Samuel G Clothier
October 20, 1942 – June 6, 2018
Samuel G Clothier, age 75, of Littleton, CO passed away on Wednesday, June 6, 2018. Samuel was born October 20, 1942. He is preceded in death by his parents, Clarice Burnett (Nichols) and Gordon Croston Clothier; and his brother, William Joe Clothier. Sam is survived by his wife of 28 years, Carol "Rusty" Brasz of Littleton, CO; his son, Curt (Marilyn) Clothier of Mansfield, TX and grandsons, Spencer (Cassi) Clothier - and great-grandchildren, Peyton, Colton, Nolan and Emmerson, all of Burleson, TX, Garrett Clothier of Granbury, TX, Bryce Clothier of Arlington, TX, and Addison Clothier of Alvarado, TX; and his son, Gordon Clothier and granddaughters, Shelby and Jordan Clothier, all of Centennial, CO; his brother, Thomas John (Diana) Clothier of Phoenix, AZ; nephew, Scott Clothier and niece, Lauree (Jeff) Kohl; and other loving family and friends.
A Memorial Service will be held at 10:00 am, Friday, June 15, 2018 at Olinger Chapel Hill Mortuary, 6601 S Colorado Blvd, Centennial, CO 80121 followed immediately by a Celebration of Life Reception in the Summit Room. A Committal Service will take place at 1:00 pm in the cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Sam's name to Denver Dumb Friends' League, 2080 S Quebec St, Denver, CO 80231 and to TRPC Widows and Orphans Fund, PO Box 740606, Arvada, CO 80006.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.olingerchapelhill.com for the Clothier family.
- Clarice Burnett (Nichols) and Gordon Croston Clothier, Parents
- William Joe Clothier, Brother
- Carol "Rusty" Brasz, Wife
- Curt (Marilyn) Clothier, Son
- Spencer (Cassi) Clothier, Grandson
- Peyton Clothier, Great Grandchild
- Colton Clothier, Great Grandchild
- Nolan Clothier, Great Grandchild
- Emmerson Clothier, Great Grandchild
- Garrett Clothier, Grandson
- Bryce Clothier, Grandson
- Addison Clothier, Grandson
- Gordon Clothier, Son
- Shelby Clothier, Granddaughter
- Jordan Clothier, Granddaughter
- Thomas John (Diana) Clothier, Brother
- Scott Clothier, Nephew
- Lauree (Jeff) Kohl, Niece
- Spencer Clothier, Honorary Pallbearer
- Garrett Clothier, Honorary Pallbearer
- Bryce Clothier, Honorary Pallbearer
- Addison Clothier, Honorary Pallbearer
- Brennon Sabo, Honorary Pallbearer
- Robert Ohlinger, Honorary Pallbearer
- Don Caudill, Honorary Pallbearer
- Tom Snyder, Honorary Pallbearer
Denver Dumb Friends' League
2080 S. Quebec Street, Denver, Colorado 80231
TRPC Widows and Orphans Fund
PO Box 740606, Arvada, Colorado 80006
- Memorial Service Friday, June 15, 2018
- Celebration of Life Reception Friday, June 15, 2018
- Committal Service Friday, June 15, 2018
Samuel G Clothier
June 14, 2018
I remember growing up with Sam in Chariton, IA. We had so much fun with all of the cousins; eating Sunday dinner at Momsie Clothier's and then to the movie and popcorn thanks to the dime supplied by Momsie, boxing when you received gloves as a gift, the time you rode your bike to the farm. I got to ride a bike and Sam got to ride the horse. Sam was very personable and fun at family gatherings.
Our sincere sympathy to Rusty and Tom and the rest of the family. We are sending our memorial to Denver Dumb Friends League.
Martha Clothier Pieper
June 13, 2018
It does seem so many years ago that we were playing kick the can in their backyard.....and yet.....it seems like yesterday. Sam was a FUN cousin. My condolences to his whole family. Cousin Martha
June 11, 2018
I remember visiting Sam's business as a teenager with my parents when we travelled to Denver to see Sam's parents my uncle Gordon and aunt Bernice he was gracious and gave me a nice tour, even though it was busy there . Also enjoyed seeing him at family reunions back in Chariton. Iowa Sam often had a funny story or interesting tale to tell. I do not know if anyone remembers the state trooper story, it was very funny at the time. It seems on the way back to Chariton for a family reunion both Bill and Sam were stopped by the same trooper a few hours apart, Bill being first he said he talked himself out of the speeding ticket. When the trooper pulled over Sam and saw the Clothier name on his license having stopped Bill a few hours earlier. The trooper just ask if he had a brother named Bill and was going to Chariton, Sam said yes the trooper just gave him back his license and told him to get out of there. Even though there is significant age difference between us, and our paths did not cross much in last several years, he always treated me like a brother. I also valued his visit last year to Burlington , Iowa when my sister Betty Morlan was in hospice.
Timothy S Benson D.C.