Scott Anthony Bartman
Scott A. Bartman, 62, of Frederick, Md., passed away unexpectedly on Sept. 5, 2019, at his home in Frederick.
He was born Jan. 22, 1957, in Thierville, France to Paul H. and Romayne E. (Macowski) Bartman.

Scott graduated from Shikellamy High School class of 1975 in Sunbury, Pa.
He had a dynamic career in the technology sector spanning 30 years. He began in an entry level position, and rose through the ranks using his intellect and common sense to become Chief Operating Officer for both Input Solutions and most recently Quality First Imaging. Scott was a leader and team player, setting an example for those he worked with.
He recently created to share his nature photography. He had a keen eye and deep appreciation for all the beauty of the natural world, and spent a great deal of time immersed in the outdoors, and photographing its intimate details to share with others. He brought a quirky, thoughtful and undeniably memorable sense of humor to his interactions with friends and his view of the world. His passing will be felt acutely among his close friends at the Dirty Dozen Rod and Gun Club in Sullivan County, Pa., where his presence, his smile, his humor and most of all his easy friendship will be sorely missed.
Scott also spent many hours volunteering at Catoctin Mountain Park for the U.S. National Park Service in his spare time.

Surviving are the love of his life, Kathleen A. Bird and her son, Timothy Bird; siblings, Terri and her spouse Kirk Snyder of Stafford, Va., and Mark Bartman of Birmingham, Ala.; nieces and nephew, Brianne Allison, Cody Snyder and Kelsey Snyder; and two great nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents and maternal grandparents, John and Eva Macowski, and paternal grandparents, Paul Bartman and Eleanor Bartman Umstead.

He will be cremated at Stauffer's Funeral Home in Frederick, Md., at the convenience of his life partner and his family. A Celebration of his Life will take place on Oct. 12, at 1 p.m. at the Dirty Dozen Road and Gun Club, Route 87, Forksville, PA 18616 in Sullivan County.

Contributions can be made to Friends of Worlds End State Park, P.O. Box 62, Forksville, PA 18616 or visit website. (then click on Friends of Worlds End).
Published on September 15, 2019


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Phil Colangelo
Oct 15, 2019
Scott was a good & dear friend. He and then wife, Kim, lived across the street from me in Lake Linganore of New Market, MD, and then we kept our friendship when they moved to the new home off Rte. 75 in MD. We both shared the love of playing golf back then and we consistently played every Saturday in the morning, and any other time we could get away.
My heart-felt condolences to those in his life at present and may God provide you with strength and His peace at this time.
With fond memories, Phil Colangelo
Mary Staley
Oct 10, 2019
A memorial tree was planted in memory of Scott Anthony Bartman.  Plant a tree
Chetan Sharma
Oct 05, 2019
I just heard from Kathy the devastating news of Scott's passing. I am deeply saddened by the untimely passing of my long standing friend of 20 years. We kept a long-distance relationship of trust, mutual respect & admiration; intact for over two decades. He was my client too; and was very demanding in his professional expectations and that is the reason why perhaps he did so well in his career. A keen hobbyist, having numerous dimensions to his warm & friendly attitude, He shall be missed forever. I have no worlds to express my grief. May he rest in peace (RIP) !

Chetan Sharma -CEO, Datamation
Karen Witcraft
Sep 18, 2019
Secret Garden Basket was purchased for the family of Scott Anthony Bartman by Karen Witcraft.  Send flowers
Barbara Macowski Stalter
Sep 16, 2019
Deepest and most sincere sympathy to the love of his life and partner Kathleen , as well as his brother Mark and his sister Terri.

Eternal rest grant to Scott, Oh Lordy and let light perpetual shine upon him.
Jan Dockey
Sep 16, 2019
Great guy..he will be missed.
Domenic Nick Picard
Sep 15, 2019
It was 1967 Ansbach Germany we were known as the Beach Bums, Scott, Mark, Joey and me Nick in the summer we would hang out at the pool in our sweatshirts which had our names on it or we play in the cornfields through the hole in the fence but behind our homes. In the winters we build snow forts and defend against the Germans and the Communists. It was the best of times. Scott and I were Rivals over girl named Donna. But it didn't interrupt our friendship. Sorry we lost touch all these years. Rest in peace my friend.