Within minutes of meeting Scott, you immediately got to experience his larger than life personality. He lived his life to the fullest and even during some of his worst days he could make you laugh and enjoy being in his presence. He was loved by everyone who met him, especially his family, friends, co-workers and patients. Scott lost his heroic battle with colon cancer on October 25th, surrounded by his wife, Vicki, and kids Jordyn and Ethan.
Scott approached everything he did in life with a relentless passion. Whether it was taking care of his patients as a Physician's Assistant, watching his beloved Angels, and of course the time he spent with his family and friends. He lived more in his unexpectedly shortened life, than most people could ever dream of.
If you were friends with Scott, you were treated like family. He displayed his giving spirit in everything he did. Whether it was spending time racing cars, going scuba diving, or just needed to know someone genuinely cared about you, Scott made everyone around him feel loved and special. His family is asking to help rid the world of cancer and provide support for others who are having to deal with this.