened by the notice. He was a trusted colleague and dedicated teacher. Harry Robinson, Dean Emeritus
I met Sam only once -- about three weeks ago he came to Adelphi Friends Meeting, and during worship he offered a touching description of his late wife and her work with Quakers, adding that he thought she would be happy that he came and shared with us about her life and work. The worship was deepened and enriched by his message. He will be missed, and remembered in our prayers.
My most sincere condolences to you, Mona and Leila and your families on the loss of your mother and father. May they rest with our Lord and may time help ease your grief. God rest their souls.