Sam Joseph Intermill 9-24-1947 to 7-07-07 Survived by: Sam Intermill-Father Mark Intermill- Brother (Dee Intermill) Bud McCoy-Uncle (Ruth McCoy-Aunt) Carolyn Lathrop (Aunt) And many caring and loving friends and family

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  1. To the Intermill family, I was so sad to learn of Sam’s untimely passing and wished I had been able to attend his service on Friday. Sam was such a kind and generous soul and always made me feel special. We had such a long history and remained friends throughout the years with sporadic visits and encounters. He was so good about keeping in touch and we laughed and told stories at the last reunion. He will remain a great friend in my heart with many warm memories always. My sincere condolences. Janet

  2. Dear Sam, You were the dearest of men;warm, helpful, thoughtful, generous. We met in 1970 and you cheered my life. As the years went by we became closer, my friends became your friends. We laughed, went to Kings games, skiied, ran at the beach and everything in between. I have never forgotten the fun, how great you were to all my family, all your pax and everyone who was lucky enough to know you. I’ll never forget you, and all the yellow roses. love,

  3. Friend and Fraternity brother. Sam Intermill was one great, happy, funny guy. I’m happy to have known him all these years. My memories of time spent with Sam will last all my days.

  4. To the Intermill Family, I am so sorry for your loss, Sam was a great friend to me for more than 45 years, I will miss seeing him around town and talking to him. I hope the wonderful memories you have of him will give you some comfort at this time.

  5. My deepest sorrow to the family and friends. I got to spend time with Sam twice this year. I am so happy to have shared those moments together and our great Las Vegas trips over the past several years. This man was one great friend to all he met, he will be missed.

  6. To Sam’s Family and Friends Sam always had a smile on his face and a good thing to say. I have many memories of him from El Camino College Fraternity days. Sorry for our loss. He will be missed. God Bless

  7. To Sam’s family and close friends I have known Sam for 10 years, which is not as long as most of his friends and family but his smile, laughter and memories will never be forgotten. We will miss him dearly.

  8. To all that knew and loved Sam, As one of Sam’s fraternity brothers from El Camino,I have known and admired Sam for 40+ years. His jest for life, his kindness to all, and his love for friends and family made Sam a very special person. Sam is an inspiration and a role model. I will miss Sam’s smiling face and happy heart, Your loving fraternity brother, Bill Back

  9. My sincerest condolences to Sam’s family. He was a great fraternity brother and it was an honor to know him and share the fond times while attending El Camino.

  10. Many great stories about Sam. He was in all of our lives and he will be missed by us all. Portugee/Derek Harrison

  11. Sam Sr., Mark & Dee, I am so sorry for your loss. I just cannot believe Sam is gone. He was so kind to my Dad, he sat in the hospital with him several times and even went to the ICU and I know that was very hard for him. Your family has been through so much lately and I wish I had the right words to comfort you. Sam will be missed by a lot of friends. I’m sure Sam is with Irene and Joseph now and they are celebrating, it just hurts the ones left behind. Just know that my prayers and heartfelf thoughts are with you. Helen Smith Everett

  12. As another fraternity brother, I also give my sincerest sympathy to Sam’s family. He was a big man with a bigger heart!

  13. You have been and always will be very close to me Sam. We grew up together and while we have lived far apart, we always remained close. I will miss you my friend. Jim

  14. Sam was a great friend,never a dull moment.When you talked to Sam you felt like you were intouch with everyone Remembering with you. A life so important to so many.With love and Sympathy, Jim & Beverly

  15. Sam and I became friends and fraturnity brothers over forty years ago. Our birthdays were just 5 days apart. As we honored Sam at the Las Vegas, Rho Delt Reunion in 2006, I presented Sam with the “Jolly Good Fellow” Award because he has always been jolly, a great fellow, and we all respected him. At the 2007 reunion we shared our hotel room. He kept me awake and laughing until 4am telling endless stories and jokes, then he complained the next day that I kept him awake by snoring. Have a good sleep my friend. I will miss you.

  16. We have so many fond memories with Sam over the last 37 yrs.He was such a big part of our everyday lives. Best man at our wedding,there for the birth of our daughter Amy,and many great vacations together. We will truly miss our best friend.

  17. Sam, you were such a fun and happy person ! Over the many years, we had a great time trash talking over USC vs. UCLA games. We will miss you so much, but we will see you again, our dear friend. Love you, Bill and Nancy Doyle

  18. We are so saddened to hear of Sam’s passing. There are so many memories it would be difficult to share one special time. Sam was so special. We only just discovered this very sad news tonight–the night before his funeral and wish we had more time to send flowers, be there, and so much more. Know that we loved Sam and he will always remain in our hearts, our prayers and in our thoughts. We will miss you, Sam. All our love, Steve and Noreen Melchert

  19. I have known Sam all my life. He has always been such a important part of our family that’s why I called him Uncle Sam. I am feeling grateful for the years I had with my Uncle Sam. We shared so many memories together, when I think of Sam I always think of laughter. We need more people in this world like Sam, he was truly one of a kind and I will miss him deeply. I am very lucky to have had Sam in my life. I will miss you everyday Uncle Sam.

  20. We so enjoyed seeing “Uncle” Sam at the Prichard family gatherings the past six years. We will miss his smile, laughter, gentleness, warmth, and his love of God, friends, and family. We wish we could have known him longer.

  21. My condolences to the Intermill family. Sam was a very special person to everyone he was in contact with. In the 1970’s I went thru a very hard time in my life and Sam, Tommy Justice and Sam’s mother Irene helped me get thru this very difficult time. Sam has always been there for all his friends in time of need, and at times he wasn’t asked for help! That was Sam Intermill!! That was the special person that Sam was! He will be greatly missed by everyone that new him. If you want to see how happy he was with friends, go to Torrance High School and view the photo album from last year October, 2nd annual 60’s class reunion and see the photos of Sam and the Bynum twins, Joyce and Judy and look at how much fun he was having and the SMILE that Sam always had when he was having fun with friends. We will all miss this great freind Sam, and we will meet again. Rest in peace my friend, Norm

  22. To the Intermill Family and Friends, I, like all of you will miss Sam’s cheerful smile, his bubbly laugh and great sense of humor. Sam always had kind words to say about everyone. He was always there to help when you needed him. I have so many fond memories from El Camino and the Rho Delt’s functions of Sam. He will be greatly missed by all. When I look to heaven I will see three characters above smiling, laughing and carrying on. Of course those three are Sam, Pete and Steve.

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