A ship sails away and we see it no more; but we know it is going to some other shore. Our dear one passes on and we see him no more; but we know he will be waiting on some other shore.
  • 103 years old
  • Born on May 17, 1913 in Guyana.
  • Passed away on October 27, 2016 in Georgetown, Guyana.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Wilfred Sampson, 103, born on May 17, 1913 and passed away on October 27, 2016. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Heather Morris on 3rd November 2017
Rest in Peace, Dad. You are greatly missed.
Posted by Gem Sampson on 9th January 2017
To The Sampson's family: Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. May he rest in peace in the loving arms of Jesus. From The Grant's family.
Posted by Gem Sampson on 6th January 2017
You will always be a part of your family, dad. You made sure of that by trength, determination, passion for life and health and so much more. With love and respect, rest in peace and rise in glory.
Posted by Amos Britton on 30th December 2016
After such a long fruitful life, there is a lot to emulate. I pray that the candle of courage he left burning will light the way for so many to follow. RIP your journey here is over.
Posted by Amos Britton on 29th December 2016
"Champ" Sampson served with dignity. On behalf of the Guyana ex Police Association of America my deepest n sincere gratitude and sympathy to the Sampson's family. May the Lord blessed n keep the siblingss. RIP CHAMP
Posted by Amos Britton on 22nd December 2016
Deepest sympathy to the extended family of Brother Sampson. The values and love he shared with family and friends will forever live on in our memory. May eternal light forever shine on his beautiful soul. Gone but never will be forgotten. R.I.P Margaret Lewis
Posted by Amos Britton on 22nd December 2016
As we grieve, let us ponder on the many good times we've spent with Bro. Sampson. Still vivid today is my memory of May 2013 when we joined him to celebrate his 100th birthday during GEPAOA's 47th Anniversary Celebration. May his soul find eternal peace in the arms of the LORD. Rest In Peace My Brother until we meet again. Amos Britton.

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