Scott Albright Caldwell
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Scott Albright Caldwell

Scott Albright Caldwell came into our lives so beautiful March 14,

1973. Born in Edmonds, WA to Judith Mae MacDonald and Kay McLean Caldwell. Scott left us January 22, 2018 also in Edmonds, WA.

Youngest brother to Danis Kadow, Michelle Palmer and Daniel Palmer. Uncle to Megan Palmer, Alexander Palmer, Jesse Palmer and Christian Kadow.

Raised in Shoreline and Shoreline schools. Scott was interested in the law and attended Edmonds Community College, the para-legal program.

A devoted friend to many. Scott had a gift for conversation. He was knowledgeable and well read in all topics political, social, current events, and human interest. His wit, wisdom and facetiousness drew you in and held you. Scott had a passion for music, all genres, but rock and metal his first. Scott loved to be in the mountains at night. His car was his freedom. He and friends would get in his car and spend the night on remote logging roads and stargaze. His favorite area the Mountain Loop highway and Darrington. Guns were one of Scott's lifelong hobbies. He began shooting at a young age with his father.

Scott lived all of his life in a wheelchair, but his disability never defined him. As an adult he lived with his best friend and father Kay Caldwell.

Preceded in death by his sister Danis Kadow and his friend and "brother from another mother" Kenneth Kadow.

Beautiful, intelligent, crazy. Never a day will pass when our hearts will not flutter with the echoes of your laughter, your voice, your everything.

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Published in The Seattle Times on Jun. 17, 2018.
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January 19, 2019
My deepest sympathies to the family for your immeasurable loss. May God 'bind up the brokenhearted' and 'comfort those who mourn' during this terribly sad and difficult time. - Isaiah 61:1,2
December 28, 2018
It was April 2018 when I realized I hadn't spoke to you in a while. I called, but your phone was disconnected. I tried your dad's phone, it too no longer worked. To discover that you'd both left within days of one another continues to break my heart, but at least you're both still together. You were my best friend, Scott.

I miss you terribly. Our times together, hanging out and getting into trouble, were the best memories I have of the old days. I'd never trade them for anything.

Rest in peace.
R. Larsson
June 20, 2018
Scott my brother, my friend, my inspiration. You lived a hard life with grace and pride. You made me want to be a better , stronger person. I miss you and love you with every word and feeling that exist. Leave your wheels behind. Run, swim and climb. Be free, my friend, my love. Forever, your sister Michelle.
Michelle Palmer
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