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"I have so many memories about Scott. Every time it rains, I can hear the man cheer because his car would be getting a free car wash! And he is the only man other than my husband that I ever saw use duct tape to make shoes last longer! He came to visit me in the hospital after the birth of my daughter. It meant so much to my husband and I that Scott would take time on his day off to drag his wife to come see me. Scott will be missed by all who knew him."
"Scott played football for me as a freshman at Hamilton Southeastern. We hated to see him move to Monrovia. It was a great loss to HSE. He was a an amazing athlete and an even better person. I am sorry, I didn't know about his illness until I read the obituary. May God bless your family!!!
Marc Anderson (Coach A)"
"Scott's positive demeanor will never be forgotten. It didn't matter how tough things got, he always had that positive twist to come out with a smile. Scott impacted many people's lives at Walmart, both associates and customers. None of us are guaranteed a time frame, and 35 years doesn't seem like a long time, but Scott lived his life to the fullest and fought to the end. You will be missed by alot of people."
"My husband Adam Kivett was very good friends with Scott in school at Monrovia and can't say enough great things about Scott when they played sports together and enjoyed their school years together. I will never forget the day Kris came into government class our senior year and shared with me her story of meeting Scott the first time at Cracker Barrel. It was love at first sight for her. As months passed, she continued to share her excitement for Scott and how they were falling in love, and what a good man he was to her...something she deserved for a long time! Before I knew it, I was attending Alley's baby shower, while home from college my first year. Kris and I grew up together our whole childhood in soccer and softball and were close friends together in high school, and she's truly an amazing woman. Kris: I know you have the strength to move past this tragic chapter in your life and you'll carry on Scott's legacy with your daughters, your family, your future grandchildren, your friends, and those who don't know Scott. You'll somehow find a way to use Scott's experience to change the lives of others one day at a time, one life at a time, in a positive way. You've already changed mine with your experience in that I will never take for granted another moment with my husband because anything can happen to anyone, anytime. Our thoughts and prayers are with you now and always. Please reach out to us if you or your daughters need anything. Love you all!"