FitzHenry’s Funeral Home

3945 Fairview Drive, Carson City, NV


Timothy "Scott" Dlugos

August 15, 1964March 18, 2020

Timothy "Scott" Dlugos was born on August 15, 1964 in Lorain, Ohio and passed away on March 18, 2020 in Reno, Nevada.


  • A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.


Timothy "Scott" Dlugos

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Ellie Keene

March 26, 2020

So sorry for your Loss!
Scott was a great man, him and Kim always brightened by day whenever I saw them at work. Scott was so giving, and willing to help anyone who needed it. I am so glad I got to share in a couple memories of him last year with community outreach events at Click Bond.
Scott you will be missed!

Michelle Eaton

March 26, 2020

I feel I was lucky to have known and worked with Scott and his wife Kim during my time at Click Bond. He was so calm and dedicated to making his department shine. I enjoyed working with him of several Black Bolt projects where his expertise was invaluable.
We used to talk about his many passions like his boat, and his motorcycle overhauls and fishing.
I am sorry for your grief and I hope in these trying times that there is some small comfort that he will always be remembered as a kind and gentle soul.


Kim Bigelow

March 24, 2020

My fondest dearest and most treasured memories of Scott always include his wife Kim. Weather it was just a simple get together for dinner, our countless days spent on the boat in the middle of the lake or our grand adventures to lake Powell for weeks of sun and fun we always shared laughter, joy and the truest form of friendships people can experience. I will miss them both more than I can express and I'm so grateful for the time I had with them. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

Margaret Reilley

March 24, 2020

Scotty peace be with you, you are with your Kim now.
I love you so much, you were always so thoughtful to me in every way. You will truly be missed.
My heart is with your family. My God give them strength.

Dawn Courtney Small

March 23, 2020

Scott is a lifetime friend of my brother, Greg Small. Scott and his brother Jeff lived down the street from us in Mira Mesa. I was in elementary School at the time. We all moved to different neighborhoods but Greg and Scott always remained friends.
I was the younger sister who had a bit of a crush on her brother's older friend.
Scott was a bit of a punk back then. Lol.
(Hopefully I made some of you chuckle just now).
I didn't see Scott for many, many years until Christmas 2018. It was great to see him again. We talked a good 2 hours. Scott grew to be a
GOOD MAN...A GREAT MAN. The way he spoke, the things he shared, made it evident to me.
I did mention to him that I recall him being a bit of a punk back in the day. Scott
didn't recall that of course but we had a good laugh about it.
I'm so glad I got to see him again.
He had a certain peace about him that was special.
I wish his friends and family peace and strength until they see him once again.
Dawn Courtney Small

Linda Barnard

March 23, 2020

a tragedy. Peace be with you, Teri and family.

Corry Steiner

March 21, 2020

I never was fortunate to meet Scott but I am a good friend of his mother Teri. My heart goes out to her and the family with this tragic loss of Scott who was so young. Many times wonder why the Lord doesn't take us old folks and leave the young ones to stay. But we don't know his reasoning and my feeling has always been, He takes the good ones first. God Bless all of you and keep Scott's fond
memories alive.

MaryAlice and Keith Shagie

March 20, 2020

Our Love & Prayers are with you. Godspeed Scott.

Tammy Olsen

March 19, 2020

To The Dlugos Family, prayers and hugs of comfort to you all.