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  1. Hello,my dear friend,I’m going to miss you.Im glad we got together at the beach recently and reconnected after so many years

  2. Will never forget the good times when we were growing up. You surely will be missed. Glad we caught up at the beach this past summer. Fly high sweety . You will never be forgotten.

  3. Sam you will truely be missed by your Foodlion Family. You we loved by all of the employees and brought joy to us to speak with you

  4. My wife Shannon is a manager at the Grandy Food Lion and we saw Sam all the time shopping. He always wore his veteran ball cap and shared stories of being a Hilo pilot. As a veteran, I loved hearing him tell his experiences! We will miss you Sam!
    Thoughts to his family and many friends!

  5. Sammie was a very dear friend of mine for 65 years. We knew each other in our childhood. His family’s cottage was in front of ours here at Kitty Hawk. I have a lot of memories of Sammie and always loved him. He loved Jesus very much and read his Bible and attended the Popular Branch Baptist Church. He was a good son who took care of his parents and his deceased wife, Alice before she passed away in August 2021. I will always remember him and some day will see him again in Heaven.

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Sam A. Hourmouzis, Jr.

November 20, 2022

Sam Anderson Hourmouzis, Jr. died unexpectedly of natural causes  at his Aydlett, NC home November 20, 2022. He was 70 years old and predeceased by his cherished wife, Alice several years ago.

Sam was born in Hertford, North Carolina. In his youth, he was a gifted scholar and athlete.  Eventually Sam joined the United States Army which he proudly served for over 20 years. His military training and interest in medicine led Sam to build a successful career as a highly trained orthopedic technician. After his retirement, Sam enjoyed the important friendships he cultivated over the years and he continued to enrich his life with new interests and pursuits.

The family has honored Sam’s preference for cremation and as he wished, there are no plans for services.  Condolences may be shared at gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.

Condolences

Anne Bruno

Goodbye my old and dear friend. I will miss you. I will always love you!

Ronald Cash

Hello,my dear friend,I'm going to miss you.Im glad we got together at the beach recently and reconnected after so many years

Ron Mills

Sam you will be truly missed,it was a total surprise. Rest in peace my friend.

Patsy Phelps

Will never forget the good times when we were growing up. You surely will be missed. Glad we caught up at the beach this past summer. Fly high sweety . You will never be forgotten.

Shannon Farrow

Sam you will truely be missed by your Foodlion Family. You we loved by all of the employees and brought joy to us to speak with you

George and Shannon Farrow

My wife Shannon is a manager at the Grandy Food Lion and we saw Sam all the time shopping. He always wore his veteran ball cap and shared stories of being a Hilo pilot. As a veteran, I loved hearing him tell his experiences! We will miss you Sam! Thoughts to his family and many friends!

Sue Smith

Sammie was a very dear friend of mine for 65 years. We knew each other in our childhood. His family's cottage was in front of ours here at Kitty Hawk. I have a lot of memories of Sammie and always loved him. He loved Jesus very much and read his Bible and attended the Popular Branch Baptist Church. He was a good son who took care of his parents and his deceased wife, Alice before she passed away in August 2021. I will always remember him and some day will see him again in Heaven.