Sean, though I only met you one time, you are unforgettable. Having worked with your widow, I came to know of your passion for fishing, and the great out of doors in Alaska. When you told me of the pain in your life related to your dad, I remember thinking how life changing that can be. Not believing in God, I will not pray for you, but realize that your pain is at least gone now. Time will help the lives of your survivors, and hopefully break the cycle. Best wishes to the family, friends, and loved ones of a good man.
The flowers in the picture were grown by the love of MY life. Shared with you.
over the years we had so many good times!
You are still one of my best friends.
We fished like it was going out of style!
So many great memories!
You will be missed.
Thoughts and prayers go to his family and children and his friends.
I have many memories from high school that involve the phrase "Sean did what?!?". From 720 degree jumps successfully landed to the injuries incurred when it didn't quite work, high speed runs down Tudor in the middle of the night, and other mischief! I remember spontaneous songs and infectious smiles. I never quite remembered how it came to be that a Service guy infiltrated our little Bartlett group, but we were all lucky to be your friend.
I'm glad we got a chance to reconnect a little through the miracle of modern technology, so I was able to call you friend again. You were a bright star for all who knew you, and surely the world is just a tiny bit dimmer without you in it. Rest in Peace, friend. You will be missed, and never forgotten.
I am the "annoying little sister" of one of Sean's friends from Anchorage. Even being much younger than them Sean never made me feel left out when he was at our place for parties or hanging out with others.
I remember hearing the story of the "ride he doesn't remember" through the Cabbage Patch at Alyeska that led to an injury following a 780 turn. To me this made him a super hero!
He was born for the outdoors and loved being on the water in its many forms.
Sean will be missed by many and the Lunch Bunch will leave a seat for him at the table.
Dear Scully Family,
I am so very sorry for your deep, profound loss of Sean!! We have fond memories of your joyful family throughout our Valley Vue days! It made my day to see Sean while growing up; he always had a nice smile on his face! Our prayers are with all of you for and health, comfort, peace & LOVE!
Dear Raye and family...we were so very sad to hear of your loss of Sean. We pray for God's understanding and comfort to envelope you. We have wonderful "Ridge Tree Circle" memories of you all!
What a comfort to know you will "not sorrow just as the rest also do who no hope"(1Thessalonian 4:13 The joy Scully brought to all that were in his presence can't be denied. Keep remembering the good times you shared.
December 21, 2012
Sean…..it's been a while since we were in touch. I've heard about your life through the family though, so that helped keep me a little in touch with you. I stopped down at the car lot many times when I was in town to say hello, but kept missing you.
There are so many things I remember us doing; remember how we used to ride with your lead foot friend in the suburban to get to the Kenai in a little more than an hour?! That was insane, but when you hooked that 70 pound King on the bank and it jumped up in your face, it put things in perspective…that was the King fishing you were explaining to me. Then came the rainbows!
I remember the same full on attitude when we went skiing…god you were crazy, but good! Remember our Pike fishing trip to Mineral Lakes several times and hunting moose in the Salcha? How about ice fishing all those times at Red Shirt? Remember that blizzard?
Remember those moose hunting trips through Tangle Lakes and across the Denali to Cantwell? Remember that 60+incher walking next to your window as we sat in the truck just after dark closing day on the Nenana just out of Cantwell? How about that storm in the trailer out by Gracia's, and the stalk on that moose in the morning for several hours before another hunter shot it?
Remember when we pulled the machines up to Trapper Creek and broke down at 30 below and had to fix the damn truck? How about when we finally got there, ran way out past Mike's gold claim, and had to tow my machine all the way back through the wind and iced trail in the dark. Then we got pulled over because the snow go trailer license plate came up missing. What a day!
Remember when we all went out on snow shoes to get that x-mas tree? How about the Metallica and the other concerts, Warren Miller movies, and Thursday night boxing?
One brother to another, I love you man.
You introduced me to life in Alaska. I won't forget those times, or the person with the personality that everyone remembers. You're the best Sean.
Take care Scully,
Scully, my life was changed when you came into my life and introduced me to the "BEAD".
To all of the Scullys,
My heart is breaking for you. My condolences to you all for your terrible loss.
Sean has left me with memory's for a life time. I will never be able to look and "Fly Rod" or the "Bead" again without the precious memory of the Scully, #1 Halibut Wrastler coming to mind. Thank you my friend for those!!
Scully, you were one of the most caring and entertaining people I have ever met. At first, I didn't believe your fishing stories. Then you broke out your binder of pictures that proved me wrong. Great fisherman indeed. Whether it was playing cards till all hours of the night or at work, you were always smiling and a pleasure to be around. Thanks for being my friend, you are dearly missed. My condolences go out to your family. May you rest in peace.
Even though out boats drifted onto different streams over the last few years, I will always remember the great times we had fishing on on the Kenai, and playing music in Kurt's Garage. I can see you there now slaying the 30 inchers you enjoyed so much, having a beer and playing your guitar.
My condolences to your family and friends, you will be missed.
Thoughts and prayers go to his family and children and his friends. May we all take a moment and remember and through laughter and tears remember it helps us heal.
Please give TJ and Lily a big hug from Mrs.Marsha and I am sorry for you loss.
Sean and I are a part of a wonderful family in Anchorage that is dominated by girls. We both love this family and I always felt we were more than brother in-laws. We always hungout together when ever I visited Anchorage. He was my life preserver in a sea of women. Dont get me wrong but sometimes boys must be boys. I will always remember those trips to get coffee, our time ice fishing, and just hangout in the garage. No matter what we did it always involved heavy metal or rap. We had a simple friendship founded by those around us that brought us together. Although I am saddened and feel the void of his presence I only hope he finds his peace.
Sean, my dear brother in law, you are more like a brother. Always smiling and concerned for others, always willing to listen to others and their issues, I know your in heaven watching over all of us. You will be forever in my heart and always remembered. I will truly miss you and your teasing me about the panthers. I love u and will miss you every day! Fish on!!
Jamie '87 classmate
Son, God gave me the most precious gift of your love for over 20 years, I will miss your phone calls, jokes and smiles. Our love will last forever in my heart. I love you son, mom Maggie
Sean may you rest in peace my friend. I'll always think of us of brother in law
I'm Sean's Auntie Helen. He grew up with me, many memories of his life with us and his Mom ans Dad. One sticks out, He said when he was 5 or 6, I'm half black. I would say Which half? No answer to that, and I'm sure I confused him, but couldn't help it. Any, we knew him well and loved him and his family. He invented the word precocious!! His Mom knows what I'm talking about. LOVE from Auntie Helen and Uncle Geno
I wanted to light this candle for you. The memories we hold in our hearts will be with us forever. I would like to express my Love & Sympathy to your Family & Loved Ones.
Love lives on forever in the heart. Sue Hill
Raye, It has been many years since we've seen each other, but across the miles I want you to know that you are still loved and at this time you have my prayers. I am asking God to comfort you and your family.
Sean you were a friend and co-worker!!You had a smile on your face all the time and we talked about concerts all the time!!You will truely be missed by all your friends and co-workers and our prayers go out to the family and all your friends
Sean, you stood by me during a very rough transition to Santa Fe while Eric was in the hospital and kept me from falling apart. Because of you, I mustered up the courage, for myself and for him. You are truly an incredible and dear friend to both of us. Eric misses you so much! You continue to be so very close to us in our hearts, and as always, so deeply loved.
We will miss you and your great stories. You were one of a kind, with a big heart and a bigger smile. Rest in peace.
I will miss the stories and the opportunity to see that beautiful smile. My prayers are with your family and children. God bless them and give them the strength to know that you will always love and guide them from Heaven.
Sympathy and Prayers to all of the Scully family and friends. I pray that God gives you peace.
Sympathy and Prayers to all of the Scully family and friends. I pray that God gives you peace.
Thinking back to day at Service High School today, and all of the fond memories of Scully - he is missed!
Sean and our son Ryan were great fishing buddies at one time, and now will be fishing together again. Sean was not only a good friend to our son, but also to our family. We will dearly miss his presence.
Sean was my best friend back when we were in our late teens/ early 20's. I moved away and we grew apart. I'm grieving for his pain and the pain he left his family, and I hope he's now at peace.
Sean will be truely missed by my family. He was a great friend, and even greater fisherman.
When my kids moved to Anchorage, he would contact them and let the know that if they ever need anything, they could call "Uncle Scully"
The picture above is how we will always remember Sean, "Fish On"
Our sincerest condolences go out to his family near and far. God bless you all in this Saddest of times.
You were there for me when my brother, your best friend died. I hope Ryan was there to greet you Sean. Rest peacefully.
Sean, you were such a ray of light it is hard to believe you are gone. God speed, my friend. My condolances for his friends and family; my heart goes out to you.
Scully, I am so thankful you were a part of our lives. You taught me how to play Texas Hold 'Em & never once made fun of me when I mixed hands up. I loved every time we got to hang out & talk. Your kindness and love to our family will always be remembered. You were truly were like family in our hearts. RIP darling.
I am one of Sean's father Jim's brothers. I took “Jimmy” ocean fishing with me in California, and he surpassed me as a fisherman. Jim took Sean fishing and it seems that Sean surpassed his father in his fishing skills. I attended his father's funeral but unfortunately can't make it up there for Sean's. It is heartwarming to read all the tributes to Sean from his family and friends. My wife Virginia and our sons Kevin and Michael extend our deepest sympathy to Jinelle, and Rhonda , Lillian and T J, and his mother Raye and his sister Amy and brothers Jason & Jamie.
Uncle Mike, Cypress, California
Sean, you were always my Brother-in-law, no matter what. Misty and I will miss you deeply. We love you brother, you are an angel now looking down on us. You will never be forgotten, you will be forever in our hearts! Love you Sean always.
Sean, your smile will never be forgotten. May God keep you on your next incredible journey. You will forever be apart of our family.
Sean would come visit us in the doc office at UPS and always brightened our day with his smile and wit. My deepest sympathy to his family. Jani
I only had the pleasure of meeting Scully one time and that was at the garden party wedding reception for Jinelle and Scully and her mother's home in Midland, MI. I remember his gorgeous smile being the most beautiful bloom in Toni's garden. My heartfelt sympathy to you, Jinelle and Scully's entire family.
I only had the pleasure of meeting Scully once at the garden party reception for Jinelle and Scully at her mother's home in Midland, MI. His smile was the most beautiful bloom in Toni's garden. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to you, Jinelle and Scully's children and family.
Thank you Scully for touching my life both in high school and through your beautiful wife. I contribute my fishing habit to you and Capt. Jinelle, and what a blessing that has brought to my life. When in Homer, on the Willow catching my spring trout, or landing my Sockeye limit on the Russian, I will think of you and give thanks. You will be missed.
Uncle Sean we miss you. You will be in our hearts forever.
I will always miss you. Rest in peace my friend.
I am so sorry to hear of Sean's passing. I worked with him many years ago and he was always so upeat and friendly. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this most difficult time.
Thinking of him and his family. Love you.
You will be greatly missed!! The dealership with never be the same..to hear to laugh and tell you tales of your fishing times...now you lay in peace free from hurt, sorrow, pain... RIP Scully
I will always remember Scully's big smile and big fish stories, both always sincere. Sean is now the big one that got away and I wish this were not true.
Sean we will miss you. You will forever be in our hearts.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Scully was a great person to work with at UPS and often made me laugh. He always had a smile on his face and made me feel welcomed during my short time in Anchorage. You will be remembered.
My thoughts and prayers go out to Seans family. Sean, you will be dearly missed!
My condolences to the Scully family and all his friends. Had the pleasure of both working and fishing with Sean. RIP my friend, tell we meet again.