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Samuel Martin George

Helena, Montana

November 11, 1965 - May 4, 2024

Samuel Martin George Obituary

Samuel Martin George, age 58, of Helena, MT, passed away May 4th, from injuries sustained in an auto accident. Sam was born in Helena, MT, on 11/11/1965 to Eddie and Joanne George of Canyon Ferry Lake. Eddie and Joanne proceeded Sam in death.

Sam is survived by his eight siblings: Denise Nichelson (Tom), Donna George (Russ), Annie Lynch (Gary), Joseph George (Karen), John George (Mary Ann), Ruth Straw (Bill), Jackie Carter (Bob), Peter George (Becky). Sam and his siblings enjoyed a childhood full of the outdoors and adventures together.

Sam is survived by his greatest loves, his children, Cloyde Johnson, Triston Brown, and Lana Brown. His children were blessed with a wonderful father, and he loved to take them on the adventures he had experienced as a child. Together they would camp, hike, fish, gold pan, build forts, and go four wheeling. Sam’s children and grandchildren; Eli, Rosalie, Samuel II, and Gerald, will carry on his love for the great outdoors and each other.

Sam had a multitude of nieces and nephews. He also had many friends that he left behind. Sam was especially fond of the people around the lake. Sam studied mechanical engineering at MSU and was a jack of all trades. Sam competed in and won 1st in State and 3rd place in the National Plymouth Trouble Shooting contest in 1984. He used his many skills as he worked with Dick Anderson Construction on many projects throughout the state. He had always been a great handyman and through the years continued to greatly impress those who saw his work and how much he truly shined when it came to building anything with his hands, heart, impressive IQ, and phenomenal work ethic. It is with those phenomenal traits that he built his beautiful dream home on his beloved land. His only disappointment was not being able to build the house on the tippy top of his land where he had originally hoped.

People will agree that Sam had a contagious sunshine of a smile and laugh. Sam’s character could be described as nothing less than outstanding and he will be remembered as so by all those who had the privilege to know and love him.

A memorial service is scheduled for May 23rd, 2:00 p.m., at Simple Cremation Mt 315 E. 6th Ave., Helena, MT., and will be followed by a gathering at the Glass Slipper following the service. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Samuel’s life. 

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Samuel Martin George hosted by Simple Cremation.

Samuel Martin George, age 58, of Helena, MT, passed away May 4th, from injuries sustained in an auto accident. Sam was born in Helena, MT, on 11/11/1965 to Eddie and Joanne George of Canyon Ferry Lake. Eddie and Joanne proceeded Sam in death.

Sam is survived by his eight siblings: Denise Nichelson (Tom), Donna George (Russ), Annie Lynch (Gary), Joseph George (Karen), John George (Mary Ann), Ruth Straw (Bill), Jackie Carter (Bob), Peter George (Becky). Sam and his siblings enjoyed a childhood full of the outdoors and adventures together.

Sam is survived by his greatest loves, his children, Cloyde Johnson, Triston Brown, and Lana Brown. His children were blessed with a wonderful father, and he loved to take them on the adventures he had experienced as a child. Together they would camp, hike, fish, gold pan, build forts, and go four wheeling. Sam’s children and grandchildren; Eli, Rosalie, Samuel II, and Gerald, will carry on his love for the great outdoors and each other.

Sam had a multitude of nieces and nephews. He also had many friends that he left behind. Sam was especially fond of the people around the lake. Sam studied mechanical engineering at MSU and was a jack of all trades. Sam competed in and won 1st in State and 3rd place in the National Plymouth Trouble Shooting contest in 1984. He used his many skills as he worked with Dick Anderson Construction on many projects throughout the state. He had always been a great handyman and through the years continued to greatly impress those who saw his work and how much he truly shined when it came to building anything with his hands, heart, impressive IQ, and phenomenal work ethic. It is with those phenomenal traits that he built his beautiful dream home on his beloved land. His only disappointment was not being able to build the house on the tippy top of his land where he had originally hoped.

People will agree that Sam had a contagious sunshine of a smile and laugh. Sam’s character could be described as nothing less than outstanding and he will be remembered as so by all those who had the privilege to know and love him.

A memorial service is scheduled for May 23rd, 2:00 p.m., at Simple Cremation Mt 315 E. 6th Ave., Helena, MT., and will be followed by a gathering at the Glass Slipper following the service. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Samuel’s life. 

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Samuel Martin George hosted by Simple Cremation.

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