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In Memory of Scott

My Brother Scott Gazley , struggled with addiction for a long time. He had started on pain meds due to his back pain, then he turned to harder drugs. He was addicted to heroine. He did go to rehab back in 2012 and then he was doing well for quite awhile. But I guess the demons from his past caught back up with him.

He passed away Aug 30th 2019 from accidental heroine overdose, positive it was laced with fentanyl, as we havent got the toxicology report back yet. Scott had turned 50 on June 5th, he was my big brother, he was a prankster, loved to make everyone laugh!! Most importantly he was a father , a son , a boyfriend, to his very sweet girl, Kristy ! A brother ,uncle cousin and friend. To read all these other memorials it breaks my heart so.i am so sorry for your losses also!

I know what it’s like to get that call, one of the worst days of my life! But I want to keep my brothers memory alive! And his death or any of these people that lost to this awful addiction, will not have died in vain! I miss you big brother! Rest in Heaven!

by Bonnie, Scott’s Sister

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