of Chelsea, age 49, died Thursday, August 12, 2021, due to natural causes. He was born May 6, 1972, in Jackson, Michigan, the son of Terrance Raleigh & Elizabeth Jean (McKinnon) Marsh.

 Scott graduated from Chelsea High School in 1990, where he spent many days in the pool on the swim team. An avid member of the Chelsea community throughout his life. Scott worked at The Purple Rose Theater, Seitz's, Vogel’s Party Store, and in construction. Scott loved to read and learn throughout his life and taught himself to play guitar, banjo, trumpet and organ. His main love though was always photography. No matter what the subject, he was always excited to share his knowledge with everyone around him. 

He is survived by his parents, Terry and Betty Marsh of Chelsea; his brother, David (Debbie) Marsh of Chelsea; his sister, Deneen (Patrick) Smith of Ann Arbor; two nieces and a nephew, Nina (Antoine) Bosse, Anyssa Marsh (Colin Koltz), Matthew Smith; his aunts and uncles; and his beloved cat Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth (Aka: E). He was preceded in death by his brother, Terrance Richard Marsh; and his grandfather, Larry McKinnon.

The family will have a Celebration of Life at a later time. Memorial contributions may be made to a GoFundMe account to pay for funeral expenses, with any extra going to Faith in Action. Arrangements by Cole Funeral Chapel, Chelsea.



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#2 Michael Spade 2021-08-17 22:02
Terry, Betty, Dave and Deneen,
I am terribly sorry for your loss. I always felt welcome at your home on Sugar Loaf Lake. I have wonderful memories of the summers. Your entire family was always kind. Your door was always open. I appreciate having a childhood friend with that kind of family. Please know I am praying for you through this challenging time. God Bless you all, Mike Spade
#1 Erin Throneberry 2021-08-17 15:42
Dear Family,
I was a friend of the Harook family. I spent summers running around with Scott. We ran into each other at one point at EMU...we reconnected for a brief time catching up and laughing. I am so sorry for your loss.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Erin (Haywood) Throneberry

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