John O. "Sam" Grade
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John O. 'Sam' Grade

Shoreview, MN - Grade, John 'Sam' age 72, passed away peacefully September 7, 2020. Sam was born and raised in Elm Grove, WI. Preceded in death by his father, Dr. John O. Grade; brothers Dr. Thomas and Michael Grade. Survived by his wife, Catherine; children John III (Maria) and Benjamin Grade, Kenneth (Johanna) Bougie; grandchildren Micaela, Natalia and Sam Grade; siblings Johanna (Jack), Margaret, Matthew, Benjamin (Sandy), Andrew (Tricia), Mary (Peter), Charles (Barb) and Jean; brother-in-law Edward (Sommer) Bougie; many nieces, nephews, other family and friends. A celebration of Sam's life will be held at a later date.

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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from Sep. 16 to Sep. 17, 2020.
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October 12, 2020
"Sam" was a lovely man I knew in childhood. Our families were/are great friends since 1953. Sam became my guitar teacher at a very early age. While I wasn't a particularly good student, and was there primarily to learn to play pop music, Sam lovingly taught me to appreciate classical guitar. Something I take with me today. Thank you. Rest in Peace Sam.
Michael Denny
Friend
October 12, 2020
Sam was the best older brother; he taught us all to read, protected us, build tree forts, organized games, was in the highest level in the Catholic Church as an altar boy. We will all miss him
Johanna Perkins
Family
October 12, 2020
Wonderful Man
Johanna Perkins
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