Scott R. Hess

Scott R. Hess, 60, of Conestoga, went on to the great hereafter April 8th, 2020. He was the oldest of three boys born to the late Sally A. Hess (Conestoga) and the late Carl Hess (CA). Scott grew up in the house of his passing on River Road. He attended Ann Letort, Manor Middle and graduated from Penn Manor High in 1977. Scott enjoyed life while he was here, especially if it meant getting out into the “woods”. Hiking, camping, perhaps just clearing his head, the “woods” to him was home.
 Scott leaves behind his wife of 30 years, Robin (Leonard) Hess of Conestoga, a daughter, Genevieve of Manheim and her two children, a younger daughter, Audrey, and son-in-law, Patrick, of Levittown, a son, Michael, and daughter-in-law, Stacy, of Conestoga, and their two children, and two brothers, Ray (Mountville), and Jeff (Mount Joy). He also leaves behind numerous life long friends, who are the greatest group of men he could have known.  You will be greatly and sadly missed by all of us, Scott. You left us much too soon and quite suddenly, but then, patience was never your thing! I love you, always, goodnight Sweetheart and safe travels. Cremation Services of Lancaster      717-273-6283

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  • Robin, Jeff and I send our condolences to you and your family at this time. So sorry you guys lost him this soon.
    Jeff and Heather Dorwart

  • Robin. I’m so sorry to hear about Scott’s passing. You and your family are in my thoughts.
    Lori Clement

  • Robin, I am certain that you will remember my relationship with Scott. He always responded to my call for help when my wrecker and cars needed to be repaired when I lived in Bird-In-Hand. Unfortunately, we parted ways because of Scott’s lack of patience. He had great automotive mechanical skills, but lacked the ability to stay calm and to think things out. Please drop me an e-mail. I have something I’d like you to have that I should have given Scott while he was with us. He truly was a good friend of mine for many years. I will miss him in a lot of ways. He certainly taught me a lot of about to how to repair my vehicles on my own.

  • Robin and family I am so sorry to hear of Scott passing, I know he will be missed greatly by all

  • To Stacy and all her family! Praying for your loss. Remember he ended his journey on earth, but is beginning a new journey in heaven. Remember the best memories with him. He was blessed to have you (Stacy) in his life.

  • Scott, I am at a loss. You help me move from Pennsylvania to Utah then Utah to Arizona. So many hikes we went on, Lancaster county, Salt Lake City county, and around Phoenix. You were my friend for 35 years helped me too many times to count, safe travels my friend.

  • Scott, you were my dear & close friend for more than 40 years. I am left with a painful void in my life. But I will always cherish the good times we had together. I pray that your journey will lead to insights & wonders beyond imagination. Safe travels until we meet again.

  • Robin, sorry for your loss, Scott and I grew up together in Creswell, I new the whole family, me and Ray ran together in our teenage years. The last time I saw Scott was around 93 ,I was home on leave from Navy,he was at Ray’s house in Columbia.

  • Robin, I had met you several times when I was at your home visiting Scott with Mike Proco. I was very saddened to here of Scott’s passing. Even though I didn’t see him that often. I was a friend of his for a long time. We used to hang out a lot in the old days. All three of us went to Idaho together back in the 80’s. I miss those days.

    I truly sorry for your loss. He will be missed.

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