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Scott Douglas

Scott Edward Douglas

Friday, March 25th, 1960 - Saturday, January 18th, 2020
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Scott Douglas
March 25th, 1960 - Saturday, January 18th, 2020

It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of my husband and best friend of 30 years, Scott Douglas at the age of 59.

Scott is survived by; his wife Pamela, mother Florence, sister Cheryl (Glen), brother Duane (Lisa), father-in-law Ernie, brother-in-law Ronnie (Michelle) and numerous nieces and nephews, Kurtis (Dimity), Nigel (Emma), Justin, Connor, Kayleen, Wyatt and one great nephew Jacob. Scott was predeceased by his father Ted in 2016.

Scott was born in Winnipeg, MB and moved several times with his family following his Dad’s career in the oil & gas sector, landing in Calgary in 1972.

Scott loved to be outside and enjoyed many sports and activities such as gardening, cycling, softball, golf and his particular passion hockey.

In his free time Scotty loved to spend time with his friends and family both two and four legged. Anyone who knew Scott knew how much his dogs, or “furry buddies” as he referred to them, meant to him. Scotty was a private, humble and loyal friend who will be missed greatly by the people whose lives he touched.

Scotty spent his entire adult career working in the oil patch – his absolute love. He was a Production Engineering Technologist graduate of SAIT and held various positions for companies such as Enerplus, Pengrowth and Harvest. One of Scotty’s favorite things to do was to mentor new talent entering the industry; he loved to share his knowledge. This spoke to the kindness and compassion of how he treated those around him.

I would like to thank the following people for their support during this emotional time; the wonderful doctors and nursing staff, in all of the departments, who helped Scott to the best of their abilities, demonstrating care and compassion (especially Sara in ICU Pod A, who was with us at the end and treated Scotty and I with such kindness and respect), his sister Cheryl who made the journey from Australia to spend time with her brother, my friend Carlos who spent countless hours at the hospital just case I needed anything and for emotional support, Don who sat with Scott when I had to run errands, Christina, my rock who stayed with me to the end and helped me make all the necessary arrangements, my friend Sandra who took the time to help me write and organize these difficult words and all of his friends and team mates who took the time out of their busy schedules to come and visit Scotty.

In lieu of a funeral for Scotty a Celebration of Life will be held sometime in March 2020 around his 60th birthday. To access the date and place for the memorial please go to:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/lovinglyremembered/

To view and share photos, condolences and stories of Scott please visit www.choicememorial.com. Arrangements entrusted to the care of Choice Memorial Cremation & Funeral Services (403) 277-7343.
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Neil Roach

Posted at 01:44am
Pam, so very sorry to hear of your loss. I worked with Scott at Harvest and would stop by occasionally to chat about how things were going and ask how you were getting along. Scott always took the time to talk about his dog "family" and I would ask him a few questions about his Smart car for fun. He always had a smile on his face when I went by his office. He was taken from us way too soon and it makes me so very sad to think of it. Heartfelt condolences to his immediate family and all those that had the privilege to know him.
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Sherry Koftinoff

Posted at 02:30pm
Pam, my sincerest condolences to you and Scott's family. I was so sad to learn of his passing. Too young. Too soon. I always enjoyed working with him. He had a great sense of humor and we shared some laughs over the years. We talked about Vegas trips and dogs and had the occasional lunch at the Palomino. I will always remember him as funny and kind with always a smile on his face.

Sherry Koftinoff

Jeff Grebinsky

Posted at 02:56pm
I knew Scotty back in the "the day" as they say, played hockey together, went to school together, we lived a couple of blocks away from the Douglases in southwood, then as happens in life, lost touch. I was very sad to hear of his passing, much too soon. My condolences to the Douglas Family. Rest in peace Scotty

Jeff Grebinsky
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Ross Gourlay

Posted at 02:45pm
Dear Pam

Please accept my deepest condolences on your loss of Scott. Scott was a good man on both a personal and professional level. He was taken far too soon. Rest in peace, Scott.

In deepest sympathy

Ross Gourlay
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Brian Stasiuk

Posted at 06:41pm
I had the privilege of working with Scotty at Harvest. Scott was an honest, hard working, and fun person to be around. Scott left us way too early and will be truly missed. My deepest sympathies to his wife and family.
Brian Stasiuk
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