Ran into Scott this past summer,had great chat with him,talked about the old days...will surely be missed by me and all... Dave Fleck
My sincere condolences to Linda an her family. Scott an I took the same school bus to Lew Port and each day I donated an apple out of my lunch to him. I’d gladly give him a bushel of apples to see him one more time
My you RIP my ole friend
I'll miss our Facebook interactions, and of course also at the LewPort '67 get-togethers.
Scott and I first met at St. Peter's as alter boys with Canon Townsend. Played some basketball in the Youth Group. He was a better shot. Kept in touch through high school buddies.
My condolences to Linda and family.
Was great to know you, Scott. Rock on.
Scott, it's been a long and winding road since our '67 High School Graduation. RIP Scott, you've had a wonderful life and will be missed by all your Family and Friends.
I shared a table with Scot (Robert) a couple of years ago at our 50th high school reunion. We traded memories and experiences that I will always remember fondly. - Richard Hardy
I was thinking of Scott and his health problems only the day before learning of his passing. As fellow members of the Lewiston-Porter Class of '67, we went way back. From guitars to classic cars, he was the definition of a good guy. Scott will be missed.
To Linda and the entire family,
I can't tell you how saddened I am to hear of Scott's passing. I had several classes with Scott during our years at Lew-Port together and I always enjoyed his sharp wit and sense of humor. We lost track of each other for a block of years but were brought back together thanks to Facebook and the efforts of Gary Noubarian and everyone who worked on the class reunions. Scott and I loved to talk musicians, guitars, basses, amps & all things pop culture related to music. I loved the videos that he posted of bands from years gone by - we always seemed to follow the same groups and respect the talents of great guitarists. I looked forward to his posting a picture of a new 'axe' he had bought or a new amp. I'm going to miss our conversations together and sharing thoughts about who played the best solo on what song. I'm going to miss him.
Rest in peace Scott. We'll miss you.
Scott and I worked together as machinists back in the early 80's. We were camera buffs for a while.We lost our jobs at Union Carbide.My family and I moved out to California, but we always kept in touch.We would visit when we came back every year sometimes to a car show,out to dinner,barbecue.I miss him terribly.
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