Colin William Scott
December 10, 1978 - December 26, 2016
It is with extreme sorrow that the Scott family announces the passing of Colin Scott on December 26, 2016 at the Stony Plain hospital. Colin began his battle last March and courageously fought for 9 months -never losing his spirit or will to survive.
Colin was born December 10th, 1978 in Edmonton, Alberta, to John and Wendy Scott. He was the oldest of two sons and survived by his brother Warren. He married the love of his life, Kealey, in May 2011, and had two beautiful children.
Colin worked in the Electrical industry with Epcor as a high power lineman. He was a hard worker and liked by all who knew him, he lived a healthy, active life and will be missed every second of every day.
Colin is survived by his wife, Kealey; son, Callum; daughter, Saoirse; parents John and Wendy; brother, Warren (Erminia, Jessica and Preston) and numerous family members and friends.
11:00AM Saturday January 7, 2017
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church
9830-148 Street NW Edmonton, AB T5N3E8
Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada
620 Colborne Street, Suite 301
London, ON N6B 3R9
Dear Wendy,John and family, I am so sorry for your loss.Losing a loved one at such a young age is very painful.
Let the beautiful memories you have of Colin give to the love and strength at this time.Know that he is not suffering
any more and is now with our Lord.
Rest in Peace …….Love and hugs to you all
Aunty Wendy and Unc…i am usually so good with words but they have simply escaped me. I can’t find any. He simply was a great guy and so well loved. I had a wickedly awesome cousin and so very proud to call him family. I loved him and all you guys too. He will never be forgotten and will always be in my heart.
Our thoughts are with the Scott family every day and we sincerely hope that time will help ease the pain you surely feel .
Peter and Pat Ward
To all of Colin’s family, sending my most heartfelt condolences to each of you as you say goodbye to Colin. My thoughts are with you at this most difficult time. Embrace your memories and each other. Wish I could be there with you. Sending love, prayers and tight hugs. XOXO Judy & David Hale. Victoria
Wendy & Family
We know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even with a loss this great. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories; find comfort in knowing that your lives have been enriched by having shared his love & life.
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
Kim Anderson (formerly Chouinard)
Wishing the Scott family my deepest condolences. Having know Colin from our work together at Epcor was a privilege and honor to have gotten to know this young man. From him telling me he meet the woman of his dreams to “I’m gonna be a dad” moments. From My family to yours,much love is passed to you.
Wendy and John,
I am so sorry to hear of your sons passing. Our hearts go out to your family, his wife and children. I know you will hold his memory close to your hearts and that will forever keep him with you until you meet again. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time of sadness. Celebrate his life and all the love he brought to you all. He has not left you in spirit and will always be with you. May in find comfort as he has.
Wendy, John and Family,
My sincere sympathies on the passing of Colin. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
I just learned of Colin’s passing and am deeply sadden by the loss of a wonderful young man. I was Colin’s Supervisor at Edmonton Police and he was a great employee, who was well liked and respected by all of his co-workers. My thoughts and prayers to his wife and young children.
Dear Scott family,
I just learned the sad news about Colin’s passing and wanted to send my deepest condolences.
I got to know Colin when we worked together in Police Information Check Unit where I had the privilege of calling him a friend who was always supportive and kind to everyone. I will remember Colin as a true gentleman who had great sense of humour, work ethic, passion for health/fitness/movies/camping and often spoke of his love for all of you (family and close friends).
May you find comfort and strength in the memories that you shared during this difficult time. My sincere thoughts and prayers for all of you.