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Scott King

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Scott King Feb. 19, 1968 - Aug. 1, 2006 Resident of Concord Scott died suddenly in his home Tuesday. Born to Charles and Lee King. He lived his entire life in Concord. Survived by his beloved wife and soul mate, Shannon, his adored daughters, Samantha and Sydney, his adored son Jacob, his sisters Marilee King, Elizabeth Malone, brothers Chuck, Larry, Andrew. Nieces and nephews: Sarah, Sophia, Hannah, Chuck King , Jr., Daryl, Sean, Shane, Brylanna, Ashlyn, Matt, Jeff, Monty, Zack, Ryan, and Aydean. His adored niece Stephanie Grace Malone preceded him in death. Scott graduated from Ygnacio Valley High School and Diablo Valley College. After working for his Dad's company many years, he branched off becoming a journeyman in the electrical union Local 302. While working electronics and telecommunications he became senior technician, installing the security system at the Atlanta Olympic Games. Later Scott started his own company, Northern Electronic Technologies, and worked commercially as well as in many custom homes throughout the greater bay area. Scott is loved and known to all as a wonderful loving, kind, generous, loyal husband, father, son, brother, uncle, friend, and neighbor.Scott had a magical sense of humor and fun that he shared with all. And was actively involved in his children's activities, coaching his son's baseball and his daughter's soccer teams. He was especially proud of their excellence on the Ygnacio Woods Swim Team and enjoyed the children and families there. Visitation 6:00 -8:00 PM Sunday Aug. 6th at Bryant & Moore Chapel, 1385 Galindo St. Concord. All friends and family are invited to attend a celebration of Scott's life at Bethel Babtist Church, 3578 Clayton Rd. Concord. at 11:00 AM, Mon. Aug. 7th. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are being accepted for his children at Wells Fargo Bank Acct. #1864417785.
Published in Contra Costa Times from Aug. 4 to Aug. 5, 2006
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