Warren-Scamman-Obituary

Rev. Warren Scamman

Dalton, Massachusetts

1926 - 2018

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Rev. Warren Scamman, passed away, on May 19, 2018, at Berkshire Medical Center. He was called home by his heavenly Father whom he faithfully served. He lived his life joyfully, and shared his faith with many people. Born in Phillips, Maine on May 23, 1926, he was the son of the late Henry W....

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Thank you for always being so kind and patient. Truly a wonderful man and will be missed by many.

John 3:16

Myself and Rev.Scamman have been in the same building for years. He was always so kind, so thoughtful and tended to those in need of his help. He worked with inmates incarcerated. People looking for a reason to live, a way to be a better person. He always responded to them. I know how he helped them to feel better and be better. His bible studies, his one on one..to help them with their personal battles. He was so dedicated and influenced so many lives. Truly amazing and selfless. Just an...

Warren, you were a Gentle Giant with a heart of gold. You led our Church for a long time. You always knew just what to say, especially when I was having a hard time. You will be missed!! You have done God's work all your life, now it's time for God to reward you with Paradise!! Rest in Peace my friend.

It was last July when Warren told me that, "I expect to retire from prison chaplain, but will continue as pastor as long as I am able, I am 91." A faithful, caring servant of the Lord is my memory of Pastor Warren. A saint who now "from his labors rests." - Roger, National Pastor with International Ministerial Fellowship

Our deepest sympathy and prayers are with you all now. We will miss Warren very much.
Warren, give Mom and Dad and especially Aunt Bennie a big hug and kiss from us. Until we meet again, love, John and Elaine Daniels

Alaska (Steve, Deena, Lindsey, Taylor)

Dad, you will be missed dearly by all those that knew you. I will always remember our fishing trips, especially our adventures to Ledge Pond in Maine. Your son, Steve