Guest Book for R. Samuel Culvern

Provided by McCommons Funeral Home

Posted by: Elaine Carpenter
Wed February 22, 2017
Our sweet Sam: You are gone, but never forgotten. You fought a long, hard battle, but our Father wanted a better, pain free life for you and took you Home. We will cherish the memories as we go about our lives. Praying that God will provide comfort and strength to your precious soulmate Pam and to your family at this sad time in their lives. R.I.P. buddy, until we meet again.💗 Elaine and Janice

Posted by: Barbara Whiteside
Wed February 22, 2017
I have the pleasure of having read two of the most beautiful remembrances of a person who has passed a good friend who wrote her own the week before she died, and it was so her.......then this one.......everything beautifully written in his memory.......I only met him once but enjoyed his wry sense of humor through postings on facebook via my gt grandniece Brooke or Sam's love, Pam.  May the memories keep him alive long after his death.......sincere sympathies to the whole family.......

Posted by: LaRose Tapley
Wed February 22, 2017
PERFECT Pam!  Every word is written with love and admiration and exactly as it should be for your dear Sam.  I'm thinking of you constantly.  My sympathy goes out to your entire family.

Posted by: Dick and Sharon Dickens
Wed February 22, 2017
It has been a wonderful gift from our Father for us to get to know Dr. Sam, he was such a great and funny man.  We would be in a conversation and all of a sudden Sam would come out with that wit of his and you would think "what was that".  Then you would laugh and the conversation went on!  He fought the great fight, never wanting to leave his love and soul mate.  But now I know he is with Father not in any pain, and dancing with the Angels.

Posted by: Keith Adamson
Thu February 23, 2017
I did not know Sam ,but sounds like somebody I would have liked to known. We don't know why we struggle in life , all we know is it is for our Fathers purpose and that he is with us every step of the way. Praying for Fathers comfort for you and your family


Posted by: Debra York
Thu February 23, 2017
I'm one of those who only met Sam once, but got to know him through Pam's writing of her adventures of living and loving this sweet man. I hope the medical trials he participated in will help the research into the cancer he had and will be a help to others. I know there is a void deep and wide in this world that will never be filled by another like Sam. My heartfelt condolences and prayers to Pam and her family as they go through the coming days.

Posted by: Beverly Carter
Thu February 23, 2017
When my husband I were much younger and our Children were teenagers, we met Sam and Pam.  They were such an encouragement to us. One of our teens decided to rebel instead of going to Bible School. She got a ticket for driving without car insurance and was in jail. We did not have the money to get her out but Sam paid the money and she was released. Our daughter then later paid Sam back, which we were thankful for.  What an example both Sam and Pam have been of letting Christ live through them, for the glory of God. Thank you Sam for using what you were blessed with to help other. We are the branches of The Vine, our Lord Jesus Christ.  Love, Dos & Beverly Carter

Posted by: Katrina Burgin
Thu February 23, 2017
Pam I am so sorry for your loss.. I know Sams having a great time with Jesus..I love you and I'm here if you need anything

Posted by: chuck lawhorn
Fri February 24, 2017
So sorry for your loss Pam, you and family will be in my prayers.

Posted by: Ralph Danson
Fri February 24, 2017
Pam, I am so very sad by your loss. My father died of multiple myeloma back in 1969. It was very rare then, but a vicious burden for anyone. I pray for your pain, and rejoice that his suffering is over and the promise of our salvation.

Posted by: Alice L. Hunnicutt
Sat February 25, 2017
Dear Pam - Extending my deepest sympathy in the passing of your beloved spouse & partner for nearly 3 decades.  Whenever I must say "goodbye" to those I've loved, I take comfort in this.  The promise of eternal life with our departed, becomes the gift of hope.  We will be reunited with them, one day, in our heavenly home.  Many years ago, my dearest cousin's wife was diagnosed with multiple myeloma.  Cousin C.W. took Pat to the Queen of England's doctor for treatment along with the Mayo Clinic.  He did everything he could do to save her.  It was a battle.  In the end, God wanted her more as it was with your Sam.  You're in my thoughts & prayers now & in the days to come.

Posted by: Mary Leslie Hartman
Tue February 28, 2017
Loved reading this and learning a little more about Sam.  My heart is with you Pam and family, I know your pain is great.  My condolences and prayers for you to find peace and comfort at this  time of such great loss and heartache.