|Birth: ||Sep. 26, 1964|
|Death: ||Oct. 21, 1998|
Scott Brower was born on September 26, 1964 in Viking, Alberta, Canada and was the third and youngest son to Ross and Ileen Brower.
Scott was offered and accepted a four-year scholarship of hockey at the University of North Dakota. While there Scott was part of the UND Fight Sioux hockey team that in 1987 won the NCAA Championship in hockey.( Scott was back-up for starting goalie Eddie Belfour during the series ) Scott made the Dean's list in his Junior and Senior years and graduated with honors with a Bachelors Degree in Communications and a grade point average of 3.42.
Brower was drafted by the New York Rangers and would spend his career playing in Flint, Denver, San Diego and Memphis as well as Germany and Finland. He later became the Director of Ticket Sales for the Corpus Christi Ice Rays of the WPHL.
On October 21, 1998, Scott was driving from Corpus Christi, Texas towards Padre Island on the JFK Causeway in the southbound lanes, a Chevy Blazer being driven by Joes Luis Flores which had just left Farah's bar and was northbound in the one way southbound lanes. The Blazer drove the wrong in the direction over the JFK Bridge and curved to the right continuing north on the wrong side of a four foot barricade that separates the north and southbound lanes.
This information was copied from The Scott Brower Memorial Website.
In Loving Memory of Our Beloved Son, Brother, and Friend
Seaside Memorial Park
Created by: Okieologist
Record added: Sep 02, 2009
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