‘One of a kind’ dad dies suddenly as tributes paid to ‘one of life’s good guys’

Heartbreaking tributes have come in for a Scottish father following his sudden death.

Grieving family and friends paid tribute to Scott Knox invernessafter he died yesterday.

Scott Knox tragically passed away suddenly last night


Scott Knox tragically passed away suddenly last nightPhoto credit: FACEBOOK
He was honored on social media


He was honored on social mediaPhoto credit: FACEBOOK

Scott, who calls his loved ones “Knoxy,” was a 29-year-old young father and an incredibly bright player.

The beloved father was hailed as “one of a kind” and “one of the good guys in life” by those who knew him.

His loved ones have flocked to him social media to show their respect.

post up Facebookone person said: “Devastated by the news. My heart goes out to all of Scott’s friends and family.

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“We’re going to miss that BIG smile jumping through our door cheering everyone up and giving me a cheek. You will be a very missed boy, Mr Knox.”

Another added: “After years of Scott not speaking like you do when you grow up, Scott got in touch with me last year and we’ve enjoyed the last 5 months talking about life most days and shared memories we had from our teenage years together.

“We certainly made each other laugh with the stories we had together. It makes me deeply sad that you are no longer here, you still had so much life to enjoy. My heart goes out to your family and close friends.”

Another wrote: “Rest easy Scott Knox, playing Xbox without you singing Justin Bieber into the headset won’t be the same. Truly one of the good guys in life.”

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Scott’s work collages also wrote: “It is with immeasurable sadness and heartbreak that we must announce the passing of Scott Knox, our beloved friend, colleague and as some here at GMF – Family would describe.

“Anyone who has had the privilege of meeting Scott would agree that he was truly one of a kind and undoubtedly left a lasting impression on everyone.

“We would like to offer our sympathy and deepest condolences to Scott’s family at this painful time.”

While some of his previous shining clubs have also paid their respects.

The Lochaber Camanachd Club said: “On behalf of everyone at Lochaber Camanachd, we would like to express our sadness at the loss of Scott Knox and offer our sincere condolences to his family and friends and everyone at the Boleskine Camanachd Club.

“Scott played for Lochaber for several seasons and was a talented and dedicated member of the team.

“He played his part in our second team winning the North Division 3 league title in 2010 and giving the club every honor at Under-17 level. Rest in peace Knoxy.”

The Boleskine Camanachd Club wrote: “It is with great sadness that the Club announces the sudden death of Scott Knox.

“Everyone at the club is devastated and shocked at the loss of such a talented shining player.

“Our sympathy and condolences go out to Scott’s family and friends and everyone who knew him at this sad and difficult time in the shiny world.”

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The Fort William Shinty Club said: “Everyone at the Fort William Shinty Club is devastated to hear of the death of Scott Knox.

“Scott has played with us from youth to senior and we will miss him dearly. Our sincere condolences go out to all his family and friends.”

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Edmuns DeMars

Edmund DeMarche is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Edmund DeMarche joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing edmund@ustimespost.com.

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