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In Loving Memory

Schramm, Samuel M.

August 12, 2001 - September 9, 2023

Schramm, Samuel Matthew, 22, passed away on September 9, 2023.

Cherished son of Joann (Lou) Feldhaus and Kenneth (Tami) Schramm; dearest brother of Kenny Schramm, Allyssa (Zach Zorich) Schramm, Daniel (Kristen) Schramm, Austin (Dominique Mallek) Schramm, Mary-Kate Feldhaus and Louis Feldhaus; dear uncle of Kinley Jo, Jackson, Zayvah Jo, Cameron and Scarlet; loving grandson of Rosemarie Lubbes and the late Paul Schramm and Richard and Diane Dohack; dear friend of Max Ellis, Dannah Power, Jackson Gaeng and “Uncle” Doug Steinkiste and most of all his beloved companion Pookie; our dear nephew, cousin and friend of many.

Services: A Celebration of Life is being held on September 23rd at The Crossing Church at Grant’s Trail. Visitation begins at 3:00pm and ceremony begins at 4:00pm. Memorials may be made to Stray Rescue of St. Louis. Please check kutisfuneralhomes.com for updates.


18 thoughts on “Schramm, Samuel M.”

  1. Deepest condolences to all of you. May He wrap His arms around you to bring you peace and strength. I pray that your memories bring you comfort when you need it the most.

    • So thankful to have Sam as an amazing friend all these years , always amazingly supportive and positive. He will forever be in my heart, Rest in Peace Sam. Till we meet again buddy. 💙💙

  2. Sam, I don’t know where to start. I want to just thank Sam and his family for taking my brother in as their own and loving him the way we loved Sam. My heart, my love, my prayers, and my condolences go to his family during this time. Sam meant so much to both Jackson and Max. He made his mark on our family and I couldn’t be more thankful to have had the opportunity and the pleasure of having Sam as they liked to say one of my “little brothers I never asked for but knew I needed”. If those 3 goofballs were right about something, it was that we needed him just as much as he needed us. Our family sends so much love. He will always be remembered, loved, and cherished.

  3. Sam was always welcomed as family in our home. His smile, friendly demeanor and his ever present willingness to help were always very much appreciated by us all and we will miss him dearly and never forget what he meant to all of us.
    We are all devastated and truly sorry for your family and everyone whose lives Sam touched during his journey in life.

    Sincerely, The Gaeng Family
    Abby and

  4. We will keep Kenny, his family, and all who knew Sam in our prayers. We pray you find peace in one another and share beautiful memories of Sam to comfort each other in this time of sorrow.

  5. Mark and I are so sorry for your loss. The Schramm family was a second family to my son Luke. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

    The Pirtle Family

  6. My memories of Sam are from the days Austin and Riley played baseball for the Sharks. He was always smiling, happy to be with his Dad, watching his brother play baseball. My heart breaks for the entire Schramm family. Riley and I are sending all of you prayers for strength and courage through these difficult times.

  7. Am so sorry for the tragic that the family and the friends had to lose a a beloved son brother and friend and uncle to so many people in Sam life he was very loved he’s going to be missed my prayers and hearts reach out to the family and friends

  8. Sam and I weren’t close but we had ANP (sort of like homeroom) class together back in high school. Even though I didn’t know Sam very well, he struck me as a smart, talented, and kind-hearted person. My heart breaks for all of Sam’s loved ones.

  9. I’m at a loss for words. Sam and I weren’t ever best friends by any means, but we were still friends. He was the person I spoke to every day waiting for parent pick up when we were in school, and when he wasn’t there the absence was more than noticeable. He was genuinely one of the wittiest and friendliest people I met when I moved to Bernard from Buerkle. Even though we didn’t talk after high school, his absence will continue to be noticed. All of my prayers are with his loved ones. Rest in Peace Sam, I hope wherever you are it’s beautiful and you’re at peace.


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