Scott Bart's Guestbook



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3 Memories of Scott that make me smile:

1) Sleepovers in his house in 7th and 8th grade with Kenny Ruchala, Cormac Miller, Scott Goldberg, and Eddie Alvarez where we consumed illegal amounts of Jolt Cola and Doritos. I'm sure James has copies of the Huey Lewis and the News music video that we made in the Barts' basement.

2) Making Jack London's "Call of the Wild" video book report with Wendy Marcone for Ms. Lenet's English class. Production time was vastly underestimated as Wendy and I couldn't stop laughing. Scott's impersonation of a grandmother reading a bedtime story just slayed us.

3) (Sorry to Danny and Nancy for this one) Scott making a diagram of the placement of every single Precious Moments figurine in the Bart's living room prior to high school "gatherings& quot;. I would guess that there were probably 50-75 of the miniature statues and Scott would have estimated the value of them to be in the $150K to $200K range to justify his hairbrained scheme. Scott would remove said figurines for fear that they would be damaged which would lead to an unfathomable grounding. They were always returned to their exact location the next morning and Scott always made it through unscathed.

This day is always tough, but it always helps to incorporate some smiles with the tears. Scott, you are loved and missed buddy.


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I still think about you, Scott. I hope you're at peace.

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I'm thinking of you and your family today. Unfortunately I never got to meet you. However, through this website and the many stories I've heard from Kat and Renee I'm lucky enough to feel like I know you a bit. You definitely live on in memories and stories. Lots of love to your family today and always.

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Scott, I miss you buddy. I learned a lot about myself and how to approach life that year we lived together in Hart (in may have been Funnelle) at Oswego. Till this day I can't hear Queen without thinking about your love of the band and the many hours we spent listening to them. Today as tribute to you I will play Billy Joel in class all day and make time to tell my students about my brother and friend who genuinely smiled his way through life. Who always find away to brighten any room he walked into. They will learn about our Simpsons/90210/Melrose Place watch parties and how the accounting major I lived with somehow made me feel like an inadequate theatre major because his love for theatre and performing seemed boundless.
We miss you Scott and you will always be a part of who we are.


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Thinking of Scott and his family today. Did you all see the picture of the rainbow emerging from the World Trade Center site? I am not usually one for signs, but in this case I do think it is a sign from Scott and other peoples loved ones that they are still here, and they are looking down with happiness at the beautiful families that you have created in their absence.

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Always thinking about Scott, but most especially on this day!

Added: September 11, 2015
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Not sure where to start but I guess starting with saying I considered the Bart's like another family growing up is a good place. I loved their closeness and just the way their family was together. I envied Kat for having older siblings and thought it was the greatest when we were at her house and they tortured us. From the time I started thinking about having my own kids I always wanted to have a son first so my other kids would have a big brother to lead the way because of Scott. I have fond memories of playing soccer in their basement when Scott lived down there wondering what he would be doing or song he would be playing. I can remember going to see him at North's plays and thinking how great he was. My last memory of Scott was of when Kat and I went to his apartment in NJ for New Years Eve. Kat and I were away at separate colleges then but I'm so happy we were able to reconnect that night and go to Scott and Liz's party. I work in Jersey city now and think about that night a lot this time of year and all the other great memories I have of growing up being in the Bart household. Thank you Scott for always being someone to look up to and for the great memories you helped create growing up.

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Thoughts and prayers for the whole family... ❤️

Added: December 28, 2015
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Always thinking about Scott...may his memory continue to be a blessing to all who knew him

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I love reading all of these great stories about Scott. Even Though I've read most of them at some point or another, some of them are so hilarious that I laugh out loud every time. Like the one Renee wrote about Scott sneaking upstairs to read her Seventeen magazine or the one when Scott left the 4 marks from the couch in the new driveway asphalt. I enjoy seeing Scott live on through our family and knowing that his life was full and without regret. As we approach marking 14 years of living without Scott, I feel he is so present in so many ways. Through his parents and the incredible love and dedication that they have and show to each of their children (and the whole family), through his brothers and sisters in the way that they squeeze every ounce of joy from each moment, to his beautiful nieces and nephews that all enter this world with a piece of Scott's spirit of adventure and mishievousness...He is most certainly with us. With each passing year, I've found myself upset at the idea that we keep getting further and further from having known Scott. I realize that I'm looking at it the wrong way, with each passing year;we get closer and closer to knowing him again. until then, I'm fairly certain Scott wouldn't want us to waste one moment of our beautiful lives. With that in mind, I believe that Aunt Nancy, Uncle Danny, Kathryn, James and Renee have and continue to honor Scott in the most wonderful way possible--with life. Love you all so much. Love and miss you Scott. Until then...

Added: December 28, 2015
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