Christopher Todd Scata

July 28, 1969May 3, 2021

Christopher Todd Scata was born on July 28, 1969 and passed away on May 3, 2021 and is under the care of H.M. Patterson & Son-Oglethorpe Hill Chapel.

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Jeff Fraizer

May 6, 2021

I have many great memories of time spent with Chris including attending Georgia football games at Sanford Stadium (one game in particular he loved talking about), hunting in Washington, GA and on the farm, product demos especially the trip to Pennsylvania training Blue Scope Construction, the trip to Walmart headquarters getting his product specified, and the trip to the Kentucky State Fair for the horse show. Chris and I had a lot in common and we often talked of our families and our businesses. He adored his two girls and was super proud of the fine young lady Olivia became and her upcoming college graduation including her career choice to go into law practice. He was crazy about Avery and her sweetness and her love of horses and her desire to carry on the family tradition of showing American Saddlebred horses. Chris loved his mom and dad and spoke of them often, as he also did of his brother. Most of all Chris enjoyed life and he touched many lives. I miss you Chris. May God bless your soul in Heaven.

Andrea Blakely

May 5, 2021

There was nothing I liked better than an interesting conversation with Chris. Many hours were spent at the local watering hole telling tales. Chris always put a smile on my face and will continue to do so whenever I think of him. Many sympathies for your loss.
Andrea Blakely (Andy)

Annette Burcham

May 5, 2021

Devastated to hear of Chris's passing. We kept in touch even after all these years. I cherish the memories of all those trips to Seattle. My thoughts and prayers will be with you. 🌹 🙏🏻❤

Philip & Kim Baraona

May 5, 2021

Chris was a great neighbor and we're sad to hear of his passing. We we didn't speak often, but he had a great sense of humor and I'll remember him cracking jokes and smiling . . . a good guy.

Timothy Corum

May 5, 2021

It's T.J. Corum that used to work for Chris. He and I started talking again and became friends again. Chris's words were and I quote him "friendship was more important than concrete repair product." I truly want you to know that I am so sorry for your loss. His laughter I will miss the most. He and I had our ups and downs. One thing I am going to miss is the phone calls of him telling somebody he had to go because he was getting a call. Don't think that any was ever calling him. I have been back in North Carolina since 2015. He was the one friend that I would maintain in touch with even so far away. This was after I stopped working for him. So I know that he was my friend. I will miss him. I uploaded a photo of him when he took me sniper fishing on Lake Lanier for the 1st time. He did love to fish. Please know if there is anything I can do please let me know.