Timothy Joseph Scutt
Timothy Joseph Scutt, 45, of Fonda, New York, passed suddenly on December 1, 2018. He was born in Amsterdam, New York on May 24, 1973, to Carlton and Sandra Scutt.
Timothy attended Fonda-Fultonville school followed by vocational schools after and throughout the years.
Tim found his passion working on campers and motorhomes and fixing just about anything. He loved to affectionately refer to them as “Rolling pieces of junk.” He followed his interest by working at Alpin Haus Boat and RV Warehouse and most recently Albany RV. Tim’s last job was working at Long Energy in Schenectady which he thoroughly enjoyed. Tim picked up many friends at these places that will miss his contagious mischief and practical jokes. His customers will miss his work and knowledge dearly.
Tim loved the game of pool whether in a bar or on a league with his wife. It’s a hobby he taught her and they enjoyed playing together. He made many friends in the name of pool and Jack Daniels. He also enjoyed gaming with his friends and riding his Harley.
Tim loved dearly his friends and considered many of them his brothers.
He enjoyed being around the farm with his sons; he loved playing with children, especially being a “paw-paw” to his granddaughter. He always had a story to tell. He had a passion for helping others and found more enjoyment in giving then receiving as seen by the impact he had on all.
Timothy is survived by his wife, Rebecca Dumar Scutt; their two sons, Timothy Logan and Grayson Joseph; and was a loving father to Becca’s daughters, Megan Kate and Emily Elizabeth. He also was “Paw-paw” to his granddaughter, Kallie May Elizabeth.
He also leaves behind a father and mother, Carlton and Elaine Scutt; and his mother, Sandy Scutt. As well as a brother, Joshua Scutt (Hannah); niece, Gabriella; and a nephew, Joshua. He also leaves behind Orion Scutt.
He was predeceased by his loving grandmother, Ruth Hazzard, whom he loved and missed dearly.
The service will be held at the Glen Reformed Church with his favorite and only pastor he would admit to liking, “Father Tom Flander” on Saturday, December 8, 2018, at 11 a.m. with a reception to follow at the Glen Firehouse. Arrangements are under the direction of the Jackson & Betz Funeral Home, 15 Main St., Fultonville, NY 12072. Please leave condolences online at www.brbsfuneral.com.