Born in Oakland, CA to Evie & Scott Sr., Scott Jr. passed away from heart disease January 23, 2023 in Victoria, BC with his family by his side. He will be missed by his wife Leslie and their dog Molly; daughters Anna (Mike and their sons Cameron & Evan) and Lindsay (Craig and his daughter Nina); sister Vicky (Dan and children Ben, Ashley and Stephanie).

Scott was a lifelong learner and casual renaissance man with many passions. His appreciation of art, avid curiosity for the world around him and sense of humour framed how he lived his life and are how he will be remembered.

No service will be held. Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to the Courtenay and District Museum and Paleontology Centre.  Condolences may be offered to the family below.

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  • Pat Amsden

    I’m so sorry for your loss. While I never met Scott in person, we both were members of Langford Voters for Change where he made many of us aware of what was going on. I suspect he’s made more of a difference in how Langford goes forward, than he will ever know.

  • Lori Ann Locken

    Lori Ann Locken
    Hi Just found out Scott has died I only met Scott once at a coffee meeting we had as Friends of Langford I enjoyed our conversation. My heart goes out to Scott’s Family and Friends RIP Scott

  • Belinda

    Leslie, Molly and his kids. I am devastated to hear that Scott is no longer with us. I met Scott on many occasions as we teamed up to protect Langford and fight for our rights to a healthy place to live. Scott was kind; and gave so much to the less fortunate when I was collecting last Christmas. He was funny and so smart. He knew something about everything. My heart is sad and I am thinking of you and the struggles you face without him. May he rest peacefully now.

  • G. Shaw

    I remember Scott from my childhood when you guys lived next door. I always thought of him as a kind man with a great sense of humour.

    I remember one sunny Saturday afternoon when Scott took his ladder and went up the telephone pole to connect the whole neighbourhood to cable. That lasted for years till someone asked the cable company why they weren’t getting a bill.

    I will remember him fondly.

  • Debra Morrison

    So saddened to hear of this news Lesley. My condolences to you and your girls and their families. Yes many fond memories and lots of laughter from where ever your family was gathered. You guys were the epitome of swim club!

  • Eric & Lin Skehor

    Sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. We have so many great memories of Blue Devils swim meets, practices, Tribune Bay, and all the hours spent on the food trailer and the outdoor pool equipment. Scott was a true gentleman and a multi-talented, disciplined craftsman. It was a pleasure to have known all of you.
    Thinking of you all,
    Lin, Eric, and Mikhaila

  • Jennifer Zbinden

    Saddened to hear this news. Our deepest condolences Leslie, Anna and Lindsay. Holding you all deep in our hearts.

  • Nicole Kosloski

    Many of my brightest childhood memories are with your family, like making Easter eggs. He will be missed.

  • Marg kosloski

    We’re thinking of you today. Love you

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