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Samuel Joseph Moulder

October 13, 1944 ~ November 14, 2021 (age 77)

Obituary

Samuel Joseph Moulder passed away in Brighton, Colorado on November 14, 2021, was born October 13, 1944 in Orange, Texas to Ernest Cleo Moulder and Wanda Reva Smith Moulder. 

He was preceded in death by his parents.

He is survived by Doris Ann Tuberville Moulder, son Brian Moulder of Lincoln, Arkansas, son Keith Moulder and wife Dawn of McKinney, Texas. Grandchildren; Sarah VanHook and husband Jesse of Cave Springs, Arkansas, Hannah Moulder and fiancé Keith Hudson of Los Angeles, California, Jacob Moulder and wife Kassidy of Frisco, Texas, Aiden Moulder of McKinney, Texas and one great grandchild Jasper VanHook of Cave Springs, Arkansas. He is also survived by a sister Terry and husband Don, brother Ronnie and wife Lynn, brother Jeffrey and wife Tommie Ruth and brother Chris and wife Karen. 

“Sam” was born in Texas and grew up in Colorado, spending most of his school years there.  He moved to Camden, Arkansas with his family during his senior year of high school and it has been said that he stood out like James Dean.  He met the love of his life on his first day of school at Fairview High and married her, Doris Ann Tuberville on September 20, 1963.  They had blissful, bouncing baby boy Brian in 1964 and another keen, kind-hearted baby boy Keith in 1970.  Their family moved several places over the years as Sam became a master diesel mechanic.  He was a man of great strength and possessed an incredibly strong handshake.  Some may attribute those things as what they would want to be remembered by but Sam wouldn’t say that.  It was his love of the Lord and reading the Bible that was most important to him, and raising his children to know and love the Lord, too.  He and the family moved to Camden, Arkansas, spent many years there, became involved in church and he accomplished what he set out to do. 

Through the years, his heart kept leading him back to the Rocky Mountains where he had grown up, so he eventually retired and spent his latter years there.  He enjoyed a strong cup of coffee, had a passion for justice, a deep interest in genealogy and shared that oftentimes with his children and grandchildren.  If you had a conversation with him, he would focus on something positive about you and make you feel loved.  And he always doted on his children and grandchildren because he was so proud of them.             

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