Scott Douglas Hanscom

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Scott Douglas Hanscom

April 23, 1969 - November 12, 2018

Hampden Scott Douglas Hanscom entered this world on April 23, 1969, the youngest of six children born to Marilyn A. and Donald P. Hanscom of Hampden. He passed suddenly in the comfort of friends on November 12, 2018.
Scott was a standout football and baseball athlete at Hampden Academy in the 1980s and was an avid NY Yankee and Dallas Cowboy fan. He loved the family farm and spent many years logging with his Dad and operating his construction business. He also served in the Army after graduating from high school and attended the University of Maine.
Scott was a very outgoing and fun loving person, seeking out people and activities to share the day. His sense of humor was infectious; people loved to share stories, jokes and friendly banter about the "sport of the season". He was never at a loss for words. His gregarious personality will be sorely missed by family and friends.
Scott leaves behind his brother, Alan, and his sisters, Cheryl, Jina and Valerie, along with numerous other family members and friends. His brother, Lance, passed in 2017.
A celebration of life service and interment will take place in Hampden in the spring. Donations in Scott's memory may be made to the American Heart Association.
Published on November 24, 2018
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Dianne Chadbourne
Dec 07, 2018
My condolences to the family. Scott's contagious smile and sense of humor will be missed by many.
Justin Grard
Dec 06, 2018
What a guy! My friend..... my fellow rare sports brother, never did I think I’d meet another Yankees/Cowboys Fan! I miss you my friend. My heart felt condolences go out to your family and other friends. We will love you and miss you always!
Kay Moody
Dec 01, 2018
My sister Doreen, her husband William and I am very sorry to learn of Scott's passing. We only learned it this weekend. His father Donald was our half-brother. Our condolences to the family.Blessings to the family.
Rosanna and Phil Libby
Nov 27, 2018

Phil and I would often see your dad and Scott at the D & M restaurant, McK's Variety and Dysart's. He always gave us a warm welcome and a hug. He was always ready with a joke. He had an infectious personality and always put a smile on our faces. He always talked about his days playing football with our son, Brad. I hope you and your siblings will be sustained by your memories of the times you spent with Scott. We will certainly miss seeing him around town. Prayers and thought to you and your brother and sisters.
Louine (Hafford) Olivares
Nov 26, 2018
Alan, Cheryl, Jina, and valerie, I am so sorry to hear of your recent loss and my heart and thoughts are with you.
Jeff Dunham
Nov 26, 2018
Regina - so sorry for your loss. No, I didn't know Scott, but I do know the loss of a brother. Blessings and mercies on your family.
Valerie Webster
Nov 24, 2018
I was shocked and saddened to learn of Scott's passing. He was a great athlete and person. He played sports at Hampden Academy with our son. Whenever I would see Scott around town we would chat and laugh. He would always end our conversation with a hug and "how's Mike doing, tell him I was asking about him". I will miss you kind sir
Nov 24, 2018
I will miss you, Scott. I will always cherish the great memories of us riding in "the county". My next ride will be for you, bud.
Wayne Hatch
Nov 24, 2018
Met my friend at the Red Barn Campground about 15 years ago and he came up too me and let me know how he felt about my Red Sox flag on my camper. BAM!! We hit it off and back and forth we went with that and HIS Damn Yankees. (Skankies)...haha. Gonna miss my friend as i am sure a lot of people will. R.I.P.Scott. Happy trails in Yankee Heaven
Nov 24, 2018
I am going to miss your smiling face and funny jokes. Sorry to the family and friends for the loss of Scott.