Condolence From: Janice Rizzo, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Dear Sam,
I Miss You. Today is thirty days since you passed away.
I miss you in the morning and when the sunset fades away,
The ache within my heart just will not go away.
My heart fills with love for you when I think, how much you cared,
As I relive all the happiness and the joy we both shared.
You're with me every moment and in every move I make,
Lies the memories I have of you that I will never forsake.
Always and Forever.
I Love You.
Condolence From: Suzanne McCann, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: I remember Sam from his time in the credit union industry. He was a leader during a time when credit unions needed one. My deepest sympathies to all who knew and loved him. May he rest in the peace of Christ.
Condolence From: Tricia Palmer, CHALFONT, Pennsylvania
Condolence: Dear Janice,
Know that I will be with you in Spirit tomorrow. Stay strong and take care of yourself. I will send a picture of you and Sam at Jeff's and my wedding.
I spoke with Aunt Anne tonight and she sends her love.
Lots of love Tricia
Condolence From: Bev (Buchanan), Greenville, SC
Condolence: You were and always will be, the father of my son. In so many ways I view him as your reflection. He laughs exactly like you did and is a lawn guy, home improvement wizard in your likeness. I think the Lord distributed a very great share of your DNA to Tony!! His career has even been similar to yours!!
Janice... my heart is broken for your loss. He fought a courageous fight and managed to see all of “his people” before he passed. Take care and may all of your memories be fond and full of the love you shared.
Condolence From: Tom Rizzo, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Condolence: My Dearest Brother,
To live in the hearts of those who love you is not to die--so rest in peace.
Condolence From: John Gunder, Delphos, Ohio
Condolence: My Deepest sympathies and condolences to the Rizzo families, relatives, and friends. I was a class mate with Sam at St. Mary's in Marion. Always remember his great smile and kind ways.
Condolence From: Jim Rizzo, North Canton, OH
Condolence: My Big Brother
Our family chain is broken, and nothing seems the same, but as God calls us, one by one, the chain will link again.... Once a Brother, always a Brother, no matter the distance, no matter the difference, and no matter the issue..... You will be missed..... RIP Big Brother.
Condolence From: Tim Schwenk, Powell, Ohio
Condolence: Sam always had a ready smile and an easy laugh that made him fun to be around.
Condolence From: Uncle Tom and Aunt Linda Rizzo, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Dear Jan,
Please know our love and prayers are with you and family. Uncle Tom was so pleased to be able to say goodbye. We miss all the good times when we all lived in Florida.
Uncle Tom and Aunt Linda
Condolence From: Jean Barany, Myrtle Beach,, South Carolina
Condolence: Dearest Janice and brothers Tom and Jim,
Your husband and brother was one of the nicest people I’ve ever met. Though I didn’t know him long, I will never forget him and I loved his quick wit. Stay strong the three of you during this time and know that time will heal. RIP Sam.
Condolence From: Samuel Rizzo, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Dear Sam,
When I lost you... I wish I could see you one more time, driving your Rubicon into the garage and come walking through the door. But I know that is impossible, I will hear your voice and laughter no more.
I know you can feel my tears and you don't want me to cry. My heart is broken because I can't understand why someone so precious had to die so soon. We said we were going to live together, "Always and Forever".
I pray that God will give me strength and somehow get me through as I struggle with the heartache that came when I lost you.
I Love You.