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August 21, 2018

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February 26, 2018
I have been searching on vain, since I heard the news of Scott's untimely passing, to put into words how grateful I am that the adversity of ALS caused his path and mine to incongrously cross in our lifetimes. He touched and inspired me in countless ways through his quiet but indomitable life force, his sparkling keen intelligence humbly cloaked in modest affability, his gentle sense of humor, and his breathtaking courage battling an implacably cruel disease to well beyond a draw, but rather to a hands-down sustained victory by Scott. (I would be most remiss if I did not express my respect and wonder for Scott's family who helped him triumph so long beyond the most optimistic expectations). Scott put himself on the line contributing his time, energy and concern for others to add to the fund of ALS knowledge so others may benefit. To quote the Beatles, "And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make". Shall we say, St. Peter may need to widen his gate when Scott and his endless trainload of love arrive to pass through! Scott will forever walk by my side at every future Lehigh Valley ALS Walk. His quiet kindness and steadfast support to other persons with ALS (PALS) and their families only adds to his greatness. I will always remember the look of pure joy on the face of his true comrade in arms, Richard, when he spotted Scott walking through the front door of Center Valley Barnes & Noble for Richard's book signing. Scott understood the importance of specifically his being there to bear witness (no one else would have done), so despite unimaginable physical difficulty, Scott would have been absolutely nowhere else. I treasure Scott's Facebook posts to me, most recently the best Christmas greeting I received last year, Scott forever linked in and forward looking through and through. Wished I'd have known Scott before ALS, but what I witnessed in him was the noblest and absolute best one could ever encounter in another human being. My life has been indelibly influenced for the better, and has been blessed, just for having known Scott.
February 23, 2018
I am so sorry to read about Scott's early death. I only knew him in my classroom and remember how much I enjoyed him and his siblings in my science classes.
February 19, 2018
I am so sad to hear of Scott's passing. I graduated with him and hung out a few times. My deepest condolences to his family....❤ He is at peace now and looking down on us all R.I.P.
February 18, 2018
I did not know Scott although we graduated from Williamson. He in 8W2 and myself 8W7. From my family and from the Williamson family we sincerely extend our sympathy to your family. God Bless and Rest in Peace Scott. Sincerely Ann and Butch Ney