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Scott H. Slager

Waterbury, Vermont

Sep 3, 1958 – Oct 26, 2018 (Age 60)


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Perkins-Parker Funeral Home - Waterbury Obituary

Scott Henry Slager, 60, passed away peacefully on Friday, October 26, 2018 at home with his wife and sister by his side.  Scott was born in Rochester, NY on September 3, 1958 to Sally Ray (Scamp) and Robert Allen Slager.  Scott married Amy Herrick MacDonald on August 21, 1993 in Manchester,...

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So sorry for your loss Amy you are in our hearts and prayers.

Tom Gosper
Lisa and family, I am sad to hear of Scott passing. Many memories from Bristol Mountain. RIP

So sad to hear of Scott's passing. It has been years since I have seen Scott but remembered him as a quiet, kind person. Thinking of the family and praying that happy memories will ease your pain! Rest In Peace Scott.

Dear Lisa and family,
After reading your passage below, no doubt you and your brother are a lot alike. I didn't know Scott but I know you, Lisa, and know how much you love and adore your big brother. I am grateful for the sweet relationship you two had here on earth and am so sorry for your loss. I'm trusting the best is yet to come.... with love and sympathy to all xo

Rest in Peace.

Scott was a true, gentle and kind soul. He loved his wife Amy with all his heart, and his friends and family meant the world to him. He was a model big brother and son. We were truly blessed to have him in our lives, and his love for us and for living life to the fullest will remain in all our hearts.

Scott and I shared the passion for chairlift maintenance and the lifestyle that came with working at a ski area. His mechanical and welding skills were unique and were greatly missed by many when he moved to Vermont. I enjoyed his company on his visits home and will miss him dearly, but will always hold fond memories he and I shared. Rest in peace my friend.

I will always remember Scott as a great friend, devoted to his wife, Amy, and his sister Lisa and her wonderful kids. He was a dedicated co-worker, a skilled crafts person and all -around positive person who was a pleasure to be with. We all share fond memories on the hill, at the track, and just hanging around. My condolences to Amy, Lisa and the rest of Scott's family and friends. Taken too soon, rest in peace, friend.

My sincere condolences to his family. Scott was a great guy and a good friend. I will always remember the times we had on the mountain together, from the welding projects we would work, to being his golf partner in the Sugarbush league, and so many more great memories. He will be greatly missed.