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MARK A. SCOTT
April 25, 1963 ˜ May 7, 2020

Mark A. Scott passed away on May 7, 2020. In 2018, he was diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer. Mark was born in Portland, Oregon on April 25, 1963. He graduated from Columbia River High School in 1981.
He then went to work for Badgley Manufacturing in Portland. Mark got his start in the electrical industry in lighting maintenance at Stoner Electric when he was 19. He entered the apprenticeship program and worked as an electrician/job foreman. In 1995 he was promoted to project manager/estimator. In 2015 he was named VP. One year later Mark was named President of The Stoner Electric Group.
He enjoyed hunting, fishing, clamming, golf, family and friends.
Mark is survived by his wife Sheri of 25 years. Mark has a son, Andrew; stepdaughter, Alesha Peterson (Nick); 2 grandchildren, Owen and Quinn Marie; stepson, Anthony Imholt; parents, Dale and Carol Scott; brother, Mike Scott (Tammy); niece, Amanda Keser (Nick); and nephew, Luke Scott. Mark will be missed by all who knew and loved him. Thank you LCHS!
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American Brain Foundation.
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Published in The Columbian on May 17, 2020.
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June 14, 2020
Mark may be gone from our sight, but he will never be gone from our memories. He was taken from us way too early. The family is in our thoughts and prayers.
Mark and Karyn Jochim
Friend
June 11, 2020
Mark,
The things we did together as kids, and as adults puts a BIG smile on my face and Happiness in my Heart!
I miss you and Love you very much Cuz!
Kristi Eten
Family
June 9, 2020
Our fondest memories of Mark are of our many fishing expeditions over the last 30+ years. This picture is just one example. 2016 Tuna classic in Garibaldi. We are missing the hell out of you Mark. Tight lines!
Mike and Sharon Falconer
Friend
June 7, 2020
Mark, thanks for the beautiful memories you're left with us. We miss you, we love you...
Rest in peace Dear Son, Dad and Mom
Carol. D Scott
June 6, 2020
Uncle Mark,
Thank you for always being there for myself and brother growing up. I will always remember your hard work and dedication to our family. I feel your spirit with me all the time.
Love,
Amanda
Amanda Keser
Family
June 6, 2020
June 6, 2020
Thank you for some of the best times, deep conversations, loyal friendship and your passion for family. Well see you on the other side, Brother.
Cory & Jill Riedel
Friend
June 5, 2020
Sheri, with heavy hearts love and prayers for you and your family.
Janine and Doug Julian
Janine Julian
Friend
May 27, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Gale Beagle
May 20, 2020
Please accept our warm and heart felt condolences. Mark touched many lives, each of us had a pain in our heart when we heard he had passed, yet we rejoice that his suffering is over. Please know that we are praying for your family. You are in our hearts and on our minds.
Ryan and Lyzz Wells
May 20, 2020
Scott family, I am so sorry to hear about Mark. Besides babysitting him and Mike, we spent loads of time camping together when we were much younger. Dale and Carol and Mike, sending hugs and prayers to you and the rest of you family. Love you.....
Debi Mahoney
May 20, 2020
Mark, I miss you already bud.
Marty Smith
May 19, 2020
Oh my gosh this is just sad news. I was a school mate of Mark's and most recently saw him about 10 years ago in his office at Stoner Electric, we had a chance to reminisce about our school and the times we spent up at Yale Lake fishing and water skiing, very good memories...although we did not stay in touch very well I do know he was a good person and someone I call a friend.
Blessings to all of his friends and family.
Mike Johansen
Mike Johansen
May 18, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss. I pray God will hold your family close and you will all feel his peace.
I went to school with Carol and worked with Dale.
Joan Campbell Fifer and Bob Fifer
May 17, 2020
Our family has lost a husband, father, grandfather, son, uncle, and a friend!!! He touched the lives of so many and we are so blessed to have had such an amazing man in our lives.

Love you,
Always & Forever
May 17, 2020
Mark Scott / David Z
Sheri and Andrew as you already know, there is not enough room on this page to express my 57 yrs of love and friendship that Mark and I had. I think of him every day and as long as my memory serves me, I always will. Love you guys.
David Zimmerly
May 17, 2020
David Zimmerly
May 17, 2020
Mark was as close as a brother to both of us, and like an Uncle to our children.Our families have been and always will be extremely tight knit. We will always remember the family gatherings, get together and vacations, and the fun that we always had together. Mark was a big part of our lives and will always be missed by all of the deVincenzi family. Sheri, Andrew and the entire Scott family will remain as always, in our thoughts and prayers. We will always remain thankful for the times that we had with our brother Mark, during his life with us.
Dean & Isabel deVincenzi
May 17, 2020
Our nephew Mark was such a joy to be around. We got to watch Mark grow from that little curly haired boy into the very successful man he became while working at Stoner Electric.
Our family will cherish all the memories we had with Mark. We spent several family vacations together, many many weekends camping at Yale Lake, lots of family gatherings and sleep overs with the cousins.
Marks love for fishing was a great gift to us. Mark was very generous sharing his fish whether it was a fish fry at the river or sending us home with several packages of fresh salmon or halibut he caught in Alaska... it was such a delicious yummy treat.
Well definitely miss Marks happy, fun personality. He knew how to have a good time with lots of laughter and fun with his family and friends.
Our family will always remember Mark and all the happiness he shared with each one of us.

He will be missed.

Roy, Sharon
Jeff, Cindy, Ryan and Kyle
Kelly, Marc, Adam and Austin

Roy and Sharon Kamp
May 17, 2020
There are no words to express our deepest sympathy for your loss. Please know that you all are in our thoughts & prayers. May your memories forever be tucked tightly in your hearts with all your love.
Author unknown: but I love this...
Perhaps they are not stars,
but openings in the Heaven
where the love of our lost ones
pour through and shine upon us
to let us know they are happy
Our love, Gary & Darla
Darla Warner
May 17, 2020
My deepest condolences to Sheri, Andrew and the entire Scott family.Mark's presence will be missed and I will always remember him and be thankful to him. May he rest in peace.
Dan Tonkovich
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