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Monday, 18 February 2019 15:41

Andrew Scott Cheely

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Andrew Scott Cheely, age 48, of Dundas, VA passed away February 16, 2019. He is preceded in death by his parents, Ernest Claiborne and Katherine Daniel Cheely and his brother Ron Cheely. He is survived by his daughters, Skye and Maxxi Cheely; his adopted daughter, Whitney Joyner; his god children, Abel and Atlas Lynch; his sisters, Judy C. Howell (Ann) and Katherine C. Hawthorne (Steve); his brothers, Robert Cheely and Mark Cheely (Donna); and numerous nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends Wednesday from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Williams Funeral Home, Lawrenceville. Funeral services will be conducted 11:00 a.m. Thursday at New Hope Christian Church with interment at the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to New Hope Christian Church, 28979 Christanna Hwy., Alberta, VA 23821.
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  • Comment Link Scott Perkins Friday, 22 February 2019 20:03 posted by Scott Perkins

    I knew Scott from business we did with him for over 10, almost 15, years. It was a professional relationship but I considered him a friend. What stood out to me was while he had an impressive professional dedication to what he did he was also such a damn good guy. Anytime he called or I visited him at work he was a joy to be around. Work doesn't define a person, but that was the context I knew him in, and he was impressive. Good dude. He will be missed.

  • Comment Link Kim Claytor Thursday, 21 February 2019 21:11 posted by Kim Claytor

    My condolences prayers for Scott's family. As a business colleague, Scott was always terrific to work with. A fine man.

  • Comment Link Waine and Sharon and the Hicks Families Thursday, 21 February 2019 10:34 posted by Waine and Sharon and the Hicks Families

    Scott was truly the best. Living in Tennessee Scott was my go to guy for south side . The pain of poor decisions haunted him yet he somehow managed to make the best of every situation and his smile was infectious to all. His talents were many but his true love was his family and he will forever be missed.May the road rise to meet you God Bless

  • Comment Link David Dean Daniel and Family Thursday, 21 February 2019 07:01 posted by David Dean Daniel and Family

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Scott was always there for everyone and always smiling. It’s heartbreaking and he will be surely missed.

  • Comment Link Lynn and Jackie Williams Wednesday, 20 February 2019 01:04 posted by Lynn and Jackie Williams

    Sending thoughts and prayers!❤️

  • Comment Link Clay Tuesday, 19 February 2019 11:46 posted by Clay

    Scott was a very dear friend to me. So many great memories!! His smile and laugh would always cheer you up. I know he loved his girls so much because he would always want to share with me all about them whenever we talked on the phone or saw each other. He was so much fun to be with and I can’t believe he has left us. I know he is in heaven now because Scott had a strong faith in our Lord Jesus Christ. He loved his church and it was important to Scott that his friends went to church. Prayers for his family and all his friends during this time. See you when I get there Scott! Love you!

  • Comment Link Kate Deaton Monday, 18 February 2019 23:25 posted by Kate Deaton

    Scott’s warmth, kindness and love of fun- a man who never met a stranger and never was at a loss for words- God bless you, Scott, and comfort your family and friends who will miss you dearly. Wish you didn’t have to go so soon...

  • Comment Link Mike Pettry Monday, 18 February 2019 21:52 posted by Mike Pettry

    Sorry to hear. He was a nice guy. Heartfelt sympathy to the family.

  • Comment Link Teresa Carver Monday, 18 February 2019 21:07 posted by Teresa Carver

    SO very sorry to hear about the loss of Scott and Robbie! Keeping you all in my prayers. Teresa Clem

  • Comment Link Hannah Guarino Monday, 18 February 2019 20:22 posted by Hannah Guarino

    Scott will surely be missed by his friends and co-workers from VA Marble. He was a kind hearted man who didn't mind helping anyone. Scott has driven many hours to meet my husband in the tractor trailer, who ran out of driving hours, so that he could make it home for our son's school or sport events. His kindness was appreciated.

    Scott also never left us off his stew list either. It's truly the best around and we'll miss his connection just as much as his presence and friendship.

    Rest In Peace, Scott. Godspeed

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