Eugene Scavetta

Las Vegas, Nevada

1938 - 2019


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On Wednesday, August 21, 2019, Eugene Julius Scavetta died peacefully at Sunrise Hospital. Born February 24, 1938, and raised in the Bronx, New York, Eugene attended St. Cecelia Catholic School. He joined the Air Force in 1955 at the age of 17. He met and married Carol Haberkern in 1959 while...

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Gene, you were always a special person and a good friend.
Always a perfect gentleman. You will be missed.
Steve Kendall

Rest In Peace my good friend
You will forever remembered
Blessings to the family during this time

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Amazingly, my fellow school district friends and I were just talking about Gene. My dad, Larry Giunchigliani, worked with Gene at CCSD in the same department. Dad loved working with a fellow Italian who shared a strong work ethic yet had fun. He always spoke of his kindness, dedication and caring for job. Gene wanted kids to have the best learning environment. I'm praying for Carole to recover and send my deepest sympathy to the family for their loss.
Chris Giunchigliani

Gene was a fine gentlemen.
We were both Air Force veterans and worked together at
the Clark County School District.
I hope his funeral service is noticed in the obituaries so I can pay my respects in person.

Matt Wallace

We are so sad to learn of Gene's passing. He was a dynamic leader of new construction and renovation of Clark County school buildings at a time of record student growth in the 1980's. He was always professional in his work and admired by all who worked with him. Gene served not only his country, but also the entire community through his accomplishments. May Carol and his family find comfort in the caring thoughts of his colleagues and the good memories of his friends.

So stunned to learn of Gene's passing.
My prayers are with you during this time
of grief.

Gene was one of the most respected men I have known. He served his country and his church with outstanding dedication. I will truly miss him. Rest in peace.