Kenmore, New York

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

To Gail & Family. Just heard the sad news. I did business with Sam for many years on and off and was always touched by his dedication helping those less fortunate with his work. He was always a pleasure to work and talk with. I will miss working with him. I am honored to have known him and my heart goes out to you and your family. ...Mark Fischman

Gail, You didn't know me and I haven't seen Sam in 40 years since we graduated High School. Sam, Charlie Blanck, Bob Cornell' Tom Purves and I had a band in High school. We had a blast playing all those old tunes. My prayers are with you and your family. Duane Mohney

cousin gail,
the grapevine just reached the west sorry to hear of your loss.
i remember the time i visited and you and sam were so nice to me.
he was a genuine man and i loved the fact that you had someone that nice in your life.
be strong.
cousin becky

To my dear friends at Allentown Industries and to Sam's family and friends,
I am so sorry for your heart ache and great loss. Sam was a very warm and respectful person. His smile will always brighten our hearts and spirits as we remember him.
love, Rebecca Roche

Sam was a friend first and business associate of mine second for a number of years. He will be missed. The last time I saw Sam was a car show in West Seneca. He was really proud of his Studebakers. Rest in peace my friend. God bless the family in this time of sorrow. Stan Kubik, Alden, N.Y.(Holling Press)

sam was a business associate and friend for 25 years. our thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this time of great sorrow. rest in peace my friend.

ivan j bissell

Gail & Our Family,

Sammy wanted for nothing. He was a complete man who brought light and smiles into all of our lives. From the days on the farm until now a legacy of love and kindness.

God Bless and keep you in his hands.

Sharon, Frank and Micha Sisti

I ate lunch with Sam almost every Tuesday for the past several years and I always looked forward to our conversations. We talked music, our experiences in bands, and politics. Sam had the best stories and was so thoughtful and kind. 101 Oak St. was a richer place because of Sam. My deepest condolences to his family, who I know he loved very much.

I met Sam through business networking events and always looked forward to seeing him. He had a rare quality of being able to connect to people and had an infectious smile. He will be terribly missed. May your memories bring comfort.


Sam's Obituary

Sam LICATA passed away in Kenmore, New York. Funeral Home Services for Sam are being provided by D. Lawrence Ginnane Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Buffalo News on May 3, 2012.