1962 Scott 2021

Scott Michael Navlyt

September 18, 1962 — February 18, 2021

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SCOTT'S STORY
Scott Michael Navlyt passed away on February 18th, 2021 at the age of 58.
He is survived by his loving wife Sandy Navlyt and his dearest daughter, Alyssa Navlyt.

Scott was Born on September 18th, 1962 to James H. Navlyt and Carol B. (Lindley) Wild in Woodstock, Illinois. Scott is the second son of his five siblings, Oldest half Sister Jackie Navlyt - passed Aug. 2020, Oldest Brother James (Jimmy) Navlyt - passed July 2001, younger Brother Eric (Rick) Navlyt, youngest Sister Robin Shelby Spence.

Scott had a strong loving relationship with his in-laws Bob and Shirley McGee, who love him as their own Son. Scott and Sandy would enjoy spending time with their many nieces and nephews. Several were more like their own children in the heart. Taniesa Vlasak, Tyler, Trevin and Taegan Thompson, Bobby, Bradley, Brian, Tiffany McGee, Shane & Brittany Navlyt, Samantha, Sarah & Jimmy jr. Navlyt, Casey & Lora Spang. The time Uncle Scott spent with them fishing, roughhousing, football coaching, teasing, fixing their cars, molded and shaped his life for the man he became. Each of them gave a gift of being loved, needed, & wanted and left him with some of the greatest memories he always cherished.

In 1976 Scott's childhood family moved from Greenwood, Illinois to Sunnyvale California.
He graduated from Fremont High School in 1980. In 1985 Scott married his high school sweetheart Sandy McGee-Navlyt.

In 1990 Scott enlisted into active duty with the United States Army. Which took him to basic training in Ft. Benning Georgia, to Garry Owen, in South Korea, and lastly to Ft. Campbell Kentucky, where Sandy joined him. His rank of active service was E-4 Staff Sergeant. His training consisted of Specialty - 11Co indirect fire infantryman. He received several medals and badges in the National defense service, expert badge M-16 rifle, expert badge hand grenade, Overseas service ribbon, Air assault badge, Expert badge 81 MM mortar, and Army achievement medal. His most favorite Army experience was parachute jumping from planes in Airborne training and flying in Helicopters.

1994 Scott began his career as an Electrician working alongside his brother Rick Navlyt.
Scott's years as a skilled Electrician grew in the San Jose Bay area as a residential (custom homes), Commercial, and Industrial as a California Certified Electrician. The most meaningful and rewarding company to hire Scott was Sacramento Rendering (S.R.C.) He worked at SRC for 12 years and was promoted to Plant Supervisor. The people at SRC meant the world to Scott, he called them family, dear friends, and many became like brothers.

There is no greater time than the Blessing and Joy to Scott's life the day he became a Dad to his most priceless gem Alyssa Lynn Navlyt (aka Baby). Anyone that knows Scott from that day forward knew how much Alyssa meant to him, he would and did talk about her to anyone. He had great pride and honor being her Dad.

Scott enjoyed working around the house doing home upgrades and repairs, yard work, and landscaping. Watching one of his favorite sports teams San Jose Sharks, Chicago Bears, or San Francisco Giants, playing video games with Alyssa. His most favorite activity was FISHING, FISHING, FISHING! His Best day fishing was with Alyssa on the Sacramento River when she caught her first fish.

Scott had a very big heart and was liked by all who knew him. He loved to help others and always had a smile on his face and a joke - a prank or two to give. He will be missed greatly by those lucky enough to have known him. He will live forever in our hearts. GO SHARKS! GO BEARS!
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Service Schedule

Past Services

Celebration of Life

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Starts at 10:30am

Heritage Oaks Memorial Chapel

6920 Destiny Dr, Rocklin, CA 95677

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