Bauer Funeral Chapel

701 First Street, Snohomish, WA


Samuel Joseph Egeck

July 1, 1992June 4, 2011

Samuel (Sam) Joseph EGECK Born July 6, 1992 Passed Away June 4, 2011 Sam was a senior at Woodinville High School and about to graduate, on June 8th. He was enlisted in the United States Marine Corp - and was departing for boot camp in August. Sam loved 4- wheeling, dirt biking and all outdoor activities. This past year Sam and his Dad enjoyed modifying his 'prized' jeep. Sam is survived by his father, Ken, Mother - Debra, Sister - Caitlin, Grandparents - Richard and Patricia Egeck, Marilyn Howard, and Charles (Wes) Hurlocker, Jr., and numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and loved by all that shared in his life. In lieu of flowers please donate to Riderdown Foundation in his memory. Celebration of Life pending at Woodinville High school, Tuesday evening, June 7 at 7:30 p.m. Sign Sam's on-line Guest Book at www.Legacy.com.

Arrangements under the direction of Bauer Funeral Chapel, Snohomish, WA.


Samuel Joseph Egeck

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G. W.

March 17, 2013

Dear Sam,
I know you are missed every second of every day !

Alix Combs

July 6, 2011

Happy Birthday Sam, miss u tons.
Love Alix

Andy Lodato

June 26, 2011

Dear Ken, Deb & Caitlin; We just heard about the loss of Sam and we are terribly saddened. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers.

PhysioCare Physical Therapy


June 25, 2011

I had the opportunity to meet Sam as a brand new driving instructor for his last two drives. Even though that was almost four years ago, when I heard Sam's name, I remembered him instantly. He was one of my favorite students and even as a nervous first time instructor, I remember Sam as cracking me up. My thoughts are with his family. <3


June 25, 2011

I didnt know Sam personally, but after this, I felt as if I knew him all along. I was a student at Bothell High, and when my Woodinville friend walked into class, told us Sam's story I couldn't help but burst into tears. Whether I knew him or not, My heart aches because of this, and I wish you everything in Gods eye that will help <3 Sam's in a better place, tearing it up on that dirt bike, even though he's not here with us. Much Love <3

Tammy Sand

June 24, 2011

Dear Deb, Ken and Caitlin,
I knew how Sam had to be an easy going guy to be able to share the lower level of the house with a complete stranger he had never met before. I knew it was his hangout and he totally was cool with it. Thanks Sam, God bless you, Your memory is very inspiring. Love Tammy

Corinne Bauer

June 21, 2011

Sending love your way !

dallas simpson

June 16, 2011

Egeck family. My dad is a Seattle fighter, close to ken and always has positive stories about him. My brother and I have become close to Sam over the years and we will never forget his free loving, happy go lucky self. With much love and prays to you all. -Simpson family xoxox

Eric and Teresa Opsvig

June 16, 2011

Dear Ken, Deb and Caitlin... we pray that you can find peace and comfort at this difficult time. Your Celebration of Life Service for Sam was the most beautiful testimony of his life-- a life he fully loved and valued. He was pure joy and positivity. It is obvious he cherished his family and his future. It is so clear that he was a truly happy young man, and we are sure that is because he had you as parents, and beautiful Caitlin as his sister. We remember him as the beautiful, quiet, golden boy. He looked like sunshine at his baptism. Do you remember how we kept trading places at the baptism so that we could be his godparents, and then you could be Joy's and then my sister and her husband moved in to be Natalie's? And the priest got a little annoyed with all the shuffling around! And I remember at Sam's First Communion he was so handsome and solemn and a little shy about getting any attention. We are sad we didn't know him these past few years. We really missed a lot of joy there. We love you guys so much. We are here for you if you need anything.

Michelle Cunningham

June 16, 2011

Egeck Family,
As a former classmate of Ken's, There are no word's to express the profound sadness I feel at hearing of your loss. Our children are our most precious gifts - To you and your family I send my condolences and prayers during this extremely difficult time.