Shane Michael Scott

September 9, 1963September 7, 2018
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On September 7, 2018 Shane Michael Scott went home to be with the Lord after a long, arduous and courageous battle with esophageal cancer.

Shane was born September 9, 1963 in Upland California to Michael and Linda Scott.

He grew up in Southern California, which gave him a life long love of the beach.

In keeping with Shane’s personality, he owned and operated an extremely successful tile contracting business until approximately 2009 when he moved into real estate.

Shane is preceded in depth by his parents, Michael and Linda Scott.

He is survived by his wife Deborah, their son Wesley Everett as well as son Anthony Michael and Shayla Dawn. He leaves behind two younger sisters, Kim Hampton with husband Brian and their children Ryan and Kyle as well as youngest sister Jami Reed and her 3 sons, Lance, Thomas, Nicholas and their father Tim.

Shane left a beloved puppy Astro which we know he would want mentioned, sorry Jinx.

Shane’s life was marked by a love of God, Family and Baseball. Anyone who knew Shane would describe him as an extremely kind, loving and giving person who would do anything for anyone at anytime.

If you would like to honor Shane Please donate to the American Cancer Society


For anyone who is interested, we would love people to have the opportunity to go up and share a few words, if they wish.


ALL FOOD AND BEVERAGES for the reception will be provided and we ask that you do not bring anything with you. Thank you from the Scott Family.


  • Memorial Service Friday, September 14, 2018
  • Reception Friday, September 14, 2018

Shane Michael Scott

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Val & Jim Vaughanjimoooval@

September 12, 2018

Dear Debbie and Wesley
Please accept our heartfelt sympathy on your loss. We met Shane at
David’s and our daughter Susan,s wedding as well as Dorcas and Ron’s
50th anniversary. He was so charming. May God bless you and give you
Strength through these difficult days. Shane was on my prayer list for
Quite some time.

Ron and Dorcas HILL

September 12, 2018

Inlaws are often the subject of criticism and jokes--not by Shane. No one could have been a greater son-in-law--someone you always looked forward to seeing, being with, and sharing any and all activities. Especially Baseball. He also loved the lake. He and Wesley fished incessantly (maybe more than Wesley preferred.) We loved Shane and could not have ever wanted anyone any different as a member of our family, and as a friend. He always helped us old folks get around and did for us constantly. There are many, many more things he did for us and others unselfishly. He was more than "special" So very sad his time on earth is over. We love and will miss him terribly.
Nana and Papa

Chrissy Offutt

September 12, 2018

This is Chrissy Offutt- a cousin of Debbie’s... Something I’d like to share about my experiences with Shane...

Shane was so... distinctive. His hair, his eyes, his generosity, his enthusiasm and his passion- just indelible. He was the kind of person that was happy for people when something great happened to them. Even if it was just the joy of sharing his baseball tickets... he loved to see people happy.

He could connect with anyone, anywhere, anytime. He also fought like hell, which I will never forget.

Kim Hampton

September 12, 2018

Shane I don't even know where to begin my heart is so broken but a part of me is so happy you're in peace now I am so sorry you had to go through what you went through. You fought like hell I don't know anyone fought as hard as you did you had faith I'm sorry this evil thing called cancer won the battle your memories and love will be with us forever and you will never be forgotten. I am so fortunate to be your sister you have taught me so much in life we might not have agreed on everything but I always kept your words in my heart. I know you'll be looking down on us, and guide each one of us in the right path. Its not fair.... You have made a difference in so many people's life . Your memory will last forever. Until we are together again . I love you and miss you so much.

Stephen Levine

September 11, 2018

Early in our sobriety I would walk into an office in Colton strip mall and find Shane the only other occupant of the room We shared our hope ,faith, and courage with each other which is lovingly remembered these thirty plus years later. I am truly sorry to have heard of your battle finally coming to an end. Your memory will live on brother!

Kent Plank

September 11, 2018

Our thoughts And prayers go out to all the family of Shane. And all of his friends he will truly be missed he was one of my heroes always had good things to say and a positive message. He was so fun to be around. He was truly one of the best people I have ever meet. I will never forget Shane.

Ed Johnson

September 11, 2018

Words escape me of the sadness I feel at Shane's passing. It is so hard to except that he is gone, even knowing where he is at doesn't make it any easier. We always say at someones passing "there are so many things I would like to say to them,"I say there is so much more time I would have liked to spend with him", so many more things I wished he could be around to see, so many more of Wes's ball games to watch, so many more fishing trips to take, being a Grandpa. Shane would have made an awesome Grandpa, I do wish I would have talked to him more, I'm grateful that I did get to see him this last winter, I just wish it could have been longer. I store a life time of memories of Shane in my heart, I have always thought of Shane as my little brother, He will never know just how much I loved him. I grieve not for Shane, he has received his reward, I grieve for the family who has to go on without him, thinking everyday, "Shane would have liked that" or "Shane wouldn't like that at all." But we do have to go on because "Shane would have wanted us to". It is with a heavy heart, great sorrow, and tears in my eyes, I say I love you man, find us a good fishin hole, and tell everyone I said Hi, keep an eye on us, and see ya soon. R.I.P. I love you my Brother more then you will ever know. Uncle Ed.

Lance Espejo

September 10, 2018

One of the best times I ever shared with Uncle Shane was at most people’s least favorite activities, Jury Duty. We both just so happaned to randomly have Jury Duty on the same day, we sat together for almost 4 hours talking the whole time about Sports, life, and everything we really hadn’t gotten to talk about since I was an adult. It was great just having a joyful entertaining conversation as an adult with someone who had always loved and supported me growing up. Pretty cool to me to have a memory outside of our family setting like that with Uncle Shane. I can honestly say I got to do what no one else has in our family, suffer at jury duty with Uncle Shane!


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