Scott Michael Cherry Ceraso was born on January 22, 1963 in San Jose, California and returned home to his Father in Heaven on September 5, 2021. He was a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in which he served in many capacities. He served a faithful mission in Santiago, Chile. He continued to serve in the church as Executive Secretary, Elder’s Quorum President, Scout Master, Family History Consultant and many other callings. He attended Brigham Young University and was a very talented business account manager. \n\nScott was sealed in the Salt Lake Temple to Roslyn Patrese Stosich on May 8, 1998 and was married for 22 years. They were blessed with four beautiful children: Sabrina Aria, Sierra Lynn, Stephen Michael and Spencer Anthony Ceraso. He instilled his love of the gospel and of missionary work in his children and set an example of faithful service. His daughter Sabrina recently returned from serving a mission in Milan, Italy, and his daughter Sierra is presently serving as a full-time missionary in Tucson, Arizona. Scott supported and encouraged his children in many areas including education, sports, and musical talents. \n\nScott was a creative, fun-loving, intelligent man who was able to build or fix anything. He had an especially soft place in his heart for those who needed help or encouragement and often sought out opportunities to help them feel special and remembered. He leaves behind his four children named above as well as their mother, Roslyn Ceraso, his parents, Bert Loren Cherry and Sandra Lee Cherry, his beloved brother, Todd Anthony Cherry, his loving aunt, Lisa Parle, and his dear friend, Victor Martinez. He will be sorely missed by many.\n\nServices will be held Saturday, September 11, 2021 at 3 PM at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1051 E. 200 S. Lindon, UT 84042. The viewing will be held at 2 PM, prior to the funeral services at the same location. See Nelson Family Mortuary for further information.