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Scott William Scudamore

Born: Thu., Mar. 16, 1950
Died: Sat., Dec. 28, 2013


Visitation

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Fri., Jan. 03, 2014
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Sat., Jan. 04, 2014
Location: Palmyra Location


Funeral Service

3:00 PM Sat., Jan. 04, 2014
Location: Grace and Glory Lutheran Church


Graveside Service

11:00 AM Mon., Jan. 06, 2014
Location: Quatico National Cemtery


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Scott William Scudamore

     Scott William Scudamore, 63, of Lake Monticello, VA, died on Saturday, December 28, 2013 at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, NJ.

     He was born on March 16, 1950 in Rochester, NY, a son of the late George William Scudamore, Jr. and Lois N. (Haseley) Scudamore Lorenze. 

     Scott served in the United States Air Force from 1968-1988.  After retiring from the military, he worked for Hewlett-Packard and retired after 20 years service.   He was a member of Grace and Glory Lutheran Church; the Lake Monticello Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department; IMBA; Xterra; M.O.R.E. and numerous regional and local biking organizations.

     Survivors include his wife of 41 years, Margaret Mary (Menousek) Scudamore; two daughters, Jennifer Rodriguez and her husband, Carl, of Montclair, VA and Krista Scudamore, currently serving in the United States Navy in San Diego, CA; a brother, Marc Scudamore and wife, Brigitte, of  Albuquerque, NM; two sisters, Robin Vertino and husband, Mickey, of Grand Island, NY and Laurie Bartlett and Dave LaBruna of North Tonawanda, NY; two grandchildren, Kyle and Marie Rodriguez; two nieces, Amanda Bartlett and Matt Gillingham, and Stephanie Yager and husband Nick; and two nephews, Michael Vertino and wife, Melissa, and Ryan Vertino; four great-nephews; and three grand-dogs.    

     A funeral service will be conducted at 3 p.m. on Saturday, January 4, 2014 at Grace and Glory Lutheran Church by the Reverend Ken Albright.  A graveside service will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Monday, January 6, 2014 at Quantico National Cemetery in Triangle, VA.

     The family will receive friends from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Friday, January 3, 2014 and again from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. on Saturday, January 4, 2014 at Thacker Brothers Lake Monticello Funeral Home, 138 Heritage Dr., Palmyra, VA.

     In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to Trails for Youth (www.trailsforyouth.org) or the Lake Monticello Rescue Squad. 

     Family and friends may share memories and photos at www.thackerbrothers.com and at www.scudfries.org.

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Julie Guy
   Posted Thu January 02, 2014
Margaret and family- You all are in my thoughts and prayers as you walk through this next season of your lives. I know the road you traveled with Scott as your husband, your father, your brother and your grandfather was always one of adventure and full of spirit. I hold you in my prayers that the Lord will bless the new roads that you travel and keep you safe. I know that Scott will be with you as you navigate this new season of living. May you find joy and happiness, peace and comfort in the memories of your lives shared with him.
With much love and respect to your family, thank you for letting me be a part of this. Love, Julie Guy

Kim Cowling
   Posted Thu January 02, 2014
My deepest sympathies to all of Scott's family. He fought a tough fight. All of your wonderful memories of his life with you will eventually get you through. One day you will find yourself thinking of him through smiles rather than tears.

Grant & Joanne Westerson
   Posted Thu January 02, 2014
Margaret and family, please know that all of you are in our prayers and thoughts and hope that you will let us know if we can help or be of any assistance at this time. The more I read about Scott, the more I can see that he lived his life on the run but with sincere focus on family and friends. It would be nice if we all could take some pages from his very full book.

Grant & Joanne

Barry Sherry
   Posted Thu January 02, 2014
Margaret, Jennifer, and Krista -- I have enjoyed your friendship for more than 20 years and am forever thankful that you shared Scott with us. He lived life to the fullest but never forgot his family. When I was with him he always talked about his family. I knew how Margaret was doing, where Krista was headed to next, and the latest with Jen and her family. You all enabled him to reach new heights. When we worked with YFU we had a saying about the Brazilian boys - if you had two of them you had a party. Well, when we had one Scott we had a party. It's what all of us loved about him. There is no party today. But all of us have amazing memories and my prayer for you is that your memories are greater than your grief. May God Bless each of you.

Lynne Harvey Drury
   Posted Thu January 02, 2014
I'm a friend of Laurie's and family I met Scott a long time ago, He was a great guy and Laurie spoke of all of you with love. My sincere sympathies go with you. You and your family will be in my prayers. Be well and strong.

Deidra Bettis
   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
Dear Laurie & Family,
I'm so truly sorry to hear about Scott's passing. If there's anything I can do for you all, please don't hesitate to call me. You're all in my thoughts and prayers. Much love.

Susan Krieg
   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
Dear Laurie, Dave and Family,

The tide recedes but leaves behind bright seashells on the sand.
The sun goes down but gentle warmth still lingers on the land.
The music stops but echoes on in sweet refrain,
For every joy that passes something beautiful remains.

May you find some comfort in your memories of Scott.

With Heartfelt Sympathy,

Sue

Joanne Kellogg
   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
Sending my prayers and thoughts to the family . I met Scott at Stephanie and Nick's wedding. Remembering his larger than life smile! R.I.P.Scott

Sal Ruibal and Family
   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
As a sports journalist for many years, I met many remarkable and accomplished people. Scott was a champion, so also much more than an athlete and military officer. He was a Pied Piper for hundreds of cyclists, especially mountain bikers. He was playful and always up for a ride or run. When we "grownups" got too serious or whiny, Scott would always flash that mischievous little boy smile and send the message that life is too short for frowns. If we are sad today, its because we will have to become our own "scuds," responsible for creating fun and laughter wherever we go, just like Scott. When the forecast calls for rain and we get sunshine instead, I'll know Scud is up there, making sure we are having as much fun as he is.

Claudette Warner
   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
Margaret, Jen and Krista-- our hearts ache for you at this time. Know that we have very happy memories of Scott, which will never fade. We continue to be here in Montclair, where it all started, and will give you whatever help you need.
More recent postings and friends have been involved with the mountain biking community, but our memories are older. Soccer was Scott's passion then, when we first knew him, when he was our daughter's coach. Never was there a more positive, fun, enthusiastic coach. That carried over to today, to our daughter, who is a successful high school soccer coach. His legacy is strong there.
We have so many memories--of how he actually swam up to our door for a visit, and just to catch up. Thank you Scott. Our families spent a lot of soccer time together, but also with exchange students. We shared wonderful experiences together, among them, skiing trips. Scott actually taught a girl from Tasmania, Michelle, who had never seen snow to ski on one of our trips. He was the biggest kid of all! By the end of the day she was laughing and loving it. That was Scott's way. The world is diminished by his departure, but oh, what wonderful memories to share and remember. Was there ever a photo of him without his HUGE smile? What a man, what a life!

Susan VanDruff
   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
Dear Margaret and family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you with during this difficult time. I am so sorry for your loss. Scott was so loving and giving. He was such a wonderful person, and he will be greatly missed.
God will be with you; he will sustain you; and he will strengthen you in time. God bless you all!

James Andrade A.K.A Ponch
   Posted Sat January 04, 2014
My deepest sympathy to the Scudmore family. Even though I knew Scott for a short time, every time he was around there was such a pleasant auro around him. He was always pleasant and happy. That just means he had wonderful people in his life and this is a tragic loss. He passed on his terms and lived life to the fullest and may he rest in peace.

Eva Wiesendanger
   Posted Sat January 04, 2014
Dearest Margaret and family, please know that my thoughts and deepest sympathies are with you and your family now and also all these coming days. Wishing you strength and courage to get through this...and sending you lots of love and big, warm and caring hugs.

Dorian Van Horn
   Posted Sat January 04, 2014
Our hearts are sad--prayers for you and your family today and always. The Van Horn Family

The Bradford family
   Posted Tue January 07, 2014
We love you all. We know Mr. Scudamore's love for life and family will live on through all of you. We are so proud to be your friends and see the light of his eyes through you. We are here for you.
Love,
Mike, Nadine, Emily and Kate

Richard Biro
   Posted Tue January 14, 2014
I just learned of Scott's death this morning and needless to say I was shocked. Scott and I went to high school together and were good friends.

Please accept my condolences and God bless your family .

Richard Biro

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