Scott Botterill

In Memorial

It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Donald Scott Botterill on January 25th, 2013. He was predeceased by his brother Richard in 2005. He leaves behind to mourn his beloved son Gary of Maple Ridge, his parents Art and Ann Botterill or Nanaimo, his brother Laurie (Gail) of Mission, his dear sister Allison Finney of Nanaimo and Gary’s mother Janice Pierce of Maple Ridge. He will also be sadly missed by nieces and nephews Kathleen (Lee), Paul (Dana), Meghan, and Breanne. He will be missed by many friends and co-workers that he has known over the years. We shall love you Scott and remember you forever. No service held at Scott’s request. Expressions of sympathy can be made below.

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  1. Marilyn & Dave Passmore & family

    We were shocked and so very saddened to hear of Scott’s sudden passing. How glad I am that we had the opportunity to re-connect at the McDonald reunion in 2008; he was just as much fun and as prone to tease me as ever. I will treasure that fond memory. I am comforted to know he was met by Richard, my Dad, Lloyd, Nana Jean and Grampa Willard and imagine their reunion is just as joyful.

    Much love to you all as you traverse this sorrowful road; our hearts are heavy and with you. xoxo

    and special love to you Auntie Ann & Uncle Art. MJ

  2. To all of the family of Scott Botterill. Please accept our sincere sympathy, may many fond memories make each day a little easier! Love Colleen, Hugh, Cody and Nina Forsberg. XXX000

  3. Sheila Guiry and Shirley Cave

    Shirley and I both know the heartbreak you are all going through at this time and we are so saddened with the passing of Scott. I believe Scott and my young Ron were likely about the same age (1957) and of course I miss him still and always will. There will of course be many family members ready to welcome Scott home and I’m sure that reunion has already begun. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Lovingly, Sheila and Shirley

  4. Sending my love and support to all of you for your sudden loss. For me Scott will spark memories of Playing hide and seek in your basement. Though many years have past since those days the peels of laughter still bubble up in my mind. Thank you for the gift of great memories Scott. You will be remembered with love.
    Your cousin,

  5. Aunt Ann, Uncle Art, Laurie/Gail, Allison, Gary and extended family, please know how saddened I was to hear of the news of Scott’s passing. I, like Kathy have some very fond memories of Scott when I used to stay at your house and will treasure them always. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
    Brian, Joan, Ed & Elise

  6. I am so saddened to hear about Scott’s passing. Scott was a custodian at Westview Secondary School where I was Principal for several years. He and I talked and shared stories almost everyday, even if just for a few minutes. I consider it an honour to have worked with him. He had a great work ethic and could always be counted on to lend a hand. It did not take long for me to consider Scott a friend. He was loyal, a “straight shooter” whom I got on with right away. To Laurie and the rest of Scott’s family, know that you are in my thoughts. Scott, you will not be forgotten.

  7. Kris and I are so sad that Scott has passed away. I worked with Scott at Westview Secondary and we became friends during that time. He was a hard worker with high expectations and he earned my respect and friendship. While we worked hard, we also had a lot of fun together as a team. Our hearts go out to Scott’s family. Please know that those who knew Scott will remember him fondly and he will be missed by all of us. To Laurie, I’ll help you through this in any way I can.
    Mick & Kris Crawford

  8. I am so saddened to hear that scott passed away,I worked with scott at westview secondary school for 3 years.He was a really a great guy, fun ,considerate , hardworking . After i left Westview, Scott and i kept in-contact over the years we would talk over the phone every couple of weeks just to check on how things were going with each other,our phone conversations would last at least 40 min.I will always remember our conversations .To Laurie and the rest of the family, you are in my thoughts,and i’m so sorry for your loss.Scott i will never forget you,and i will miss you always.

  9. I met Scott while he was working at my children’s schools in Pitt Meadows some years back and we would miss him if he had to be tranferred to work at another school. He was such a kind, gentle man who had such a great smile. I know he will be very missed by his family and friends – my heartfelt sympathies to you all.

  10. Art , Anne ,Allison & family,
    So very sorry to hear of Scott’s sudden passing!
    I will always remember his playful grin and laughter.
    He was a great guy!!

  11. Debra Hovi Douglas

    Thinking of you Allison… and good memories of Scott. So sorry to hear of his passing. With love to you and your family

  12. I worked with Scott as a custodian and am now retired. So sorry for your loss. I would like to send a special hello to Scott’s brother Laurie and tell him how much I enjoyed working with him and his brother.

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