Condolence & Memory Journal

We met Scott & Terri when they lived in Crete. He was working in Homewood at the time and shared that he was going to start his own business in Frankfort. Visited him at his "Scott's paint and carpet" numerous times as he worked long hours to get his business going. Scott was always so much fun to be around. His easy smile, sense of humor, non-judgemental attitude, and kindness to others were his trademarks. Everyone who had the good luck to know Scott was better for it. Nancy and I send our blessings to Terri and Scott's family. We love PAWS and will happily make a donation in Scott's memory. Peace.

Posted by bruce hackel - Crete, IL - friend   January 31, 2018

Toby, my sincere sympathies to you and the family. I only had the pleasure of meeting Scott one time and that was when we all bumped into each other in Gatlinburg, TN. If you are his mother, I know he had to be a wonderful man. Blessings and sympathy to all.

Cindy Miller
(Ed Brown's daughter)

Posted by Cindy Miller - Franklin, TN - Acquaintance   January 25, 2018

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We knew Scott for over 15 years during our mutual employment. He was a great friend, and we send our sincere condolences to Terri, and Scott's family.

Posted by PAULINE & RICH OSBORN - PORT CHARLOTTE, FL - Coworker   January 25, 2018

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Scott touched many lives and provided fond and FUN memories. His infectious laugh will always be remembered.

Posted by Penny Cobb (Shaub) - Bolingbrook, IL - Friend   January 25, 2018

Our family have been friends with the McMurtry family since 1957 when we moved next door to them in Park Forest, Il. Our kids played together every day. We all will miss Scott and give our deepest sympathies to his entire family.

Posted by George Binder - Asheville, NC - Family Friend   January 24, 2018

Scott, you're already making plans to create more beautiful flower gardens above. Heaven is millions of years old. You may need to give it a fresh coat of paint.

Posted by Maureen Gabb - Neighbor   January 24, 2018