Samantha Rose White

SKOWHEGAN – Samantha Rose White, 25, of Skowhegan passed away Sept. 2, 2021, in Petersburg, Va. She was born Oct. 22, 1995, in Waterville. Always brave, never shy. She took on anything she had a mind to or interest in. She loved reading, writing, art, singing, dancing, music, festivals, and adventure. She could write stories from an early age and later moved on to poetry as she matured. Sam never quite went in a straight line from point A to point B but managed to get where she wanted to be by whatever means necessary. Her heart on a mysterious destination that would remain forever elusive. Sam’s love of riding remained a constant thread. She attended Morning Star Stable from the age of 10 where she trained in English and often placed first or second along with show mates. Later attended Hidden Valley learning western. Her adventurous spirit took her to Chincoteague to visit the ponies. Sam returned home from Virginia and stayed in Maine until October of last year when she returned to Virginia and most recently worked at Level Green Riding School in Virginia. Although she fought it with the same confidence and intent that she gave to all those things she loved, in the end, addiction would be the victor. Samantha was predeceased by grandparents Bruce and Monya (McLaughlin) Millett, Elaine White, and Roy Slamm. She is survived by grandparents, Abigail Shahn (Fang) and Ralph White; father, Brett White, mother and stepfather, Mimosa (Slamm) and Kevin Mack; brothers, Benjamin White (Kaylee), Kevin Mack (Daisy), and James Mack (Gillian). Sisters Avery Mack and Randi Lynn Brown (Nathan). Nieces and Nephews, Liam and Lydia White, Liam, Lukas, and Elinore Mack, Kingston and Phoenix Mack, and Artemis Brown. Aunts and Uncles: Amanda Slamm, Chris White (Trina), Robert Millett (Mary), Jason White, Matthew White. Special Cousin Nichole Clark. Dear Friend Mark Duest.“The world cannot be cruel if such a beautiful soul could exist to begin with.”We welcome friends and family to join us at the Eagles in Skowhegan on Saturday, Nov. 27, from 4-7 p.m., to share memories. We will plan a celebration of life in the spring to spread Sam’s ashes.

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