2990 Church St., South Mountain, ON

(Norman) Scott Holden November 14, 1962 - October 4, 2023

Please join Scott’s family to share memories of this much-loved man.

Open house at Beth Donovan Hospice

1107 French Settlement Road, Kemptville, ON

2 – 4 p.m. Sunday, November 12, 2023

Bonfire weather permitting



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Scott was buried on October 6, 2023, at Maple Ridge Cemetery, Winchester, ON.


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    Lisa & Scott says

    Sending sincere sympathy to Michelle, Alyx, Elliott and Isaac for the loss of an amazing partner and Dad. Scott was a great neighbour and friend to us and we have missed his smile and wave on Pelton Rd over the last year. From his love and dedication to his family and Shirley, to his passion for his home and garden and all things outdoors, Scott has left a legacy to be proud of. A life well lived, gone too soon.

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    Sasha Honsl says

    So very sorry for your loss. Far too young especially for such a good person as Scott.

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    Judy Wang says

    My deepest condolences to Scott’s family. Too young and too soon for such a great person as Scott. Utter disbelief and sadness upon learning of Scott’s battle, many prayers for him to remain with us as long as possible. Scott is missed tremendously both from a professional aspect with 20+ years of collaboration and from a personal level with many jokes and life stories shared. Rest now my friend!

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    Cindy McCammon says

    Loving condolences to Michelle, Alyx, Elliott and Isaac. I have such great memories of Scott with his family and friends. He was always up for a challenge and could always summon a smile. He will be so missed.

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    David Silverman says

    Our Deepest Sympathies to Michelle, Alyx, Elliott and Isaac. Scott was an extremely dedicated and talented student and instructor in the Tae E. Lee Moo Kwang Taekwondo Family. He trained and taught at our headquarters as well as running branch schools in Barrhaven and Kemptville. His kindness, enthusiasm, happiness, and laughter were contagious. He will be greatly missed. May His Memory Be a Blessing. From Grandmaster and Mrs. Tae Eun Lee, Master David Silverman and all of us at Tae E. Lee Taekwondo.

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    Daryl Xavier-Wellard says

    To the Holden Family, please accept my deepest condolences, I met Scott, when he and his family lived in Glen Karin, at the Glen Karin tennis club. We had many tough matches against each other, only to meet up and train together many years later at taekwondo. He was a truly special person and he will be missed by many who have had the good fortune to know him.

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