Cassmere F. Samrow, Jr., 79, passed away March 24, 2020 at his home in Benbrook.
His memorial service and his final Inurnment service at the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, with full military honors, has been delayed because of the limitations and restrictions put upon us by COVID-19.
In lieu of flowers, please consider memorials to the Alzheimers Association.
Cassmere Frank Samrow "Sam" "Peck", Jr. was born April 5, 1940 in New Orleans, La. From the first moment he saw Jay, he said "I'm going to marry that girl". He did and they were together for nearly 60 years. Together they loved to camp, fish, travel, and spend time with their friends and family. Going to the camps in New Orleans was always the highlight of the year. Sam served in the U.S. Army for over 20 years and he retired in Fort Worth when he got a job at General Dynamics, where he retired again.
Sam was always there to lend a hand. He could and would fix everything that was broken. Once he began to slow down he started to enjoy spending quality time with his great-granddaughters. His time on earth will be remembered by all those many people whose lives he touched.
Sam was preceded in death by his father, Cassmere Frank Samrow, Sr.; his mother, Mathilda Bodin; and his sister, Frances Samrow Boudreaux.
Survivors: Loving wife, Jaynel Armstrong Samrow; daughter, Dannette Martin and her husband, Jeff; son, Donald Samrow and his wife, JoAnne Hartung Samrow; his son, Dean Samrow and his wife, Robin Clark Samrow; grandchildren, Justin Johnson, Paul Johnson, Staci Brown Gillespie, Phillip Samrow, Richard Samrow, and Lawrence Samrow; great-granddaughters, Abigail Brown and Lily Gillespie; and many bonus grandchildren through marriage.
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