Samina Izne Hameed
November 25, 1960 – April 16, 2020
Samina was born in Pakistan in November 1960. In October 1982 she married the love of her life and her best friend Isaiah Hameed. She immigrated to the United States starting a new life. She gave birth to three children Michelle, Joel and Jesse. She grew up Muslim but gave her life to Christ and was baptized. She had the warmest heart of any woman I have ever known and was incredibly wise. When you sat in conversation with her it was like you knew her forever. She had a gift for making you feel at home, She embodied the heart and hospitality of Christ. I will always smile thinking of her when I am sitting in the kitchen after she had cooked an incredible meal. She would always say have more. She always shared her affection through food. She was incredibly caring and loved well. She is survived by her husband, three children, granddaughter Mia, her sister Rubina Sawada and brother Sohail Safeer.
Samina Izne Hameed
George Caudill aka Grandpa George
July 17, 2021
I only knew Samina for a short few months. However, during those few months I felt like I had know her and her husband for a lifetime. They are the most genuine people I have ever met. Samina had a way of making you feel good inside about yourself, and just life in general. I knew immediately we were going to be best of friends. I was invited to dinner inpromptu once. Samina whipped up an amazing and delicious dinner that would have ordinarily taken days to plan. She just had a gift I guess.....
Not a day goes by that I don't think of my friend and wish I had more time to spend getting to know her better. She made an impact in my heart and it shines through the love her family holds for her. I know in my heart that Samina walks with angels now and I am certain she is close by watching over her family and friends as well to this very day.
Thank you my friend for coming into my life. You will never be forgotten and cherished forever!
July 30, 2020
I was so saddened to have heard that Samina passed away.
We met Samina 8 years ago when my husband and I were look at engagement rings .
I remember telling her we are just look but her her smile was so inviting so simple with such a glow on her face.
I can’t express enough what a beautiful excellent person this lady was and how welcome she always made us feel.
I sometimes would go to the shop and say hi and tell her do not sell anything to my husband. And low and behold the next week my husband would come home with a jewelry piece.
I would come in and her smile was adoring with just a simple expression and say would say
( Your husband loves you so much💕)
which was true, it was so hard not to smile back-at her.
Samina always made you feel like family not to mention what an excellent sales person she was.
She always assured us if we weren’t happy to bring items back.
We never did because some how we would end up leaving with something new lol!
Down deep in our heart ❤️ we loved Samina and she will be greatly missed by us.
It was a blessing to have known Samina and all the joy she brought into our hearts.
Our condolences to the family and thank you for sharing such a beautiful person in our path.
Sofia and Steve Westland
May 8, 2020
Samina Hameed was a dear friend and coworker, to me and many others. Her smile and her laugh would light up a room! She was a kind loving faithful Woman. If you knew Samina you were blessed beyond words. She loved her husband and her family very deeply.
Knowing Samina for close to 20 years there were work meetings we
both attended. The meetings in Orlando at Disney World were my favorite! We were room mates for several years and shared lots of stories and adventures! Sending my deepest sympathies to the Hameed family.
May God Bless .
April 21, 2020
My deepest heartfelt sympathies to you Izzy and your children. Samina was quite simply one of the finest persons I have ever had the pleasure to know and work worth. She was kind to everyone and sincerely cared about all whom she came in contact with. I have so many wonderful memories of her: seeing her face light up when she talked about you and her children; seeing her pride talking about all of you; seeing her pride in her home improvement projects to name a few. Perhaps my favorite memory was of telling her about my youngest son playing the “first” game with my wife Pam to see who could jump on the bed first and her telling me that you and she played the same game. I’m in tears thinking about her. I was so very lucky to be a small part of her life. All my love and sympathy to all of you. She is loved and remembered