Scott Mountain
1982 - 2020
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Scott Charles Mountain left this life on Oct. 14, 2020. He was born in Fairbanks on Oct. 20, 1982.
Scott was a very kind young man who was loved by everyone he knew. He was a Doyon Limited Shareholder as well as a Ganaayoo Limited Shareholder. He served briefly in the U.S. Navy.
Although Scott lived his entire life in Fairbanks, he was always proud to tell people his hometown was Nulato.
Scott was preceded in death by his mother, KrisAnn Mountain, his father, Victor Alexie, Jr., his grandparents, Simeon and Josephine Mountain and Victor Alexie, Sr. and his "dad," Pat Edwin.
He is survived by his sisters, Kayla Rose Mountain-Barnes, Jacynthia Oprenov and Georgia Ann Attla as well as their children; his daughter, Angela Grace of Mexico; his "brothers" Patrick Riley, Kyle Beetus, Brandon Beetus and Douglas Pitka; his grandmothers, Marcia Alexie and Winifred P. Demoski; as well as several aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
There will be a short service at Fairbanks Funeral Home at noon on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020. All COVID-19 mandates will be followed. You must wear a mask to attend.

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Published in Daily News-Miner on Oct. 17, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
OCT
17
Service
12:00 PM
Fairbanks Funeral Home
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October 17, 2020
Rest In Peace dear cousin. I am happy that you are finally at peace and with your mom again.
Allison Duggins
Family
October 17, 2020
Rest easy Scott, you will be missed by all. Now you are with family.
Evelyn Ekada
October 17, 2020
May God keep you and bless you Scott, we pray that you have found peace and that you are with Kris Ann is a place of rest. Go easy bro
R Barnes
Family
October 17, 2020
I’ll miss seeing you at the pool hall. Rest easy
Marc
Friend
October 17, 2020
God Bless my bro, Rest Easy.
Cassius Kriska
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