Melissa Antionette Medusa Sampson January 7, 1972 - August 23, 2015 © Criswell Funeral Home Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Services for Melissa Antionette Medusa Sampson, 43, of Ardmore, are 2:00 p.m. Friday at the Criswell Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. Raymond Lampkin will officiate. Burial will follow at High Hill Cemetery.
She died Sunday, August 23, 2015 at an Oklahoma City hospital. She was born January 7, 1972 to Charles Sampson and Loretta Sue Cass in Ada. She attended school in Oklahoma City.
Ms. Sampson was employed by Wal-Mart of Oklahoma City and as a cashier at the Newcastle Casino.
Survivors include her mother, Loretta Easley and husband Joe Easley,Sr., of the home; father, Charles Sampson, Ardmore; three children, Skyler Linderman, Chase Linderman and Shannon Sampson;two grandchildren, Zane and Rosalena Linderman; four sisters, Marlene Moore, Rita Perry and husband Eddie, Jennifer Sampson and Kristin Sampson; five brothers, Monte Sampson and wife Kelly, Joe Easley, Jr. and wife Kristina, Calvin Easley and wife Linda, Greg Sampson and girlfriend Chasee Wilson and Dustin Sampson.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Howard and Delma Easley, Cora Taylor and Newton Cass; nephew, Dewaylon Cruse Easley and uncle Gary Easley.
Bearers will be Dustin Easley, James Street, Raymond McCullar, Johnny Willis, Chris Easley and Levi Willis. Hononary bearers will be Joe Easley, Jr., Monty Sampson, Gregg Sampson, Damion Easley, Calvin Easley and Dustin Sampson.
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