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Huntt Funeral Home

3035 Old Washington Rd, Waldorf, MD

OBITUARY

Samuel Brent Talton

April 18, 1995August 28, 2019
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Samuel Brent Talton, of Mechanicsville, died Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at the age of 24 years old. He was born in Clinton, MD on April 18,1995. Sam is survived by his mother Kristine M. Tinsman and her fiancée Jed Springer, and his father Ronald Brent Talton, Jr. and his fiancé Kelly Pettit; his sister Megan Elizabeth Talton and his brother Brett Michael Talton. He is also survived by his maternal grandmother, Kathy Tinsman, and his paternal grandfather, Ronald B. Talton, Sr., and step grandmother Linda Talton. He is also survived by many Aunts, Uncles, cousins, several extended family members and an incredible circle of friends that will miss him dearly. Sam is predeceased by his maternal grandfather, James Tinsman, his paternal grandmother Marilyn Talton and his cousin Kristin Tinsman.

Sam was a 2014 graduate of Calvert High School. He previously worked for the electrical union and most recently was employed at Southern Maryland Home and Hearth. He was well known for his exceptional work ethic, attentiveness to details, and kindness and care to all his customers.

Everything about Sam was LARGE. His tall and imposing stature combined with his physical strength were appropriately complimented by his oversized heart and his caring personality. The capacity of his amazing mind knew few boundaries, as he voraciously consumed information at will and applied it in all walks of his life. He was a man of few but passionate guilty pleasures, which explained his frequent and steady diet of macaroni and cheese, intense Marvel Comic discussions and high-octane driven music. He never felt the need to be the center of attention in the company of others, but didn’t need to use a great deal of words to ensure that his presence was felt at all times. Cars was always at the center of what made him happy, whether it was spending quality time with his dad fixing them up and riding around town, or testing their limits with his friends. He always strived to give back the love and devotion to his brother and sister that they consistently demonstrated to him, and always wanted to do his mom and GrandMommy so proud with everything he did.

Funeral arrangements are being provided by Huntt Funeral Home at 3035 Old Washington Road, Waldorf, MD. There will be a visitation from September 4, 2019 from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm, followed by a service at 1:00 pm.

There will be a Celebration of Life immediately following the service at the Lodge Order of Moose, located at 27636 Mechanicsville Road, Mechanicsville, MD 20659.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider donating to the Mechanicsville Moose Lodge #495 at 27636 Mechanicsville Road, Mechanicsville, MD 20659.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, September 4, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, September 4, 2019

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Amanda Quade

September 4, 2019

Sam, you'll always have your place in my heart and nothing is going to change it. The best part of my time with you was when it was me, you and our 4 girls. They were always so happy to have us both home running around squeaking. We are going to miss you everyday and I just hope you can be completely happy now and less stressed. I love you and I miss you dink.

Love always, Amanda, cinnamon, twinkie, brownie, snickers

Dawn Campbell

September 3, 2019

Sam you were one of a kind. Your smile on your face always. We called you COUNTRY STRONG SAM. You were one of our son Lenny's friends that we always looked forward to seeing. You two together were always guaranteed some kind of MISCHIEF in a good way. From doing wheelies with the riding mower to the last time you were here. We have TIRE BURN OUT MARKS in the court from you,n you n Lenny both new NOTHING ABOUT THEM. LOL We will always have a piece of you here with us. Every time i see those tire marks I WILL REMEMBER YOU.
You were SUCH A GOOD PERSON AND SO VERY GLAD YOU WERE ONE OF OUR SONS FRIENDS. You will be greatly missed we loved you dearly. May GOD BE WITH YOUR FAMILY DURING THIS VERY DIFFICULT TIME.
FLY HIGH SAM, REST IN PIECE.

THE CAMPBELL N ENGBERG
FAMILES.

Jim Slattery

September 3, 2019

Sam was a great young man! My thoughts and prayers are with Ronnie and all of Sam’s family. He will be dearly missed.

Liz Powalisz

August 31, 2019

Your last first kiss, I will never forget what we discussed and I'm going to go skydiving in your memory Sam. I just wish you could be in that plane with me in person instead of in spirit. When I left you promised I'd see you tomorrow. Not goodbye just see you later Sam.

Kim Winslow

August 31, 2019

Those bear hugs will stay with me always, Sam. The groceries you’d carry in all on one arm! Such a strong young man ❤️ whom never hesitated to help with anything at all. And that smile was so genuine! I remember the time we broke down on the water and as we all
looked at each other, not knowing what to do....you walk over and fix it in like 30 seconds! You were 12 or so at the time. You were always a good boy and I know heaven welcomed you with open arms but you sure will be sorely missed here.
Rest peacefully, Sweetheart Xoxo

Amanda Smyers

August 31, 2019

Thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sam, you will be missed more than you knew. Sam really was a fine young man. Even if you did help throw me in the pool at bethany's wedding. My girls loved their uncle sam. This is such a tragedy, I still can't believe it. Fly high sam. We will remember you always.

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