Scott Cameron Christensen

Date of Death

Scott Christensen died on May 7, 2022, at the age of 62, due to injuries sustained in a car accident on May 6, 2022.
Scott is survived by his wife, Eileen, their two children, Camryn and Cole, and his brothers Gregg and Brad. Preceding him in death is Scott’s father, Ernest (Chris) Christensen, and mother, Bonnie Christensen, a longtime realtor in the La Cañada-Flintridge community. Scott tirelessly cared for his elderly parents with great love and compassion.
In his formative years, Scott lived in the La Cañada Flintridge, Linda Vista and Bay areas before his family settled in their beloved home on Noren St. He graduated in 1977 from La Cañada High School. He had a deep love for the foothills, the La Cañada area, and the friendships he made and continued to have and share with this wife and children, who were also both LCHS graduates.
Scott loved skiing and spent time at Mt. Waterman as well as time spent living and working in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in his early 20s. He learned carpentry while living in San Luis Obispo for several years, which is how Scott became known as “the guy to call” and Mr. Fix It; especially because he knew how to “MacGyver” anything. Next, he moved on to San Antonio, Texas, where his passion for the outdoor advertising business began. That career brought him back to Los Angeles working for Gannett Outdoor, which is now known as Outfront Media. He flourished in every role he had within the company for more than 30 years. For the past several years, he was the national project manager for the digital billboards and tall walls division. He is a respected name in the industry and is greatly missed.
Scott also loved all L.A. sports teams, golf, mountain biking, minibikes, cars, cocktails, barbecuing, music and animals. He was fun-loving and loved by all who met him. Scott had deep love for his family and their life in the Padre Park area of Tujunga, making it home in 1995. He was a pillar of the neighborhood.
The family enjoyed their vacation home in Mammoth, especially for summer activities and their Palm Desert home in the winters.
Besides everything else, Scott was an organ donor. His last act on earth was saving multiple people’s lives.
A private scattering of ashes was held at sea on the Central Coast, a place he loved most. A public celebration of life will be held in the near future.