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Stephen Andrew Scott

Tempe, AZ - Stephen Andrew Scott - dearly loved son, brother, friend, talented photographer, and lover of the outdoors - died on November 30, 2018. He was 55 years old and a resident of Tempe, AZ.

Born in Red Bank, NJ, Steve grew up in Little Silver, NJ. In 1981, after completing high school, he joined the United States Marine Corps and served as an Aircraft Radar Systems Technician, part of which time he was stationed in Japan. He was honorably discharged in 1985 with the rank of Corporal. Following discharge, he attended college in New Jersey and enjoyed working at Bell Laboratories in Middletown, NJ.

Steve left NJ and moved to the Phoenix, AZ area in 1996. While in AZ, Steve was a software engineer and enjoyed his work at Intel, Orbital Sciences, and Microchip.

Steve was a good and loving person who battled several illnesses, including Parkinson's disease. He loved his family, had a great sense of humor, and lived his life with so much concern for others. He is survived by his parents Joan and George Scott Jr.; his 4 sisters - Cathy Rohl, Julie Hoover, Anne Itri, and Marisa Scott; 3 brothers - Christopher Scott, Gregory Scott, and Matthew Scott; several aunts and uncles; and many cousins, nieces, and nephews.

There will be a memorial gathering on Friday January 18 from 4 to 7pm at Thompson Memorial Home, 310 Broad St, Red Bank, NJ and a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, January 19 at 10am at the Church of Saint Dorothea, 240 Broad St., Eatontown, NJ. Burial will follow at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Middletown, NJ. In remembrance of Stephen Scott, those who wish may make contributions to , the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), or Smile Train, the Cleft Lip and Palate Children's Charity.
Published in Asbury Park Press on Jan. 13, 2019
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