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Friday, 26 September 2008

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Robert Heitner Jr

I've known Scott for over a decade and I can honestly say he was one of a kind. A true gentleman, a fine business man, a loving father and to many a dear friend. The world has lost a great man but God has brought home of his best children home where he will be in great company and pain free. Scott... I miss ya man. God Bless!

Danny Foster

I met Scott professionally while working here at Lann Chemical. I was asked to pick Scott up at the Memphis airport and bring him to Aberdeen (about 135 miles) so he could do some upgrades on our computer system. When asking him what he liked like (I had never met him before) he explained that he “looked like Santa Claus, but better looking!” After being with him all of two minutes, he wanted to go get a bar-b-que. I quickly found him one in Memphis. He wanted another one in Tupelo, so we ate again about two hours later. Guess what he had later that evening for supper? You got it. Bar-b-que.

I have not had the neither opportunity nor pleasure of meeting Jill. I can assure you that if Jill is anything like Scott, she is a wonderful person. I had had the distinct pleasure of meeting Heidi. We spent almost a week together on an upgrade to our local computer system. Heidi’s love and admiration for Scott is genuine and I see how Scott would entrust Stuart and Heidi with additional responsibilities. Scott was a very blessed man, and will be missed here at Lann Chemical. Steve and I have a special place in our hearts for Scott. Danny.

z

What a guy Scott must ahve been! I'm sorry I never met him. And I grieve for Jill, but am glad she has such good people in her life, especially Heidianne and her husband.

If Scott loved food that much to want bbq 3 times in one day, I KNOW we'd have been buddies! Heaven's a better place.

Karen

What a wonderful story about a truly good man. Sometimes people come into our lives at just the right time and we don't even realize it until much later. Your lovely tribute exudes your respect and fondness for the man.

I'm sorry for your loss. I'm happy for your memories.

themerrywidow

A beautiful tribute, Heidi! And a wonderful human being...may he rest in peace!
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!

tmw
Shana Tova!

nanc

heidianne - i'm sorry for your loss. i know how much you loved this person and how a great portion of your energies in the last few months were dedicated to seeing him finish well. God be with his and your family.

Otto - American Interests

A touching tribute Heidi. What a great line, "We shall never forget, but time will heal our frayed souls and fractured hearts."
Take care
~Otto

miradena

Heidianne -What a lovely tribute to an obviously loved man.

My deepest condolences to you, as well as to any other person who was blessed enough to have been touched by the life of your friend, Scott. Perhaps, the best that we can hope for is a life "as full as the bay and its bounty," seasoned with special friendships.

"No strings, no questions - sometimes they just show up."
And we are all the better for it.

Pinky

Wow, Heidianne.
I find it hard to come up with adequate words.
It gives me a sense of joy and peace to know that you experienced such love and friendship with Scott. It gives me hope to know that there are such people out there to meet and share life with. I'm happy for you to have known him, and we both know that you'll meet again.

Thank you for sharing your heart with us here, and for sharing a bit of Scott. I feel blessed.

Much love.

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