In Memoriam : Scott Hartley

Scott Hartley Scott V. Hartley - age: 50
(April 26, 1964 to February 22, 2015 )
Resident of Old Orchard Beach, Maine

Visitation Information:
A Masonic Memorial service will be conducted by Orchard Lodge #215, Saturday March 7th 2015 at 2:00PM at the Saco Masonic Lodge 252 Main St, 3rd floor Saco Maine.
Services will conclude with military honors.
Spring burial at Maine Veterans Cemetery in Springvale.
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Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to Maine Center for Cancer Medicine 100 Campus Drive, Suite 108 Scarborough, Maine 04074-9308

Old Orchard Beach, Scott Victor Hartley, 50 of Smithwheel Rd passed away February 22, 2015 at the Maine Medical Center in Portland.
He was born April 22, 1964 in Bangor the son of Janette Layway and the stepson of Norman Prescott.
Scott graduated from Nokomis Regional high School in New port, Me in 1982.
He attended the University of Maine in Orono and State of Maine Police Academy in Waterville.
He serviced in the US Army in the military police for four years.
Scott was employed with the US Department of Corrections, then the Saco Police Department, the Old Orchard Beach Police Department and most recently with the York County Jail, and York County Sheriff’s Departments.
Scott was a member of Orchard Masonic Lodge # 215 and he also attended St. Margaret’s Roman Catholic Church (Good Shepherd Parish) in Old Orchard Beach.
He is survived by his parents of Brooks, ME, a son Chase Hartley and a daughter Josette Hartley, both of Old Orchard Beach, sisters Lisa Simonds of Corinna and Melissa Clark and her husband Robert of Plymouth, nephews James and Matthew and nieces Christine and Heidi, special friends Eugene and Tari-Lea O’Neill and their daughter Katie of Old Orchard Beach.

Rebecca Hoosier - February 26, 2015Contact this person Contact this person
Rest in Peace Scott you fought a great fight we will miss you!! Josee and Chase I am so sorry about your dad but know that I am here if you need anything love you!!

Richard Giroux - February 27, 2015Contact this person Contact this person
It is sad to hear about Scott, but at the same time I have great memories from our days at the York County Jail. I was called Snoop from the inmates, and I remember Scott coming to help me. I was on the floor with two inmates, and all of a sudden I hear Scott say, I got him Snoop. I was usually the one coming to the rescue, that time Scott was there to help. I will miss Scott, he was a good friend and a great person to work with. We had many stories to tell, and loved his children.

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