Everybody loved him, Sam was a smashing young man who had everything to live for. What can we say as Sam had only 22 years of his life - he had only just started on his way!Sam found it hard at school and he was glad when he left, but because he did not have any qualifications he obviously found it hard to find a job. But he never gave up and took any work that came up, from being a temporary Postman to a helper on a delivery van. Any work and Sam would do it. He had only just started a new job, and had been there for about 4/5 months and absolutely loved it - he worked nights as a forklift driver. His social life consisted of going out with his mates, in their cars. He liked ice skating and used to go quite a lot before he started his evening work. He also liked playing Pool. He had joined quite a number of car clubs, so at weekends when he was not working, he would go to Donnington or Silverstone for car meets. He also loved fishing, which was introduced to him by his Uncle. We used to go on the Norfolk Broads and he would fish off the boat. He also went away with his Dad and Uncle for weekends for special fishing weekends. He loved it and had all the proper equipment rods, reels, mats and everything else that he could find. Sam was on his way out to meet friends on the 16th December 2006, when he was hit head on by a drunk driver going the wrong way down a dual carriageway! The driver was more than three times over the drink drive limit when he was tested about 3 to 4 hours AFTER the accident. All he was given was 2 ½ years in prison and 2 ½ years out on licence and banned for driving for 5 years. This is pitiful!!