Scott Joseph Cardoza

Scott Joseph Cardoza

Scott Joseph Cardoza

Scott Joseph Cardoza

May 2, 1962 – Oct. 27, 2019

Scott Joseph Cardoza died on Oct. 27, 2019 in Rockford, Michigan.

Scott was born May 2, 1962, to Joseph and Lynda Cardoza in Los Angeles, California.

Scott moved to Alaska when he was 23 years old. He worked at Icicle Seafoods for 10 years at the end of the Homer Spit, where he met his wife. They married in 1989 and had three children: Maria, Joseph and Angela. Scott called his family the living manger scene with Jesus in our hearts. He owned and operated B&C RainGutters for 18 years on the Kenai Peninsula.

Scott passed away peacefully in his sleep in Rockford, Michigan on Oct. 27, 2019.

Scott is survived by his spouse of 30 years, Shana; his daughters, Maria, and Angela and Caleb Clark; his son, Joseph and wife Sarah; his grandson Cameron; his mother Lynda; sisters Jennifer and Carrie; his nieces and nephews, Sarah, James, Joseph and Olivia; and his brother-in-law Kevin (Holley).

Memorial services will be planned for June 21, 2020 in Homer Alaska.

Habakkuk 3:17-19

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