Samuel Sanchez

SKMBT_C45015112713120Samuel Sanchez, 30, was born September 10, 1985 in Houston, TX and passed away November 24, 2015 in Stafford, TX. Samuel loved to cook and whip up new things on the grill and in the kitchen. Playing basketball was a hobby he was passionate about, as well as fishing at the beach or lakes with family and friends. Science was fascinating to him and it became one of his passions.

He is preceded in death by, grandparents: Juan Mata Sr. Alberta G. Mata; aunts: Delia Fonseca, Irma E. Mata; grandmother, Ofelia O. Sanchez; aunt, Isabel C. Martinez and uncle, Adam Sanchez.

Samuel leaves behind to cherish his memories, his parents, Alberto and Maria Sanchez; sister, Amanda Lee Sanchez; grandfather, Alberto Sanchez Sr. and wife Andrea; aunts and uncles: Jose Ruben Mata, Minerva Cantu, Maria Elsie Delgado, Richard Mata, Ofelia Pena, Juan Mata Jr., Maria Nelda Mata, Jose Alberto Sanchez, Patricio Sanchez, Arnoldo Sanchez, Rodolfo Sanchez, Belia Garcia, Carlos Sanchez, Eva Sanchez, Clay Sanchez, Dario Sanchez and Marcos Lee Sanchez; many of other loving family members.

There will be a private viewing for family only.


  1. I’ll never forget your laugh. It was contagious and one of a kind. Love you.

  2. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May the memories of Samuel and the love of family surround you and give you strength in the days ahead. Love you Sammy. You will forever be missed but not forgotten.

    Esperanza and David Rodriguez
  3. I’m very sorry to see to that my fellow classmate passed away. May God give his family strength. My condolences.

    Esther Gyambibi
  4. Dearest neighbors,
    There are no words to express our sorrow of Samuels passing. We loved him very much, and we love you all. He is resting in the hands of our Lord. He suffers no more. May God grant you peace. We are here for you in any way that we can help, just as you have always been here for us.

    Jerry, Cindy & Dee Cox
  5. I’ll never forget growing up cuz, I always looked up to you and wanted to be just like you. It still is surreal… Always loved having those conversations with you, definitely going to miss you bro! You will forever be in my heart. I’ll never forget the last time we saw you at the Children’s Museum! Love you cuz, until I see you again!

  6. i woke up thinking about you today. you were in my dream last night. i kissed your head and said “you know what i miss most about you?” and you laughed and said “what?!” and i said “your LAUGH” and you said “everyone’s been telling me that”. Your laugh was contagious. always was and always will be. You’re heavy on my heart and mind today. Wish you were here to live this crazy life with us. We grew up together, you were supposed to be. Miss you cousin.

  7. My dearest cousin, one thing i’ll never forget was that laugh. That contagious laugh, your charm and how funny you where. The time we lived in Houston with you was one of my most memorable times of my life. Thank you for always being so welcoming. See you on the other side cuz . love you forever.

    Mellissa Fonseca

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