LOWVILLE – Scott W.
Brigham, 53, passed away on Thursday, September 30 at SamaritanMedicalCenter,
after succumbing to complications related to COVID. Calling hours are
from to on Thursday, October 7, 2021, at Sundquist Funeral Home, Inc., 7676 North State Street,
Lowville. A ceremony of full military honors will be held at
Veteran’s Memorial Park immediately following. The family asks that you
follow COVID guidelines, wear a mask if you’re not vaccinated, please don’t
attend if you’re symptomatic and practice social distancing.
Scott was born on
May 1, 1968
at The House of the Good Samaritan, WatertownNY, a son of William H. and
Patricia A. (Prue) Brigham. He graduated from LowvilleAcademy
and CentralSchool in 1987. He entered the
United States Army, Airborne in 1987 and was honorably discharged in 1995
as a SPC E4. He later
worked as a CNA for Samaritan
Keep Home in Watertown,
NY. He worked for Fibermark/Neenah as a coating machine operator from
2003 until the time of his death. He was a member of the Lowville American
Legion, Post 162 and the United Steelworkers
Union, local 1988.
Scott is survived
by his mother Patricia A. Brigham and his loving siblings Vickie L. (Leon),
Christine R. and Timothy S., all of Lowville, NY.
He is also survived by his children Casey S. Brigham, Ketchikan, AK;
Jennifer L. Brigham Anchorage, AK, Daven J. Brigham, Carthage, NY, Kearstin J. (Jonathan) Rodriguez, Carthage, NY, Joshua
Brigham of Beaver Falls, NY and Justin Brigham of Lowville, NY, a grandson Kaedyn W. Brigham of Anchorage, AK, his paternal Uncle Adleor (Colleen) Brigham of Eagle Bay, NY, paternal
Aunt Cherie Brigham of Lowville, NY, several cousins, nieces, nephews, his
fiancée Shay Park-Richards, and her children Kurtis H. (Daina)
Dicob and Kane T. Richards.
predeceased by his father William H. Brigham Jr., his paternal grandparents
William H. Brigham, Sr. and Leona L. (Ortlieb) Brigham, his maternal grandparents Lester W.
and Evangeline (Trombley) Prue, paternal Uncle Leroy A. (Butch) Brigham,
and maternal Aunt Pamela (Prue) Hyatt.
Anyone who knew
Scott would tell you how quick witted he was and how much he loved to pick
on and tease others. He was ferociously loyal to those he loved. Scott was
also dedicated to his work family at Neenah.
He enjoyed watching movies, was an outdoorsman, enjoyed traveling,
attending concerts, spending time with friends at the American Legion and
visiting Turning Stone. He and Shay intended to marry on October 30, 2021
in Niagara Falls.
They planned an elopement to surprise their friends and family. Two
previous marriages ended in divorce.
be made in Scott’s memory to the Lowville American Legion, Post 162, 5383 Dayan Street, Lowville, NY13367.