- 54 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 18, 1960
- Date of passing: Dec 23, 2014
|Let the memory of Scott be with us forever|
"My dearest Scott, today was a day that we used to celebrate the day that you were born. I wish you were still here celebrating with me, having your favorite cake, blowing out that candle and making that wish...I miss you more than words can say. Even though you are not here on earth with me, I hope you are in heaven celebrating what a better life that you have now, sometimes life on earth is so hard, but I know in my heart you are happy where you are now and that is all I ever wanted for you ...is just that you are happy. So on this special day please know that I will always celebrate this special day, the day of your birth because I love you, always have, always will, even though we are not together now, I know we will be again and until then, be happy and know that I love you with all my heart."
"My Dear Scott, I sit here just another day missing you so very much...words can't even express my pain since youv'e been gone. You left me so suddenly and I just sometimes can't believe it's true until I wake yet another day without you. You are my forever love and nothing will ever change that, not even death. You knew I loved you more than anything in this world and I was there with you no matter what. I never ever expected for you to leave me this soon, I so just wanted to grow old with you so we could have made fun of each others wrinkles and helped each other when we were sick, but I don't have you anymore and I still can't get used to that. I wish I knew what happened to you on that day, but I guess your job was done on earth and that is why you were taken from me and Buddy, the kids and grandkids and others who loved you and believe me Scott, you were loved by many. I miss you and I will love you with my whole heart for eternity."
"I miss you Scott and nothing is going to change it or make it feel any better. We all wish you were here to be in our lives and i know the kids miss you, i miss knowing what you would have been able to teach them about hunting, fishing, and birds. This makes me feel very sad. You were a wonderful man just misunderstood by many. I got to see the true you because we shared the same battle every day. There aren't words to express how much I love you I wish I could have told you more!"
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