Scott G. Gast
FUNERAL HOME
Ransom Funeral Home
610 S. Washington
Castalia, OH
Scott G. Gast

FAIRVIEW PARK: Scott G. Gast, age 30, of Fairview Park, and formerly of Castalia, passed away November 2, 2014, after an automobile accident in Avon.

He was born April 13, 1984 in Sandusky, graduated from Margaretta High School in 2002, and earned two degrees from Bowling Green State University. He was a member of Grace Lutheran Church, and worked as a senior banker and product specialist at Charter One Bank in Cleveland. This past Friday, he passed the test required to obtain a brokerage license. His daytime career as a banker paid the bills, but nighttime gigs as a musician made his young life worth living. For more than a decade, he gained fame in the Sandusky area as front man for the CoCoBeanOs, one of the region's most beloved local bands. Scott loved to perform and was a great, great entertainer. He always gave 100 percent and prided himself with every performance, while also looking forward to the next one. He'd recently returned from Honduras, where he played in front of more than 100,000 people as front man for the Rolling Stones tribute band, Start Me Up. The band performed across the world and was featured on national Latin American television. Scott and his younger brother, Bryan Gast-also a CocoBeanOs bandmate-performed in local churches as part of a Christian band called Shoe Box during high school and college. Scott was a perfectionist, always with a big smile, and ready to help out anyone.

He is survived by his parents: George and Melanae (Kuns) Gast; brother, Bryan Gast; maternal grandmother, Linda Kuns; paternal grandparents: Norbert and Donna (Lenyo) Gast; uncles: Gary Gast, Brian Kuns and Len Kuns and their families; and many cousins.

Scott was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather Norman "Sam" Kuns.

Friends may call from 5-8 PM Thursday, November 6, 2014, at Ransom Funeral and Cremation Service, 610 S. Washington St, Castalia, and from 10:00 AM until time of services at 11:00 AM Friday November 7, 2014, at Grace Lutheran Church, 203 S. Washington St., Castalia. Rev. Kathleen Suggitt and Rev. Ken Lill will officiate. Burial will be in Castalia Cemetery.

Memorials may be made to Back to the Wild, 4504 Bardshar Rd., Castalia; Humane Society of Erie County 1911 Superior St., Sandusky;, Grace Lutheran Church, 203 S. Washington St., Castalia; or Holy Angels Catholic Church, 428 Tiffin Ave., Sandusky.

Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.ransomfuneralhome.com



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November 10, 2014

Expressing Sympathy for the family and friends.Death is one of life's most hurtful moments.God has promised to do away with this sting,. Hosea 13:14 says "From the power of the Grave,I willrecover them".Let these words offer you comfort.
Florida
November 10, 2014
Brian, We offer our sincere condolences to you and your family. The bond between brothers is so strong. May God give you strength to face the days ahead. We hope you can find comfort in the words found at John 6:40. The Pugh family
November 9, 2014
You are missed and loved by all that knew you. We saw your videos on You Tube, WoW!!!! We read the kind words that people said, I'm not surprised by this knowing your family. God Bless, one day all of us we'll be together; and you can sing for all of us. Love from all of the Wells family.
John, Susan Wells Family
November 6, 2014
I never met Mr. Gast but was lucky enough to catch his performance at Sawmill Creek on Saturday the 1st. I had been out celebrating a birthday with friends and as soon as we stepped through the doors and heard the first few notes of Summer of 69 we knew we had found our place for the night. He had a voice you could get lost in and it took you back to a better place and time. I wish I would have found this band sooner. I would have been a forever fan. My sincerest sympathy to the parents, family, and friends of Mr. Gast.
Ruthie
November 5, 2014
Scott you will be greatly missed but always in our hearts.. Brain try to stay strong. So sorry for your Loss will miss his smile
Gloria Canode
November 5, 2014
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