Dearly beloved Son, Brother, Cousin, Uncle and Friend. Gone too soon. We will always love you and cherish our special times together. Rest easy until we meet again. All our love Mum, Dad, Paul, Sarah, Sophie and Jacob
A Memorial Service and gathering will be held for family and friends to celebrate Scott's life at The Melville Bowls Club, 592 Canning Hwy, Alfred Cove on THURSDAY (15.08.2019) commencing at 12.00 Noon.
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When a person dies the essence of that person is revealed. And that it’s not the great achievements of their life that truly matter, nor, how much money or possessions they have amassed. But rather the essence and character of a person that truly matters. Death can take away from us what we have, but it can’t rob us of who we are.
At heart, Scott was a gentle soul. So loving, caring and kind. He knew how to work a crowd and was the life of the party.
Most of us are acutely aware of our own struggles and we are preoccupied with our own problems. We sympathise with ourselves because we see our own difficulties so clearly.
We never truly know what lies beyond the seemingly strong and capable exteriors of another.
But what is evident…is that there is an untold story behind every person and behind every tough exterior.
There’s a reason why we are the way we are. With this in mind, as a wise poet once said, “Let us be kind to one another, for most of us are fighting some kind of battle.”
And beyond this…
"We are not on this earth to accumulate victories, things, and experiences, but to be whittled and sand papered until what's left is who we truly are.”
And as Ram Dass so eloquently put it, “Our task here on Earth is to walk each other home”.
Now you are home my dear friend Scott. I will cherish every memory shared with you. Your shine will be missed greatly. A warm embrace winging it’s way to you from me.
Dearest Geoff and Gilly and Paul. Our deepest sympathy goes to you all in this hour of sadness. We will always remember that cheeky young face so full of life and humor. He is at peace now. Thinking of you and sending all our love, Wendy and Ken.
Dearly beloved eldest Son of Pat and Geoff, nephew and cousin to the Clarke family. Larger than life larrikin who has left us too soon. Rest in Peace Scott with our love from all the Clarke family.