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William Samuel Inch

Awe Sambo. On Saturday, March 23 you finally decided to hang up your wings and peacefully left us. Your life was an incredible adventure. From mountain man, to extreme skiing, to hang glider pilot, sailing, hiking, biking, horse show enthusiast and just plain living, you did all. You left a legacy wherever you went. Anyone that ever had the luck and good fortune to know you has a few fabulous stories of the amazing adventures that you took us all on. You had a zest for life, a big sense of adventure, the best sense of humor, amazing athletic ability, a desire to explore, to read and learn, a genuine interest in people and the biggest heart in the whole world. Your family, Carolyn, Jimmy, Andy, Cathy and Tracey as well as all your nieces and nephews, know the size of that heart. You were there whenever we needed you. There will never be another Sammy.

Three and a half years ago you said goodbye to your beloved mountains to be cared for by brother Andy in Sudbury. You were so grateful for his attention to your comfort and happiness. We are forever indebted to him. Cheers Andy

Sam you are up there with the best of them. Sing your songs, tell your stories and rest in peace brother. And in answer to the question in your great song " Does anybody see me as I climb the mountain, I use up that fountain of youth that was given to me?" - “Sam we all saw you and we will all miss you.”

We are planning a celebration of William Samuel Inch’s life this summer in northern Ontario. Anyone interested in attending can write to Carolyn at [email protected]

In lieu of flowers, donations to the lung association would be greatly appreciated.

Arrangements entrusted to the Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home.

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Provided by: Lougheed Funeral Homes

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