Molly Ann Sampson

06/25/1932 — 06/23/2007

From Benton, City, WA, US | Born in Vancouver, Washington

Molly Ann Sampson

Molly Sampson, age 74, passed away suddenly on Saturday, June 23rd at Kennewick General Hospital in Kennewick, WA.

Molly married Gerald Sampson, who also recently passed away in June of 2006. She will be remembered by her avid gardening skills and always being surrounded by flowers.

Molly will be very missed by her family of three daughters, Robyn D. Kraft, Victoria Ann Chapin and husband Edwin Chapin, and the youngest, Jodi Lynn Bibler and her husband Willis Bibler. Molly was a proud grandparent of six children, Keri Lynn Gaylor, Joshua Weston Gaylor, Jenifer Lynn Bibler, Marleana Kraft, Derek Austin Bibler and Vaughan Weston Kraft. She is also survived by her brother, Gerald Nagel.

There will be no memorial service.

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  • We will miss you.

    Always

    Iona and Hunter

    Iona and Hunter Greening
    November 4, 2014
    Vancouver, WA, US
  • We will miss you.

    Always

    Iona and Hunter

    Iona and Hunter Greening
    November 4, 2014
    Vancouver, WA, US
  • Dear Robyn, Vickie & Jodi,

    We were so sorry to read about your mother’s death. She was a fine, fun filled woman, & all her friends are in mourning for her. We will always remember our little neighborhood & you girls growing up & us adults having a few drinks together, what fun we had. I hope your memories of your mother will be some comfort to you.

    Please accept our sympathy & good wishes.

    Love, John & Sharen

    John & Sharen Shierman
    November 4, 2014
    Vancouver, WA, US
  • So sorry to hear of your loss. I knew your mother, Molly, through many years working together at DSHS.

    Remember well her love of flowers! Thoughts and prayers go with you.

    Sandy Golze
    November 4, 2014
    Vancouver, WA, US
  • The thing I remember about Molly is how much she loved her girls. As a Girl Scout leader, I found her to be a very supportive parent, always ready to help where help was needed, and always with a smile. My love to Robyn, Vicki, and Jodi. Your mom did a fine job of raising you. You were wonderful kids, and are wonderful women. You have my love and prayers. Peggy Dale

    Peggy Dale
    November 4, 2014
    Vancouver, WA, US
  • I WAS ONE OF MS.MOLLYS CAREGIVERS. SHE WAS THE MOST SWEETEST PERSON. I WAS WORKING THAT SATURDAY, AND FOR SOME REASON I DID’NT WANT TO LEAVE. MY SHIFT WAS OVER AT 6PM, I DID NOT LEAVE UNTIL VICKY AND BUCK CAME HOME AND TOLD MYSELF, ANDREA, AND CHRIS my supervisor THAT MOLLY PASSED AWAY. I STILL HAVE NOT GOT OVER HER DEATH, I THINK ABOUT HER ALL THE TIME. I STILL KEEP IN CONTACT WITH VICKYshes an awesom ladie & friend I JUST WANT TO SAY I’M SO VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. SHE WILL BE MISSED VERY MUCH.

    VERONICA VALENCIA
    November 4, 2014
    PROSSER, WA, US
  • Molly was one of my first supervisors at DSHS. She was always fair and supportive. She often spoke of her family and always did so lovingly. I have fond memories of working with her. My sympathies to you.

    Lynda Murray
    November 4, 2014
    Battle, Ground, WA, US