his Life

Born in Paisley, Scotland, he immigrated to the United States in 1952, moving to the Bronx. He later  moved His family to Staten Island, NY where they lived in Grant City before settling in Annadale in 1973, and then relocated to New Jersey in 1986.

 "Sammy"  served very proudly as a staff sergeant in the British army, stationed in Britain and Greece.

He had a 28-year career as a Stationary Engineer for the City  of New York. Department of Sanitation, assigned to Brooklyn. He retired in 1984.

 He loved to play golf, and was always making time to practice or get a quick game in somewhere, somehow with His only Son Brian, or any of His Son in laws. His childhood dream came true, when He played a game on St.Andrews Course, in Scotland, the first golf course in the world. He loved taking care of his garden, going on vacations and visiting Scotland. He was always quick with a joke, and a smile was always on His face

"The Chief" was a member and past Chief of Clan Campbell 228, a social club for those of Scottish descent, and the Foresters. 

"Live for the memories He once told me" Brian S. Faulds Stated, "They just don't make men like my Dad anymore. They broke the mold after Him. I am so grateful for all that He has taught me, He'll always be my Greatest Hero".

His beloved wife of 58 years, the former Margaret Murphy,who He adored, died in July. His granddaughter, Samantha Ambriel Faulds, passed too soon in 2009.

Surviving, and dearly missing Him is His Only Son, Brian S.; his daughters,  Deborah L. Foran; Joanne Prato, Evelyn and linda,  a sister, Margaret Kennedy, and 14 grandchildren.