Kent Scott

Regina, Saskatchewan


Regina, Saskatchewan


Kent Scott passed away in Regina, Saskatchewan. The obituary was featured in Leader-Post on December 2, 2008.

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I just thought of my friend Kent from a very many years ago, and the good times we had at Charleston Lake, and googled his name. Though it's been decades since we were in touch, I'm (belatedly) very sorry to hear of his passing, and wish all the best to surviving family and friends. I think it must be 40 years since I saw him last, but won't forget.

I was so sad to hear about Kent, we worked together at the Leg Building in the 80's and then again he gave me a job when I desperately needed one at Advance Moving. Kent was so kind to me many times through the following years-I'm sad now I wasn't better at keeping in touch.
My sympathies to your family

Karen we are very sorry to hear of Kent's passing. Our thoughts are with you at this time.

Having only had the oppurtunity to get to know Kent in the last couple of years through Orange Cafe, we were very saddened to here of his sudden passing. Kent always took the opportunity to chat and get to know us when we would pop in to say hi. He will be missed by all. Our deepest sympathies.

I was very saddened to hear of Kent's passing. I worked with Kent many years ago in the Leg Building, and then had the pleasure of seeing him over the years at the Kitchen Shop and then at his coffee shop. He always had a smile, took the time to talk and was such a nice, pleasant man. I will miss seeing him.
Dawn Popescul

I was saddened to hear of Kent's passing. I always enjoyed visiting with you and Kent. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

I was deeply saddened to hear of Kent's passing. Please accept my deepest sympathies. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

may the support and love of family and friends, as well as the memories you and Kent made together, help you through this difficult time. My condolences.

Karen we are saddened to hear of Kent's passing. Not a week has gone by this year without one of us asking the other if we had seen Kent on the street or at the Cafe. The last chat we had in the neighbourhood ended with a laugh as he jumped into his car. We will miss his smile and kind heart and our thoughts are with you.