Rocky Mountain Obituaries for 1-19: Jesson "Jesse" Frank Samber; Manuel Pineda; George P. Jett; Manson "Lynn" Jones; Sandra Wagner | TheFencePost.com
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Rocky Mountain Obituaries for 1-19: Jesson "Jesse" Frank Samber; Manuel Pineda; George P. Jett; Manson "Lynn" Jones; Sandra Wagner

Jesson “Jesse” Frank Samber, age 34, of Stoneham, Colo., passed away in a farm accident at his home on Dec. 23, 2008.

He was born on April 12, 1974, in Brush, Colo., to Jerry and Margie Samber. He graduated from Prairie High School in 1992. He was active in 4-H and FFA, as well as football, basketball and baseball. He never outgrew his passion for agriculture and sports, as they played a major role in his life and the choices he made.

Jesse graduated from Northeastern Junior College with an Associates degree in 1994, and from Colorado State University with a Bachelors degree in Animal Science in 1996.

Jesse knew no strangers and truly had a love for life. Upon his return home from college, he settled back into the Stoneham community, where he later married Dawn Evans and was eventually blessed with two wonderful children, Kaleb Jesson (now age 9) and Kade Anthony (age 7). Jesse’s life revolved around his sons. He was a wonderful father, friend and playmate to his boys, who adored him. He loved children, and they loved him back. Jesse could be spotted at any county fair, birthday party or gathering, as he would be surrounded with children that he was tickling, teasing or chasing.

Jesse did various odd jobs after returning to Stoneham, and eventually started Samber Hay and Cattle, which consisted of a custom haying business and commercial cows, specializing in raising and selling club calves. Just recently, he had become a partner with Stone Creek cattle operation as well as being part of the family’s sheep operation. He worked all hours of the day, baling, swathing, calving and delivering cattle to various states, all of which he considered quality time.Jesse lived for the hard work that farming and ranching demands. His love for the land and passion for agriculture provided him with a life he was proud of. He loved the cattle industry and was never afraid to take a chance. He did not, however, hesitate to shut equipment down in the summer if there was a softball game to be played.

He showed his love for life by the smile that was almost always on his face. He was ornery, yet loving, tender-hearted with an infectious giggle. People quickly knew if

Jesse was in a crowd, for he made his presence known.

Jesse was a member of the Northeast Weld County Drylanders and the American Maine-Anjou Association. He was a current CHSAA football and basketball referee.

He was a member of St. John’s Catholic Church.

Jesse is survived by his sons, Kale and Kade; long-time companion, Lila Hernandez; his parents, Jerry and Margie Samber of Stoneham; brothers Jerrod Samber and wife Kayedeane and their son, Jaxson of Sterling, Colo., and Jay Samber of Irving, Texas; one sister, Jennie and husband Scott Bates and their children Carter and Blake of Richardson, Texas; and his grandmother, Lena Samber. He is also survived by his aunts and uncles: Forrest and Judy Tappy of Stoneham, Dr. Jerry and Shirley Montague of Merino, Colo., Suzie Minichnek of Langhorn, Pa., Louise Ward of Las Vegas, Nev., Paul and Terri Artzer of Windberley, Texas, Bill and Barb Polini of Laguna Niguel, Calif., Howard and Julie Hettinger of Merino, Bernice Mills of Denver, Colo., Gary and Mary Shultiz of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Mike and Monica Harrigan of Whitefish Bay, Wis., Luke and Ceri Artzer of Sterling, and Howard and Andrea Shaw, also of Sterling; and numerous cousins, friends and neighbors.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, John and Gertrude Artzer, and Frank Samber.

Services were held on Dec. 30, at St. Anthony Catholic Church. Interment took place at Prairie View Cemetery in Stoneham.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Jesse Samber Memorial Fund for the benefit of his sons in care of Tennant Funeral Home, P.O. Box 1547, Sterling, Colo., 80751.

Jesson “Jesse” Frank Samber, age 34, of Stoneham, Colo., passed away in a farm accident at his home on Dec. 23, 2008.

He was born on April 12, 1974, in Brush, Colo., to Jerry and Margie Samber. He graduated from Prairie High School in 1992. He was active in 4-H and FFA, as well as football, basketball and baseball. He never outgrew his passion for agriculture and sports, as they played a major role in his life and the choices he made.

Jesse graduated from Northeastern Junior College with an Associates degree in 1994, and from Colorado State University with a Bachelors degree in Animal Science in 1996.

Jesse knew no strangers and truly had a love for life. Upon his return home from college, he settled back into the Stoneham community, where he later married Dawn Evans and was eventually blessed with two wonderful children, Kaleb Jesson (now age 9) and Kade Anthony (age 7). Jesse’s life revolved around his sons. He was a wonderful father, friend and playmate to his boys, who adored him. He loved children, and they loved him back. Jesse could be spotted at any county fair, birthday party or gathering, as he would be surrounded with children that he was tickling, teasing or chasing.

Jesse did various odd jobs after returning to Stoneham, and eventually started Samber Hay and Cattle, which consisted of a custom haying business and commercial cows, specializing in raising and selling club calves. Just recently, he had become a partner with Stone Creek cattle operation as well as being part of the family’s sheep operation. He worked all hours of the day, baling, swathing, calving and delivering cattle to various states, all of which he considered quality time.Jesse lived for the hard work that farming and ranching demands. His love for the land and passion for agriculture provided him with a life he was proud of. He loved the cattle industry and was never afraid to take a chance. He did not, however, hesitate to shut equipment down in the summer if there was a softball game to be played.

He showed his love for life by the smile that was almost always on his face. He was ornery, yet loving, tender-hearted with an infectious giggle. People quickly knew if

Jesse was in a crowd, for he made his presence known.

Jesse was a member of the Northeast Weld County Drylanders and the American Maine-Anjou Association. He was a current CHSAA football and basketball referee.

He was a member of St. John’s Catholic Church.

Jesse is survived by his sons, Kale and Kade; long-time companion, Lila Hernandez; his parents, Jerry and Margie Samber of Stoneham; brothers Jerrod Samber and wife Kayedeane and their son, Jaxson of Sterling, Colo., and Jay Samber of Irving, Texas; one sister, Jennie and husband Scott Bates and their children Carter and Blake of Richardson, Texas; and his grandmother, Lena Samber. He is also survived by his aunts and uncles: Forrest and Judy Tappy of Stoneham, Dr. Jerry and Shirley Montague of Merino, Colo., Suzie Minichnek of Langhorn, Pa., Louise Ward of Las Vegas, Nev., Paul and Terri Artzer of Windberley, Texas, Bill and Barb Polini of Laguna Niguel, Calif., Howard and Julie Hettinger of Merino, Bernice Mills of Denver, Colo., Gary and Mary Shultiz of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Mike and Monica Harrigan of Whitefish Bay, Wis., Luke and Ceri Artzer of Sterling, and Howard and Andrea Shaw, also of Sterling; and numerous cousins, friends and neighbors.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, John and Gertrude Artzer, and Frank Samber.

Services were held on Dec. 30, at St. Anthony Catholic Church. Interment took place at Prairie View Cemetery in Stoneham.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Jesse Samber Memorial Fund for the benefit of his sons in care of Tennant Funeral Home, P.O. Box 1547, Sterling, Colo., 80751.

Jesson “Jesse” Frank Samber, age 34, of Stoneham, Colo., passed away in a farm accident at his home on Dec. 23, 2008.

He was born on April 12, 1974, in Brush, Colo., to Jerry and Margie Samber. He graduated from Prairie High School in 1992. He was active in 4-H and FFA, as well as football, basketball and baseball. He never outgrew his passion for agriculture and sports, as they played a major role in his life and the choices he made.

Jesse graduated from Northeastern Junior College with an Associates degree in 1994, and from Colorado State University with a Bachelors degree in Animal Science in 1996.

Jesse knew no strangers and truly had a love for life. Upon his return home from college, he settled back into the Stoneham community, where he later married Dawn Evans and was eventually blessed with two wonderful children, Kaleb Jesson (now age 9) and Kade Anthony (age 7). Jesse’s life revolved around his sons. He was a wonderful father, friend and playmate to his boys, who adored him. He loved children, and they loved him back. Jesse could be spotted at any county fair, birthday party or gathering, as he would be surrounded with children that he was tickling, teasing or chasing.

Jesse did various odd jobs after returning to Stoneham, and eventually started Samber Hay and Cattle, which consisted of a custom haying business and commercial cows, specializing in raising and selling club calves. Just recently, he had become a partner with Stone Creek cattle operation as well as being part of the family’s sheep operation. He worked all hours of the day, baling, swathing, calving and delivering cattle to various states, all of which he considered quality time.Jesse lived for the hard work that farming and ranching demands. His love for the land and passion for agriculture provided him with a life he was proud of. He loved the cattle industry and was never afraid to take a chance. He did not, however, hesitate to shut equipment down in the summer if there was a softball game to be played.

He showed his love for life by the smile that was almost always on his face. He was ornery, yet loving, tender-hearted with an infectious giggle. People quickly knew if

Jesse was in a crowd, for he made his presence known.

Jesse was a member of the Northeast Weld County Drylanders and the American Maine-Anjou Association. He was a current CHSAA football and basketball referee.

He was a member of St. John’s Catholic Church.

Jesse is survived by his sons, Kale and Kade; long-time companion, Lila Hernandez; his parents, Jerry and Margie Samber of Stoneham; brothers Jerrod Samber and wife Kayedeane and their son, Jaxson of Sterling, Colo., and Jay Samber of Irving, Texas; one sister, Jennie and husband Scott Bates and their children Carter and Blake of Richardson, Texas; and his grandmother, Lena Samber. He is also survived by his aunts and uncles: Forrest and Judy Tappy of Stoneham, Dr. Jerry and Shirley Montague of Merino, Colo., Suzie Minichnek of Langhorn, Pa., Louise Ward of Las Vegas, Nev., Paul and Terri Artzer of Windberley, Texas, Bill and Barb Polini of Laguna Niguel, Calif., Howard and Julie Hettinger of Merino, Bernice Mills of Denver, Colo., Gary and Mary Shultiz of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Mike and Monica Harrigan of Whitefish Bay, Wis., Luke and Ceri Artzer of Sterling, and Howard and Andrea Shaw, also of Sterling; and numerous cousins, friends and neighbors.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, John and Gertrude Artzer, and Frank Samber.

Services were held on Dec. 30, at St. Anthony Catholic Church. Interment took place at Prairie View Cemetery in Stoneham.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Jesse Samber Memorial Fund for the benefit of his sons in care of Tennant Funeral Home, P.O. Box 1547, Sterling, Colo., 80751.

Jesson “Jesse” Frank Samber, age 34, of Stoneham, Colo., passed away in a farm accident at his home on Dec. 23, 2008.

He was born on April 12, 1974, in Brush, Colo., to Jerry and Margie Samber. He graduated from Prairie High School in 1992. He was active in 4-H and FFA, as well as football, basketball and baseball. He never outgrew his passion for agriculture and sports, as they played a major role in his life and the choices he made.

Jesse graduated from Northeastern Junior College with an Associates degree in 1994, and from Colorado State University with a Bachelors degree in Animal Science in 1996.

Jesse knew no strangers and truly had a love for life. Upon his return home from college, he settled back into the Stoneham community, where he later married Dawn Evans and was eventually blessed with two wonderful children, Kaleb Jesson (now age 9) and Kade Anthony (age 7). Jesse’s life revolved around his sons. He was a wonderful father, friend and playmate to his boys, who adored him. He loved children, and they loved him back. Jesse could be spotted at any county fair, birthday party or gathering, as he would be surrounded with children that he was tickling, teasing or chasing.

Jesse did various odd jobs after returning to Stoneham, and eventually started Samber Hay and Cattle, which consisted of a custom haying business and commercial cows, specializing in raising and selling club calves. Just recently, he had become a partner with Stone Creek cattle operation as well as being part of the family’s sheep operation. He worked all hours of the day, baling, swathing, calving and delivering cattle to various states, all of which he considered quality time.Jesse lived for the hard work that farming and ranching demands. His love for the land and passion for agriculture provided him with a life he was proud of. He loved the cattle industry and was never afraid to take a chance. He did not, however, hesitate to shut equipment down in the summer if there was a softball game to be played.

He showed his love for life by the smile that was almost always on his face. He was ornery, yet loving, tender-hearted with an infectious giggle. People quickly knew if

Jesse was in a crowd, for he made his presence known.

Jesse was a member of the Northeast Weld County Drylanders and the American Maine-Anjou Association. He was a current CHSAA football and basketball referee.

He was a member of St. John’s Catholic Church.

Jesse is survived by his sons, Kale and Kade; long-time companion, Lila Hernandez; his parents, Jerry and Margie Samber of Stoneham; brothers Jerrod Samber and wife Kayedeane and their son, Jaxson of Sterling, Colo., and Jay Samber of Irving, Texas; one sister, Jennie and husband Scott Bates and their children Carter and Blake of Richardson, Texas; and his grandmother, Lena Samber. He is also survived by his aunts and uncles: Forrest and Judy Tappy of Stoneham, Dr. Jerry and Shirley Montague of Merino, Colo., Suzie Minichnek of Langhorn, Pa., Louise Ward of Las Vegas, Nev., Paul and Terri Artzer of Windberley, Texas, Bill and Barb Polini of Laguna Niguel, Calif., Howard and Julie Hettinger of Merino, Bernice Mills of Denver, Colo., Gary and Mary Shultiz of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Mike and Monica Harrigan of Whitefish Bay, Wis., Luke and Ceri Artzer of Sterling, and Howard and Andrea Shaw, also of Sterling; and numerous cousins, friends and neighbors.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, John and Gertrude Artzer, and Frank Samber.

Services were held on Dec. 30, at St. Anthony Catholic Church. Interment took place at Prairie View Cemetery in Stoneham.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Jesse Samber Memorial Fund for the benefit of his sons in care of Tennant Funeral Home, P.O. Box 1547, Sterling, Colo., 80751.

Jesson “Jesse” Frank Samber, age 34, of Stoneham, Colo., passed away in a farm accident at his home on Dec. 23, 2008.

He was born on April 12, 1974, in Brush, Colo., to Jerry and Margie Samber. He graduated from Prairie High School in 1992. He was active in 4-H and FFA, as well as football, basketball and baseball. He never outgrew his passion for agriculture and sports, as they played a major role in his life and the choices he made.

Jesse graduated from Northeastern Junior College with an Associates degree in 1994, and from Colorado State University with a Bachelors degree in Animal Science in 1996.

Jesse knew no strangers and truly had a love for life. Upon his return home from college, he settled back into the Stoneham community, where he later married Dawn Evans and was eventually blessed with two wonderful children, Kaleb Jesson (now age 9) and Kade Anthony (age 7). Jesse’s life revolved around his sons. He was a wonderful father, friend and playmate to his boys, who adored him. He loved children, and they loved him back. Jesse could be spotted at any county fair, birthday party or gathering, as he would be surrounded with children that he was tickling, teasing or chasing.

Jesse did various odd jobs after returning to Stoneham, and eventually started Samber Hay and Cattle, which consisted of a custom haying business and commercial cows, specializing in raising and selling club calves. Just recently, he had become a partner with Stone Creek cattle operation as well as being part of the family’s sheep operation. He worked all hours of the day, baling, swathing, calving and delivering cattle to various states, all of which he considered quality time.Jesse lived for the hard work that farming and ranching demands. His love for the land and passion for agriculture provided him with a life he was proud of. He loved the cattle industry and was never afraid to take a chance. He did not, however, hesitate to shut equipment down in the summer if there was a softball game to be played.

He showed his love for life by the smile that was almost always on his face. He was ornery, yet loving, tender-hearted with an infectious giggle. People quickly knew if

Jesse was in a crowd, for he made his presence known.

Jesse was a member of the Northeast Weld County Drylanders and the American Maine-Anjou Association. He was a current CHSAA football and basketball referee.

He was a member of St. John’s Catholic Church.

Jesse is survived by his sons, Kale and Kade; long-time companion, Lila Hernandez; his parents, Jerry and Margie Samber of Stoneham; brothers Jerrod Samber and wife Kayedeane and their son, Jaxson of Sterling, Colo., and Jay Samber of Irving, Texas; one sister, Jennie and husband Scott Bates and their children Carter and Blake of Richardson, Texas; and his grandmother, Lena Samber. He is also survived by his aunts and uncles: Forrest and Judy Tappy of Stoneham, Dr. Jerry and Shirley Montague of Merino, Colo., Suzie Minichnek of Langhorn, Pa., Louise Ward of Las Vegas, Nev., Paul and Terri Artzer of Windberley, Texas, Bill and Barb Polini of Laguna Niguel, Calif., Howard and Julie Hettinger of Merino, Bernice Mills of Denver, Colo., Gary and Mary Shultiz of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Mike and Monica Harrigan of Whitefish Bay, Wis., Luke and Ceri Artzer of Sterling, and Howard and Andrea Shaw, also of Sterling; and numerous cousins, friends and neighbors.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, John and Gertrude Artzer, and Frank Samber.

Services were held on Dec. 30, at St. Anthony Catholic Church. Interment took place at Prairie View Cemetery in Stoneham.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Jesse Samber Memorial Fund for the benefit of his sons in care of Tennant Funeral Home, P.O. Box 1547, Sterling, Colo., 80751.


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