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Scotty Wayne Chew Obituary
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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of Scotty's Mom--Linda Chew.
December 26, 2016
My sweet son,
This is the first time I've been late writing you for Christmas, but I was in the hospital and just got out. I know you understand. I was in the hospital so much during your life.

How I miss you, my precious boy. Your hugs, your crooked grin, your funny Scotty self. I know you would have loved playing tricks on Carl, but I know you watch over us and know we are happy.

I sure wish you, Grandmama and Granddaddy, Joan and Gary could have been with us for Christmas. We are going to have it late, but at least it is ready for us.

Always remember how much I love you, honey, and would do anything to hold you again and kiss your handsome face. How I miss you all. It seems most of my world is gone now and oh, how I long to join you but I hope somehow Carl and I can come near each other like Joan and Gary did.

Give everyone our love and lots of hugs and kisses.

MERRY Christmas Scotty Wayne Chew

I love you always and forever,
Mom

Christmas 2016
February 16, 2016
February 16, 2016

Scotty...I certainly wish that I had known you. Your Mom has told me so many things about you that it is like I had known you. You are a step-son that I am proud of for all you were.

She told me that you would have played all kinds of 'mind games' with me...as I am an (ex) Yankee and all. She is good at that with me too. Guess I know where you got 'it'.

Your Mom and I are very happy in our life together...but I guess you realize that anyway as we sometimes feel as though you are near. It was certainly a blessing being brought together by the Father. You had one very special Mom and I have one very special wife that I love and treasure with all my heart.

Your life touched so many people and you will always be remembered...and never forgotten.

Please watch over all of our loved ones who are now with you. One day we will meet... and what a glorious day that will be. However I will be 'on guard' for any of your 'games'.

Rest in peace my very special...and loved step-son.
February 16, 2016
Well, here it is again...another anniversary of your death. Exactly 14 years ago to the minute I got the call that broke my heart. My baby boy was gone...left this earth. My world would never be the same. What did I do...I called Joan and together we went to your house where the street was flooded with flashing lights and people. Now, 14 years later, she and Gary are with you. This world is truly something I cannot figure out, but the pain and loss just keep getting greater. Granddad came to be with you, then Grandmama, now Joan and Gary. No one at home is left but sweet Darlene who got me through that weekend.

Carl and I have each other, and somehow I believe you asked God to send me Carl. I could never make it without him.

It is nice to have this place to come each year to honor you. I wish you had known just exactly how extremely proud of you I was and am and how much I love you. Hold on to all those I love so much, and hopefully we will see you all soon. The pain of losing you all so unexpectedly has been more than I can bear. My heart is truly broken beyond repair.

I love you, son, and pray God will allow us to be together again. Until then, remember how much your Mama loves you....always and forever....Mama
February 14, 2016
I didn't 'meet' Scotty until after he'd received his Heavenly crown, But I came to 'know' him as well as one can...personally.

I came to know Linda through the Christian website of the Gaithers. Gathernet became the place to be for new Christian friends. As fate, or, more than likely a Godcoinsidence brought us together in that special way that friends look back and know God had His big hand in this friendship. Only God knew that years later I would lose a much loved child also.

Linda poured her heart out on the GN boards. One would have to be made of cardboard not to have felt the pain this special lady was feeling.

Fast forward to me and Linda being real friends!! I asked if I could make a slideshow of Scotty for the GN website. This was to 'share him' with all the other members who also loved Linda and knew about her son.

She sent me the most awesome pictures of this very handsome young man. It broke my heart to see what she missed so desperately!!

I worked on the slideshow late in to a lot of evenings. One night I hit a wall and could not go anymore. I was just sitting at the computer very frustrated. I don't know how to explain what happened other than just saying it as I remember it. I felt the 'presence' of someone looking very closely over my right shoulder. Then I 'heard' the words, 'just keep on, you're doing great'.

That's the night I 'met' Scotty. A night that still means the world to me!! I know in my heart when our Niki left this world, Scotty met her on his white horse.
He knew a Mother's heart, that she would not want her child to be afraid. Scotty kept our Niki from that fear.

He will always be this mother's hero.