Edward A. Samberson

Born: Tue., Oct. 19, 1937
Died: Tue., Apr. 9, 2019

Funeral Service

2:00 PM Mon., Apr. 15, 2019
Location: Impact Christian Church

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Edward A. Samberson

October 19, 1937 – April 9, 2019

Edward was born in Hobbs, NM to Alton and Lucille Samberson.  He is survived by his beloved wife of 61 years, Peggy; his loving son Brian Samberson; his cherished brother Gene (Gail) Samberson and many cousins, nieces and nephews.  Ed accepted a job in Denver after he and Peggy graduated from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque in 1960.  Soon after they welcomed their son Brian.  The family moved to Woodland Park in 1968, when Ed took a job with a structural engineering firm in Colorado Springs.  In 1971, Ed opened his own structural engineering firm, which continued until 2013.  His main projects were commercial buildings for local architectural firms.  Somehow, he found time to take care of his Siberian Husky dogs, take them to dog shows, train and run them in dog sledding events around Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Wyoming.  One year he was elected president of the Siberian Husky Club of America.  His other interests were hunting and fishing and in his earlier years he did a lot of water skiing and woodworking projects.  He was always a hard worker and was interested in many facets of life.  He and Peggy joined the Impact Church family 11 years ago, and made many friends there.  Ed passed away peacefully on April 9, 2019 with his beloved wife and son at his side. 

Funeral Services will be held on Monday, April 15, 2019 at 2:00 pm at Impact Christian Church, 27400 Highway 67, Woodland Park, CO.  Interment to follow at the Woodland Park Cemetery.

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Chuck and Lynn
   Posted Fri April 12, 2019
Uncle Eddie was a kind, loving, and gentle man. He is at peace now after a rough year. Our love and prayers for comfort to Aunt Peggy and Brian. 💖❤️💔🙏

Ken & Barb Moss
   Posted Fri April 12, 2019
Ed was a very kind sweet person who showed a tremendous amount of love to animals , the world was a much better place with Ed in it. We are saddened by this loss of one of the lords finest children.
Much love to you Peggy and Brian.
Ken & Barb Moss

Cindy Hutt
   Posted Fri April 12, 2019
Such sadness in this life. Ed's kindness to all will be missed.

Bill McKee and Nancy White
   Posted Fri April 12, 2019
It has been an honor, privilege, and blessing for us to know Ed and his family over these many years and to count them as treasured friends (and also briefly as neighbors). We knew Ed as a hard working man well possessed of kindness, compassion, integrity, and honesty. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him but it is comforting to know that, as a man of faith in good standing with the Lord, he will be there to greet us again one day. God bless Peg and Brian in this difficult time. All of our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Bill Hoffmann
   Posted Sun April 14, 2019
I worked with Ed in the construction engineering world in Colorado Springs and was one of only three structural engineers I would recommend. He had a very dry sense of humor but one I could appreciate. I missed him when he stopped practicing actively and felt the community lost a resource.

Angela Porpora
   Posted Sun April 14, 2019
So sorry to hear of Ed's passing. He is on to the dog races in the sky ! Prayers and condolences to Peggy and Brian.

Cindy Loftus
   Posted Sun April 14, 2019
While for the past 10 years or so, I only saw Ed a couple of times a year, but I always enjoyed his company and have very fond memories of him.

Vivi Jackman
   Posted Mon April 15, 2019
Sweetest man I have ever known. Loved seeing him.

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