June 24, 1979 – May 12, 2021
Scott A. Macphee, Victoria BC. He left us too early but peacefully on May 12, 2021, surrounded by family.
Born July 24, 1979 in Prince Rupert, Scott found his passion at an early age for the outdoors and fishing. He worked at North Coast rentals while he was in high school and then worked in Alberta at Nortel before joining the Canadian Coast Guard in 1997 in Prince Rupert.
While at the CCG he became a journeyman carpenter renovating lighthouses, before going on to specialize as a Marine Aids Technician. In 2011 he transferred to Coast Guard in Victoria. This took him to new and remote places throughout the southern coast and interior waterways. He immensely enjoyed his work and his many colleagues.
It was in Victoria that he met his beautiful partner Daisy Randall. In July 2016, the couple welcomed their son Tavin into the world, much loved and bringing immeasurable pride to Scott.
Everyone meeting Scott left with a friend. Generous, loyal, and always ready to help, he was an extraordinary cook in the kitchen and at the BBQ. He shared his remarkable life through videos and pictures of his family, acquaintances, and the wondrous places he went that few ever see.
He is survived by his spouse Daisy Randall, his son Tavin Macphee, his parents David and Janice (King) Macphee, his sister Leanne Macphee (Mike) of Vancouver and grandparents Ed and Frances King (Webber) of Prince Rupert. He is predeceased by his grandparents Angus and Dora (Arney) Macphee.
Deeply missed by innumerable family, friends, co-workers, and all who knew him.
We wish we could list you all, but would not be able to end. He spoke well of everyone.
Thanks to the caring staff at Victoria General Hospital. Due to Covid restrictions no service is planned at this time. Until then safely share your memories of Scott Macphee, one of the greats.
I am not your rolling wheels, I am the highway,
I am not your carpet ride
I am the sky. Obituary
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