Scott C. Norman

Born: 08/10/1959 Passed:

Scott C. Norman, 59, passed away peacefully in the early hours of April 22nd, 2019, following a long health battle. His family finds comfort knowing he can breathe freely and easily again. If you had the privilege of knowing “King Cool,” then you know he is on the other side enjoying a huge mushroom-covered steak, paired with a cold beer after being out on the golf course. When anyone asked how he was, the reply was almost always “Good looking as ever!” He loved tinkering with technology and upgrading his computer; we were always the envied house on the street growing up since we didn’t have to unplug the Internet to use the phone line, as well as the beautifully kept pool he took such great care of for us to enjoy and make the best memories. He was a great barbequer, devoted Steelers fan, and could always be relied on for a good dad joke.

The only thing Scott loved more than anything else was his family. He leaves behind his loving wife Melinda, daughters Leah (Nathan) and Natalie (Tyler), and grandson Brenden who he all loved and adored.

A celebration of life party will be held in his honor, to be announced in
the coming weeks as the weather improves.

6 Tributes to Scott C. Norman

  1. Chris Alekna-Lewis says:

    Melinda, Leah and Natalie,
    I am extending my deepest sympathies to you all. Scott was not just a “friend”, he was family. I will carry many fond memories of “King Kool” from playing darts in the basement, family BBQ ‘s and pool parties, jokes that made us groan, and his fine array of bathrobes. He is free from all his sufferings and I know he is at peace. I will miss him, but grateful that he was in my life for so many years. Eternal rest grant unto him Oh Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in peace. God Speed Scott. Until we meet again.💗

  2. Shannon says:

    My fav uncle! Billy Scott Bob! You will be dearly missed!! Love you to the moon and back! I will miss my hugs! See you on the other side!! Xoxo

  3. Catherine Norman says:

    He was a great brother. I’ll miss the Bovine. If there is golf in heaven I’m sure he’s playing with Steve

  4. Liz (Carey) Dillon says:

    My crazy cousin Scott. It has been years since I have seen you. I spoke with you though on the phone when mom was sick and you still made me laugh. I will never forget the infamous “grape” story. You were staying with us in HB while our parents were gone. We went to the and played outside for hours. One of those days you had some delicious grapes and my brother REALLY wanted some. Well you thought it would be funny to have Chris do a “dare” for some.🤣🤣🤣”drink some toilet water Chris and I will give you my grapes. “. Chris did!! 🤢and Scott gave Chris his grapes. I think I do remember just before the water hitting his lips Scott knocking it out of his hands and giving Chris his well earned grapes. I also have many fond memories of card games, board games and just an all around fun time every time all of us would get together. You built a beautiful family and should be so proud♥️Scott may you be at peace now and free of pain up in Heaven. Please say hello to your mom for me and your Uncle Dave and Aunt Jane. Until we meet again cousin xoxo🙏🏻

  5. Belinda Hess says:

    Prayers for you Melinda, Leah, Natalie, and Brenden for peace and comfort. Although my meetings with Scott were few, he was always upbeat and cheerful. As I read through kind words that ppl have shared about him, I only regret not having the opportunity to have gotten to know him better. Rest in heavenly peace

  6. Cay Norman says:

    I called him the Bovine because when he worked for the Forest Service he would get a kick out of the wild cows he would have to deal with

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