Scott Geno Posselli was born on August 15th 1956 to Fay And Eugene Posselli in SLC, UT.
Scott was one of the greatest men to Grace this Earth, his presence was something words cannot describe. Scott graduated from St. Joseph Catholic high in 1974. He attended some college. In his younger years he aspired to do many things. He was a bodybuilder that always picked on his younger siblings, He enjoyed dancing, especially with his mother. A concert pianist, garbage man, cameraman for the jazz and many other sporting events. Scott loved nothing more than to read while listening to rock and roll. (Pink Floyd) His favorite book was the Bible. He was a devout Catholic and even considered becoming a priest.
In 1982 he had his baby girl Brandy soon followed were his two sons Nick and Josh. Scott is survived by his children Brandy (Jason) Clydesdale, Nick (Holly), and Josh (Rachel) grand children Kaylee, Brexton and Talon his sister Gina (Rich) Thomason his brother Paul (Dee) his nieces and nephews Darcy, Brittni, Tony and Joey. Scott was a friend, a listener, a beer drinking, fun having kind of guy. Most important in his life a Dad , a papa, a brother, a son, and uncle. Scott suffered from multiple sclerosis from 1991 to present although if you knew him he would disagree. He fought with dignity and pride smiling until his final breath. Scott will always be remembered for his warm heart and amazing soul. Although we are extremely sad,Â Scott is free from his limited body and for that we rejoice. He is our angel that will live on through the examples he taught us. We love you with all of our hearts. Go Jazz, Packers. Cheers old man!!
The family would like to extend a special thank you to all of his friends, fellow parishioners and to the whole medical team that has been involved in his life. Trust us the list is long.
A wake in Scott's honor will be held Tuesday, August 6 from 6:00 until 8:00 PM at Starks Funeral Parlor, 3651 South 900 East, Salt Lake. Guests are encouraged to use the complimentary valet parking provided on the north side of the building.
A funeral mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 11:00 AM at St. Olaf's Catholic Church, 276 East 1700 South followed by graveside service at Mount Olivet 1342 East 500 South, Salt Lake.
In lieu of flowers the family asks donations be made to the M.S. society to combat this horrible disease.