OBITUARY

Scott M. Rodlitz

April 3, 1976November 15, 2021

Scott M. Rodlitz, age 45, of Tamarac, Florida passed away on Monday, November 15, 2021 at Florida Medical Center. At the time of his passing he was in the hearts and minds of those he loved the most.

It can be a great comfort to a grieving person or family to hear that others thought highly of their loved one, too. If you knew and admired Scott, be sure to let the family know by writing a few words in the "Memory" section of his obituary on the Kraeer - Fairchild Funeral Home website. www.KraeerFairchild.com

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Josephine F.

November 26, 2021

So hard to believe you're gone. Your compassion changed the trajectory of my life. Your intelligence inspired me to try harder in school. You were a catalyst to so many great things. I can't tell you how often I hear you giggle in my mind. I'm glad we got to see each other one last time as adults. Rest in peace, sweet friend. I will always think back to our teenage years with fond memories. We had so, so much fun. Thank you for those times. Sending condolences to your loved ones and wishing you infinite peace.

Christy (Caine) Hiers

November 19, 2021

Oh Scotty. We met utterly by chance at Fado Irish pub in Seattle after the St. Paddy’s Day Dash. I ran it solo that year. You invited me to a party that weekend and bam! I suddenly had this new awesome group of friends. My memories with you and our group are some of the best of my entire life. Highlights of my friendship with you:
-The Trek Tri Island bike trek from Seattle to the San Juan islands.
-Working with you at my company when you joined it
-Watching “Walk the Line” at a Kennewick, WA movie theater on opening night during our little road trip to Boise.
-Our camping trip “miscommunication” (I won’t go into details here)
-My 30th in Vegas during our big sales meeting
-Always being a shoulder to cry on.

We did not keep in regular touch once life took me into the world of the Navy and life took you to FL. I had a dream for you to meet my two boys but that will never be. You were never far from my thoughts over the years. I truly loved you like a brother and am heartbroken that you are gone. I would do anything to see you one more time. Rest In Peace dear friend ❤️

My heart aches for Monica, for your mom and for your sister and her family. 💔💔


Andi Watson

November 19, 2021

Scotty and I were friends for several years in Seattle. There are so many good memories. What I will always remember of Scotty is his smile, his laugh, and his sweet goofy personality. Rest in peace, Scotty. I love you.

Kelly Pearson

November 18, 2021

Scott was a friend of mine from HS. I am so terribly sorry to hear of his passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this extremely difficult time.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY