Resurrection Funeral Home

40800 Hayes Road, Clinton Township, MI


Scott T. Kameg

April 25, 1951June 6, 2019
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Scott T Kameg., age 68 of Macomb, Michigan passed away on June 6, 2019. He is the beloved husband of Sharon; Loving father of Kelly (David) McCarthy and Kandice Kameg (Daniel Keatts); Cherished Papa of Tyler, Zachary, and Alexa; brother of Bruce Kameg, Robyn Titus, Kevin Kameg, and Keith Kameg.

Scott was born in Detroit, Michigan and lived most of his life in the Detroit area. He met his wife of 48 years, Sharon, at a house party in Detroit, and they married in 1970 and together started their family. Scott served his country in the United States Marine Corps, and was a proud Vietnam veteran. He worked for over 30 years in the construction industry, and recently retired. In his spare time, Scott enjoyed fishing, gardening, hanging out in his man cave, and spending time with his family.

A visitation will be held on Monday, June 10, 2019 from 1-9 PM, with a rosary service at 7 PM, at Resurrection Funeral Home, 40800 Hayes Road, Clinton Township, MI. An instate will follow Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 9:30 AM, until time of funeral mass at 10 AM at St. Paul of Tarsus Catholic Church, 41300 Romeo Plank Road, Clinton Township. Interment will take place at Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his honor to Make-a-Wish Michigan or the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Online condolences may be made at www.resurrectionfuneralhome.com


  • Visitation Monday, June 10, 2019
  • Instate Tuesday, June 11, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Tuesday, June 11, 2019
  • Committal Service Tuesday, June 11, 2019


Scott T. Kameg

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Vickie Abernethy

June 10, 2019

I worked with Scott many years ago at Livonia transmission. I remember him coming in the trailer with his Kool cigarettes and demanding I have coffee ready. Of course I did not have his coffee ready but got a big rock and drew a picture of his face on it and threatened him daily.

Scott had a great personality and a smile to match, I loved working for him.

My deepest sympathies to Scott's family and friends.
Vickie Abernethy

Darrell Zube

June 9, 2019

My memories of Scott begin with him working on his cars in garages in Michigan, trying to keep the vehicles going, while spending as little money as possible. I have several memories of him spending evenings at my parent's house on Barlow, always making himself welcome when needed. A vague memory of traveling with Gary Parko, to visit him in N. Carolina, while he was in the military. Another vague memory of him doing side work at a motel in downtown Detroit, and a concrete pour gone bad. The clearer memories I have, are of various construction jobs in Florida, Georgia, and Texas, with all of these jobs having their separate challenges.

The constantly recurring theme in all of these was the balance between family, and the hard work, and the long nights it sometimes took, to make sure his family (Sharon and the girls) had what they needed.

Life wasn't always easy for him early on, but hard work, and perseverance, along with some "unique" ways of solving problems, always got him through. (The statute of limitations has long since expired on some of his solutions!)

His devotion to family was something to be admired. Their happiness and well being meant everything to him. Times spent with him, and his family, were among the best examples of what a loving, close, family could be.

What I will remember most is his hearty, infectious, laugh, that let everyone around him know, that even though life could be hard, it was still meant to be enjoyed to it's full extent!