Gary L. Scott Jr.

SCOTT, Gary L. Scott Jr., Sunrise September 27, 1969 in Wilmington, OH and Sunset March 17, 2014 in Columbus, OH. Gary is a 1987 graduate of Brookhaven High School, a U.S. Navy Veteran, and member of New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church where he served with The Mens Chorus and Parking Lot Ministry. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Chacy and Elva Scott, Eugene Dixon and Abraham Knaff. Left to cherish his memory, mother Madeline L. (William) Cummings, father Gary L. Scott Sr., fiancé Esther Jefferson, sons Chase (Ashley), Dayon, Garrett, Cameron and Terrell, daughters Daysha and Trenae, brother Michael J. (Caretta) , sisters Erika, Keena, Sherika and Tiffany, 5 grandchildren and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Visitation

Visitation 10:00am Monday, March 24, 2014 at New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church 2121 Joyce Ave.

Services

Funeral 11:00am Monday, March 24, 2014 at New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church 2121 Joyce Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. Linita Jackson :

    May God’s love give your family strength during this time of grief and mourning. Gary Scott you will truly be missed by all that had the honor of meeting you in this lifetime. May you rest in peace. The Jackson/Weaver Families

  2. Connie Wells & Family :

    Madeline & Family and Gary & Family, You all have been and will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers. Wish we could be there for Gary’s funeral but as you well know, we are on our way back to Florida to lay Dale to rest. One of the hardest things we have ever had to do. Love you all, Connie, Kelly, Misty, Dustin & family

  3. Anthony D. Sankey Sr. :

    May God bless your soul my friend and may your family be comforted in knowing you are at peace….. Always my love lil bro Big Sank

  4. Mookie Booker :

    From the Sns fashion family are thoughts an prayers go out to u

  5. Charlotte Kelley :

    Sometimes it’s hard to understand, That God’s Plan is the best. Continue holding His strong hand, In Christ you will find rest. I would have loved meeting Gary, but hope to sit down in heaven and catch up. My thoughts and prayers are with his dear-devoted family!

  6. Crystal Cunningham Winborn :

    Please accept my deepest condolences. He was a good man with an infectious smile!!! Love, Crystal Cunningham class of ’88 Brookhaven High School.

  7. Tonya Pannell Osborne :

    Much love to the family

  8. C. D. Sowell :

    To my sister Madeline, Uncle Willie, Erika, Mike, Gary Scott, Sr. and family. My prayers go out to you all. To my “Bud” G-nephew, you know I will miss your smile and your hugs. To my extended family, I Love you and may God give you comfort and strength through this trying time. Just know that I am only a call or knock away. Your smile was like a ray of sunshine, it radiated warmth at the drop of a dime, you’ll never be to far away, for in our hearts, the love you gave is there to stay. Love CD(Christine)

  9. Rachel (Ball) Sercey :

    Gary, You will truly be missed. No more suffering, no more heart aches, you are with your maker now. We love you now and forever. Rest in Heaven Cousin. Gone but never forgotten. We love you Aunt Madeline, Uncle Blip, Erika and Mikey.

  10. Tosca Jackson :

    Gary you were always such a nice guy in school. Your smile always brighten a room when you walked in. You will truly be missed. My prayers are with the Scott family during this time of bereavement. May God keep and cover you.

  11. Tricia Davis - Carestar :

    To Erika and Family, So very sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. May God give you and your family the strength to endure this difficult time. God Bless you, Trish

  12. Betty Taylor :

    I am praying for you and your family. Please give me a call after you have had a little time to heal. Know that God will see you through. I truly believe he is in a better place. If you need anything I’m here for you anytime day or night. Much Love, Betty 237-0821

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