Posted by Jeanette Singh on May 6, 2020
Thank you my Uncle Sam.You taught Robin and me to be the people we grew up to be-loyal,caring,loving,and above all learning everything that was there to investigate and going steps further.You never allowed us to be just students at Aurora school but kept prodding us to be better every day.
Words cannot express all we owe you for creating in us the love of Nature and reading and the values we still cherish and live by.
God "s arms are wide open to receive you and my beautiful aunty , my brother and your brother(my father) are all waiting .
You were a BIG part of my childhood and all the years following.
LOve always UNCLE!
Posted by Terry Katchay on May 4, 2020
Dear Yvette, Lita, Ouveta, Neraun,

Our deepest sympathy on the passing of your dad. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all as you heal from his loss. He will forever be alive as you remember and cherish all the many memories that you shared over the years.

Love and prayers from A. Lily and family
Posted by Elizabeth Vieira on April 30, 2020
A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in your hearts and minds, and through you, great memories live on. Our heartfelt condolences to everyone, and he will not be forgotten.
Posted by Justin Lee-Own on April 29, 2020
With the same eyes, through different times, I always looked up to you...
As an infant I was fascinated and full of curiosity about you...
As a child I was hypnotized by your presence and captivated by you...
As a young man full of ignorance I sought comfort and enlightenment from you...
As a man full of respect, I was simply in awe of you...

Last week I looked down at you, knowing that it would be the last time that I would see your face.
In that moment of silence I established a communion between us...
Between this world that you had shed yourself of, and the world that, for now, I can only shut my eyes and contemplate...

You taught me that death is a necessary part of the cycle of life...
You taught me to understand it as a transition of the soul from the “here” to the “there”... 
To never spend time worrying about death and to never waste time living in fear of it.

Some of the greatest memories that I will forever hold on to are from the time spent at Shae Court.
Because of you, our youth was super soaked with joyous memories of epic water gun battles...
Our imaginations had no limits as we drove our power wheels around the borders of the cul de sac...
We rode our bicycles as if they were thoroughbred stallions all over the neighborhood...
Climbing the ladder into our tree house for a mini retreat...
We swung so high on our swing set convinced we could touch the sky...
We were probably the only kids on the block who played croquet...
You taught us to never be afraid, yet tales of the creatures in the dark wooden shed kept us away...

The more I reflect on our youth, the more I am amazed by your effort to make all that happen for us.

Grandad, my Sundays have never been the same.

As a young adult you taught me to take responsibility for my actions no matter the consequence.

As a man you taught me to always stay humble in the service of others...
To never apologize for what one must do in order to protect one’s family...

You were a man who saw the world as his oyster and loved his family to the moon and back!

A man who meant different things to many people, but to me, to us your grandchildren, you will always be our Grandad, a provider and our protector.

To the only Grandfather that I ever knew, I thank you for sharing your Light with us and I look forward to the moment that our souls meet again.

Well done Grandad... well done my friend.

Forever Grateful,

Posted by Barbara Mendes on April 29, 2020
I’m deeply saddened at the news of the passing of Mr. Samuel Sahoy. It was my privilege to grow up knowing Mr. & Mrs Sahoy and their daughters. Indeed he’s left an impressive legacy that will be perpetuated for generations. Everyone can take solace in a life well lived and know he’s at peace and reunited with his beloved Doreen where there’s no more suffering only joy
Posted by Jason Duncan on April 28, 2020
It's hard to put into words how it feels to lose such a great man, My Grandfather, Sam Sahoy. There are two things that were always clear; He loved each and every one of us unconditionally and he always wanted the best for us / for us to want the best for ourselves. The stories told, wisdom shared, and memories created will never be forgotten. Thank you for all you did for us.

Rest in Peace Grandad.
Posted by Jonathan Kramer on April 28, 2020
We offer our condolences for the passing of this accomplished patriarch. During this time of sadness, we pray that God will grant each of you His peace and comfort and that you will remember all the good times together.
Posted by Katherina Sahoy on April 26, 2020
Grandad, it was an honour to be home and have the chance to take care of you this past month. During this experience, I have learned so much and I will forever cherish you in my heart. I know you are always going to be there as my guardian angel to watch over me as well as help me in school. I love you so much and I want to thank you for the blessing, and all of the messages that will help me throughout my career.
You truly are my hero!!
Rest In Peace and forever in my heart
Posted by Samantha Zufelt on April 26, 2020
Dear family,

His great grand daughter, Kat, has been my best friend for a couple years now. Based on our conversations, her love for him has been obvious. He will forever be remembered, and hopefully he is resting peacefully with predeceased family members. Much love <3 my prayers are with his whole family and everyone impacted.
Posted by Annalisa Gafoor on April 26, 2020
Rest in Peace
Posted by Chris Gafoor on April 26, 2020

The world has lost one of the greatest men to have lived in the past century. Sam Sahoy lived an exciting and fulfilling life, one in which only two things had any meaning to him:

1) his immediate family, comprised of his wife, 5 children, 8 grandchildren, and 5 great grandchildren; and 

2) the art and science of justice! 

He will be dearly missed but I know a part of him still lives on inside of us all!

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