Samir (Sam) K. Sain, MS, P.E., 73 of Acme passed away Thursday, November 4, 2021 at Excela Health Frick Hospital.
Sam was born November 17, 1947, in Calcutta, the son of Amar Nath and Menoka Sain. He was graduate of Calcutta University and Carnegie Mellon University earning a Master of Science degree in civil engineering. Sam established his own business known as AEC in 1981, specializing in engineering water treatment systems. He became prominent in the home inspection business later in his career with a specialty in structural engineering and had membership in the professional home inspection organization ASHI. He enjoyed and was involved in PA West Soccer organization as a referee and organizer. As a philanthropist, he contributed to a charity that would supply soccer equipment to children in South America. He also volunteered at the local Special Olympics. He was very giving, financially donating in the name of his mother to the people of Calcutta to support Covid relief. He lived in and supported the Bear Rocks Community and was a long-time member of the Bear Rocks Community Club. In lieu of flowers or cards, the family will be collecting donations to the late SMT Menoka Sain Social Welfare Project. This project provides food and COVID relief to the poor in India. If you would like to donate remotely, please contact Brenda at email@example.com. Surviving is his wife Brenda L. McLeod Sain; children, Neil Sain (Kayla) of Mt. Pleasant and Tia Sain of Acme; brothers, Sukumar and Subhas Sain and a sister, Bulu Rani Acharya Chaudhuri. In addition to his parents, Samir was preceded in death by brothers, Mihir and Ashish Sain.
Family and friends are invited to attend the memorial service to honor the life of Sam at the Bear Rocks Community Club 161 Big Springs Road Acme, PA 15610 from 1pm to 3pm on Saturday, November 13, 2021. Arrangements are under direction of the SALOOM-REGA FUNERAL SERVICE 730 W. Main Street Mt. Pleasant. Please visit Sam's online memorial at www.saloom-rega.com to sign the condolence guestbook. Richard Rega, funeral director.