In Memory

Scott Haglund


SHERIDAN -- A memorial service for Sheridan resident Scott A. Haglund, 33, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at Holy Name Catholic Church in Sheridan by Fr. Ronald Stolcis.

A reception will follow in Holy Name Parish Hall.

He died Sept. 8, 2005, in the Big Horn Mountains.

Born Sept. 17, 1971, in Denver, he was the son of Virginia (Woslager) and Ron Haglund; and, as a young boy, moved to Sheridan with his family. He graduated from Sheridan High School in 1991 and Denver Institute of Technology in 1994, receiving an outstanding student award.

On Jan. 8, 1997, he married Lisa Huber in Sheridan.

He was a delivery driver for United Parcel Service.

A member of Big Horn Mountain Eagles Lodge, he enjoyed darts, fishing, hunting, camping, watersports, and being outdoors.

Survivors include his father of Buffalo; mother, Virginia Nishoff, his wife, three sons, Kaleb, Jacob and Dominic Grosso, and brother, Shawn Haglund, all of Sheridan; sister, Tanya Haglund of Rapid City, S.D.; stepbrother, Scott Nishoff of Shanghai, China; and his grandfather, John Woslager of Sheridan.

He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Betty Woslager; and his stepfather, Sam Nishoff.

Champion-Ferries Funeral Home of Sheridan is in charge of arrangements.



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01/12/09 05:08 PM #1    

Jennie Jacobson (Holton)

Thank you Darren White for the pictures you sent for Scott's page!

04/02/09 02:29 PM #2    

Brian Livingston

I was neighbors with Scott on Huntington Street for many years, and I know his brother Sean and sister Tanya too. When I heard about Scott it made me very sad because he was always so friendly. We all remember people who treated us well or those who treated us badly. Scott always treated me well, and I never heard anyone say that they didn't like him.

07/23/09 11:34 PM #3    

Michelle Fort (Greer)

Scott was always one who would talk to you no matter who you were. He had a passion for life that was so large I moved away in June of 2005 and did not know about his death he was a good person

07/17/11 01:56 PM #4    

Leslie Sweem (Harder)

Scott will always rank as one of my favorite people.  I think his smile says it all.

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