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Also known as Scott Hardkiss, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, March 25, 2013 of a cerebral aneurysm. He was 43. Scott was a musical pioneer, a San Francisco DJ who played a key role in the development of America's rave scene in the 1990's. Scott was raised in Potomac, MD, and was a graduate of The Bullis School and the University of Pennsylvania. Scott was a brilliant artist, producer, DJ, husband, father, son and brother. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife, Stephanie Diaz-Matos, beloved daughter Ilana, brother Glenn, and parents Ellen Wilner and Elliott Friedel. Scott's funeral was held in New York.

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Published in The Washington Post on Apr. 2, 2013.
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April 7, 2013
From Dina & Myself & all our family we are with you & Eliott at this time, a time that no one has words for that you both & all your famalies have only good things happen & that Scott is being watched by Uncle Milty & Aunt Rose, Bessy, Anna, Molly, Etty Hilly Evelyn and Grandpa & Grand ma Rebecca
love Elliot & Dina
April 5, 2013
It has been many years since I have seen either of you and I was shocked and saddened to learn about Scott. I am simply at a loss for words and can only say that you have my heartfelt condolences.
Anton Weiss
April 2, 2013
Dear Ellen,

I learned of this in the Post this morning, to my great shock and dismay. Our hearts are broken and I cannot imagine the grief and agony that now visits you. I know I can say or do little to ease those but we want you to know that we are here for you and will do whatever you of wish of us. You have been devoted to your sons and grandchildren and the loss is thus so much more devastating. I just called Jim and we will visit you later.

With all our love and deepest sympathies, Barry & Anne
Barry & Anne Schenof Schenof
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