Fama, Scott

December 1st, 2010

Scott C. Fama, age 42, a long-time resident of Wilmington, died suddenly on December 1, 2010.

Born in Woburn, MA, on May 9, 1968, Scott was the beloved son of Paul J. and Mary Jane (Goodwin) Fama of Wilmington. Scott grew up in Wilmington and was a 1986 graduate of Shawsheen Tech High School in Billerica. Following High School, Scott enlisted in the United States Air Force on September 23, 1986, he served the country proudly and received many commendations for his efforts, he was honorably discharged on April 9, 1993.

Scott is fondly remembered by his family and friends as a “good” guy, who loved to cook and do for others, he will be dearly missed.

Besides his parents, Scott is survived by his two brothers Jeffrey P. Fama of Methuen and Dana J. Fama of Reading, Scott is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. At the family’s request services and interment were private. In lieu of flowers donations in Scott’s memory may be made to the E.N. Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, 200 springs Road, Bedford, MA 01730.


10 Entries in Guest Book for “Fama, Scott”

  1. John Johnstone says:

    As a long time friend of your family, I am very sorry for the loss of your son & brother. I can only hope that Scott is in a better place in mind and soul.

    May god bless your family,
    John Johnstone

  2. Mary Barry Emerick says:

    To the Fama Family,
    My heart goes out to you at this sad time…You are in my prayers…

  3. Erin Richcreek says:

    Dear Mr. & Mrs. Fama, Jeff and Dana,

    I was heartbroken to hear about Scotty. I will always remember Scotty with great love as my friend that I grew up with. I pray that he’s at peace now, and my prayers are also with you all.

    All my love – Erin Gately

  4. derek burpee says:

    Scott Fama was a warm and harmonious human being who shall always be remembered young and free his freinds will miss him emmensly I will always. a true patriot who served the nation when he was called upon GOD REST HIS SOUL

  5. Steven Demarco says:

    Mary, paul, jeff & dana. I am so sorry for your loss. Growing up on oakdale your entire family was a huge part of my life.scott was a great person and I will remember and miss him.

  6. Ellen Lima says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of my cousin Scott. I have such fond memories of us when we were little kids at Plum Island. I will never forget the fish fights on the beach and Jeff, Scott, & Dana whipping this things all over the place and at each other. They were some of my best memories as a child. Scott you will always be in my heart forever. Though we didn’t keep in touch as we got older. I will never forget how you made me laugh so hard when I was little. You rest now my sweet soul. You are lying with angels. You are loved and will never be forgotten. Till I see you again someday. God Bless

  7. Cheryl Hird-Baranow says:

    Mr and Mrs. Fama, Jeff and Dana,
    I am so sorry for your loss, I grew up on Oakdale and have some great memories of Scott. My prayers are with your family

    Cheryl Hird

  8. cynthia A Jokinen says:

    As a mom, I understand your pain and grief. My oldest child and only daughter passed way the eoth of October. I hope ycott;ss memories help[ to your sooyje youe gief, heartnreal and pain. a grieving mom. Frankie May 8/22/77 tp 10/30.2010

  9. John Waterman says:

    Mr an Mrs Fama,Jeff,Dana,and Uncle John My deepest sympathys for you all. I know of the help that was aimed in Scotts direction and that you did everything possible. My world will never be the same he was a brother to me and one of the closest friends I ever had. May God and his goodness help you through the pain of your loss and know your family is in my thoughts and prayers. God speed

    John D Waterman

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