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Ross Scott Scott Ross Scott passed away peacefully on March 16th at Fairmount Home at the age of 71. Leaving behind, John (brother), Bradley (nephew) and Mandy (niece) and extended family. Needless to say, this has left a huge hole in our hearts. " With love, good bye Scotty" There will be a small service for Scott later this summer. (notification in paper) Also, we would like to thank the wonderful Staff at Fairmount Home for their compassion and wonderful care that Scott received. The Ross's and friends13332640
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Posted by Marc Aylesworth (FSS friend) On Monday, April 1, 2019
I met Scott on my first day at high school and we ended up in the same 'home form'...A9A. He was a real character and we all liked him. Great memories Scott! Save me a good seat. Marc
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Posted by Rick Wright (Old friend at FSS,classmate) On Saturday, March 30, 2019
Scott I remember the good old days at Frontenac,we had a lot laughs and detentions together!You will be missed
Dear Scott
Posted by Lynda D'Aoust/Mark Crane (Cousin) On Saturday, March 30, 2019
We will miss the fun and laughter we shared with you over the years. The best cousin, a loyal friend and a precious gift to us and our family. We will keep you in our hearts always. With love from Lynda and Mark.
Posted by Phil McCann (Collins Bay Boy) On Friday, March 29, 2019
Hello John,

I was shocked to read about Scott. The condolences from old friends brought back memories from many years- Thanks Jim, Dennis, David, and Janice - I remember you all. I called Scott several years ago and we had a great chat. My thoughts are with you all.


Posted by Larry and Judy Miller (Family friends) On Friday, March 29, 2019
John, Brad and Mandy - Larry and I are saddened to hear of Scott’s passing, our sincere condolences. Lots of memories of Scott where we all hung out in Collins Bay many years ago.. On our visits to Seeley’s Bay from our home in BC, we enjoyed meeting up with Scott at Pat and John’s home and reminiscing. You will be greatly missed.

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