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Toni Sly
Toni Sly
I hope the following provides comfort for  you.  

 

                        To Those I Love & Those Who Love Me

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When I am gone, release me, let me go
I have so many things
to see and do
You mustn't tie
yourself to me with tears
Be happy that we had
so many years.






I gave you my love, you can only guess
How much you gave to
me in happiness
I thank you for the
love you each have shown
But now it's time I
travelled on alone.






So grieve a while for me if grieve you must
Then let your grief
be comforted by trust
It's only for a while
that we must part
So bless the memories
within your heart.






I won't be far away,  for life goes on
So if you need me,
call me and I will come
Though you can't see
me or touch me I'll be near
All of my love around
you soft and clear.






And then, when you must come this way alone
I'll greet you with a
smile and say
"Welcome
Home"
Angela Ten Clay
Angela Ten Clay
My prayers are with you, Cahill family. I had the privilege of coaching Emily in club volleyball, and she was a stellar athlete with a wonderful attitude.
I pray that God will show you his grace and mercy, and you will be comforted in this time of loss and feel His loving arms around you.
kim huynh
kim huynh
Dear Sue,Cassi, Emily and Sarah-I had the privilege of having Scott as a leader for many years.  While i never met you before, I got to know you all really well through all the stories that he shared. I'm sure by now, you have heard so many stories of everyone who's lives your husband and dad touched and how his leadership and work style made coming to work so easy. Scott had such an easy going and warm personality. There is no doubt he made every minute count. I always wondered if he every slept at night with his busy schedule  and in fact I remember asking him so.  As you all continue through your life journeys, I'm quite certain he is up there guiding your every move and so proud of his family and the confident girls that he raised.  Heaven has gained another angel and may you continue to remember the loving husband and father that he was.  May God bless you and help lighten your heavy hearts.
David Peters
David Peters
Family of Scott Cahill- My deepest condolescences.  I just recieved the shocking news about Scott.  I had the tremendous priviledge of coaching Scott on Newman's only state tournament team in 1984.  Scott was a coach's player!! He consistently overachieved in all he did and I was touched by his life accomplishments.  What a beautiful family!!  Know that many are sharing your grief but we all know Scott's strong faith.  Know your family will be in my prayers in the days ahead.

In deep sympathy,

David Peters
Carol Barber
Carol Barber
Sue and Family,

Even though we are not there with you, you are soooo in our thoughts.We got to meet Scott at a party at your home for winter formal and of course Alec attends school with Cassi. and we were all together for pictures for this years prom. Cassi, I lost my dad 3 days before I started my 2nd yr. of college so I want to share with you that your dad wants you to carry on and "be the BEST that you can be at everything you do." So get out that favorite picture of Dad, make it an 8 x 10 and keep it close to you, When you need extra strength, take a long glance and that picture and carry on with your head high and your heart strong! He was sooo proud of you and keep making him proud. You are a beautiful girl and a beautiful family and I know you will get through this and have beautiful memories always. Hugs to you, mom and sisters...Our prayers are strong for you right now and we are so truly sorry for your loss.

Carol, Phil, Alec Barber 

 
John Eddy
John Eddy
To Scott’s Family and Friends,<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />






 


Arup’s sadness on hearing the news of our good friend and client, Scott Cahill, is deep, but in no way as deep as that felt by Scott’s wonderful family, friends and colleagues.  Scott was the steady hand that brought the Center Street Pedestrian Bridge and the Riverwalk from ideas sketched on paper to constructed civic amenities that continue to be appreciated by Des Moines’ residents and visitors.  Let the Riverwalk stand as testament to Scott’s love of and hard work for his community.






 


Personally, I had the pleasure of visiting with Scott over several years on monthly trips to Des Moines for project meetings on the Center Street Pedestrian Bridge.  Whenever our post-meeting conversations turned away from work the subject was family.  There was no prouder father and husband than Scott.  In his low key and somewhat sarcastic style, he would run through the upcoming calendar of activities where he was either cheering or coaching his daughters.  No amount of dryness in his delivery of the schedule hid the great pride he took in the breadth of their busyness, their success and his involvement.






 


Countless were the invitations I extend to Scott to share a meal in the evening after a long day of meetings.  I am truly thankful that Scott turned me down 99% of the time.  His reason was simple and understandable – he had things to do with his family.  Thank you Scott for having the wisdom and sense of purpose to say “No thanks. I’ve got to get home tonight”.  Thank you Scott for declining and, in so doing, preventing my invitation from robbing you of the limited time you had with your most cherished accomplishment – your family.  






 


It certainly doesn’t seem fair that a man who so loved his family will not be able to share a smile and a hug and probably a few winks of support as his daughters grow to be as he envisioned – beautiful and successful women.  Equally unfair is the stealing of quiet moments when he and his wife can share their pride in those same beautiful and successful women. 


 


Somehow, we know that he will be there for them just as he was these many, but far too few, years. 







 

Project Director, Center Street Bridge, Arup Design Team
Carson Luger
Carson Luger
I am very saddened by Scott’s passing. Sue, Cassi, Emily and Sarah; I have been thinking about you non-stop since Sunday.  All of the comments posted here are spot on and most importantly, expressed often during Scott’s life.  I was fortunate to witness Scott as a leader in his professional career, religious life and as a father.  He inspired me to be a better man.  I will always remember bugging him daily during Gaby’s pregnancy with Dominic.  I would sit in his office and we would talk about Gaby’s progress.  He would drop everything and we would just talk.  I was so excited and nervous for our first child and Scott showed great interest and guidance during those times.   I remember him telling me that when Cassi was an infant he figured out the cost per diaper and the exact number of diapers you were to use per day.   His interest in my family never wavered.  Even Saturday night when we spoke, he greeted me with, how’s the fam?  Scott was a true inspiration to me and I believe that I am better person for having known him.  I will miss him, but I will never forget the positive impact he had on my life.  And for that, I am forever grateful.  <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />






 


God bless,




Carson Luger
Julie Correa
Julie Correa
To the Cahill Family -

Our heartfelt blessings to all of you as you face Scott's death. We are holding you close in prayer.

Behold I command thee, take courage, and be strong. Fear not, and be not dismayed: because the Lord thy God is with thee in all things whatsoever thou shalt go to. - Joshua 1:9

Steven, Julie, Anna & Joseph Correa
Tom McClain
Tom McClain
I was very sorry to hear of Scott's passing. Scott was my manager during a couple years I spent at PFG. He was one of the few managers I've had in my career that I would say seem to care about his people. Scott was a good guy. I just wished I could have gotten to know him a little more.


My thoughts and prayers are with your family.  
Chuck Fritz
Chuck Fritz
I am very sorry to hear that Scott passed away.  I worked with Scott at Principal and saw him there frequently.  He was always a very positive person as well as the consumate professional and productive.  He accomplished many things and the list is well known to many in the community.  My memories of Scott are most influenced by his good nature, though, and the fact that he always had a smile as he headed off for more meetings or some other important destination.  Scott was truly a great guy.  I'm sure he's in Heaven and doing great things there as well.   


 
Rick Roquet
Rick Roquet
I originally met Scott playing basketball over lunch at Principal some years back.  He played regularly for quite a few years and when we played, we tended to match up more often than not.  One day, I was going over his back for a rebound and severely sprained my ankle when I came down on his foot.  Totally my fault...but, Scott felt bad about it - he checked up on me while I was out of commission...and when I came back to play, he welcomed me with that "big smile" of his that I've read about in so many of the other posts.
I am shocked and terribly saddened by this news. Scott was a good, good man...I'm sure you all know that.  May the grace of the lord be with you and comfort you...
Tom Heinold
Tom Heinold
Dear Cahill family,
  Scott was a good man – a shrewd businessman, a skilled negotiator, an effective
leader, a valued team member, a motivating partner, a faithful husband and
father, and a good friend. 
  I knew him from our work on the Des Moines Riverwalk project.  He talked proudly of his family, and he was great to work with, always finding a way to move forward even where opinions differed. 
  We will miss him.  May the Lord's face shine upon him.

God bless,
  Tom
Dan Nielsen
Dan Nielsen
Cahill Family,

Please know that you are in our prayers.  We pray that Scott is with our Lord and that you will find peace in knowing the promise of Jesus!

I had the pleasure of doing some coaching of girls basketball with Scott.  I admired his passion in working to help the girls improve and his general caring of their development as players and people.

May the Peace of Christ be with you!

And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts
and your minds in Christ Jesus.  Phil 4:7

Love - The Nielsen family 
Toni Sly
Toni Sly
I hope the following provides comfort for  you.  

 

                        To Those I Love & Those Who Love Me

  <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />






When I am gone, release me, let me go
I have so many things
to see and do
You mustn't tie
yourself to me with tears
Be happy that we had
so many years.






I gave you my love, you can only guess
How much you gave to
me in happiness
I thank you for the
love you each have shown
But now it's time I
travelled on alone.






So grieve a while for me if grieve you must
Then let your grief
be comforted by trust
It's only for a while
that we must part
So bless the memories
within your heart.






I won't be far away,  for life goes on
So if you need me,
call me and I will come
Though you can't see
me or touch me I'll be near
All of my love around
you soft and clear.






And then, when you must come this way alone
I'll greet you with a
smile and say
"Welcome
Home"
kim huynh
kim huynh
Dear Sue,Cassi, Emily and Sarah-I had the privilege of having Scott as a leader for many years.  While i never met you before, I got to know you all really well through all the stories that he shared. I'm sure by now, you have heard so many stories of everyone who's lives your husband and dad touched and how his leadership and work style made coming to work so easy. Scott had such an easy going and warm personality. There is no doubt he made every minute count. I always wondered if he every slept at night with his busy schedule  and in fact I remember asking him so.  As you all continue through your life journeys, I'm quite certain he is up there guiding your every move and so proud of his family and the confident girls that he raised.  Heaven has gained another angel and may you continue to remember the loving husband and father that he was.  May God bless you and help lighten your heavy hearts.
David Peters
David Peters
Family of Scott Cahill- My deepest condolescences.  I just recieved the shocking news about Scott.  I had the tremendous priviledge of coaching Scott on Newman's only state tournament team in 1984.  Scott was a coach's player!! He consistently overachieved in all he did and I was touched by his life accomplishments.  What a beautiful family!!  Know that many are sharing your grief but we all know Scott's strong faith.  Know your family will be in my prayers in the days ahead.

In deep sympathy,

David Peters
John Eddy
John Eddy
To Scott’s Family and Friends,<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />






 


Arup’s sadness on hearing the news of our good friend and client, Scott Cahill, is deep, but in no way as deep as that felt by Scott’s wonderful family, friends and colleagues.  Scott was the steady hand that brought the Center Street Pedestrian Bridge and the Riverwalk from ideas sketched on paper to constructed civic amenities that continue to be appreciated by Des Moines’ residents and visitors.  Let the Riverwalk stand as testament to Scott’s love of and hard work for his community.






 


Personally, I had the pleasure of visiting with Scott over several years on monthly trips to Des Moines for project meetings on the Center Street Pedestrian Bridge.  Whenever our post-meeting conversations turned away from work the subject was family.  There was no prouder father and husband than Scott.  In his low key and somewhat sarcastic style, he would run through the upcoming calendar of activities where he was either cheering or coaching his daughters.  No amount of dryness in his delivery of the schedule hid the great pride he took in the breadth of their busyness, their success and his involvement.






 


Countless were the invitations I extend to Scott to share a meal in the evening after a long day of meetings.  I am truly thankful that Scott turned me down 99% of the time.  His reason was simple and understandable – he had things to do with his family.  Thank you Scott for having the wisdom and sense of purpose to say “No thanks. I’ve got to get home tonight”.  Thank you Scott for declining and, in so doing, preventing my invitation from robbing you of the limited time you had with your most cherished accomplishment – your family.  






 


It certainly doesn’t seem fair that a man who so loved his family will not be able to share a smile and a hug and probably a few winks of support as his daughters grow to be as he envisioned – beautiful and successful women.  Equally unfair is the stealing of quiet moments when he and his wife can share their pride in those same beautiful and successful women. 


 


Somehow, we know that he will be there for them just as he was these many, but far too few, years. 







 

Project Director, Center Street Bridge, Arup Design Team
Julie Correa
Julie Correa
To the Cahill Family -

Our heartfelt blessings to all of you as you face Scott's death. We are holding you close in prayer.

Behold I command thee, take courage, and be strong. Fear not, and be not dismayed: because the Lord thy God is with thee in all things whatsoever thou shalt go to. - Joshua 1:9

Steven, Julie, Anna & Joseph Correa
Chuck Fritz
Chuck Fritz
I am very sorry to hear that Scott passed away.  I worked with Scott at Principal and saw him there frequently.  He was always a very positive person as well as the consumate professional and productive.  He accomplished many things and the list is well known to many in the community.  My memories of Scott are most influenced by his good nature, though, and the fact that he always had a smile as he headed off for more meetings or some other important destination.  Scott was truly a great guy.  I'm sure he's in Heaven and doing great things there as well.   


 
Tom Heinold
Tom Heinold
Dear Cahill family,
  Scott was a good man – a shrewd businessman, a skilled negotiator, an effective
leader, a valued team member, a motivating partner, a faithful husband and
father, and a good friend. 
  I knew him from our work on the Des Moines Riverwalk project.  He talked proudly of his family, and he was great to work with, always finding a way to move forward even where opinions differed. 
  We will miss him.  May the Lord's face shine upon him.

God bless,
  Tom
Angela Ten Clay
Angela Ten Clay
My prayers are with you, Cahill family. I had the privilege of coaching Emily in club volleyball, and she was a stellar athlete with a wonderful attitude.
I pray that God will show you his grace and mercy, and you will be comforted in this time of loss and feel His loving arms around you.
Carol Barber
Carol Barber
Sue and Family,

Even though we are not there with you, you are soooo in our thoughts.We got to meet Scott at a party at your home for winter formal and of course Alec attends school with Cassi. and we were all together for pictures for this years prom. Cassi, I lost my dad 3 days before I started my 2nd yr. of college so I want to share with you that your dad wants you to carry on and "be the BEST that you can be at everything you do." So get out that favorite picture of Dad, make it an 8 x 10 and keep it close to you, When you need extra strength, take a long glance and that picture and carry on with your head high and your heart strong! He was sooo proud of you and keep making him proud. You are a beautiful girl and a beautiful family and I know you will get through this and have beautiful memories always. Hugs to you, mom and sisters...Our prayers are strong for you right now and we are so truly sorry for your loss.

Carol, Phil, Alec Barber 

 
Carson Luger
Carson Luger
I am very saddened by Scott’s passing. Sue, Cassi, Emily and Sarah; I have been thinking about you non-stop since Sunday.  All of the comments posted here are spot on and most importantly, expressed often during Scott’s life.  I was fortunate to witness Scott as a leader in his professional career, religious life and as a father.  He inspired me to be a better man.  I will always remember bugging him daily during Gaby’s pregnancy with Dominic.  I would sit in his office and we would talk about Gaby’s progress.  He would drop everything and we would just talk.  I was so excited and nervous for our first child and Scott showed great interest and guidance during those times.   I remember him telling me that when Cassi was an infant he figured out the cost per diaper and the exact number of diapers you were to use per day.   His interest in my family never wavered.  Even Saturday night when we spoke, he greeted me with, how’s the fam?  Scott was a true inspiration to me and I believe that I am better person for having known him.  I will miss him, but I will never forget the positive impact he had on my life.  And for that, I am forever grateful.  <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />






 


God bless,




Carson Luger
Tom McClain
Tom McClain
I was very sorry to hear of Scott's passing. Scott was my manager during a couple years I spent at PFG. He was one of the few managers I've had in my career that I would say seem to care about his people. Scott was a good guy. I just wished I could have gotten to know him a little more.


My thoughts and prayers are with your family.  
Rick Roquet
Rick Roquet
I originally met Scott playing basketball over lunch at Principal some years back.  He played regularly for quite a few years and when we played, we tended to match up more often than not.  One day, I was going over his back for a rebound and severely sprained my ankle when I came down on his foot.  Totally my fault...but, Scott felt bad about it - he checked up on me while I was out of commission...and when I came back to play, he welcomed me with that "big smile" of his that I've read about in so many of the other posts.
I am shocked and terribly saddened by this news. Scott was a good, good man...I'm sure you all know that.  May the grace of the lord be with you and comfort you...
Dan Nielsen
Dan Nielsen
Cahill Family,

Please know that you are in our prayers.  We pray that Scott is with our Lord and that you will find peace in knowing the promise of Jesus!

I had the pleasure of doing some coaching of girls basketball with Scott.  I admired his passion in working to help the girls improve and his general caring of their development as players and people.

May the Peace of Christ be with you!

And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts
and your minds in Christ Jesus.  Phil 4:7

Love - The Nielsen family 
Toni Sly
Toni Sly
I hope the following provides comfort for  you.  

 

                        To Those I Love & Those Who Love Me

  <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />






When I am gone, release me, let me go
I have so many things
to see and do
You mustn't tie
yourself to me with tears
Be happy that we had
so many years.






I gave you my love, you can only guess
How much you gave to
me in happiness
I thank you for the
love you each have shown
But now it's time I
travelled on alone.






So grieve a while for me if grieve you must
Then let your grief
be comforted by trust
It's only for a while
that we must part
So bless the memories
within your heart.






I won't be far away,  for life goes on
So if you need me,
call me and I will come
Though you can't see
me or touch me I'll be near
All of my love around
you soft and clear.






And then, when you must come this way alone
I'll greet you with a
smile and say
"Welcome
Home"
Carson Luger
Carson Luger
I am very saddened by Scott’s passing. Sue, Cassi, Emily and Sarah; I have been thinking about you non-stop since Sunday.  All of the comments posted here are spot on and most importantly, expressed often during Scott’s life.  I was fortunate to witness Scott as a leader in his professional career, religious life and as a father.  He inspired me to be a better man.  I will always remember bugging him daily during Gaby’s pregnancy with Dominic.  I would sit in his office and we would talk about Gaby’s progress.  He would drop everything and we would just talk.  I was so excited and nervous for our first child and Scott showed great interest and guidance during those times.   I remember him telling me that when Cassi was an infant he figured out the cost per diaper and the exact number of diapers you were to use per day.   His interest in my family never wavered.  Even Saturday night when we spoke, he greeted me with, how’s the fam?  Scott was a true inspiration to me and I believe that I am better person for having known him.  I will miss him, but I will never forget the positive impact he had on my life.  And for that, I am forever grateful.  <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />






 


God bless,




Carson Luger
Chuck Fritz
Chuck Fritz
I am very sorry to hear that Scott passed away.  I worked with Scott at Principal and saw him there frequently.  He was always a very positive person as well as the consumate professional and productive.  He accomplished many things and the list is well known to many in the community.  My memories of Scott are most influenced by his good nature, though, and the fact that he always had a smile as he headed off for more meetings or some other important destination.  Scott was truly a great guy.  I'm sure he's in Heaven and doing great things there as well.   


 
Angela Ten Clay
Angela Ten Clay
My prayers are with you, Cahill family. I had the privilege of coaching Emily in club volleyball, and she was a stellar athlete with a wonderful attitude.
I pray that God will show you his grace and mercy, and you will be comforted in this time of loss and feel His loving arms around you.
David Peters
David Peters
Family of Scott Cahill- My deepest condolescences.  I just recieved the shocking news about Scott.  I had the tremendous priviledge of coaching Scott on Newman's only state tournament team in 1984.  Scott was a coach's player!! He consistently overachieved in all he did and I was touched by his life accomplishments.  What a beautiful family!!  Know that many are sharing your grief but we all know Scott's strong faith.  Know your family will be in my prayers in the days ahead.

In deep sympathy,

David Peters
Carol Barber
Carol Barber
Sue and Family,

Even though we are not there with you, you are soooo in our thoughts.We got to meet Scott at a party at your home for winter formal and of course Alec attends school with Cassi. and we were all together for pictures for this years prom. Cassi, I lost my dad 3 days before I started my 2nd yr. of college so I want to share with you that your dad wants you to carry on and "be the BEST that you can be at everything you do." So get out that favorite picture of Dad, make it an 8 x 10 and keep it close to you, When you need extra strength, take a long glance and that picture and carry on with your head high and your heart strong! He was sooo proud of you and keep making him proud. You are a beautiful girl and a beautiful family and I know you will get through this and have beautiful memories always. Hugs to you, mom and sisters...Our prayers are strong for you right now and we are so truly sorry for your loss.

Carol, Phil, Alec Barber 

 
Julie Correa
Julie Correa
To the Cahill Family -

Our heartfelt blessings to all of you as you face Scott's death. We are holding you close in prayer.

Behold I command thee, take courage, and be strong. Fear not, and be not dismayed: because the Lord thy God is with thee in all things whatsoever thou shalt go to. - Joshua 1:9

Steven, Julie, Anna & Joseph Correa
Rick Roquet
Rick Roquet
I originally met Scott playing basketball over lunch at Principal some years back.  He played regularly for quite a few years and when we played, we tended to match up more often than not.  One day, I was going over his back for a rebound and severely sprained my ankle when I came down on his foot.  Totally my fault...but, Scott felt bad about it - he checked up on me while I was out of commission...and when I came back to play, he welcomed me with that "big smile" of his that I've read about in so many of the other posts.
I am shocked and terribly saddened by this news. Scott was a good, good man...I'm sure you all know that.  May the grace of the lord be with you and comfort you...
kim huynh
kim huynh
Dear Sue,Cassi, Emily and Sarah-I had the privilege of having Scott as a leader for many years.  While i never met you before, I got to know you all really well through all the stories that he shared. I'm sure by now, you have heard so many stories of everyone who's lives your husband and dad touched and how his leadership and work style made coming to work so easy. Scott had such an easy going and warm personality. There is no doubt he made every minute count. I always wondered if he every slept at night with his busy schedule  and in fact I remember asking him so.  As you all continue through your life journeys, I'm quite certain he is up there guiding your every move and so proud of his family and the confident girls that he raised.  Heaven has gained another angel and may you continue to remember the loving husband and father that he was.  May God bless you and help lighten your heavy hearts.
John Eddy
John Eddy
To Scott’s Family and Friends,<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />






 


Arup’s sadness on hearing the news of our good friend and client, Scott Cahill, is deep, but in no way as deep as that felt by Scott’s wonderful family, friends and colleagues.  Scott was the steady hand that brought the Center Street Pedestrian Bridge and the Riverwalk from ideas sketched on paper to constructed civic amenities that continue to be appreciated by Des Moines’ residents and visitors.  Let the Riverwalk stand as testament to Scott’s love of and hard work for his community.






 


Personally, I had the pleasure of visiting with Scott over several years on monthly trips to Des Moines for project meetings on the Center Street Pedestrian Bridge.  Whenever our post-meeting conversations turned away from work the subject was family.  There was no prouder father and husband than Scott.  In his low key and somewhat sarcastic style, he would run through the upcoming calendar of activities where he was either cheering or coaching his daughters.  No amount of dryness in his delivery of the schedule hid the great pride he took in the breadth of their busyness, their success and his involvement.






 


Countless were the invitations I extend to Scott to share a meal in the evening after a long day of meetings.  I am truly thankful that Scott turned me down 99% of the time.  His reason was simple and understandable – he had things to do with his family.  Thank you Scott for having the wisdom and sense of purpose to say “No thanks. I’ve got to get home tonight”.  Thank you Scott for declining and, in so doing, preventing my invitation from robbing you of the limited time you had with your most cherished accomplishment – your family.  






 


It certainly doesn’t seem fair that a man who so loved his family will not be able to share a smile and a hug and probably a few winks of support as his daughters grow to be as he envisioned – beautiful and successful women.  Equally unfair is the stealing of quiet moments when he and his wife can share their pride in those same beautiful and successful women. 


 


Somehow, we know that he will be there for them just as he was these many, but far too few, years. 







 

Project Director, Center Street Bridge, Arup Design Team
Tom McClain
Tom McClain
I was very sorry to hear of Scott's passing. Scott was my manager during a couple years I spent at PFG. He was one of the few managers I've had in my career that I would say seem to care about his people. Scott was a good guy. I just wished I could have gotten to know him a little more.


My thoughts and prayers are with your family.  
Tom Heinold
Tom Heinold
Dear Cahill family,
  Scott was a good man – a shrewd businessman, a skilled negotiator, an effective
leader, a valued team member, a motivating partner, a faithful husband and
father, and a good friend. 
  I knew him from our work on the Des Moines Riverwalk project.  He talked proudly of his family, and he was great to work with, always finding a way to move forward even where opinions differed. 
  We will miss him.  May the Lord's face shine upon him.

God bless,
  Tom
Dan Nielsen
Dan Nielsen
Cahill Family,

Please know that you are in our prayers.  We pray that Scott is with our Lord and that you will find peace in knowing the promise of Jesus!

I had the pleasure of doing some coaching of girls basketball with Scott.  I admired his passion in working to help the girls improve and his general caring of their development as players and people.

May the Peace of Christ be with you!

And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts
and your minds in Christ Jesus.  Phil 4:7

Love - The Nielsen family