Scott was a great guy.
He had an extensive knowledge of the restaurant business and had been in it for more than 20 years.
In fact, he knew so much about this industry that one of his friends once said to him “if you ever write a book on how to be successful in restaurant management, I’ll buy it.”
Well Scott never did write that book but I’m sure he would have given some great advice based on his experience.
This is just one example of why Scott was such a remarkable person.
His enthusiasm for life and deep understanding of people made him someone who will be greatly missed by all those who were fortunate enough to know him well.
If you ever met Scott, there’s a good chance that he would have made your day.
For example, one night when I was feeling discouraged about my life and everything else going on around me, Scott approached me with his big smile and said “don’t worry man – we’re all in the same boat”.
His words put joy back into my heart for sure!
Scott had an infectious personality that helped people to see things in a positive way no matter what they were dealing with at the time.
This is just one of many reasons why everyone loved him so much!
He will never be forgotten by those who knew him best because he was always present as well as passionate about being alive!
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