Scott Hartley

Born on October 22, 1963 in Virginia Beach, Virginia
Departed May 15, 2022 in Melbourne, Florida

Scott Hartley of Indialantic, Florida passed at Holmes Regional Medical Center in comfort on Sunday, May 15th.

Scott is survived by his wife of 22 years, Lauris Cady; six fur babies: Copy Cat and Ms. Fax of Atlantic Pack and Parcel and Neeco; Reese, Taffy and Frosty. His sister-in-law: Johanna D Cady of Maine and sister-in-law Gillian P Cady-Lee and brother-in-law, Robert T. Lee of Florida. Scott was a great friend to many and often called his friends brother and sister as he felt that they were.

Scott was born October 22, 1963, Virginia Beach, Virginia. He moved to Melbourne, Florida to work as an EMT for Harbor City Volunteer Ambulance Corps and then as a First Flight dispatcher and ER Tech/EMT at Parrish Medical Center and then off to Indian River Memorial Hospital as an EMT. He met his wife while they both worked at Coastal Health Systems of Brevard Inc.

Scott always dreamt of having a small business in a small town similar to those he experienced as a child when he visited his grandparents in Lincoln, New Hampshire. His dream was realized when he and his wife bought a small business in Indialantic in 2011. Their dedication to customer service, the community and helping others is what make their shop memorable (along with Scott’s love of vintage lunchboxes and cars).

Per his wishes, Scott will be cremated with no service. In lieu of flowers those who wish to honor Scott’s memory please make a donation to a local cat rescue in his name. For all who knew him, his jokes will be forever remembered – remember the one the peanuts are complimentary?

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Charlene Hemmle from Indialantic wrote on June 25, 2022:
So happy to have know him. His spirit will live on through APP!
Jake ONeill from WEST MELBOURNE wrote on June 17, 2022:
One Of The Best Boss's & Friends I could Have... RIP Bud, Condolences To Lauris..
Martha Young from Indialantic, FL wrote on June 7, 2022:
Deeply saddened to hear of this great loss to our beachside community. My condolences to Lauris, as well as Scott’s family & friends. The APP staff have always gone above & beyond with outstanding, friendly customer service for years, thanks to Scott’s guidance. His banter & jokes kept the good vibes flowing & will be greatly missed. Prayers uplifted for a good man, noble in spirit. RIP, friend.
brandon gale from Richardson wrote on June 2, 2022:
Lauris, I was shocked to hear about Scott--what a fantastic guy who always had an upbeat, enthusiastic attitude that was contagious. I am certain Scott was a positive influence on everyone he met. My deepest sympathies
Suzanne and Mike Stapleton from Gainesville FL wrote on May 30, 2022:
Scott is sorely missed by many. His kindness and humor brought out the best in everybody. May he Rest In Peace. And May the rest of us find peace and joy in honoring him. We’re praying for you especially, Lauris. Love from the Stapletons
Karen Ludeman from Palm Bay wrote on May 24, 2022:
Hi Lauris, Scott sounds like an amazing, fun guy! I know he will always have a special place in your heart. Remember your friends during these tough days - we are a good distraction if nothing else! Love you! Karen
LAURIS from INDIALANTIC wrote on May 20, 2022:
Oh sweet friend and companion and business partner and spouse - I miss you. <3
Linda Hugdahl from Madison, WI wrote on May 20, 2022:
Lauris, I never met Scott but he sounds like he was the perfect match for you. I am so sad for his death. I hope good memories bring smiles.
Rich Liner from Melbourne wrote on May 19, 2022:
I thoughts and prayers go out to lauris and family . Scott was was a awesome person and will be missed.
Rhonda Graziani from Melbourne wrote on May 19, 2022:
My heartfelt sympathies, Lauris.
Paul & Bethany Tebane from Melbourne wrote on May 19, 2022:
Condolences on your loss. Scott's jokes / humor will be remembered. Paul & Bethany
Ed Hochard from Palm Bay wrote on May 19, 2022:
Scott, On to a much better life
Jay & Shannan Dragon from Satellite Beach wrote on May 19, 2022:
God bless old friend. We will meet again in the kingdom of the lord.
The McDonalds from Palm Bay Fl wrote on May 19, 2022:
We lost a friend that was always there when we needed help or support, he will be missed by everyone, the angels carried Scott home where he will have no pain and can walk and run again . We were blessed that he was a part of our lives. We are here for you Lauris! The Mac’s
Larry and Mary from Rochester, NY wrote on May 19, 2022:
Will be missed!!!
Wendy & Anthony Robinson from Indialantic wrote on May 19, 2022:
Your light and laughter will be greatly missed Scott. May you rest pain free in eternal heaven friend XOXO
GARY PARISH from INDIALANTIC wrote on May 19, 2022:
I didn't tell Lauris, but I came over to APP to hear the new jokes! You'll be missed.
Pat and Bill Bowman from Keswick, VA wrote on May 19, 2022:
Sending our love to you at this unspeakably sad time…knowing how your love of each other enriched the lives of so many, and brought smiles and laughter to your family and friends. In Scott’s honor and memory, and with the warmest chuckles, we promise not to donate peanuts to a fuzzy funny kitty cat rescue
Dana J Blanchard from Palm Bay, Fl wrote on May 19, 2022:
Lauris, I’m SO sorry for your loss!!! I really have no words that will accurately describe how I’m feeling right now. I remember the day you two were married. How absolutely radiant you looked and how happy Scott was. People always seem to say the same thing when things like this happen, but, Scott is no longer in any pain and I’m sure that’s such a relief for he AND you. My very deepest condolences and sympathies go out to you and your families. I’m at your disposal if you need anything.
Beverly Brace from Melbourne wrote on May 19, 2022:
I will miss you terribly. I will also miss your jokes. RIP my sweet man ❤️

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