Scott Thomas Call

March 29, 1963 - June 05, 2013

Scott Thomas Call

March 29, 1963 - June 05, 2013


Scott was born to Lawrence T. and Joyce Call on March 29, 1963 in Bellingham. He passed away at his home in Custer on June 5, 2013 from a short battle with cancer. Scott graduated from Mt. Baker High School in 1982. He worked locally as a residential electrician for 25 years.
His big blue eyes, smile and recognizable laugh will be greatly missed. He was a loving and caring friend to many, including his faithful dog Scottie.
Scott is survived by his daughter Cami Zitter (Brandon), son Cody Call (Kayla), sister Karen Allen (Mike), brothers Larry Call and Tim Call (Tracey), 2 granddaughters Aubree and Zaylee Zitter, and 8 nieces and nephews.
We will forever cherish the good memories of Scott close to our hearts.

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5 responses to Scott Thomas Call

  1. Thinking of you. Thoughts and prayers with you at this time. Please call me Cody. Love you, Chrissy 360-325-5148

  2. So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Debbie & Steve

  3. I would like to express my sincere condolences to Scott’s family and friends. I find great comfort in the Bible’s promise at Revelation 21:4 where it says “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes , and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away”. I hope this promise brings you comfort as well. I am truly sorry for your loss.

  4. Dad not a day goes by that i dont think about you, i miss you and spent the last 8 years of my life everyday with you and each day i let loose of a tear and think about the pain you went through, you stayed so strong that you faught it til the end and i was with you all the way and that morning i found you i lost it, it was really hard to see my father gone and no longer alive, you were the greatest dad a kid could ask for and you were the nicest most caring giving person i knew and still know, rest in peace dad ill be with you again someday..-love, your son.

  5. Karen Allen says:

    “Henry” a nickname given to you by your Dad when you were little. You had hardly any hair when you were born and what you did have was so white you could hardly see it on your big round head. Hence the nickname “Henry” (from the cartoon character) stuck with you forever.
    When your friends from school would call for you at home and ask for Henry…Mom would say “There’s no Henry here!” and hang up. Needless to say she was not as fond of your nickname as everyone else. She loved you very much.

    You and I had a special bond. I will forever remember the good times we had. You were always so kind, loving, forgiving and held no grudges. A sweet and gentle soul.

    Missing you Scott, Henry, my little brother. Always in my heart, Your loving Big Sister, Karen Joyce Allen

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