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Scott Kaplan

Obituary for Scott Kaplan11 Scott Kaplan, 43 (1976-2020), of Centennial, CO passed away on Saturday, May 2nd, 2020 from complications related to COVID-19. He was born in Hartford, CT, graduated from Newington High School and later the University of Hartford, where he met his wife. They have resided together in the Littleton area for 20 years. Scott was dedicated to fundraising for Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a neurologic condition he was diagnosed with in 2003. He did not let MS keep him from doing what he loved. He was also an avid golfer, and coached his boys in baseball and basketball. He was a hard worker, and worked for US West/Qwest/Level 3/CenturyLink for nearly all 20 years of his CO employment. Scott was a family man, and strived to raise his boys to be kind, courteous and respectful. Scott is the beloved husband of Denise Kaplan and the proud father of Patrick and Ethan. Scott is also survived by his parents, Karen and Leonard Kaplan, his sisters Marci Kaplan and Samantha “Sam” (Eric) Dunham, his aunt Weslie (Lewis) Goldfarb, and many, many friends. Private graveside service will be held Wednesday, May 6th at 9:45am and broadcast via Periscope: If you wish to view the funeral: 1. From a desktop computer or any internet browser, go to Periscope or www.pscp.tv a. In the upper left-hand corner of the webpage, there is a search bar where you will type: Scott Kaplan Memorial Service 2. From a mobile device, you can either use an internet browser or you can download an app for Apple iOS or Android A Zoom Shiva will take place Wednesday, May 6 at 6pm. The link to that will be provided Wednesday afternoon. The entire Kaplan family is grateful for the outpouring of support in this unfathomable time. Contributions may be made to his family on a GoFundMe page set up by a friend, to help support his wife and children through this tough time: https://www.gofundme.com/f/1ymgqbahyo?utm_source=customerandutm_medium=copy_linkand utm_campaign=m_pd+share-sheet Donations can also be made to his fundraising efforts for MS (Walk and Bike) directly to his fundraising page here: https://secure.nationalmssociety.org/site/TR?fr_id=31002andpg=personal andpx=2114181 Scott will forever be missed by those he had the opportunity to know; May the memories of Scott always bring you a smile. Last modified: