It is always difficult to write a memorial tribute, but Scully’s may be the most challenging. We knew when he came to us that his health was compromised, but we had no idea that he was living with two different cancers. We also knew his previous life was a disaster. He lived on a chain in mud and then was left abandoned by his former family. We just couldn’t allow that to continue, and we desperately wanted to help. Enter – his angels. An incredible family stepped up knowing this was a hospice situation. and said, of course, we will do whatever we can. Little did they know they would fall in love. His foster sister eloquently posted the family’s sentiments: (sic)
Thankfully, he crossed over with a forgotten past and carried with him a sense of peace and love.