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600 Main Street
Delta, PA 17314
Phone: (717) 456-5915 or (800) 550-5915
Fax: (717)456-5795
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In Memory of
Scott David
McLaughlin
1973 - 2018
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"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
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Michael T Rogerson
"Scott you were a great guy that I got to know working @ The Home Depot and who I"
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Kitten
"Will miss you always and forever"
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Laurie
"Scott, You had this way of making everyone at ease, immediately. You were very"
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Lori McLaughlin (sister)
"To my big brother...I will always cherish every memory of you and hold on to tho"
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Aunt Debbie and Uncle Ron Ballweg
"We will never forget you Scott!"
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Susan Price
"We were not given much time to get to know you, but you had an infectious smile "
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Dan Hulsey
"Miss you Scott. It is an honor to know you."
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The Heinbaugh Family
"Our condolences to Scott’s family and all of his friends. "
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Lisa Atkins
"May he always watch over you both. xoxo"
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Cindy Dunphy
"Scott, you will be missed. Taken from us too soon. Rest in peace. "
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Barb Demos
"If you were lucky enough to meet Scott you liked him. He had a wonderful, gentl"
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Lisa Tierney
"I met Scott through Ali at HMH. I Only had a few casual conversations with Scott"
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Robin merkley
"You will be missed... love ya Scottie to hottie "
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Joe Huegelmeier Friend
"Only knew Scott for a short time, but what a great human being. Always looked fo"
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Michael Rogerson
"REST IN PEACE, SCOTT."
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Kris Thompson
"I light this candle in memory of Scott, to whom I have never met. But, knowing A"
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Bobbie Wilkerson
"My condolences and prayers to Eric and Deanna Clark and your family during this "
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Jim Casey and family
"In my short time knowing Scott, I never saw him without a smile on his face or a"
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Rachel Knight
"A good friend gone too soon."
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Jennifer and Faith Barnes
"Our deepest condolences. Ali, remember, I'm only a phone call away, I am prayin"
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Mike Corso
"Scott will be missed loved working with him. We always talked Jeeps. He was a Go"
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Dawn Marie Zeller
"Thank you for all the great memories, you were definitely one of a kind, our liv"
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Crissy
"Used to work with Scott many years ago at Depot. Just an overall great guy. RIP"
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Jeff Kossiakoff and family
"You will be missed by all of your coworkers family and friends may you R.I.P Sco"
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Madison Huller
"Rest in peace, you were like an uncle to me, love you uncle scott"
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Nicole Huller
"Rest In Peace my dear dear friend. I love you and will miss you dearly!"
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Carl Glackin
"My heart goes out to all the family of Scott. He was an awesome person and cowor"
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Rosemary Felts
"Scott and I worked together at Harford County Public Schools in the paint dept ."
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Life Story for Scott David McLaughlin

Scott David  McLaughlin
Lovingly written by his family...On Thursday September 20, 2018, Scott D. McLaughlin born July 13 1973, spent his last day doing just exactly what he loved, tinkering on his cars at his home in Whiteford, MD and making plans with good friends. A Jeep man at heart, he was so excited to display his latest acquisition, a slick Volkswagen that he had his eye on like a kid in a candy shop. Always quick with a smile and a clever word, Scott was a fierce competitor and avid player of corn-hole and “pong ping”. His many talents included photography, woodwork, art and the list goes on. He excelled at anything he put his mind to. He was a hat guy, a lover of Fedoras and Ascot caps. He was a beard guy always ready with a tin full of mustache wax and a bottle of oil. He was an original with a style all his own. Scott could often be found breaking out his “tricky tricky dance moves” surrounded by the people he loved. He lived for Friday nights, his friends knew by noon they could expect a stream of messages from him usually starting with “what’s going on tonight”. Scott had a youthful spirit, a kind and gentle soul. Liked by everyone who met him and dearly loved by those who he called friends and family, he is irreplaceable and will be deeply missed.

Scott is survived by his wife of 22 years, Alison “Ali” McLaughlin of Whiteford, MD, who considers him her perfect match and the other half of her soul. His beautiful daughter, of whom he is so proud, Hannah Lee Mendoza Orozco “McLaughlin” originally of Whiteford, MD, currently of Anchorage, AK. His son-in-law, with whom he had an instant bond, Kadith Mendoza Orozco, of Anchorage, AK.

His mother, Dolores Ruth McLaughlin (nee Humphreys) of Perry Hall, MD who loved her “oni-oni boy”. His father, David Bruce McLaughlin and wife, Nancy McLaughlin of Ocean Pines, MD. His older brother, Michael Bruce McLaughlin and younger sister, Lori Suzanne McLaughlin of Perry Hall, MD, who shared Scott’s passion for all things Celtic and who will always have fond memories of their childhood and the special bond between them. Aunt and uncles: Ron and Debbie Ballweg, of Bel Air, MD; Rick and Heidi Humphreys and his niece Brooke Lee Humphreys of New Freedom, PA. Cousins: John and Liane Bell; Chad and Melissa Bell and their beautiful families as well as a multitude of other aunts, uncles and cousins too numerous to list.

His father and mother-in-law, George and Ann Clark of Whiteford, MD who considered him their son and treated him as such. Brother and sister-in-law, Kevin and Lisa Clark of Oxford, PA who took an immediate liking to Scott as everyone does. Their children: Sarah Clark of Nashville, TN; Wesley Clark of Philadelphia, PA; Mason and James Clark of Oxford, PA, all of whom loved him and all of whom he loved. Brother and sister-in-law, Eric and Deena Clark of Whiteford, MD, who were more than family to him sharing his passion for corn-hole and a good time. His nieces “the 3 M’s” Molly, Madison and Mackenzie Clark of Whiteford, MD who lovingly referred to him as “Uncle Scoot”.

Also sharing in the tragic loss of such a wonderful man are friends from all parts of his life, from his school days to his work days at Home Depot, where he was lovingly referred to as “Scotty-too-Hottie, Uncle Scott, and McLovin”, Harford Memorial Hospital, where he was an instant hit and where he made lifelong friends and reconnected with friends from his childhood, and his Harford County Government Crew, who grew to love him in less than a year’s time and have shown that in ways he would be so appreciative of. Perhaps no one will grieve his loss more than the countless number of friends, too staggering to list, who he considered his tribe who he loved too deeply to describe.

A memorial service will be held at First Presbyterian Church of Bel Air, 224 N. Main Street, Bel Air, MD at 1pm on Saturday, September 29th with Reverend John V. Carlson officiating. A celebration of life will follow for those who wish to remember Scott in the way that he would want. In lieu of flowers, his family would appreciate a contribution to your favorite charity in his memory.