Scott A. Collins
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Scott A. Collins, 55, passed away April 1, 2021 at Tawas Village after a short battle with cancer.
Scott loved life more than most, never met a person he didn't like, loved his family and friends.
He enjoyed watching sports, especially his Michigan teams – Detroit Tigers and Wolverines and also the Pittsburgh Steelers. Scott enjoyed helping out with Toys for Tots, fishing, collecting Diecast muscle cars and Invitca watches, Scotty had a great love of 70s and 80s Rock but the thing he loved most in life was riding his bike.
Scotty overcame many obstacles and didn't let anything stop him from living life to the fullest. He was a breath of fresh air in a crazy world and the best brother a girl could have.
Scott is preceded in death by his Dad, William A. Collins; his Mom, Cindy L. Kilpatrick; his Step Dad, Richard C. Kilpatrick; his Maternal grandparents, Stanley and Margaret Turner. Scott is survived by his Sister, Karen L. Parker (Charles); his best friend, Shelly (Michell) Bettega (Joe); and also his family of Ann Arbor, the Turners.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Toys for Tots or the Neurofibromatosis Foundation of Michigan, P.O. Box 6026, Grand Rapids, MI 49516.

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Published in Oscoda Press from Apr. 5 to Apr. 13, 2021.
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April 19, 2021
Met Scott when i was being baby sat as a kid he always made me laugh and had a huge smile that will be missed! Rest Easy Scott!

Kyle.
Kyle
Friend
April 15, 2021
So sorry for your loss Karen and all his friends. Scotty was such a nice guy. May you find peace and comfort knowing he is in a better place.
Judy Schomaker Muller
Judy Muller
Friend
April 7, 2021
I knew Scottin school he was always very nice to everybody. My love and prayers are withhis fanily.
Jeanette
Friend
April 7, 2021
It didn’t matter how many years had passed, Scott would be the first to cross a room or street with his hand out to say hello. Always a smile on his face. Rest comfortably Scott. Darrin
Darrin Wilson
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