In Celebration of CRAIG SCOTT

February 25, 1963 - October 26, 2020

With his amazing wife Elizabeth (Lou) by his side, Craig passed away peacefully at Princess Margaret Hospital following a brief battle with cancer. Heartbroken by this significant loss, we are also comforted by the fact that he is no longer suffering.

Loving husband of Elizabeth Scott (nee Weir) and brother to Sandra Carlson (Dave). Predeceased by his parents, Mac and Nadia Scott, his brother Gary Scott and his girls Betty & Daisy. Craig was the favourite son-in-law of Janet Weir and brother-in-law to Kenneth Weir (Jane Davey). He was the adoring & crazy uncle to Ashley (Adam) Hallman, Shannon Weir, David Weir, Tara Carlson & Michael (Jennifer) Carlson.  He was also a cherished friend to many and loving Pa to Jerry.

Craigie lived his life in appreciation of quality, in people, conversation, travel, food, and truly lived his best life with no regrets. He brought joy and laughter to those lucky enough to share a pint with him.

Elizabeth wishes to thank the dedicated & caring medical team at Princess Margaret Hospital. In particular, she is grateful to the very kind & supportive palliative care team.

Elizabeth also wishes to thank everyone for the support and generosity of all friends and family during this difficult time.

Visitation will take place on Saturday, October 31st from 12pm to 2pm, at the Cardinal Funeral Home at 366 Bathurst (at Dundas) Street, Toronto. Social distancing rules apply and masks are mandatory.

A private service will be made available to stream on October 31st at 2:15pm. Please copy and paste the following link to your browser to Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 822 9026 6827 Passcode: 675805

In lieu of flowers, donations to Toronto Animal Services ( or to the Canadian Cancer Society ( would be greatly appreciated.

Gatherings will be limited to up to 50 people at a time in a visitation suite. When coming for a visitation, guests are asked to pay their respects to the deceased, acknowledge the family from a safe distance and exit the suite. Guest seating has been arranged to maintain physical distancing and will remain in place for all services and visitation in the funeral home. Once guests exit the visitation suite, we kindly ask them to exit the funeral home to allow other guests the same opportunity.


October 31, 2020
Cardinal Funeral Home - Bathurst Chapel
12:00 PM - 02:00 PM


Cardinal Funeral Home - Bathurst Chapel

Due to Covid-19 limitations, the Chapel Service will not be open to the public.



November 06, 2020
Dean Martin
Craigie, I don't recall who came up with that moniker, I certainly don't remember you as Craigie in high school. But it so fits the friend I knew later in Toronto. Craigie ... the imp, the misbehaving rascal, always up for hi-jinx and adventures. You and Louie were the perfect foil – mayhem and calm, even though it was never really clear which came from where. I will miss you buddy – as Anda said, you're a gentle soul and I know you'll be entertaining the troops for eternity. Louie, lots of love – please stay in touch. Dean
November 01, 2020
Andree and Stuart
We are so terribly saddened by the news of Craig’s passing and while we did not know him personally, we knew him through the stories Lou shared, such fun they had, forming deep friendships wherever they went! Craig and Lou so appreciate the camaraderie one gets over good food and a pint or two! Lou, our thoughts are with you, and we’re here for you....
October 31, 2020
Craig Sealy & Garth Armour
Today’s service was a wonderful tribute to and celebration of Craig. The great stories brought to mind all that we loved about him. Thinking of you all.
October 31, 2020
Jeremy and Tiffany Luckhoo
Craig brought so much joy to everyone around him. He will be missed by many. Lou, we know this is a very difficult time, our love and thoughts are with you.
October 31, 2020
Davies Family (UK)
So sorry for your loss, Lizzie & Craig's family. The line in the eulogy sums it all up: "The flame that burns twice as bright burns half as long." - Lao Tzu. The amazing thing about Craigie is that it isn't going to be difficult to remember all the great times!
October 30, 2020
Andy Folland
Dear Lou, Please accept our heartfelt condolences on the passing of dear Craig. We are so very sorry for your loss. He will be greatly missed. Andy and Suzanne Folland
October 30, 2020
Gail Leggett
I am so very sorry and saddened to hear of Craig’s passing, he was a friend growing up in St. Albert. Sending my love to the family. ❤️🙏 Gail
October 28, 2020
Natalie Kim Rae
Dear Lou, as one of many childhood friends of Craigie in St Albert, we have been left heartbroken over his loss. We have cherished memories of Mac and Nadia's home parties in the basement. What a great family !! Craig was a kindred spirit and funny as heck, he called me Shirley, never did get to ask him why,lol. I will never forget his laugh, kindness and gentle nature towards others. He will be truly missed, i wish you comfort and appreciation for his care during the hard times. Our deepest condolences to the family and to Sandra and Dave. Much love, Natalie and Linda xo
October 28, 2020
Tammy Horowitz
Lou, I am so sad and sorry to hear of the passing of Craig. I am sending strength and love and my deepest condolences.
October 27, 2020
Krista & Lou DiBerardino
Lou and I are so incredibly sorry. It was such a pleasure to know Craig. Our thoughts are with you Lou #1 😘. Know we are here for you from afar. We love you.
October 27, 2020
Natalie Malarczuk
All of us at TAS who knew Craig are very sad to hear this. Our condolences to the family and Elizabeth.
October 27, 2020
Leah Cosgrove
I am so sorry and sad to hear the news of Craig's passing. He was such a staple in our Foggy Dew crew and he will be deeply missed. My last memory of Craig is him dancing to "Move on Up" by Curtis Mayfield with my one year old daughter, and it was just the sweetest thing. I will cherish this memory forever. XOXO
October 27, 2020
Jeanne-Marie & Mark
Craigie, you were the life of the party and such a great friend to many. You will be deeply missed. Know that we are taking care of your dear Lou. Love you forever.
October 27, 2020
Debbie Folkes
So sorry to read this Lou. I can’t imagine your loss. Sending prayers and hugs.