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Scott Nickerson Hartig

March 8, 1957December 21, 2020

Scott Nickerson Hartig, 63, of Harwichport MA passed away Monday December 21, 2020.

He was born to the late Charles S Hartig and Patricia Hartig, March 8,1957, in Hyannis, MA. Scott graduated from Harwich High School in 1975.

Scott was an Auto Mechanic until he retired in 2005. He spent all his life in Harwich on the Cape. He was very friendly, and well-liked by many friends on the Cape. He had a tough exterior. If you dug a little deeper Scott had a gentle soul and would do anything for you. He loved motorcycles; he spent many days with friends working on motorcycles, especially Harley Davidsons.

Scott is survived by two brothers Kent Hartig of Lancaster. Brother Curtis Hartig with Sister-in-Law Tracey M. Hartig of Douglasville Ga. And Karen Hartig of Lancaster. Several nephews and nieces.

Instead of flowers, the family is requesting donations to be turned into a donation in honor of Scott Hartig through this web site, diabetes.org. The American Diabetes Association is a nonprofit charity. There is an, In-honor donations tab that you will be able to enter Scott’s name. This is also a tax-deductible donation which it states will include an e-card announcement to share.

Funeral arrangements are being made by Beal & Ames Funeral Home. We will have a future memorial for those who wish to attend later date. The family will announce a date TBD.

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William Hughes

January 11, 2021

Scott was a great person and I viewed him has my step father even though my mother and him were never married they spent 20+ years together. He taught me so much and I saw that sweet man under the tough exterior everyday. He brought me to Disney World and shared his family with with us. I’m thankful for the time we had together. From my mother Carol she loves you a lot and you will both see each other soon as she just fell ill the 26th of December and just passed away peacefully January 11th. You both will be looking down as angels and you can ride your bike whenever you want. Thank you Scottie and we love you.

Michele Carney

January 9, 2021

While my memories of Scotty do not begin until 1996. He welcomed me into his social orb without hesitancy. Always a huge hug, a kiss on the cheek, and a term of endearment.
I'll miss his brilliant and impish smile.
On angels wings he rides. Wishing no doubt it was a Harley.

Chester Robinson

December 27, 2020

Scotty, My brother from a different mother since we were single digit’s. Chet

Stacy Apostol

December 24, 2020

Scott helped towed my car out of the sand at Sea st beach before Ted found out I was not where I was suppose to be. He was a kind soul. I remember him and Lance chasing Amy and I on our horses, them on their dirt bikes, at the cranberry bogs. Such innocence then.. RIP Scott...

Sonja Meader

December 24, 2020

Scott was my “ first “ kiss, we were skating at the cranberry bogs on Bank Street, we were 12.

Heather Hartig

December 23, 2020

Heather Hartig

December 23, 2020

Heather Hartig

December 23, 2020

Heather Hartig

December 23, 2020

Always greeted me with a hello sweet heart or beautiful.