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In memory of Scott Lovito

Created by Family Of Scott Lovito

Scott Lovito

My son, my heart, my life.  My son was lost.  Wandering through life trying to find where he fit in.  Drugs and the company it keeps offered a false sense of welcoming.

Scotty was a larger than life personality that lit up the room every time he walked in the door.  He loved and adored his little sisters and step brothers, and taking his role as big brother very seriously.  My son never knew how many lives he has touched, and how many people truly love and miss him.  He left a piece of himself with each of us.  He would give the best bear hugs....the ones where you couldn't breath, but didn't want him to stop as they were so wonderfully warm.

There is not a day that goes by that my heart and thoughts don't turn to him, be it good or bad.  I try more for good.  I miss my baby.  I think to son died once, and I die over and over again each morning I open my eyes and he is no longer here.  I am still gathering strength, and will continue to do so, but I want to share more of my story at some point to help others. If my story, my son's story, can help just one person with this disease, then what I am doing is not in vain.  To be continued........

This Memorial was created to commemorate a loved one's life and to let other families know they can turn to the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids for help when struggling with their son or daughter's substance use. Please consider sharing this page to increase awareness of substance use disorders and to provide hope and healing for others.

Guest Book


1. Julie
Thank you for sharing your story. I'm so sorry for your loss.
2. Marcia Levan
I am so very sorry for your loss. May God bless and keep you always.