Samuel Sr

Monroe, Samuel ‘Sam’ Robert Sr. of Beacon, entered into rest, Saturday, September 19, 2015, at Mid-Hudson Regional Hospital, Poughkeepsie. He was 75.
Born September 14, 1940 in Cold Spring, he was the son of the late John and Alta Fehlman Monroe.
Sam was a retired Machine Operator, for Chemprene, Beacon, and former employee of Tuck Tape, and Brandley’s Dye works, Beacon.
He was a life member of Slater Chemical, Glenham, and a member of several bowling leagues, as well as an avid golfer.
He was married to Judith A. Robinson, Mrs. Monroe survives at home, in addition to his wife, he is survived by his three son’s: Samuel R. Monroe Jr. (Kim Bankowitz), Timothy Monroe (Lisa) and Shane Monroe all of Beacon, his two brothers Joe and Wayne, his sister Marlene, eight grandchildren, Christopher (Carolena), Elizabeth, Zachary, Lyndsay, Marilyn, Aubry, Jessica and Dale, four great-grandchildren, Mikayla, Christian, Kassi-Ellen and Adalyn-Rose, as well as several nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his sister Anne Baylash, and his two brothers, James ‘Mort’ and Gary Monroe.
Visitation will be held Thursday, September 24, 2015 from 4:00 to 7:30 pm at Libby Funeral Home Inc, 55 Teller Ave. Beacon, NY 12508, where, at 7:30 pm services will take place.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Beacon Volunteer Ambulance Corp. PO Box 54, 1 Arquilla Dr. Beacon, NY 12508.
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Date Of Service
Thursday, September 24, 2015 from 4:00 to 7:30 PM

Location Of Service
Libby Funeral Home, Inc. 55 Teller Ave. Beacon, NY

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  1. Lillian and Paul says:

    Our condolences to all the Monroe family. So sorry for your loss. We will be praying for you. God Bless Sam and may he rest in peace.??

  2. Jerry Carey says:

    To Sam\’s family,
    I am sorry to hear of Sam\’s passing. We knew each other as kids living on opposite sides of Heaney\’s Field & would often be involved in games with Spring Valley kids vs. Union St. kids. What a great neighborhood it was to grow up in, with the field & the \

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