Scott Paul Morin

January 12, 1951July 13, 2021
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Scott P. Morin, 70, left this earth Tuesday, July 13, 2021. Scott was born in Ashland, Maine, a small town he loved, to Ronald and Annette Morin. He leaves behind his beloved wife of 29 years Kit (Kirsten) Reddish Morin. He is also survived by his children, William, Allison, her husband, Jesse and their children, Theodore and Floyd; Nicholas Howard and Nathan Scott Morin; sisters, Lisa Morin Conners and her husband Neil and Kim Morin. He was proud of his military career serving once in the Navy and later in the Air Force where he achieved the rank of Chief Master Sergeant. He was called to active duty during the 9-11 period. He retired April 1, 2010. He also retired from Century Link with many years starting with Mountain Bell and received many promotions. He enjoyed being outside in nature and camping with his family all over Colorado. His love of the outdoors began in his beloved state of Maine. His sense of humor kept us all laughing. We still hear his laughter. Scott loved his children’s friends, old and new and had a special place in his hearts for his pets. He was predeceased by his son, Shawn R. Morin who was a third generation navy member in the Morin family. Scott will be missed and remains in our hearts forever as he walks with Jesus. Until we meet again.


  • Will Naeve, Pallbearer
  • Nicholas Morin, Pallbearer
  • Nathan Scott Morin, Pallbearer
  • Nick Bedford, Pallbearer
  • Jesse Jacobs, Pallbearer
  • John Coutee, Pallbearer


28 July

Funeral Service

9:30 am - 10:30 am

Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary & Cemetery

Pavilion of Reflection

7777 West 29th Ave
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

5 August

Committal Service

1:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Ft. Logan National Cemetery

Staging Area "B"

4400 W. Kenyon Ave.
Denver, CO 80236


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Doug & Pam Hamilton

July 27, 2021

The first time we met Scott was when we bought the house next door to him in Bailey in September of 2017. We weren't even moved in yet. Scott came over and introduced himself and asked if we would mind if he plowed our driveway in the winters. And of course, he did. When we finally brought our trailer full of boxes to move in, Scott walked over and just pitched in and helped us carry boxes inside and didn't quit until the trailer was empty.

He would often come over and we would visit and drink coffee. He had a great personality and sense of humor. He could always make you laugh. He would come by to warn us when he'd see fox or bear in the area and tell us to look out when we let "Fido" out. (nickname he had for our dog).

Our driveway goes by his house. We always stopped to chat. Sometimes he would see us coming and jump out from behind a tree. He has met both Doug's parents & Pam's. Also, Pam's sister and Doug's brother. Scott made quite the impression on them too. He was a Good-Hearted man and the best neighbor and friend anyone could ask for. We miss him dearly.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Kit and your entire family! If you need anything at all, we're here.

Don Vigil

July 27, 2021

Gonna miss you Scott.....we had many good memories and fun times working together...he was quite the jokester. Scott was always there for you if you needed anything.......a very special friend......we will see each other again no doubt in eternity and will fellowship with no goodbyes...... will miss you immensely.... please email me Kit with your tn#

Bernadette Vigil

July 26, 2021

My husband Don Vigil worked with Scott at the phone company Mountain Bell then Quest, in the early years, they became very very good friends, like brothers, we would have him over to eat dinner at our home in Arvada, we helped him move several times and loved spending time talking to him, when we moved to Kansas and would go home to Denver to visit, Scott would always come and spend time with us at our sons house or we would go out to eat dinner!! Don and him would talk for hours on the phone and I would always say tell Scotty Too Hottie Hi for me, he would laugh but loved that name!!! The world is a less better place now without him to brighten it!!! Go Rest High On That Mountain Dearest Friend and we shall see you again, love you forever, may the Lord comfort Kit and the entire Family our love and prayers are with you all🌹♥️

Elaine Dempster

July 25, 2021

Kit and children, Lisa and Neil, and sweet Kim, thank you for sharing these beautiful pictures of Scott and his family.
He was a wonderful man who brightened the world while he was in it.
God bless you all

Susan Fournier

July 24, 2021

We were so sadden to hear of Scott's passing. We have a lot of fond memories of him. Sending our thoughts and prayers to Lisa, Kim and Kit and family. Ronnie and Susan Fournier

Jack Sutherland

July 24, 2021

My condolences to Scott’s family. Scott was a great friend during our high school years and we tagged along with each other often. I was so pleased when he called me unexpectedly about a year ago after I relocated to NC, and we caught up with many shared memories. May God grant you great grace as you grieve Scott being called home.

Robert and Kathi Beaulieu

July 24, 2021

We were so sad to hear of Scott’s passing. We always loved spending time with him and his family, and receiving his random phone calls pretending to be someone else. The family is in our thoughts and prayers.

Debbie Morrow Michaud

July 24, 2021

Sending my condolences to Scott’s family. So sad to hear of his passing. He was a very sweet, kind person.

Cynthia (Morin) Wilcox

July 24, 2021

Scott was one of 13 grandchildren in the Morin family, and the oldest of three grandsons. One of my favorite cousin memories is eating at Memere’s house on Saturday nights when she made New England baked beans and French-Acadian ployes. Her home was filled with love; bodies were nourished as well as souls. After the meal, we listened to family stories. Scott was great at keeping everyone entertained with his wonderful sense of humor.
When Dad died in 2010, Scott called us from Colorado. We put him on speaker phone and he cheered up our family with stories of our dad, his Uncle Eddie. We so appreciated his phone call and thoughtfulness.
To Scott’s family, please know we grieve with you and keep you in our prayers.

Mary Ellen (Morin) Violette

July 23, 2021

Scott was my first cousin, and I will always remember him as jovial, funny and quite the jokester. When he was born, Scott was the first grandson of our grandparents (Alcide, commonly referred to as "Papo" and Elsie Morin). This made him very special, and he spent a lot of time with them growing up. I was glad to be able to see Scott the last time he was in Maine, and he was the same ole' Scott! Laughing, sharing memories and flashing that all familiar grin! He will be missed. Rest In Peace Scott, and know that you were always loved by family and friends alike!