Justin Scott McCarthy

Born: Wed., Oct. 16, 1985
Died: Mon., Jun. 29, 2020


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McCARTHY - “Juddy” Justin Scott, 34, of Johnstown passed away June 29, 2020. Born October 16, 1985 in Johnstown. Son of Fred McCarthy and Roxanne (Gilpatrick) Ling. Preceded in death by step-father Carl Ling. Survived by wife Sarah McCarthy, formerly known as Sarah Owens, daughters Kendole McCarthy, Natalie McCarthy, Haley Jane Frena, son Jaylon Crum, and step-sons Landon Page, Ethan Owens, Michael Mitchell. Grandchildren Noah Owens and Hunter. Parents Fred McCarthy and Roxanne (Gilpatrick) Ling. Nieces Angela McCarthy and Alisa McCarthy. Brothers Freddy McCarthy, Michael Gilpatrick, Chris McCarthy, and sister Melissa McCarthy. Juddy loved being outdoors, especially fishing or riding quads. He loved music and his favorite color was blue. He was a loving husband, father, son and brother. Services will be private. Family is being served by Geisel Funeral Home - Johnstown.










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Amanda and Keith Steiner
   Posted Fri July 03, 2020
The Steiner family we will miss you juddy fly high in sky

Janet Felosky
   Posted Fri July 03, 2020
you will be missed but never a day that passes Will I Ever Forget u you will always be with me in my heart now and till the day I die we had good times and bad times you will be missed more than you know Justin I love and you and miss all you u will be with me always

Bee
   Posted Fri July 03, 2020
Rip juddy jaylon and the rest of the family love and miss u fly high man

Ella
   Posted Fri July 03, 2020
R.i.p juddy u were always a good kid fly high my angel till ur family sees u again.

Kurt
   Posted Sat July 04, 2020
This is crazy I can't believe your gone. You were supposed to be the strongest and always were I'm sorry for not being around as much as I used to. I'm gonna miss you forever. you where a big part of my teenage years. You showed me how to get the girls and fight. Until we meet again some day I love you jug head.

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