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Celebrating the life of

Scott Louis Helmreich

January 17, 1987 - March 04, 2023

Scott Louis Helmreich

Scott Louis Helmreich joined his brother, Jay, in heaven on March 4, 2023 due to a stroke caused by a minor ski accident on January 23, 2023. 

Scott was an expert on the slopes; gliding side to side, as if he were flying.  Scott’s last days were spent in the home he loved and where he grew up surrounded by his mom, dad, family, dear friends, and his cat, Daisy.

A most nurturing person, Scott was always starting seedlings, raising worms, beekeeping, growing organic herbs for his smoothies, and chipping wood for his gardens and grass.

Scott was a self-taught drummer and enjoyed all music, especially classical.  Scott and his brother, Jay, a pianist and bass player, always enjoyed playing music together.

Scott loved books and could teach himself anything. He was selfless and had a tender heart for all those suffering.  Scott loved the Lord and dug into the Bible for his own understanding.

Scott and his dad grew to be very close. Scott recently closed his real estate firm and rejoined his father, David, at the Landings Company.

Scott had an innate engineering mind; however, he switched his major to business economics and graduated from Georgia Southern University.

Scott and Jay were the light of their parents' lives. Truly they were gentle souls in a harsh world.

Scott is survived by his adoring mother and father, Beckie and David; and his aunts, uncles, cousins and friends that will all dearly miss him.

Scott was a member of the Savannah Board of Realtors, Kiwanis Club of Savannah, Skidaway Audubon, a weekly Men's Bible study he attended with his dad, and Compassion Christian Church East Campus.

Visitation will be held Tuesday, March 7, 2023 from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at Compassion Christian Church East Campus with a funeral service to immediately follow at 12:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggest you consider donating in Scott's memory to, designation Sparrow Field Pollinator Gardens, 600 Landings Way South, Savannah, Georgia 31411.




I don’t need to tell you how much we loved and adored Scott. He was our adopted family. It felt as though he and Mark were brothers. They grew up together and in each other’s homes. He didn’t need to be blood to be our family. Y’all were outstanding parents and raised him up to be a wonderful man. Please know we are ALWAYS here for you. Love, Alice

- Alice and Tom Carlyle, Savannah , Ga

Dear David and Beckie, We are here for you, crying tears, and saying prayers. We’re so sorry for your tragic loss. Scott will be missed by all that knew him, such a sweet soul. Truly heartbroken.

- Teri and Chip Grayson, Savannah, GA

Both Scott and Jay may have been cousins. But they felt like distant Brothers. I cannot fathom that they're both gone away. I had just recently been reconnecting more with Scott. We reflected on his return to Uncle David's firm, and how much respect he'd gained for what David built. And gratefulness to be welcomed back. I felt great measures of character not just in what he said, but how he said it. And surely no lack of love nor respect for his family. The last we spoke I shared with Scott I was planning to come down to visit either in March or April. A long overdue trip. And he sounded quite excited at the idea. For what little measure that might play, I'm thankful that the last time we spoke it was something he might have felt happy about and looked forward to. That I will not be able to complete that visit is a lesson to all to seize good opportunities and cherish your loved ones daily. Scott now joins Jay as someone I miss, love, and think about daily.

- Greg Williams, Ashburn, Virginia

Beckie and David, my heart breaks for you both learning that Scott has passed away. No words of comfort will ever be enough for someone who has lost two sons so tragically. I pray that God grants you the strength to overcome this difficult time in your life and give you peace in the days to come. I'm here if you need anything at all.

- Pam Chance, Pooler, GA

I am beyond words to know what to say to express my sympathies to you and your family at this most difficult time. I hope your deep faith and fondest memories will sustain you in knowing your sons loved life and will be well remembered by those with whom they crossed paths.

- Susan Corbit, Savannah, GA

I did not know Scott or Jay but was friends with David from our days at UGA. My sincere condolences to David and family members in the loss of Scott. I know the pain is relentless. May God bless you and help you through this loss.

- Jimmy Lanier, BROOKLET , Georgia

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Helmreich, I am so sorry to hear this sad news. I have fond memories of Scott from seventh grade math class. What a sweet boy! I'm sorry for your loss. Aubrey Brawner

- Aubrey Brawner, Savannah, GA

David, may God bless you and Beckie with the strength to carry on during these tough days! Scott was a great realtor and such a kind man....may he rest in eternal peace!

- Maureen Simmons, Savannah, GA

I always enjoyed talking with Scott about music and our shared love for wellness. I’ve been listening to a band he told me about when we were kids. We had some great conversations as adults I will never forget. You were taken way too soon, dear cousin. All our love and prayers to aunt Beckie and uncle David.

- Katie Winzenburger, St. Louis, MO

Dear David and Beckie, I had the pleasure of working with Scott - he was a very special and kind young man. My sincerest condolences to you on this great loss. He is now safe in the Savior’s arms and forever in the hearts of those who loved him.

- Rosemary Longueira , Savannah, GA

A candle has been lit!

- Emily Cowart, Savannah, Georgia

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time.

- John and Gay Oldfield , Savannah , Georgia

I was heartbroken when I heard about what happened to Scott. He reached out to me this past New Years wishing me a happy new year ahead to which I responded the same and told him I hoped he and his parents were doing well. That warmly unexpected gesture of his sparked a renewed hope in me that perhaps now we would stay in touch more often and reconnect over the interests we shared throughout the years like computers and engineering. During one of his more recent visits to St. Louis, we talked at length about him wanting to build his first PC because he was eager to try his hand at it. I remember how impressed I was by him not feeling the least bit intimidated to take on a project as daunting as building a computer from scratch despite not having ever really done something like that before. But his ability to have so many different interests and hobbies yet maintain the same level of curiosity and knowledge across all of them was undeniably one of his many great attributes. Uncle David and Aunt Beckie, I’m so very sorry for your loss and send you my love in this unimaginably difficult time. Be at peace now, sweet cousin.

- Brian Robinson, St. Louis, MO

Please accept my deepest condolences on your loss of Scott. He was a fine young man that I was privileged to know. He will be in my prayers.

- Gerry Molella, Savannah, Georgia

Our hearts truly ache for you both. There are no words to express our deepest sympathy. Scott was always a good friend to our son and we are so sorry for your tragic loss.

- Rick & Pat Grace, Tampa, Fl

Dear David and Beckie, We are thinking of you and wishing you some modicum of peace. This is very, very sad, and we will pray for you and your whole family. We can't even imagine the depth of your loss.

- Melissa and Jim Emery, Savannah, GA

My heart is broken for y’all….what a handsome young man Scott was!!!! I haven’t seen him in so long. I sure wish there were words that could make this better but we know that it’s a path that must be travelled….I send my love and many prayers to you both…may the peace of the Lord carry y’all through this difficult time….

- Jan Curran, Savannah, GA

i’m very sorry for your unimaginable loss. Your family is in my prayers

- David Costrini, Savannah , GA

Dear David and Beckie- please know that there are many like Sandy and myself, who did not know Scott personally but who have been praying regularly ever since we were made aware of this tragic situation. Our prayers now continue for your comfort and eventual peace. We truly are deeply sorry for the loss of your wonderful son, Scott. Jim and Sandy Bolen

- Jim and Sandy Bolen, Savannah, Ga

David and Beckie, It is with heavy heart that we send condolences to you. We are traveling and will not be able to attend the services for Scott, but be assured of our prayers and thoughts for you and Scott. Sincerely, Patty and Doug

- Giorgio, Savannah, GA

Davis , Our hearts are broken for you, your wife, and extended family. Paul and I will keep you all in our prayers. May you son rest in God's peace. Judy & Paul Ganem

- Judy Nease Ganem, Pooler, GA

Dear Beckie and David, I loved your boys so much I enjoyed babysitting them and they were so much fun to be around. I am so very sorry that you have had to suffer through such a difficult time. You both now have Angels in Heaven to watch over you. I will keep you both in my prayers. God Bless you.

- Suzanne Vonwaldner, SAVANNAH, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel