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Another early memory, was when Scott was about two and half years old. We were having Thanksgiving dinner at our house. Scott's Mom had prepared a huge turkey dinner with all the trimmings. The dining room table was filled with food and company was arriving immediately. As the first car pulled up in front of the house. I went to the front door to greet our guests. Suddenly, I looked back towards the dining room, just in time to see Scott climbing onto the dining room table. While standing on the table, Scott jumped forward and grabbed the hanging dining room light fixture. There was Scott, swinging back and forth over all the food on the table. Having a blast and laughing loudly. Taking risks and chances was Scott's forte and as you can see he started very early. Love-Dad

Added: June 08, 2005
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One of my first memories starts when Scott was around two years old. It was a hot summer day and all the windows and doors were open to let whatever breeze there was into the house. Scott was sitting in the middle of the living room playing with his toys. I was working outside and his Mom was cleaning the kitchen. I came into the house and Scott was not sitting there anymore. I asked his Mom, where was Scott? Frantically, we began calling his name and looking throughout the house for him. We searched inside and outside. Finally, I came inside to call the police. Suddenly, I heard a faint laughing sound. I went to the lamp table and opened the small door. There was Scott, curled up into a tiny ball laughing at me. Even at this early stage, Scott had a unique sense of humor. It was this humor that made Scott the person he was. I miss those days dearly, and I miss Scott even more. It is memories like this that has kept Scott alive with me every day. Love-Dad

Added: June 07, 2005
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Scott was the best brother I could have ever asked for. As we were getting older we were getting closer and closer. I have so many great memories of him I figured I would share one every now and then. One memory I have is going to visit him in the World Trade Center. I came up to his office where he took me on a tour around the floor. I remember him telling me that I should get into computers because he thought I would be good and I could get a job with him. At that time I did not even have my first computer and thought he had no clue what he was talking about, but in retrospect he was right. We then went out with his colleagues to a bar, shot pool shared stories and had a great night. I miss my brother and miss not being able to make new memories.

Added: June 06, 2005
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