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Harrison Family Mortuary
311 W. Market Street, P.O. Box 1409
Aberdeen, WA 98520
Harrison Family Mortuary
311 W. Market Street
P.O. Box 1409
Aberdeen, WA US
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Scott was a dear friend of mine in high school. I'm terribly saddened to learn of his passing. My condolences and prayers are with his family and loved ones.
I first met Scott in the library of Miller Jr. High. He was a snappy little dresser for a middle school student. I recall being impressed and amused seeing his nice sweater vest and bolo tie (or was it a bow tie). Anyhow, he was impressionable. We became friends. His quick wit and humor constantly put a smile on my face. He was such a fun person. In high school, we constantly laughed about the quirkiest of things. One time, in chemistry class, we were daring one another to fake a "pass out" just to get out of class. Neither of us actually attempted it, but we sure entertained one another discussing the possibility. Sadly, I'm not sure either of us learned much in chemistry that year, but we had fun.
As Scott embraced a punk-goth fashion sense in the 80s, I'd tease him about being "goth-guy." He'd retort by calling me "Rainbow Bright." That always brought a smile. We were both into art and enjoyed taking a couple fun, art-related field trips in high school and college. Those are good memories. On my 21st birthday, he was part of a plot to lure me away from my dorm so friends could plan a surprise party. He worked at a pet store in B'ham. We were attending WWU at the time. He called and said a dog peed on him and he needed me to go to his apartment, get some clean pants and bring them to work for him. I was cracking up! His urgency and humor in explaining why I HAD to come bring him clean pants was hilarious. Later, of course, I learned it was all a ploy. Such a funny guy!
I will cherish the memories of Scott Dunn. He was a kind, loving, and fun friend.
The world has lost a special soul. R.I.P. my friend.