Condolence: Like many of Scott's friends, the ink was hardly dry on our birthday greetings when we heard of his untimely passing. I was glad to be able to attend the funeral with my old friend Ken Zeise. The service was beautiful and the church was packed with people, giving witness to how well respected and loved Scott was by all that met him. I had not seen Scott since 1997 but I will still miss him.
Condolence: So sad to hear of Scott’s passing. We met around 40 years ago and lost touch in later years but I remember a kind and generous man who was always loyal to his friends. Condolences to his family and friends
Condolence: In the blink of an eye our lives change. Tears filled ours as we try and deal with Scott's sudden death. At St Andrew's we were part of a family led by this man. We grew in character and faith. Thank you Father Scott Gale for all you have done for our Parish. You will be missed.
Condolence: Scott's sudden and unexpected passing was such a shock to so many. His dedicated service to God and humankind was legendary. Many will miss his kindness and his sense of humour. He was an awesome Scrabble opponent. Our condolences to friends and family at the loss of a genuine nice guy from Tom and Marilyn McCuaig.
Condolence: Scott was the minister at the United Church in Dryden when my husband passed away at 84..we had been married 61 years. Scott was so compassionate and helped me and my family through our very sad time. All my 4 children and their spouses and my 10 adult grand children are grieving over this loss please accept our deepest sympathy and love. Joanne
Condolence: Please accept my deepest sympathy. I first met Captain Scott(to me he was known as) we signed up for a course on critical stress debriefing, title at the time. He was a gentle, kind man. He will be missed.
Condolence: Saddened to hear of Scotts passing. We attended ST. Thomas More High School in Hamilton. Scott was always dedicated in whatever task he took on in life, with a sense of humour and humility! May he rest in peace.