Visitation Today For Teen Killed In Crash

Visitation services for a Madison County teenager, killed in a crash on the way to school, will be held later today.

16-year-old Dustin Scalf died Friday after he lost control of his car and crashed on U.S. 25, near Berea. He was a sophomore at Madison Southern High School.

Scalf's visitation is tonight, beginning at six at Holy Sanctuary Pentecostal near Berea. His funeral will be tomorrow morning at 11, also at the church.

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  • by barbara Location: berea ky on Sep 12, 2008 at 11:46 AM
    i sill love him
  • by kem Location: richmond on Apr 3, 2008 at 12:28 PM
    dustin was a realy nice guy he made me smile even if i did not feel the best. i miss him so much there is not on day that he dous not go thoo my head i love him and i hope god helps his family and friends . and if you do think of him think of the good times not the bad . he would want you to do that. kem
  • by Misty Location: Berea, Ky on Feb 5, 2008 at 12:34 PM
    Dustin Was One Of My Best Friends, He Was Always There For Me When I needed Him. I WIll Miss Him And I Know Everyone Who Knew Him Will To. I Know He Is In A Better Place Now I Love You Dustin U Were The Best Friend Anyone Could Ever Have.
  • by Stephanie Location: Berea on Feb 5, 2008 at 08:12 AM
    Hello, My son, Johnathan, knew Dustin. May you find some peace through your difficult time. I can only imagine what your going through. God Bless your family.
  • by michael bowman Location: berea,ky on Feb 4, 2008 at 09:40 AM
    “Dustin was one of the nicest guys that you would have ever met. It doesn’t matter who you were he would stop and talk to you even if he didn’t like you. This experience has taught me to keep my friends closer and live life to its fullest, because you never know when something like this can happen. I personally know the whole family and I know there going to be going through a hard time. But we all need to stick together through and live life to its fullest. That’s what Dustin would have wanted. His memory will live on”


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