John E. (Jack) Sampson

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John E. (Jack) Sampson

Naples - John E. (Jack) Sampson, age 73, of Naples, Florida, died on November 16, 2021. He was born in Mercer, Pennsylvania, to Thomas A. Sampson, Jr., and Betty Ingraham Sampson, both of whom preceded him in death. Jack is survived by one brother, Thomas A. Sampson, III, of Sedalia, Missouri.

Jack graduated from Mercer High School and Gettysburg College, where he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. He worked in hospitality and club management for many years, including the Mercer American Legion Post 159, the Naples Dinner Theater and the Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts.

Jack was a long-time member of the Cove Yacht Club in Naples, where he spent many happy afternoons with friends. He supported Christmas for Children and Gettysburg College. Jack had a profound knowledge of American and European history, especially the Civil War and Napoleon's campaigns. His many friends will miss Jack and a Celebration of Life will be held soon at the Cove Yacht Club. Safe Travels, friend.

Posted online on November 23, 2021

Published in Naples Daily News

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Obituaries in Marco Island, FL | Macro Eagle

John E. (Jack) Sampson

John E. (Jack) Sampson

Naples - John E. (Jack) Sampson, age 73, of Naples, Florida, died on November 16, 2021. He was born in Mercer, Pennsylvania, to Thomas A. Sampson, Jr., and Betty Ingraham Sampson, both of whom preceded him in death. Jack is survived by one brother, Thomas A. Sampson, III, of Sedalia, Missouri.

Jack graduated from Mercer High School and Gettysburg College, where he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. He worked in hospitality and club management for many years, including the Mercer American Legion Post 159, the Naples Dinner Theater and the Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts.

Jack was a long-time member of the Cove Yacht Club in Naples, where he spent many happy afternoons with friends. He supported Christmas for Children and Gettysburg College. Jack had a profound knowledge of American and European history, especially the Civil War and Napoleon's campaigns. His many friends will miss Jack and a Celebration of Life will be held soon at the Cove Yacht Club. Safe Travels, friend.

Posted online on November 23, 2021

Published in Naples Daily News