In Memory

Dennis Scott

Dennis Scott

The following information was sent by Dennis' brother Patrick -
Date Of Birth: 01-26-1943
Date Deceased: 07-18-2014
Age at Death: 71
Cause of Death: cancer
Classmate City: Dayton
Classmate State: OH
Survived by six brothers- John, Stu, Mike '61, Gregg, Patrick and Richard

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08/15/14 01:13 PM #7    

Stephanie Jacobson (Levin)

My deepest sympathy to the Scott family.  It is unbearable to loose a family member.  Especially a sibling.  I always admired you all.  So many memories....


08/16/14 10:48 AM #8    

Tom Shopbell

The Bank was the place we all hung out at with all of the scott brothers. Mike and Dennis were two of my best friends when we ruled the" HOOD "LOL.  My mom could never ubderstand that a bank would be opeen so late. Sorry to hear of his passing was a good friend.

Tom Shopbell

08/16/14 03:03 PM #9    

Bill Blackmore

What great times Dennis and I had together growing up.

With deepest sympathy.

My condolences to the Scott family.

Bill Blackmore

08/16/14 05:38 PM #10    

Jim Cecil

So sorry to hear that Denny has passed, what a great person and friend! I was with Denny the day we went to Cincinnati for our draft physical, it was definitely a day I will never forget, Denny was the hightlight of the trip! Plus, I have many great memories of spending time with Denny at The Bank.

08/16/14 07:26 PM #11    

Barbara Frech (Vierling)

What a special hysterically fun friend was Dennis to us all! I always appreciated his enjoyable presence and his love for life and those around him! Denny gave me many memorable Happy moments during our school years and Reunions..Now he's just somewhere else making spirits laugh..I'm thinking of all of the Scott Family at this difficult time! Barb Frech Vierling

08/19/14 11:07 PM #12    

Margy Grisseau (Crummey)

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Dennis Scott.  I have so many fond memories of Dennis, mainly

from our days together at E.J. Brown.  I especially recall that Dennis was my very first date (maybe 7th grade ). We

went to the movies at Dale Theatre, double dating with Sally Schaefer and Mike Scott, I believe!  Dennis was so

much fun.  I enjoyed talking to him at one of our reunions just a few years ago (maybe 20!)  My condolenses to

the Scott family and friends.  I know that Dennis will be missed. Margy Grisseau Crummey

08/20/14 04:42 PM #13    

Jack Lehman

I was so sorry to hear about Dennis. My condolences the Scott family. I lived about five houses up from Dennis on Brookside Dr. during high school. We (Dennis & Mike) had so much fun playing baseball, basketball and especially ping pong. I can still remember Dennis yelling at me in ping pong when he was going to slam me with his back hand which he did many times! Great memories...

     Jack Lehman.      '60


08/20/14 04:47 PM #14    

Bill Gaines

What a great loss...The world needs more people like Dennis Scott-- Not less!

What a great family! My condolences to the family and the many friends of Dennis.

Bill Gaines

08/21/14 11:57 AM #15    

Jeri Ward (Portnoy)

I was so sad to hear about Dennis' death.  Our reunions with Mike and Dennis together were the most fun.  I will always remember how fun it was trying to remember all of the Scott brother's  names!  My condolences to the Scott family.

08/26/14 03:47 PM #16    

Karen Jones (Summerlin)

I am so sorry to learn about the death of Dennis.  When I think of Dennis, I think of a room filled with laughter. My fondest memory -- and in my mind it has always been a Dennis story -- was a lunch period Spanish class with Senorita Marta Cole. . .except that Senorita Cole was absent this day and we had a sub.  Normally, our break would be period C.  Within minutes of the starting bell -- which was located immediately outside of our room -- a note began its rounds:  We are going to break for lunch at period B and stay through period C.  Dennis will give us the signal.  Sure enough, Dennis asked to be excused and left the door to the classroom ajar. Immediately thereafter, there was the sound of a clank or a ding as a ruler hit the bell. We all exited on cue and didn't return.

As we all know, time as a funny way of twisting stories, but this is one I have told repeatedly over the years and it has always been Dennis taking the lead.

He will be missed.

My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

Karen Summerlin

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