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Ninham, Darwin “Sam”

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Darwin “Sam” Ninham, 81, Bowler, passed away on Wednesday November 4, 2020. He was born October 24, 1939 to the late Nelson and Rebecca (Schuyler) Ninham.
Sam loved the outdoors, whether fishing, hunting, or just walks in the woods, he enjoyed it all. He was a faithful member of Visible Church, Green Bay, where he would tell his family he got some of his best naps in. Sam was Uncle Sam to everyone, with his outgoing warm smile, he never met a stranger. He drove truck for many years and went by “Cracker Jack” on the CB. Sam’s family was everything to him, he loved his children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews so very much.
He is survived by his wife Carol Ninham, Bowler, his daughters; Shelly (Rob) Ninham, Cecil, Kim Ninham, Hortonville, Holly Kaczmarek, Milwaukee, his step Daughters; Heather Martinez, Green Bay, Holly Blanz, Arizona, as well as his grandchildren; Angeline Bruns, Danny Ninham, Christopher Bruns, Andrea Mcgee, Anna Martinez, and Cassandra Chavarez, and his great grandchildren. Sam is further survived by his siblings; Nona Cottrell, Oneida, Anna Beth Ness, Green Bay, Debbie Ninham, Green Bay, Gina (Todd) Van De Hei, Green Bay, Cletus (Marion) Ninham, Oneida, and Leland (Rebecca) Wigg Ninham, Madison.
He was preceded in death by his wife Roberta Ninham, and son Bobby Ninham, as well as his parents and siblings; John Ninham, Vernon (Joy) Ninham, Harold (Alice) Ninham, Clyde Ninham, Harlan Ninham, Telka Ninham, and great grandson Christopher “Baby Boo” Ninham.
Special thanks to Pastor Lamb, the Doctors and Nurses at St. Vincent Hospital, and our family for the love and care shown to Sam.

 

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