Long, ScottScott J. Long age 50 of Lincoln, passed away May 29, 2016.  He was born February 6, 1966 in Moorhead, Minnesota to John D. and Joan M. (Erickson) Long.  Scott worked as an IT professional and was currently at Fiserv.  He received his degree from North Dakota State University.

He is survived by his wife, Mary McCauley-Long, son Connor, daughters, Alaetra and Malayah all of Lincoln.  Parents John and Joan of Glyndon, Minnesota.  Brother, Randy Long of Fargo, North Dakota.  Mother-in-law and father-in-law, Gerald and Peggy McCauley of St. Paul, Minnesota.  Sister-in-law, Cathy Campbell of Miami, Florida and brother-in-law, Greg McCauley of Seattle, Washington.

Family will be greeting friends on Sunday, June 5th from 4:00-7:00 P.M. at Wyuka Funeral Home.

Services will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Monday, June 6th at Lincoln Berean Church, 6400 S. 70th street, Lincoln.  No viewing or visitation, cremation.

Memorials in lieu flowers may be left for the children’s college fund in care of the family.

42 Responses to Scott J. Long

  1. Mike Vangsnes says:

    Dear John, Joan, Randy and other family members,

    I am so sorry for the loss of your son, brother, grandson, nephew, uncle, father and friend Scott. I know there are no words that can make your loss any easier to bear. Our paths have been ctossed for many years that I gave enjoyed and treasure. I am sorry I did not know Scott, knowing you all I know he was an awesome person and will be missed terribly. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers and hope for strentgh from your support system. Love to all of you.

    With deepest sympaties,
    Your friend

    Mike Vangsnes

  2. Sandy Klemz (Ackerson) says:

    John, Joan, Randy and Scott’s wife and children,
    I send you my deepest sympathies. I will always treasure fond memories of Scott throughout high school and how he always called me “Boss” after our senior play. He sent me an Easter greeting this past spring and referred to me as “Boss” one last time. This will always bring a smile to my face and cheer to my heart. God will take care of you now and always. I continue to pray for all of you. Sending love and many hugs, Sandy Klemz (Ackerson)

  3. Jenn Stahnke says:

    Our thoughts and Prayers go out to your family as you find a way to move on after the loss of your daddy. Much Love,Jenn and Jackie

  4. Gene and Linda Walker says:

    So very sorry for the loss of Scott. May God comfort you throught out these sad times.

  5. Carol Reddekopp says:

    Mary and family, Please know my prayers are with you. Wish I could be there to give hugs to you all. I pray for now that you are comforted by friends, family, sweet memories, and God’s love and grace.

  6. Leonard,Deb,Mary,Emily Cernik says:

    Our deepest sympathy to all of you. Prayers for all of you.

  7. Joe P. Murphy says:

    SO sad to hear about Scott, he was a very nice man. My prayers are with you Mr.
    and Mrs. Long as well as the rest of Scott’s family. Joe

  8. Randy and Diane Andreasen says:

    John, Joan, Randy, and Scott’s family, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time.

  9. Sunnee Davison says:

    Mary, May God Bless you and your family,
    you’re all in our hearts, thoughts and prayers!
    We will all miss your children’s biggest fan!
    All our love! Sunnee Davison & family

  10. Geriann Rada says:

    Mary, Connor, Alaetra, Malayah, and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Scott’s welcoming smile and enthusiasm for basketball will be missed. You are all in our prayers. May God carry you through this sad time. John, Geriann, Jessina, Kolbe.

  11. Joe and Kara Schumann says:

    May you find peace in the love of your family and friends. You are all in our thoughts.

  12. Dorothy Schmidt says:

    To the Long family,
    I am sorry to hear of your son’s death. Way too soon. I did not Scott but I know he had a wonderful family in Glyndon. may Our loving savior grant you Comfort.Isaiah 43 is very comforting. I really liked that going through grief. God bless you. Dorothy Schmidt

  13. Connie Ronan says:

    We want to send you love and hugs for your loss of Scott. May God help you through this time. You will be able to treasure the good memories. Keep strong. Know that we are thinking of all of you!

    Connie Ronan

  14. Marlita says:

    So very sorry for your loss, a loss for many of us. May God surround you with his love and comfort you knowing Scott is in good hands. Prayers and hugs to you. Marlita

  15. Joel McIntosh says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family in your time of need sorry for your loss Rip Scott

  16. Diane Rousek says:

    Mary, Connor, Alaetra, Malaya, and family,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  17. Doyle Dillow says:

    Mary, Conmor, Alaetra and Malayah,
    The entire Nebraska Select Basketball program extends our thoughts and prayers in your loss of Scott. He was and always will be a part of our Select family along with the entire basketball community he touched. His influence and vision still exist within our program and always will. We will dearly miss his positive approach to the game he loved so much. May God Bless all of you during this difficult time.
    The Nebraska Select Basketball Program

  18. Ed Masseth says:

    Memories of life between the ages of 13 and 23 are filled with the reality that Scott was truly my best friend during this crucial time in ones life. We laughed, cried, and were there for each other as we forged our way forward from pre-adolescence to young adulthood. The level of friendship we had was marked by authenticity, honesty, and loyalty that made it easier to navigate the frustration, excitement, fear, and uncertainty that those years provide. It’s amazing to reflect and realize that such a relationship (save the one with my wife) has eluded me since. Most (particularly with us guys) friendships are fairly superficial and shallow involving sports, news and events of the day, etc… rarely going into the deep waters that sometimes sting, but are so worth the effort…my deepest regret is that we both did not find a way past the distance and “busyness” of life to remain close in the past 20 years. I feel a profound sense of double-loss as I realize both the lost years of friendship and the realization that we will not have the opportunity to right the wrong we discussed just two weeks ago….If somehow you are able to read this, Scott, please know that you were (at least for a decade of my life) something we all need more than anything else in life… A TRUE FRIEND… and I’ll say for that I love you like a brother and always will…may the people in your life recently and your family be blessed by what you meant to me……

  19. Ed Masseth says:

    sorry all for the double entry… I’m not overly tech savvy and am also exhausted and tried to re-type my thoughts as I didn’t think the first comment went through. Just know I truly loved Scott…

  20. Mitch Grimm says:

    I’m so sorry to hear about Scott’s passing. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help your family through this difficult time.

  21. Bill Ibach says:

    I am so very sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. I worked with Scott at Hornbacher’s many years ago and he was a good guy; a genuinely nice person. I remember he had a passion for his work and for coaching basketball. He was very social and well-liked by his co-workers. I know that he was a good son, brother, husband, and father and that the world is a lesser place without him in it. I also know that anyone who met him was better for it. My deepest sympathies for all of his family and friends who I know will miss him deeply.

  22. Michelle Jansa says:

    Mary, Connor, Alaetra & Malayah,
    So sorry for the loss of your husband and father. Thinking of you at this sad time and hoping you find comfort in good memories with him. Todd, Michelle &
    Aspen Jansa

  23. Mike McCarthy says:

    John, Joan, Randy, Scott’s wife and children
    Please know our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May God sustain you at this sad, sad time. Mike and Carol McCarthy

  24. Pat Rieder says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time.

  25. Judy & Jim Belquist says:

    John, Joan, Randy, and family,
    We were so sad to read in the Forum of Scott’s death. We have such fond memories of our days in the 4-plex in Moorhead when Scottie and Jay were babies. Even though we have lost touch through the years, we have thought of you and tried to locate you when we moved back to our hometown, New Rockford, North Dakota, 12 years ago.
    You have our deepest sympathy at this sad time in your lives.

  26. Jean Ward says:

    Joan, John and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and all your family. Russ & Jean Ward

  27. Arlette Mihlbauer says:

    John, Joan, Randy, and Family of Scott,
    I know there are no words to comfort such a loss but know that you all have many people praying for strength for you all to get through this. It is hard to carry on after such a shock. Joan, John, and Randy if you need ANYTHING here at home let us know. We are here for you all!! George (701-781-2719), Arlette (701-261-1877) and Preston Mihlbauer!!

  28. Michael Stinson says:

    Mary and Family,

    My deepest sympathy to you in this time of grief. My thoughts are with you.

    Michael Stinson

  29. Margaret Walker says:

    I am so very sorry. Know that my thoughts are with you. I have such fond memories of Scott – especially his great smile and infectious laughter.
    Margaret Walker

  30. v. thompson says:

    My sincere condolences to the family of Scott Long. May you find comfort in your loving memories, and in knowing that Scott is in the safest place possible – Jehovah God’s memory. (Malachi 3:16) The Biblical accounts of the resurrection are so sure that soon you too will have an opportunity to hear God’s Son, Jesus, say, as he did to Lazarus: ‘Scott, come on out!’ to a resurrection of everlasting life in paradise on earth. (John 11:43) With deepest sympathy,
    For more comfort regarding the resurrection promise, please visit jw.org

  31. B Rilett says:

    I’m going to remember Scott at Connor’s basketball games, standing a little off from Mary and the rest of us, focusing intensely on the game and beaming with pride at his immensely talented son. I remember how proud he was too at Connor’s high school graduation party, especially when he shared the slide show he’d spent hours creating. Scott was proud not only of Connor but also of his beautiful and talented girls, Alaetra and Malayah. He often commented on how amazingly wonderful Mary was too. The messages Scott posted to his Facebook page show that he lived and loved with an open, generous heart.

    This is a terrible loss for all of you, but I hope the happy memories of all the good times and shared love will bring you peace and help carry you through the darkness. We love and admire your family so much.

    Bev, Larry, Mike, Kate, & Sam

  32. terry meyenburg says:

    To all the family and friends of Scott Long, There are no words or feelings that can describe the loss that we feel but I can only be thankful for the happy moments in time that we shared with Scott,God bless all who knew him. Terry and Pat Meyenburg

  33. Brett and Mandi Thompson says:

    Long family, so sorry for your loss of Scott. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

  34. Bonnie and Rose says:

    Mary and Children, We heard from your parents/grandparents of your great loss. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. God Bless and comfort you. Deepest sympathy from the ladies from Dunn Brothers.

  35. Lucia, Steve, Ann and Mark Schroeder says:

    Scott’s Family
    We can’t imagine the pain and sorrow you feel. Our prayers and sympathy for all of you. May God’s “peace that passes understanding” be with all of you. Sincerely, Schroeder Family

  36. Lynn Skrei Greenwaldt says:

    I am so sad for you, your family and Scott’s family after hearing about Scott. My prayers and sympathy are extended to all of you throughout this very tough time. I remember that sweet little guy from back in my babysitting days.

  37. Ray and JoLyn Johnson says:

    John, Joan and other family members,
    Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. God bless, Ray and JoLyn Johnson

  38. Ryan G Eggers says:

    Scott and I knew each other through mutual friends and he lived pretty close by. He was a good man and I mourn his passing.

  39. Doug Miller says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. I worked with Scott some officiating basketball, I enjoyed officiating with him and his sense of humor. Take care and God bless.

  40. Jennifer says:

    Mary, we are so very sorry! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! Runge’s

  41. Carolyn Fox says:

    John and Joan,
    I am so sorry to hear this news.
    Carolyn Mitchell Fox

  42. Mary Murphy Powers says:

    Dear John, Joan, Mary and family,
    I am sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. I have many fond high school memories of Scott from various activities, especially from his student managing of girls’ basketball and keeping the stats, and from Knowledge Bowl, where he sometimes gave off-the-wall funny answers to questions that were supposed to be serious. My best wishes and thoughts are with you.

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