Scott Lyle Cheldelin

September 17, 1963 - January 11, 2021
Moles Farewell Tributes - Greenacres

Scott Lyle Cheldelin

September 17, 1963 - January 11, 2021
Moles Farewell Tributes - Greenacres


Scott Lyle Cheldelin, age 57, passed away Tuesday, January 11, 2021. Born September 17, 1963, in Mount Vernon, Washington, Scott was raised near Lake Padden in Bellingham. He graduated from Sehome High School in 1983, where he enjoyed a lively athletic career playing football, basketball, and track.

Known to many as Slug, he also responded to Scooter, Bro, and Help, which he did readily to anyone in need. His prayometer was always full, as was his heart. He loved teasing his sisters and kids, scratch tickets, riding his motorcycle, and helping others.

He is survived by his parents Lyle and Yvonne Cheldelin, four sisters, Layne Martin, Patti (Kevin) Harbine, Lynda (James) Fell, and Stacy Roorda, two daughters Kasi (Michael) Bannerman, Amber Cheldelin, and son Chad Cheldelin, grandson Cooper Bannerman, two more grandkids on the way, six nieces and four nephews, and more grandnieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his niece Aly Fell, and both sets of grandparents.

Scott’s giant smile, warm hug, and genuine laugh will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He will be especially missed by his large family who are grateful for the 57 years of love and laughter.

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7 responses to Scott Lyle Cheldelin

  1. Scott I was so saddened to hear this news. We had just chatted recently. My thoughts and prayers to your entire family.

  2. Aunt Mary says:

    Scotty you are missed and our hearts are broken. Thank you for the phone calls over the years and especially the recent phone calls and our hilarious lunches at Dat Pho. Rest In Peace with Ally, Little Grandma and Grandpa. I know you are entertaining them!

  3. Rip Scott. You will be missed

  4. I will miss you brother!

  5. Jessiery says:

    I love and will miss you. Thank you for our time together

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