In Loving Memory Of
Scott Andrew McLeod
1968 ~ 2024

(September 2nd, 1968, ~ February 4th, 2024)

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Scott Andrew McLeod on Sunday, February 4th, 2024, at his home.

 Scott is survived by his wife of 30 years, Line McLeod (Robichaud); his son, Matthew; his sister, Beth; as well as his brother, Jeff.

  As per Scott’s request, there will be no visitation.  A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. 

Donations in memory of Scott can be made to the Moncton SPCA (PAW).

The family invites you to sign an online book of condolences at: or emailed to:

Arrangements under the professional care of
Passage Funeral Co-operative and Cremation Centre

625 Mountain Road, Moncton, NB E1C 2P1

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  1. Toutes nos pensées vers vous sont tournées pour vous apporter un peu de réconfort dans l’épreuve que vous vivez. Nos sympathies à la famille Robichaud et McCleod.

  2. I’m a fellow student at the school he worked at. He was always the best I can’t even get my mind off off what happened he was the best teacher in the world and I would give anything just to give him another hug. Rip to the best teacher in the world. Fly high❤️

  3. My Heart and prayes are with you and Mathew. Be strong and now you have another star watching down on boths of you.

  4. I loved Mr McLeod, he was the biggest part of my life. Now he’s gone. He knew everything about me, he wad my favorite teacher in the whole world and I don’t think I’ll ever forget him

  5. I’m so sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. I was in the band with him in the photo Beth posted in the Cedarbrae Collegiate Facebook group. We had many rock and roll adventures over a couple of years. My condolences!

  6. I am sending my condolences to all of Scott’s family & friends. Rest in peace, Scott, until we meet again. Love, Beth

  7. My deepest condolences to Line and Mathew as well as the Mcleod family. Scott Mcleod was a true human being in every sense of the word. A loving and devoted husband and father, a loving son brother and to me my best friend I will miss you dearly. It was a pleasure in an honour having you in my life And I hold the love for you as well. As the friendship you gave me throughout the 35 years I’ve known you it was a true honour to be your friend and share the same love of dogs as we did among other things rest in peace wherever you are my friend , I’ll see you soon and will burn a fatty. Love you, Scott.

  8. Scott and I lived together, worked together and rode together for many years. I have many fond memories of him. I was shocked to hear this news and I send my deepest condolences to Line and family.

  9. Mr McLeod left a lasting impression to my son Owen , as he would help / work with him at school , he will definitely be missed , we would like to express out condolences to all

  10. Nos plus sincères condoléances à toute la famille durant c’est temps difficiles, bon courage. On pense à vous. Bruce et Chantale Keddy ( amis de Jess et Max)

  11. Sending my deepest sympathies . I had the privilege of getting to know Scott by having him come in and supply teach at Birchmount. When he was there, we always had great chats & laughs…what a wonderful human & teacher. My heart hurts and am thinking of his family, & the Birchmount family during this difficult time. ♥️♥️♥️

  12. My most heartfelt condolences to Scott’s family and friends. I worked with Scott years ago, and had many laughs and significant conversations. I know how much he loved his Wife and Son.

    Thank you for all the laughs, Scott, and for believing in me.

  13. I am a student at the school he worked at. he was loved by all of us. he was the best supply last year ever, and to know that he passed. we all had a meltdown fly high, Mr. McLeod🕊️🫶🏻🫶🏻

  14. We are so sorry to hear about Scott. Scott always made us laugh no matter what he was talking about. Thinking of you and Matthew. Hardwick has a heavy heart today.

  15. My family and I were sad to hear of Scott’s passing, he was our neighbour and probably one of the funniest people I ever met always making us laugh!! He was a really nice person and loved his wife and son dearly!! My deepest condolences to Line, Mathew and family, he will always live on in your hearts!! RIP Scott

  16. Our most sincere condolences , we are are shocked beyond words. Many happy memories of Scott, godspeed friend.

  17. Mr Mcleod was an amazing teacher. Me and my friend would talk to him all the time, I miss him so much. Hearing about his passing was devastating for me and my class, fly high Mr Mcleod ❤️🕊️

  18. Thoughts and prayers are with the McLeod family. Hold on too the very special memories of Scott. Had lots of fun growing up at the McLeod household with Scott, Beth and myself and our parents hanging out.i think you tagged along with Beth and I. RIP Scott. You will always be remembered. Your cuz Debbie Bannerman (Mcleod)

  19. Dear Scott, our students loved you, “you were the coolest”, they said. To gain the respect of children is huge and you rocked it. The staff at Hillcrest were so saddened to hear this news. You truly had an impact on those who interacted with everyday. Rest In Peace.

  20. Oh Scott,
    You touched so many lives with your kindness, caring, and humour. You will be missed by friends, family, and many of your students.

  21. In memory of the love that you brought to Forest Glen students and staff. A donation has been made to the SPCA in your name. Love to the family.
    Forest Glen School

  22. So sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. Hard to believe he is no longer here!
    He sure was funny guy, always made the Hardwick neighbours laugh.
    We are thinking of you Line & Matt.
    Rest in peace Scott, you will be missed.

  23. Our Deepest Sympathy to all of you. RIP Scott.
    The Ashleigh Family
    (Eastpark Neighbours)

  24. Our family was saddened to receive the news that Scott had passed so suddenly. We instantly liked him the first time we met him as adults. He will be missed.

  25. From a fellow student, the mark you left on me and many other students is insane. I’ve never met a teacher with such a kind heart and way of teaching. You always knew how to make me and many others laugh. My smile was always there when you were around, you were the schools joy, pride, laughter and happiness over all. We loved you so much and you will be dearly missed. Sincerely Annie. Fly high..

  26. Dear Brother:
    Miss you every day, your young students cared for you so much as did your family. Promise to look over and out for Line and Matthew. I loved your sense of humour, we did have a lot of laughs eh…RIP my Brother, GBNF
    Jeff, Arlene and Adam
    See you when I get there…

  27. Thank you for everything you do at birchmount u came into my class
    And helped my with math and u were the best math teacher.
    RIP. ☺️☺️☺️❤️❤️❤️

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