Samuel Walsh, age 21, of Centerville, died May 14, 2019. He was the son of Thomas and Colleen (Graham) Walsh. He was a bright and gentle soul and is already deeply missed. Survived by his parents, grandmother, Judith Walsh, and siblings, Michael, Meggan, and Daniel. Sam was extremely outgoing and made friends whenever he was in a place for longer than 5 minutes. He was extremely hardworking. He earned his Associate of Arts degree at the same time he finished high school. He worked full-time at Festival Foods while going to school full-time at Metro State University. He had one semester of classes left to earn a degree in Human Rights. He was a constant force in the aid of those bullied, maltreated, and downtrodden. Sam had the sharpest mind, and the best sense of humor. Ever since childhood he enjoyed dressing up in strange outfits and costumes, and was fond of props. He loved to draw and paint. He had an encyclopedic knowledge of all the movies, books and songs he loved. He was an avid storyteller, and a scrappy jujitsu player. He was a renaissance man, and thereâs never been another like him. He lived life on his terms, and those terms were usually silly and eccentric. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider any donation to https://blacklivesmatter.com/take-action/donate/.