Scott A. Curnutte, age 21 of Marengo, passed suddenly Friday, October 12, 2018. He was born on February 6, 1997 in Columbus, Ohio to Dwayne R. (Kelly) Curnutte and Julie M. (Falcon) (Troy) Berry.
Scott was a 2015 graduate of Highland High School where he was involved with Junior ROTC. He had been working at Mt. Vernon Overhead Door. Scott was also a member of the Marengo Blue Jays baseball team for many years and considered the team a “brotherhood”.
Scott enjoyed spending his time hunting and fishing and was never bothered by getting up early for his shot at a good hunt. He also loved dogs no matter the size or breed, he enjoyed them all. Scott was one of the brightest kids that his family knew and had such a bright future ahead of him. He had a huge heart and would do anything to help anyone, regardless of how well he knew them or not. Scott was always concerned more with other people and how they were rather than himself, he truly was a selfless young man.
In addition to his parents, Scott is survived by 7 siblings: twin sister Courtney Curnutte and her fiancé Austin LaFever of Centerburg, Chellsea Berry of Marengo, Kendra Berry of Mt. Vernon, Savanna Curren of Delaware, Dillen Curnutte of Orient, Cole Curnutte of Tampa, FL and Brandon O’Linn of Orient; maternal grandparents: Linda Falcon of Grove City and Jim and Cedi Ciler of Delaware; paternal grandparents: Linda and Butch Curnutte of Grove City and Eva Molineaux of Grove City; love of his life, Lexie Doup of Mt. Vernon and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Scott was preceded in death by 2 grandfathers: James Falcon and Michael O’Linn and lifelong friend Ryder Steck.
Friends and family may call on Wednesday, October 17th, 2018 from 3:00 PM to 6:00PM at Gompf Funeral Home, 440 Center St. Cardington, Ohio 43315, where the funeral service will begin at 6:00PM.
In lieu of flowers the family asks that you considering helping with Scott’s funeral cost. Donations can be made
directly to the funeral home online.
Those wishing to share a memory of Scott or to express a condolence to his family may
do so by visiting www.gompffh.com.