Scott Davidson was a man of numerous abilities: fireman, competitor, teacher‚ mentor, and barkeep just to give some examples. He gave of himself to his locale from various perspectives. He was turned upward to by numerous individuals as a ball mentor and teacher. He appreciated life and all it had to bring to the table. He was a wild contender who won numerous honors. He was a top pick in baseball majoring in the Great Kills Little League.
Scott Davidson was brought into the world on January 4, 1968, in Brooklyn, New York. He played four years of b-ball at St. Joseph-by-the-Sea High School where he was named the most important part in the Jacques Classic All-Star High School game in 1986. He procured a four-year college education in history from the College of Staten Island where he played on the ball group for each of the four years and was commander his senior year. Materialistic things were not of significance to Scott.
Individual Life and Tragic Demise
The main things to Scott were his two kids, his child Peter, 8 years old‚ and his girl Casey, 4 years of age. He was exceptionally pleased with them‚ and he was most joyful while training them, having a catch or watching a dance presentation. He trained his child Peter in football and baseball‚ and his girl Casey was unquestionably a ‘Daddy’s Girl.’ He adored his kids over all things.
Probably the proudest second in Scott’s life, besides the introduction of his two youngsters, was the point at which he moved on from the firm foundation. When he was in Brooklyn Heights, New York, he worked at Ladder Company 118. He was a fireman since January 16, 1994 – a deep-rooted dream of his. He frequently said it was ‘the best occupation in America.’
On September 11, 2001, Scott was on the job and reacted to the call following a second seized carrier struck the World Trade Center.
Scott’s demonstrations of courage are to be expected. He was a daring and dauntless man and an ardent loyalist. He was a companion to many and will be painfully missed by all of us.
He is survived by his two youngsters, Peter and Casey, his dad Stephen Davidson‚ his mom Carla DiMaggio‚ his stepmother Linda Davidson‚ his sibling Michael Davidson‚ and his grandmother Celia Lategano.