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Scott Anthony Reale M.D.

Obituary of Scott Anthony Reale M.D.

December 23, 2017

REALE--Scott Anthony,

M.D., of NYC passed on December 23, 2017 from brain cancer and is survived by his parents, Susan and Tony Reale of Hershey, PA; Kelley Nahodil (George) of Palmyra, PA; Chris Reale (Melissa) of Manhasset, NY; adored nephews Ryan and Joshua Nahodil; Julian, Sebastian, and Adrian Reale and preceded in death by his brother, Nicholas Reale (1967-2002). A graduate of the Sackler School of Medicine (1995), Scott was medical director at three sports medicine practices. Memorial services are scheduled for January 20th from 11am - 1pm at Crestwood Funeral Home (445 W 43rd Street). In lieu of flowers, consider a donation in his name to HCA ( or the Palmyra Public Library (

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Sending the Reale Family our condolences. We were patients of Dr. Reale, and he will be missed.
Mr. & Mrs. Tracey Greene

Posted by: - , - January 5, 2018

You were a great Doctor and a wonderful human being. I will miss you greatly. My sincerest condolences to your family and friends. RIP

Posted by: Jenny Rodriguez - Bronx, NY - January 5, 2018

My sincerest condolences to the Reale family. he was a great doctor1

Posted by: Nikki Lambert - Brooklyn, NY - January 5, 2018

The kindest doctor I have ever known. So passionate about helping his patients and always made you feel you were more than just a patient. I will truly miss him. Rest In Peace Dr Reale.

Sincerest condolences to his family.

Posted by: Mindy Resnick - Brooklyn, NY - January 6, 2018

The nicest. most thoughtful, kind, generous man/doctor.
Really a wonderful man. He was so nice to me, we talked whenever I came to office, always had time to say Hi and chat. Just found out today, in shock, so sad.

Posted by: roseann panariello - Brooklyn, NY - January 17, 2018

Please accept my heartfelt sympathy. May the God "who binds up the broken hearted and comforts all who mourn" sustain you during this difficult time. Isaiah 61:1,2

Posted by: - , - February 25, 2018

I am sorry for his parents and son. He truly cared about helping his patience and the progression of healing and recovery. He spoke so highly of his family and seemed to have a great relationship with his dad who he admired very much. He was a professional, caring doctor and a sincere person. He will be missed. My deepest condolences are with you.

Posted by: Fran Quinn - Staten island, NY - May 1, 2018