scott richardnorth
Hilton: Friday, March 11, 2011 at age 56. Predeceased by his parents, Scott and Helen Lonsbury North and an older sister. He is survived by his daughters Jamii M. North & Kira C. North; 1 brother; 2 sisters; and a community of friends who loved him dearly. Scott was a member of the IBEW Local 86 for over 30 years, an avid sailor, hunter and accomplished his life dream of building his own home on Lake Ontario. Friends may call Thursday, March 17th at 5-8 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 38 East Avenue, Hilton Chapel. His Memorial Mass will be celebrated Friday, March 18th, 10 A.M. at St. Leo's Church, 167 Lake Avenue. Interment will be held privately.

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  1. Dear Jamie and Kira,

    As you journey through this very difficult time, please know there are many whose thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Having known Scott for all of the years of your lives, one thing you can be absolutely sure of is the love that he had for his girls.

    My deepest sympathy to all of your family.

    Sincerely, Marilyn Wright (Rog’s mom)

  2. I am very sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. From a fellow Viking, my very deepest condolences. Butch Lawrence, ‘Good Timing’

  3. I will miss Scottie alot. My prase go out to the family in this time of sowrrow. I’m sorry to see him go but now he is at home with god , and being taken care of.
    Sicerly
    sandy Smith

  4. I worked with Scott many times over the past 17 years and always enjoyed his company. My sincere condolences go to his family-I know he will be sadly missed. I’ll always remember him fondly.
    Kurt Doubles
    Local 86

  5. I worked with Scotty at the Xerox Toner Plant several summers ago.He was truly a pleasure to work with and for!He was a very nice Brother.I am proud to have been associated with him.My deepest condolences to his entire family.I am very sorry.

  6. Jamii, Kira, Aunt Eleanor, Aunt Jackie and Uncle Jerry. Words can not adequately express my hearts feelings with the loss of Uncle Rick.

  7. Scott – such a warm and generous spirit. You will be missed by all of those whose lives you touched. I’m being selfish here, but I will miss your smile and your laugh on the next Vikings trip! But, I look forward to meeting again in Fiddler’s Green.

  8. Scott was a good friend and part of a special group, the Braddocks Bay crew. We all will miss his kindness & friendship. The great memories of such good times we had through the many years will have to help ease the pain. Our deepest sympathy to his family.

  9. Scott was both a classmate (local 86 apprenticeship class of ’83) and a friend. In the mid 90s, we spent months together working out of town in Ohio, where he was my roommate and working partner, on the job. He was a very skilled craftsman and a pleasure to work with, as well as making staying long periods away from home.. bearable, by his positive attitude and great sense of humor. My deepest sympathies go out to Scott’s entire family.

  10. Scotty (Rick) and I were great friends in high school. He was still the same warm, wonderful human being when we became re-acquainted so many years later. Scotty was a joy to be around. Our lives are so much better for having known him.

  11. We had so many good times together as far back as Kodak in the early 70’s. You are and will always be a special friend to Doug and I. I pray that you are at peace and in a better place. And I know I speak for many many people that loved you, you will be sadly missed my friend. St. Patricks Day will just never be the same.

  12. We new you as Rick as a nick name years ago, with our son Darrell, you were best man @ his wedding. May you rest in peace and lived a good life, now you can be with our Lord and accomplish much greater things.God Bless you.
    also Jamii @ Kira you can be real proud of your Dad. God bless you both & remember the good times.
    Red & Mary Campbell

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