Sam-Danner-Obituary

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Sam T. Danner

KANSAS CITY, Kansas

Jun 30, 1956 – Sep 1, 2021 (Age 65)

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BORN
June 30, 1956
DIED
September 1, 2021
AGE
65
LOCATION
KANSAS CITY, Kansas

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Skradski Funeral Home - Kansas City Obituary

Sam T. Danner a life long resident of Kansas City, Kansas passed away peacefully at home on September 1st. He is survived by his beloved wife of 44 years Monica, daughter Alison, her husband John and grandchildren Samantha, J.W. and step granddaughter Brooklynn, sisters.... Sandy, Linda and her husband Walter. Sam is also survived by many family members, nephews, nieces and friends that will miss his heartwarming smile and sense of humor. Sam was a plethora of knowledge and a prolific card player. He was also the sitting Commissioner of the Ladies Auxiliary.
 
His pilgrimage of 65 years covered many careers including chemical applicator and mechanic. Sam finally found his forever job working for the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Public Utilities. He retired from the BPU after 17 years of dedicated service.
Sam will be truly missed by everyone that knew him. Rest in peace my good friend.........

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Monica, just heard about Sam today, I’m so sorry and you are in my thoughts and prayers. Just remember each time you smile and speak his name, he will live on.

Monica, so sorry to hear about Sam. I’ve missed him since he retired. Sam was always good for a laugh, I often looked forward to when are paths would cross at work.

Monica I am so sorry for the loss of your husband! Prayers to you and the family!

Monica so sorry to hear about your lost of Sam. My prayers are with you and Allison and rest of family. If you need anything just call me.

Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

Monica, I’m so sorry about Sam. I’m here for you in any way you need. Take care of yourself. Love to Allison and the kids as well. Amy

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With caring thoughts you and your family are held close in heart and wished comfort in the days to come.

You'll be missed so deeply, Sam. We'll miss your laughing, nice words that made things seem better. And those 'bear' hugs. We love you, Sam. Theresa & Danny