Samuel Allen Warner , 64, died peacefully on September 20, 2022 at his home in Chimayo, New Mexico, after a long battle with COPD.
Sam was born on September 27th, 1957 in San Diego, California to Mary Louise Berry and Albert Francis Warner.
Sam married his best friend Beverly Markham on October 12th, 2004. He always said God blessed him everyday for living his life to the fullest, being a loving husband, dad, brother, son-in-law, P-Paw, and friend.
Sam was a master roofer for over 20 years in California. He enjoyed being on the roof doing what he did best. He always said that when he was working on the roof, he was happy and content with his life.
Sam loved life and cherished every day. He always had so much to give and always had a smile on his face. He always met all of life’s challenges head on.
He loved to tell stories of his life as a tuna fishermen on a huge tuna boat. He would tell of his adventures on and off the boat, and all of the gorgeous places that he traveled. He had such a vivid mind. He would take you on his travels as he told his stories He was my world traveler and I never got tired of listening to him talk.
Sam loved camping on the beach, surfing, baseball, bowling on a league with his friends, and the tournament that took us to many different states, cities and towns. He also loved the game of golf. He always had a great time with family and friends playing on any golf course he could find.
Sam loved his family and all of his grandchildren with such a huge heart. He always put family first. One of his greatest gifts was the adoption of his stepdaughter Jennifer on October 12th 2018 on our 14th wedding anniversary a day filled with so much love and happiness.
Sam’s awesome life will be forever cherished in the hearts of his family and friends. Sam’s survived by his loving wife Beverly Warner, sister Diana and husband Robert, daughter Jennifer and husband Greg, son Jared, mother-in-law Catherine Clough, nephew Brian and wife Katherine and grandchildren Jakobey, Cimmaron, Makayla, Tig, Kade, Janiyah.
A Memorial Service is scheduled at 12 noon on Thursday on October 6th in the Sangre de Christo Chapel of DeVargas Funeral Home.
The family of Samuel Warner has entrusted the care of their loved one to the Devargas Funeral Home & Crematory of the Espanola Valley. (505) 747-7477 www.devargasfh.com