Obituaries

Charles Samuel Cornett

July 26, 1952 - November 20, 2021

Sam CornettCharles “Sam” Cornett, 69, of St. Charles, Illinois and formerly of Hinsdale, Illinois passed away suddenly Saturday, November 20, 2021, at Delnor Community Hospital in Geneva.  Sam was born July 26, 1952, in Hamilton, OH the son of Michael and Laddie (Goins) Cornett.  He was united in marriage to Diana Vix on  October 4, 1980, in Okeana, OH.

Sam had a wonderful personality and loved hanging out with people and would always bring a positive outlook. He had great musical talent.  He was an accomplished banjo player, guitarist, and song writer. Sam enjoyed helping others and he was the guy who family and friends could count on.  His heart was always open to helping a charity or other people who were less fortunate. His music, laughter, love, and cooking will always be remembered and never forgotten.

He is survived by his wife Diana Cornett; a daughter Alyssa (Nicholas) Segura; and a brother Robert Cornett.

He is preceded in death by his parents.

All funeral services were held privately. 

We would greatly appreciate your company to celebrate with us the beauty that was Sam’s life.  Nothing besides your lovely faces is requested for this bittersweet event.
Hoping that you will be able to join us.

Sunday, December 5th from 12-6pm (arrive anytime) Revolution Brewing Tap Room
3340 N. Kedzie Avenue
Chicago, IL 60618

**There are two Revolution locations. Please be careful when using GPS. **

 

Guest Book

  • William McClintock My sincere condolences to you Diana and your family. I will forever be grateful for everything Sam has done for me. He cared, listened, made me laugh and had a personality that lit everyone up. I will miss seeing that hat sticking up over the desk and the scarf and sport coat even in the summer time. He made an impact on so many, including me. It is my honor to have called him my friend. I am so sorry for your loss, you, your family and Sam will be in my prayers.
  • Courtney Robarge Sam was always the laughter and light of Majestic and more than that, a outstanding friend. Many laughs, conversation and playing pranks on each other. A man full of life and fun. I miss Sam dearly. As we always said "you know I love you more than my luggage." My thoughts and prayers are with Diana, family and friends.