Scott Charles Bayon, died August 12, 2020.
He was born in Boulder, Colorado on 6/14/2000, the oldest of two boys of Kelly Helvey-Bayon and Charles Bayon, and lived his life, to the fullest, in Longmont, CO.
Scott is so missed and will always be remembered by friends and family, as an empathetic, caring, outgoing, competitive, happy and yes, stubborn guy. He was a loyal and trustworthy friend, and often put others above himself. He had a strong relationship with God, and knew where his true north was. His moral character was strong, and he was often selfless with those in need. He was an outgoing and fun baby, toddler and teen. He had such high energy, and always kept us on our toes. His iced-blue eyes and smile could light up any room, and his contagious giggle and laugh made it difficult to stay mad at him. He could talk to people of all ages, from the time he was three years old. His younger brother, Steven, could barely get a word in edge wise and barely spoke, until age three, Scott would speak for him too. Scott brought so much joy and love to our home. He was a voracious reader, but most of our lives after age four, revolved around his, and his brothers’ love of sports. Scott did almost all sports: track, basketball, soccer, flag football, tennis, swimming and golf; but, baseball was his true love. We always got a kick out of watching him play, seeing the joy and excitement he had of competition, the growth of his abilities, and the incredible relationships he built with his teammates, families and coaches, he met along the way. Scott started working at McDonalds from age 14 until 18, and refereed flag football, for We Sport U, for a couple of years, also. He proudly graduated high school at Jobcorps in Clearfield, Utah, and simultaneously received his welding certifications, at age 18. As a family, we all loved boating, camping, fishing, and the outdoors. As teens, Steven loved most their times of playing tag, at the ice rink, Scott driving him in his car to go get junk food and their late night talks. My favorite thing was talking with Scott about anything, and watching his enthusiasm as he talked about his interests. He was an old soul.
Scott leaves behind his parents Kelly and Charlie, brother Steven, half-sibling Deanna aka Aidyn, Grandmother, Marty Helvey, Uncle Ryan Helvey, Great Aunts, Carol, Eileen, Judy, Jan, Great Uncles, Ron, Kenny, Terry, Larry; and many second cousins and extended family.
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