Sam Digiacomo Youngstown, OH, died on Oct. 17 at age 28

Digiacomo suffered hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Learn more about Sam Digiacomo Obituary and funeral plans

Samuel Digiacomo Death – Sam DiGiacomo passed away on October 17, 2023, surrounded by his loving family. He was 28 years old. A cause of death was not officially released, but there are reports that Digiacomo suffered hypoplastic left heart syndrome, which led to his passing.

According to his obituary, Sam established numerous friendships and connections with individuals from all walks of life due to his vivacious personality. He consistently maintained a cheerful demeanor, even when engaging in daring activities such as skating atop blazing countertops, evacuating multiple stranded individuals in lakes aboard a leaking canoe, or venturing into wildfires, his obituary revealed.

Sam’s ardor for music culminated in one of his most cherished accomplishments: establishing The Neighborhood, LLC and curating “The Block Party,” an annual Hip-Hop festival in Youngstown, with a group of friends. In addition, he delighted in compiling recordings of his favorite songs for the purpose of sharing them with his loved ones. As an urban explorer, writer, and confectionery connoisseur, he was frequently observed scouting out the finest restaurants and attractions in the city he was visiting.

Sam’s utmost concern was his family. Regardless of the location of his career, he frequently returned home to cherished ones for occasions such as holidays, birthdays, or even a weekend spent with the family. Sam was raised in the company of his immediate and extended family. He cherished cherished occasions and moments such as Friday pizza and pasta nights at Grandma D’s, train rides to Georgia with cousins, birthday celebrations at the lake, and annual family beach trips to Marco Island.

News from SNBC13

If you find errors in this report or any concern, reach out to us throughContact UsThanks
Back to top button

Adblock Detected

It has come to our attention that you currently have an ad blocker enabled. Our website depends on ads to sustain and provide free content. We kindly request you to consider disabling your ad blocker to support us. We sincerely appreciate your cooperation. Thank you!