Scott duffman

TSGT SCOTT ERIC DUFFMAN

  • Branch: Air Force
  • Hometown/City: ALBUQUERQUE, NM
  • Date of Birth: 08-14-1974
  • Date of Death: 02-18-2007
  • Conflict: Operation Enduring Freedom
  • Unit: 24TH SPECIAL TACTICS SQUADRON
  • Port/Base: Pope Air Force Base, NC

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  • Scott, I will never forget the first time I met you. I will never forget the last time I saw you. I will never be at peace with you being gone. You are SO missed. There is not a day that goes by that we don't think of you. You will NEVER be forgotten!!! We love you and miss you SO SO very much!!! Crystal and Family

    Crystal Cox, Friend
  • What can I say about my brother that people don't already know? Everyone knows what an amazing person he came to be in life and what a Hero he is in death. Scott touched more lives than I ever imagined in life and even in death. I am blessed to have such a person as my older brother. However, I want to share the Scott that was a big brother to me. He was the person who taught me how to ride a bike as a little girl and picked me up off the ground when I fell and skinned my knee. He was the only one allowed to pick on me. When we needed to, we made a great team to overthrow the babysitters. Don't get me wrong.. We fought like cats and dogs but we never lost sight of the fact that we are family and loved each other no matter what. Each phase in our relationship transformed and grew better with age. It all started as annoying siblings, next came the protective older brother and finally our friendship. Scott knew wanted to do with his life at an early age. His desire to save lives in the most exciting way he knew how led him to become a Pararescue Jumper. Most people never get to fulfill their dreams, Scott did this the day he turned 18 and signed on the dotted line. He saw and lived more in his short time here than I will ever hope to experience. I know he died saving lives that dark night in February but not a day goes by that I don't wish to have him back. But knowing Scott as I do, he would not change one thing about that mission if it meant someone else would have to take his place. Never Forget, Freedom Isn't Free Wendy Duffman

    Wendy Duffman, Sibling
  • Scott-Your Pop and I miss you very much. You will always hold a special place in our hearts. Everytime we see your lovely wife and daughter, we think about the "family" you loved so much. Your little girl looks so much like you and is getting to be a real dare devil like you. Imagine that? Love, Trudy and Dad

    Trudy Duffman, Friend
  • Scotty, We all are so proud of everything that you've done so that our nation can be FREE!!! We miss you and think of you often, you reside in our hearts and minds. You are with us every moment of every day. Your daughter is growing up so very fast; she's a wonder and reminds us of you when you were little. Keep us safe as you keep that eternal vigil. We love you very much! POPS, XO

    Jerald Duffman, Father
  • Scott from the first time I met you in Iceland I knew you were a special guy. I am proud to have known you. Thank you for your service and sacrifice and may God be with your family until you are reunited again. Keep that watchful eye on us just like you did when you were with us.

    Barry Sweigart, friend