Peacefully, on Wednesday January 11 2023, surrounded by the love of his family, Scott Edward Monds Jr. lost his lengthy battle with AML Leukaemia. Scotty spent his 28 years living life to the fullest. His love of ATV’ing, big trucks, hunting, and fishing were well known. His best days were spent with his amazing friends (and there are a lot) who never left his side. Family was so important to Scotty. He leaves behind his heartbroken parents, Diane and Scott, his brother Joey, who loved and supported him all day, every day and his amazing girlfriend Chrissy Stegmaier, who showed him what true love was all about.
Scotty’s dog Beau helped him through some of the hardest days and will miss him terribly.
Scotty was loved by his Grandparents, Dick and Dene Stafford (deceased) and Jim and Margaret Monds. He was blessed to have the best Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins. John and Karen Stafford, Kyle and Emily Stafford, Taylor and Jason Riley. Jason, Jen, Aaron and Jacob Stafford. Karen and David Monds. Jamie, Victoria, David and Liam Monds. Kelly and Terry Collett. Nicole, Simon, Addison and Joshua Lareau, Carley, Jamie and Josh Aussem. Cody, Kelsey, Everett and Brie Collett. We are forever grateful for our California Family, Jeff, Danielle, Jeremy, Berkley and Finley Bean. Without Danielle and the support of her family, the last 5 plus years would not have been possible. Danielle donated her Stem Cells to Scotty not once, but twice. Always our Angel from California and Family Forever.
We are forever thankful to Dr. Brian Leber, Nurse Practitioner Jenna French, the nursing teams of B4 and C4 and Oncology Day Service Nurses and Doctors along with the rest of the amazing team at Juravinski Hospital. Scotty always said, you were his people. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Juravinski Stem Cell Unit would be greatly appreciated. Donations of Blood, Platelets and Stem Cells via Canadian Blood Services are always encouraged.
Cremation has taken place. Celebration of Life will be planned for at a later date.
Fly high Scotty, Knowing how very much you are loved!
To Diane, Scott, Joey and Chrissy;
Words can not express how devastated we were to hear of Scotty’s passing. My heart goes out to all of you.
Holding you close in our thoughts.
Sue Hamlen & Rob Foote
I have the most wonderful memories of Scotty and Joey coming for breakfast when our boys were all attending Central Park together. I loved listening to the banter of the 4 boys at the dining room table, just being boys. So many ridiculous conversations, laughter and goofiness….I enjoyed every minute of it. Never a mean word, Scotty was a kind and sensitive child and young man. Diane, Scott, and Joey – I send you and your extended family my love and prayers at this incredibly heartbreaking time.
Love Marg, Spencer, and Trevor
Diane and Scott, Joey, and Chrissy;
Our sincere condolences as you travel through this most difficult time. Though I did not know Scotty as well as I would have liked, I recall the devastating news of the diagnosis years ago, and Diane, your love for and pride in him was always obvious. You are a good family and though he battled hard, he will be missed. I am very sorry for your loss. My words can’t say enough, but just know you are loved.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Scott, Diane, Joey and Chrissy and all of the Monds family! Thinking of all of you during this difficult time! Cathy and Charlie
Diane, I am heartbroken to hear of the passing of your precious Scotty. Please know you are in my thoughts and my heart breaks for you and your family. XOXO Here if you need anything at all. *hugs*
I would like to extend my heartfelt sympathy to Scott, Diane, Joey, and the extended Monds families (God knows there are many). As the days and weeks pass and you return to life’s routine, may you find much comfort and love through the support of family and friends. Time will ease the pain, and the memories will last forever. Heaven has gained another Angel, RIP Scotty. Thinking of you all. Cheryl Hill -Toronto
Our family sends our deepest sympathies and condolences. Weeping with those who weep, holding space for those who are devastated by loss…..a life lost way too soon.
Scotty, “May God bless you and keep you. And his face to shine upon you, and be gracious to you. May God lift up his countenance upon you, and give you peace.”
Love Bob and Fran
Deepest Sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and yours
Dear Diane Scott Joey and Chrissy, So so very sad to hear such sad news. Scotty worked so hard at getting well with all of your support. This must be such a hard time for you all. Just heartbreaking. You are all so loved and have so many folks to support you. Know that you are not alone and in time, your memories will make you smile. Our deepest sympathy and love always, Lynn and Ray xo
So sorry to hear of Scotty’s passing. Our thoughts, love and condolences are with you all.
Scott, Diane , Joey and family I am so sorry for your loss, my heart breaks for you and your family . I can’t even imagine the pain you’re feeling . My children went to school with Scotty and have spoke of how kind he was . Again I’m so sorry
Diane, Scott, Joey and Chrissy, I’ll always remember Scotty for the friendly, sweet tempered person that he was, and for the courage he showed in the face of his illness. His deep love and devotion to you was always evident as was yours for him. May that deep, strong love hold you now.
To the Monds family. Our thoughts are with you all at this sad and difficult time. RIP Scott
My thoughts are with all of you in your moment of sadness. May all your memories be good ones.
So sorry for your loss out thoughts and condolences go out to your family.
Dearest Scott, Diane and Joey We are deeply sorry for your loss of your son and brother.
He was a fine young man and lived and loved his life to rhe fullest. Always in our hearts.
Dear Scott and Diane and family.. We were so very sorry to hear that Scotty has passed. I didn’t really know him, but I certainly had the impression from Scott, that he was very close to his family and that you all enjoyed wonderful, quality time together outdoors. May he rest in peace, where there is no more sickness. And may God comfort you all, as you share sweet memories and lean on each other in the days ahead. Our sincere condolences, Helen and Jim
Diane, Scott and Family
Words cannot express the sorrow we feel. Our hearts go out to you at this difficult time. May loving memories bring you peace comfort and strength.
Ed & Debbie Desroches
Deepest condolences Margaret and Jim.
My family (Chatland) used to live at 10 Cameron Avenue and I knew you when I was growing up. I never knew your grandson but my heart goes out to you both at this time. Suzanne Cooper, nee Chatland.
Wishing you peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love at this time of sorrow. Our heart goes out to you at this difficult time.
Dear Diane and family, please accept our deepest condolences on the passing away of your beloved son, Scott. Words cannot begin to express how sad and sorry we are for your loss. May he rest in peace.
Sunita and Adrian
My deepest sympathies for you.
I Just learned of this incredibly tragic news. I cannot express how sad I am to hear this. I had learned of your son’s cancer after leaving L3 and had hoped it he would be able to win his battle with this horrible disease. As a parent, I can’t begin to imagine the grief you are all experiencing.
So incredibly sorry for your loss.