Scott Bever passed away – death : Scott Bever, of Lake Elmo, Minnesota, a former student at Dunwoody College of Technology of passed away sadly, leaving behind his beautiful and adorable daughter, his beloved family, friends, and colleagues. Scott was known to be a lovely father who cares and valued his daughter the best he could, the adorable dad also post a picture of him and his beloved precious daughter on Facebook, and he always loves hanging out with her. His death came as a shock as many were not expecting it, his demised left family and friends in grief.
He is from Lake Elmo, Minnesota, he attended Tartan Senior High School, a public secondary high school located in Oakdale, Minnesota. A member of Independent School District 622. In 2018, Tartan High School was ranked in the top 5% of Minnesota High Schools by the US News and World Report and our graduation rate remains above the state average. The name Tartan draws the similarity between the many colors (communities) in the Scottish garb (school). Each year, Tartan High School serves over 1,700 students in grades 9-12 and is dedicated to helping all students achieve high standards, both in the classroom and beyond. We operate on a traditional six-period, three-trimester system, allowing students to take 18 (55 minutes) classes during the course of the school year. He also attended Dunwoody College of Technology.
Traci Myers Libersky posted a tribute on Facebook expressing his sadness over the death of Scott, the post read “I just don’t have words. Scott Bever, there were a lot of nights when I was working when it was just us, mich golden ….oh I can’t forget the shots! Funny movies, laugh, your infectious smiles, and talking about your daughter! I’m in complete shock, thanks for being part of the bucket family! My heart goes out to your family. Fly high Scotty.” Keane Carlson, also posted a tribute for Scott on Facebook saying ” We only got to meet a handful of times, but I’m glad to have met a kind soul like his. My deepest condolences to Scott Bever’s family & friends. Thanks for rocking with us Scotty Rest easy.”
Scott Bever’s obituary will be organized by the family.
Photo Credit (PC) goes to Scott Bever.