LeRoy Cedric Scott

Jan 24, 1923 – Sep 2, 2015

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On September 2, 2015 LeRoy C Scott passed away at the age of 92.  He was a long time resident of West Seattle and graduated from West Seattle High School in 1942.  LeRoy was proud to be a veteran of both the Naval Reserve and the US Army.  LeRoy was a talented Boilermaker who was a dedicated worker at Todd’s Shipyard for thirteen years, as well as working at Lockheed Shipyard.  He was a member of many community based organizations.  These include membership at the South Gate Masonic Lodge-#247 Royal Arch Tripple Tau-#66 Walter F Meyer Lodge of Research- #28 Burien Elks- #2143 Boilermakers Local #104 - VFW -Glendale White Center Lodge #3075.  LeRoy is joining his son William who died in 2001.  He is survived by his loving wife Dorothy M. Scott, and their three children: Caroline L., Dottie L., and Wilma J.  His memorial is at 7:00 pm on November 13th, 2015 at the Southgate Lodge in Burien, located at 1004 SW 152nd Burien.  Please send any donations to Seattle Children’s Hospital.  In loving Memory of LeRoy C. Scott, January 24, 1923 to September 2, 2015.


Chuck Mitzel
Enumclaw, WA
Nov 14, 2015

Leroy! What can one say about Leroy? Always the jokester. Having known Leroy and his family over 50 years, there was never a dull moment. Funny little guy and his funny little ways. Rest in peace until we meet again.

Willa Fawcett & Niko
Bremerton, WA
Nov 13, 2015

Some people play larger roles in our lives than others. Leroy always involved himself in my interests. He was more like a Father than a brother-in-law. He was ready to take friends and me to football games; to pick me up from Foster High School after I worked late at the Growler, the school newspaper. I was included on camping trips & movie nights. These things were not available to me except through Leroy and my sister Dot. I feel very lucky to have had Leroy as my "Dad."

See you later, Alligator.

Love Willa and Niko the Wonder Dog.

PS Unforeseen circumstances preclude my being at the Memorial Service tonight but Niko and I are with you all in Spirit.

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