Grahame, John 'Scott'

Grahame, John 'Scott'

June 8th, 2020

After a short but valiant struggle, Scott Grahame sadly passed away on Monday, June 8, 2020, at the age of 65. Scott was a skilled tradesman and worked in construction all his life as the owner of Grahame Contracting. He loved anything fast: trucks, motorcycles, boats, enjoyed his time with friends and was dedicated to his family. Scott is remembered with love by his wife of 43 years, Susan, his son Sean (Janelle) and grandson Kendrick. He will be forever missed by his mother, Leone; brother, Steven; nieces Stephanie and Lindsay; mother-in-law Beverley; and will be fondly remembered by the Routley family. Predeceased by his father, Jack, who passed away in 1991. A celebration of Scott’s life will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Scott's memory to Cystic Fibrosis Canada. 

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Randy McInnes We had a blast friend . RIP
Brad ThodyRIP uncle Bill..many good memories
Terry spiers Very sad to hear scotty was my friend and contractor for over 30 plus years . Love you man.😥 🙏RIP So sorry Susan and your son
Jim ChannonA great guy and always enjoyed his company at the Oarhouse. Rest in peace my friend
Pat ChannonRIP Scotty ... A true gentleman. I will always remember your smile and polite personality. You will be greatly missed. Cheers Scotty.
Tim and Sandi JackMy sincere condolences he was a great friend and we had way too much fun working together! He will be truly missed by many take care Sue
Barb HughesCondolences, Sue. Treasure the memories.
Pat AdamsOur thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Sue through this difficult time. Bob Pat and Jamie Adams
Stacy PerryI’m so sorry for your loss! I’m praying for your family and friends.
Ron & Louise PaneOur thoughts and prayers are with you and all your families @ this time. May he rest in peace
Vince and SheilaWe will miss you Scotty. You always had a smile. Your kindness and beautiful pesonality will be remembered.
Sean Grahame Your in a better place old man. Glad Kendrick and I were able to share our first dirtbiking trip to St Williams with you before your last day. I'll never forget our times there 30 years ago
Stephanie FirmanI’ll miss you Uncle Scott. We were blessed to have you in our lives. Sleep well old man.
Erick and JanScott, we always loved your great spirit, and the love you had for any project you took on. You brightened our days with your smile and jokes. Remember Caesar hour ... you always made us wait. Sue, we are so sorry for your loss,. Please know that you are in our thoughts. Rest In Peace Scott. Love to you all.
Toni Abram and Brian JohnsonWe will miss you deeply our friend. Rest in Peace Scotty
Carey ThodyYou always like your happy place now your there Again Smitty will guide I’m sure will miss your comments and laughs we had
Sharon Rivard My deepest condolences to all the family. Love and Prayers always. May your time in Heaven be filled with great rejoicing as you greet all those who have gone before you Scott. You will be missed by many!
John ArnoldYou will never be forgotten. RIP my friend.
Mike and marilee wilton Well buddy old pal I am lost for words I can remember all the good and maybe a few bad memories over the past 26 years I am saddened that there will be no more but I am thankful for the ones I remember Love Willy
Colleen MitoulasMy deepest condolences to you Sue and your family. I always had fond memories of Scott. Sending you hugs.
Bernie SpencerSpike and I will miss your smiling face and kind jesters as we walk by and say "Hi". Scott you will be sadly missed by all. Keep smiling on the other side my friend. Rest in peace.💖 Dear Sue my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
BrownieIt seems that it was just the other day you were in at Oakridge ford.we chatted about that old truck of yours.many memories of 4x4ing with your black Toyota with “ratsky” as your co-pilot!we always had a few laughs when we got together Scott.you will be missed greatly.rest in piece my friend until we can enjoy a beverage once again.god bless your family!
Mike BlewettMy sincerest condolences to Susan and the family. Scott my old friend, we had a lot of fun and I have a lot of great memories from the last 47 years. I will miss you a lot! Rest In Peace my friend
Janelle"White Pa" you were a legend. You gave the biggest and best bear hugs and had the greatest smile. You definitely loved your family and would do anything for them. We will miss you like crazy. Xoxo 💙❤💚
Julie McTavish My deepest sincere condolences to you and Sean. I have fond memories of Scott when Sean & Ty were playmates. I wasn’t crazy about Scott’s snake though. All the best, Love Julie
John and Beryle CampbellScott was a long-time valued neighbour who often did superb carpentry work for us and shared friendships. Sincere condolences to Susan and Sean and Kendrick, we are thinking of you.
Jenn BaileyMy deepest condolences. Mr. Grahame was a great man and I have so many memories of him throughout high school and being friends with Sean. I am thinking of the whole family. Rest in peace ❤
Bea JonesSue, our deepest condolences for the loss of Scott. He was always out there on the porch patrolling speeders in the neighbourhood and loved all of our dogs as anyone walked by. We are so sorry for your loss. His time ran out, a tad early I'd say but I can tell from all the stories that he had a lot of fun, played hard, made and kept great friends. Please take care of yourself. One day at a time. Luv Bea and Dan Jones
Ronalee Porter Dear Sue and family. I am so very sorry for your loss. Although I didn’t know Scott, from the comments about Scott above, I can tell he was a good man and a caring loving friend and hubby. Hugs
Jessie FuroyI first met Scott on his birthday at the Oarhouse. Thinking back I believe Stephanie and I were underage - he was clearly a favourite regular and I do believe we got served! - fast forward 10 years, I got a job working at the Oarhouse. Scott was one of the first familiar faces I came to know. I am guilty of joining in on the relentless teasing that if he was ever to visit in anything other then a crisp, clean, white t-shirt - no one would recognize him! - thanks for the kindness Scott:) xo Jessie:)
Chris Routley Scotty was a great brother in law and great friend. Cherish my time and memories with him. Scotty was the type of guy everyone liked, genuine personality. I am privileged to have known him and learned much from him. We joked and i called you (the legend) and you were. A class act on how you treated and had time for others. One I will try to follow... A beer and shot of black zam to you brother
Pam TunksOh Susan - so very sorry for your loss. Carey & I so enjoyed those Caesars at the trailer with you & Scotty. The world has certainly lost a very funny man with such a great sense of humour. Again - my sincerest condolences Sue & family & RIP Scotty.
Fred KabakosI will always remember the crazy, good times that I enjoyed with you. RIP Scott
Maria and Randy BowdenSusan and Sean our deepest condolences from the entire Bowden family ...Don and Donna who have passed away used to babysit Sean on Duchess Ave ... lots of good memories ... you were wonderful neighbours ... sending you all love and strength.... Randy,Maria,Sheena,Paul, and Julia Bowden
Herald KrimmerSincerest condolences to you and your family Sue. Scott is in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace Scott. ....Herald
Marilyn McMahonFraser , Jill and myself always enjoyed our “run ins” with Scotty, usually at the Oarhouse. Such a happy guy with a great smile for everyone. So sorry for your loss Sean and family.
Margie PixtonWas very saddened to read this news in the paper. Tara and I last saw Scotty last fall, and he spoke at great length about his pride and great love for his family. Sue, Sean and family. So sorry for your loss. He was such a pleasure to be around. Ryan, Margie &Tara
Jill MCMahonSad news to hear this today:( hope you are enjoying a pint with my bro! Always enjoyed your smiling face at the oar!
Jamie FosterI’m saddened to hear the news. I lived behind him for almost 4 years and enjoyed our conversations over the hedge. He always had stories and was a always a pleasure to talk to. RIP Scotty you will be missed
Joe PetersonMy condolences to the Grahams and all theirs, 20 years of great memories will never be forgotten. Much Love
Kari SpencerI had the pleasure of looking after Scott's smile for 7 years. He was always a pleasure in the office and always made us smile! So sorry for your loss, he is gone too soon.
Janet, Connie & Nancy Growing up Scott and Steve were like brothers to us three Armstrong girls. Although we haven't been in touch as much recently, Scott was someone we felt would always be there for us. It was very sad to learn of his passing. Scott will be remembered lovingly for his friendly, fun and generous nature. He was always smiling and brightening the lives he touched. He will be missed. Dad also sends sympathies to all.
Patrick and MoeOur deepest condolences to all 'Scotty's" family. He was a very 'special' person in our lives. He will be sadly missed. R.I.P my friend
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