Scott Chrisholm Meyer
January 15, 1975 – February 7, 2017
Never more than a memory away,
quietly remembered every day,
in our hearts, forever missed.
Scott will be lovingly remembered by by his Mom and Dad, Carol and Len Titus, his brother, Steven (Cori-Lynn), step-brother Nathan Titus (Jenny), as well as nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his grandparents, the Kenneth Bayleys of Courtenay, Peter Meyers of Bruno, Sask. Also predeceased by his beloved Uncle Graham Bayley (Catherine and cousin Jessica) of Vancouver.
He was born in Kindersley, Sask., but spent his school years mostly in Campbell River, attending Pinecrest and Robron schools.
Through the years he worked at his two favourite occupations, construction and driving truck. Until his passing, he was driving semi-super “B’s” for companies in Dawson Creek.
Scott loved his music and spent endless hours listening to everything from rock to country. He was passionate about cycling and raced with great enthusiasm in Belgium in the early 90’s. And as a family, we all enjoyed weekends on Mount Washington skiing. He was an aggressive and fearless skier, which was evidenced by at least one broken ski every season.
Much to his family’s sadness, Scott’s work on earth now is done and he has been called back early to his heavenly home.
Peace and love go with you dear son
The Reverend Charles Massey will be officiating at Scott’s Celebration of Life at St. Peter’s Anglican Church, on Saturday, March 25, at 1:30 p.m.
Please honour his memory by doing a random act of kindness for someone who is in need.