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Lee Funeral Home

11840 Highway 90, Little River, SC

OBITUARY

Scott Sweeney

December 5, 1977March 23, 2020

Little River, SC

Scott Sweeney, 42, died March 23, 2020 at McLeod Seacoast Medical Center.

He was born December 5, 1977 in North Adams, MA.

Scott is survived by his parents, Robert L. and Sheila Sanderson Sweeney.

Services will be held at a later date.

A guestbook is available at www.leefhandcrematory.com.

Lee Funeral Home & Crematory of Little River/North Myrtle Beach is serving the family.

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Nicolle Lutz

April 1, 2020

Your brother Rob connected us when you moved to SC from CA & I enjoyed our friendship so much, made me feel more connected to you & Rob. I will forever treasure our time together & I miss & love you Scott, I’ll see you again when all of God’s children are together one day. Much Love & prayers to you, Rob, your parents, & your family

Nicolle Lutz

March 28, 2020

Scott’s brother Rob got us to meet when Scott moved to SC & we had so much fun together, at the wax museum, restaurants, pool time at my condo, he was a lot of fun to be with & a very caring person, I thought of him as not just a friend but as a brother, I miss you Scott & look forward to spending eternal time with you in heaven, love you & your brother & family 🙏

Lisa Soule

March 28, 2020

Scott and I met 20 years ago through mutual friends. We spent some time together hanging out, swimming in his pool, visiting with friends and just enjoying our young twenties. We lost touch for a while when he moved to California. In 2010, we reconnected online and started the most profound friendship I've ever had. We talked daily, multiple times a day, and for hours at a time. We video chatted and listened to music, laughed, shared a lot of pieces of our lives, past and present. He was my best friend. My person. We help each other stay "grounded" through some difficult times in our lives. I don't think I will ever meet anyone who has such a positive impact on my life. I don't think I will ever meet anyone whose voice makes me smile like Scott. I will never forget you and I will miss you so much. You will always be my "cowboy."

Cheryl Callahan

March 27, 2020

Scott Sweeney was the sweetest and funniest guy. I will miss you. We had so many good times at work and outside of work. I found this picture today of you and Toby. May you rest in heavenly peace my friend.

Robin Kavanagh

March 26, 2020

When Scott and I first met, we didn't really hit it off. We had been talking through a dating app for a little bit and met for lunch one day. We were both not feeling a connection and we kind of drifted apart for a while. I saw him a few months later on a different dating app and reached out. From then on, we were practically inseparable.

Scott became the person who helped me heal most from the trauma of my marriage. He showed me that I lived in a beautiful place with lots to do and many people who could become friends. We fished, kayaked, sang karaoke, danced, and I even got him into a movie theater once. He introduced me to horror movies and ghost television shows. He loved my daughters, even though both were difficult at times. He spent time in my house, even though he was allergic to my cats. He loved me in so many ways that I never expected.

Scott survived a lot in his life and told me that I helped him do a lot of healing. I am forever grateful that I could be that for him and was able to be in his life, if only for a handful of years. I will love and miss him forever.

Dan Roberts

March 26, 2020

Your sarcasm and laugh will stick with me forever. There were a few nights we over did it but the memories made were well worth it. Rest easy friend this world is truly going to miss you.

Angela Gajda

March 26, 2020

Scott was such a great friend back in high school and beyond. So many great memories I can pick just one favorite. We laught together, cried together, even protected each other.
My heart is broken, I hope you are up there singing, fishing, and trying new beers.

Lora Martischnig Peck

March 25, 2020

We grew up together, and had so much fun, filled with so much laughter. I will forever cherish these memories. Rest in Peace my friend.

Amanda Llewellyn

March 25, 2020

Scott and I met working at Chukchansi Casino in Coarsegold CA. He was always such a nice guy and would walk the casino floor and chat with me. I remember hanging out with him and some other friends when he lived here in Coarsegold. I wish I would’ve checked in more often to see how he was doing! My prayers are with all his family and friends, he seemed so happy to be back East with everyone! Rest easy my friend.

Jacqueline Lacosse

March 25, 2020

I can remember when my brother bugged my dad to wake me up to play he finally said yes and he frog splashed me .I tickled him so much . It was so funny I'll never forget all the fun we had . I love you scott miss you . Thanks for all the love and great memories I'll never forget and will share.