Scott C. Tice

January 20, 1975 - June 26, 2015
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Scott C. Tice, 40, of Rising Sun, MD died unexpectedly of natural causes at his home with his wife and son, Friday, June 26, 2015. Scott was born in West Chester, PA on January 20, 1975. He graduated from Perryville High School in 1993. He was a singer/songwriter and a lover of music. In hisContinue Reading

Harold Thompson left a message on July 4, 2015:
Our deepest sympathy to your father and your family.
Pam Kennedy left a message on July 3, 2015:
Scott was so full of life and love for you both, Sarah and Ethan. Mark and I enjoyed spending practices and games for DDSC with Coach Scott and passionate fan! He will be dearly missed and will never be forgotten. Prayers to the entire family.
Danielle Quinn-Rice left a message on July 3, 2015:
Marcus and I sincerely give our condolences. Scott was a great friend throughout school and beyond. He must have known his time was short here on earth. His opinion was the way most of us felt. He stated his concerns perfectly. Another friend and angel called home way to soon. I thank the Lord for allowing us to meet many many years ago. We thank God for you and know you are an agel soaring with him. May the Lord comfort Ethan and Sarah during this time. We will miss you our friend. Love always Danielle and Marcus Rice. RIP SCOTT TICE..Gone way to soon but will never be forgotten.
MR & Mrs Liahue Gentry Jr Doll&Junior left a message on July 3, 2015:
our deepest sympathy you will be in our hearts thoughts and prayer
Jay Andrews left a message on July 3, 2015:
Rest peacefully my friend. You will definetly be missed. May my thoughts and condolences be with your family and friends through this time. I am grateful I was able to know you for your time here. It had been too long since last seeing you. I will never forget that drive across the country to San Diego with you in Eve Browns old Mercedes(what a long ride at 55mph). Or the time you had to scramble to climb out of the passenger window of the broken door of my Chevette at a red light as we blaring Pearl Jam and my car was filling with smoke from wiring catching on fire under the dash and floor, then putting it out to climb back in to go about our day. You have lived well and have obviously left your mark on the world in many ways. You will never be forgotten. I love you and miss you. Jay Andrews, Acworth Georgia
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Rose left a message on July 3, 2015:
I knew who Scott was but never had the pleasure of "really" knowing him. After reading all of the comments I now know why my daughter( Danielle ) was so fond of him as she also is of Sarah and Ethan. I feel very unlucky to not have known such a wonderful soul. Sarah and Ethan just remember,you will always have a gaurdian angel watching over you. God Bless. R.I.P.Scott......
Linda shroyer left a message on July 2, 2015:
He was truly one of a kind. He will be missed.
Danielle Klotz left a message on July 2, 2015:
Scott you were one of a kind. Please continue to watch over your family. We will remember you with smiles on our faces, but miss you forever. Love you and thank you for all you have done! Danielle
Jim Wilson left a message on July 2, 2015:
Loved the man's humor . He could always make me laugh . He was an asset to my recovery and a lot of others, that I know. He will be missed.
John,Ronda and Jr Gonzales left a message on July 2, 2015:
So sad to hear of this tragic loss... What a man.. He helped me in ways I will never forget.. His presence was soothing and just knowing you guys were next door was a great comfort... Our son John Anthony really enjoyed going over to play with Ethan, but to also just hang out and enjoy the fun family atmosphere you had.. He truely has gone way too soon.. Thoughts and prayers are with you all..
The Kunkel Family left a message on July 2, 2015:
Sarah & Ethan - We are here if you need anything in the days ahead
Dave Lascko left a message on July 2, 2015:
To meet Scott once you felt you knew him for years.He was such a nice guy. He will be missed.
Amelia Brown left a message on July 2, 2015:
So many great memories of Scott have been running through my head...I only wish I could have spent more time with you during your beautiful chapter of life together. It seemed he was his best man when you were together - and that's saying something since no matter what stage of life Scott was in, he seemed to teach, entertain and touch people everywhere he went... The Schnicks and Browns have been "extended" family for a long time, and we are here for you...I hope when things quiet down we can spend some time together. Take care honey - we love you and Ethan...and will always carry a deep love for Tice in our hearts.
Sierra McElyea left a message on July 2, 2015:
Love and miss you Scott. I will never forget our weekends going to Ethans games and watching football. Im proud to have been apart of your life, and I will remember everything you taught me. You were a really amazing individual.
Helen Chappell (Weeze) left a message on July 2, 2015:
I feel so fortunate to have known Tice. His humor, his originality and his enthusiasm were all contagious. The world is a lesser place for his having left it. But we're lucky to have had him as long as we did. Prayers and thoughts to Sarah, Ethan and the family.
Sandy rebar left a message on July 1, 2015:
Sarah and Ethan the Rebar families hearts and prayers are with you! We will miss Scott helping on the field and chatting on the sidelines. What a great guy.
Jenni Graves left a message on July 1, 2015:
The last time I saw Scott was shortly before I left MD in 94. He, I, and Kenny Boyd spent several hours driving thru the quiet country roads of Cecil Co., in the boat of the car that he had at the time, listening to music, and talking about our childhoods, music (of corse!), stopping at Dairy Queen, and just enjoying life that night! Scott was exactly as everyone describes him. Incredibly intelligent, funny as can be, and very, very, kind. I am proud to have called him my friend. And I am not the least bit surprised to learn of what a wonderful, loving husband and father he became. I loved reading his posts about Ethan's many accomplishments in school and baseball. He was a stand up and stand out guy. My sadness is shared by many.
Carmela Texiera left a message on July 1, 2015:
My thoughts and prayers are with you Sarah and Ethan! Scott will truly be missed by me and Alena. What a very special sweet spirit he had. I'm so happy to have known him and have been forever changed by his love and especially his great words of wisdom.
Joe Dubree left a message on July 1, 2015:
Scott was a brilliant,witty,funny,sarcastic,caring, loving,thoughtful human being, I am thankful to have known him and to call him a friend. I remember him from 7th grade, thinking this guy is fearless, it didn't matter how good he thought he was at something or how others thought, all that matter was he was going to do it full force. Dancing was one of those things, he would try breakdancing or any of the old hip hop moves and do it with no shame and a confidence that was inspiring for myself. He could talk trash with the best of them, whether it be playing Nintendo at Scott Cudmore's or during sports, he could make some want to take their ball and go home or others want to punch him but when all was said and done you just liked him even more. I remember running into Scott numerous times after school when he was living at the beach, he was as free spirited as ever and even more sarcastic...only he could flip around some sticks on the Boardwalk and have people give him money for doing so, that's who he was a free spirit with a fearless heart. I didn't see him for many years from that time until finally reconnecting hear on Facebook, I have many memories I could share but my last everlasting memory is him and I talking to phone for a long time just catching up, we spoke so long I kept him away from his house work, we talked about being stay home dads and even joked about talking every once in a while like housewives catching up on home lives. The love he had for his lil guy and wife was truly deep, he lived life fully and helped so many to be able to live their lives the same. My thoughts are with all who had the pleasure of knowing him, especially his family, wife and lil guy. I will miss you friend but will always treasure and keep the memories in my heart... R.I.P. Scott
Jennifer left a message on July 1, 2015:
Rest in Peace gentle man and wonderful father and husband. You have been a shining example of speaking the truth, living your word, truly loving the ones you care about, and making us all think. You will be missed, Scott. Sarah and Ethan, may you always feel Scott's love surround you.
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Josh Brown left a message on July 1, 2015:
Growing up Scott was just Brian's older brother to me. I really didn't know him that well back than. But a few years back Scott was one of many people who helped me out of a dark time in my life. I will always be grateful for the countless hours he took out if his life to help me. He was a beautiful human and will be missed by anyone who was lucky enough to know him.
Andrea left a message on July 1, 2015:
Rest easy, old friend. We had some times (especially at those Grateful Dead shows!). I am so proud of who you became. Until we meet again, Andie
Mike Ingerson left a message on July 1, 2015:
I would like to extend my deepest condolences to Scott's entire family in this difficult time. Scott and I were friends for a very very long time, I never saw that man in a bad mood, and I will always remember how he made being the only kid in a wheelchair in school easier for me. When you spoke to him, you knew that you had a genuine friend for life, I will always remember what a kind person he was, he always made time to include you in his conversations, no matter who he was talking to. RIP Scott, you will be sorely missed by all of us who had the honor of knowing you.
Steve Strong left a message on July 1, 2015:
Growing up with Scott we crossed paths many times. Whether it be at the Cudmores house playing video games,listening to nirvana" or just talking baseball. Scott had a brilliant mind and Myself and Scott Cudmore used to always tell him that. Scott was just flat out full of knowledge. Il remember scott wearing criss cross suspenders and dancing. Lol. He had a green and white pair.Il remember his love for the Pirates and his baseball IQ. Scott you will be missed dearly my friend! My sincere condolences go out to your entire family. Il always think of the good times brother. May you RIP. Xoxoxoxo
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