Dayle Vernon Sampson was born on September 6, 1963 in Caroline County, VA to Joyce Sampson of Ruther Glen, VA and James Slade of Richmond, VA.
Dayle was formerly educated in the Caroline County Public School System. He graduated from Caroline High School in Milford, VA in June, 1983. Dayle also had the opportunity of studying Religion at Liberty University Online in Lynchburg, VA.
Dayle accepted his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at an early age and was baptized in the Jericho Baptized Church in Ruther Glen, VA. He was a faithful member and served on the media ministry. Due to the nature of his accident and illness he was not able to attend service as He so desired. Despite, his illness, Dayle knew no limitations.
Dayle loved sports. In high school he played football and was also a part of the wrestling team. Dayle was a sports enthusiast. He absolutely loved the Dallas Cowboys and had to have as much of their paraphernalia that he could get his hands on.
He adored and loved his family and friends. He never met any strangers. When he transitioned on Monday, February 11, 2019, there were scores of testimonies we received from the staff of Chippenham Hospital as to how special Dayle was and the type of character he exuded. Dayle was angelic to many individuals in so many ways. Dayle lived his life to the fullest with an exuberance spirit who never ever wanted to quit or give up, he held onto his faith even in death.
Dayle was preceded in death by his eldest brother and sister-in-law, Wilbur H Sampson, Jr and Pamela Sampson of Houston, TX. He leaves to cherish his memory, his parents, Joyce Sampson of Ruther Glen, VA and James Slade of Richmond, VA, (3) brothers, Albert Sampson (Shelia) of Ft Worth, TX, Warren Johnson of Hustle, VA and Steven Sampson (Tina) of Ruther Glen, VA; (3) sisters, Naomi Johnson, (David) of Fredericksburg, VA, Gayle Sampson (his twin) of Portsmouth, VA and Brenda Taylor (Phillip) of King William, VA; several nieces, great nieces, nephews and great nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. He also leaves to cherish his memory one special aunt, Annie Bell Fox, (4) devoted friends, Gerald Carter, Deacon Albert Coleman and his best friends Jeffery Jones and Tanya Hales.
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