Scott “Skot” G. Paré, 68

Aug 30, 2022

On July 24th, 2022 Scott (68), lost a short but extremely difficult multifaceted medical battle. Most recently an active resident of Windham, NH. He is survived by his two daughters Elizabeth Clark and Kathleen Paré, his wife Judith (Agnes) Paré, his two step-daughters Christine Medeiros and Lisa Stokes, as well as his grandchildren Justin, Theo, Ian, Tiana, Troy, Greyson, Samina, and Walker.

Scott G. Paré was born in Acushnet, MA to the late Lillian (Sequeira) Paré and Joseph David Paré. He leaves behind his three older siblings: Ruth (Paré) Robichaud of CO, Amanda “Amy” (Paré) Johnson of AZ, and David Paré of VA, his many nieces and nephews, and their children. He loved his siblings deeply and enjoyed researching his family’s history. Scott attended school in Old Rochester School District and was active in his community and schools. He participated in Boy Scouts, School Band, Drama Club, Debate Club, and more.

Scott received a BSU in Political Science from UMASS Dartmouth, formerly SMU. Post-Graduate studies in Music Ed at Berklee School of Music in Boston, graduate studies at the UMASS Lowell formerly ULowell, and completed a Master’s Degree in Business Management from Keller University.

He had an undying love of music, which was evident in his career in radio (*WCCM/WCGY, WRKO, WROR, WTAG), passions as a DJ (school dances, weddings, nonprofit’s parties), and as a drummer in multiple bands (Golden Maze, Witch Cat, First Impressions). Most recently he helped to form and perform in the local band Permanent Vacation.

Scott’s community values were abundantly clear through his participation in church youth groups, serving on his condo association, folk groups, Lions Club, Jeremiahs Inn, and Friends of the Library of Windham (FLOW), just to name a few.

This active and loving man has touched so many people from all walks of life, and his legacy will live on through the positive and selfless contributions he made.

There will be a service and celebration of Skot’s life on Sept. 30, 4 p.m., at First Church Somerville (89 College Ave, Somerville, MA, 02144).