"Chalky" Scott Whyte (29 May 1977 - 11 Apr 2019)

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The Warrior Programme

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Royal Engineer Benevolence Fund

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Army Cadets

Funeral Service

Location
Taunton Deane Crematorium Wellington New Road Taunton TA1 5NE
Date
29th Apr 2019
Time
12.30pm
Funeral Director
Robson & Stephens Funeral Services, Minehead

Funeral Reception

Location
The Worlds EndBradford on ToneTauntonTA4 1ET
Date
29th Apr 2019
Time
2.15pm

Whyte – Scott “Chalky” passed away at home on Thursday 11th April 2019 aged 41 years.

A much-loved son of Graham, brother to Kevin and Corrin, partner to Hannah and nephew to John, he will be sadly missed by everyone who knew him.

Funeral service to take place on Monday 29th April at Taunton Deane Crematorium 12.30pm

Family flowers only please, but donations in memory of Chalky are being received for Royal Engineer Benevolence Fund, the Army Cadets and the Warrior Programme, these can be left as you leave the service or sent c/o Robson & Stephens Funeral Services, 14 Park Street, Minehead TA24 5NQ. Tel (01463) 703000
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So many memories from your birthday last year. Feel such overwhelming sadness and heartbreak thinking about them and all we had planned for your birthday this year. I've never felt so broken, I feel like my life stopped with yours. I miss you so much xx

So many memories from your birthday last year. Feel such overwhelming sadness and heartbreak thinking about them and all we had planned for your birthday this year. I've never felt so broken, I feel like my life stopped with yours. I miss you so much xx

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Will miss you every minute of the day love you bro xxx

Will miss you every minute of the day love you bro xxx

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You were a pain at times but I always loved you xxx

You were a pain at times but I always loved you xxx

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At your happiest xxx

At your happiest xxx

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Me and my little bro. I'm going to miss you so much love you more xxx

Me and my little bro. I'm going to miss you so much love you more xxx

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Vicki Phillips wrote

Chalky, I’ve only just seen. I can’t believe you’re gone. You were such a legend, and I learnt so much from our chats whilst I made your mochas during my time at MY. Thank you for always listening, for helping with my broken car, and for watching out for us. You will be missed.

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A great friend who will be sorely missed by us all. Rest in peace Chalk x

A great friend who will be sorely missed by us all. Rest in peace Chalk x

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Dave and Lyn Marks wrote

Chalky you entered our lives just under 10 years ago. It was like different worlds colliding ,yours full of army and war,trying to brave up but broken inside. Ours civilian, spontaneous, not planned and talking about Jesus. But you brought something nobody else could bring, you didn't budge from what you held dear, you saw nature with details that most never saw. You loved the woods and made your home there, you shared your secret places with friends. Even the deer found a special place in your heart, as you watched them, they watched you. You began to appreciate God the creator and all he had made, including Lola, who became a borrowed dog best mate. You went on many adventures together. You worked alongside Andrew, Marilyn and their family, always happy to lend a hand. Discovering a passion for wood carving, never by machine, always by hand, diligently watching how the grain and beauty began to be revealed as you worked, and things began to take shape and purpose. Then when that became impossible due to injuries, you started to seek help elsewhere and new doors opened. You had time with people who understood your condition and it started to help you refocus and change your mindset. Things got even better when you were given a new place to live and felt peaceful and safe. You made it your man cave and the men loved being there with you. Then life changed again as Hannah and your friendship blossomed into love. No longer alone, no longer needing your bergen to always be within reach. Wearing more civvy clothes, actually chosen by you, talking planning a future together, watching sunrises and sunsets, daring to step out beyond stuck places. Talking of all the advetures you would share together, places to go and things to do, making family with Hannah by your side, planning the future together. Feeling robbed right now but knowing you are at peace, heaven bound with no more pain, no broken body, freedom at last to be you, no fears, no anxiety.
Blessed to have shared memories of togetherness with the family and especially extended family at christmas times, watching our crazy family at work and you joining in on the fun, sharing in cooking bake offs (sorry it wasnt cheesecake), watching the latest films, tummies full from regular enormous roast dinners but all of us laughing over Hannah' refusal to have anymore, to watch her constantly pick a little as she talks. Feeling sorry for all your green smoothies and trying to tempt you with chocolate, which you took like a proper soldier.
I shall miss all those moments and much more and the way you loved my daughter. We were thinking we were going to gain a son, but now we have an empty space thats full of sadness. God bless you and keep you safe forever and always.

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This photo was taken when we was in Iraq, i was only 18 at the time and you helped myself and the other young lads through the tour having chats with us over a brew. You always had a smile on your face even when we had some rubbish jobs. Awsome bloke

This photo was taken when we was in Iraq, i was only 18 at the time and you helped myself and the other young lads through the tour having chats with us over a brew. You always had a smile on your face even when we had some rubbish jobs. Awsome bloke

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Happy memories from our holiday in Dartmoor. It will never be the same. Miss you so much x

Happy memories from our holiday in Dartmoor. It will never be the same. Miss you so much x

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Always up for a laugh

Always up for a laugh

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  • Lol gonna miss him making me smile when I'm down. Xxx

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Dean Holling wrote

Firstly, I haven’t wanted to write anything because I still can’t believe you are no longer with us. And when I heard the news I felt sick and numb that I’d never see you again. You leave behind an amazing girlfriend, family and many, many friends from all kinds of walks of life.

Secondly, I just wanted to say that you were an inspiration to those who met you, to have endured everything that life threw at you with a cheeky grin. Most of us can’t imagine what you’d been through. But it was amazing to see you change in the last few years and most of all when you met Hannah. We’re so sad you are gone, but so happy that you found real joy with her - she made you complete.

Mate, we will never forget you.

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  • Thank you Dean. I know how much he meant to you and what a good friend you were to him. Hannah x

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Chalky and I, happy times. Mate, I'm going to miss you so much. Always with a brew going too.

Chalky and I, happy times. Mate, I'm going to miss you so much. Always with a brew going too.

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Chalky loved animals, and they loved him.

Chalky loved animals, and they loved him.

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  • Mocha time too I think!

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  • He always found strays when he was little and bought them home. Tiger was his first cat. Xx

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