D.O. McComb & Sons Funeral Homes - Maplewood Park

4017 Maplecrest Rd, Fort Wayne, IN


Scotty G. Mays

29 octobre , 192725 novembre , 2019

Scotty G. Mays, 92, of Fort Wayne, passed away Monday, November 25, 2019. He retired from Navistar International with 49 years of service. Scotty proudly served his country as a member of the US-Navy during WW II. He was preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Ava L. Mays in 2015; and siblings, Cleo Mays, Larry Mays and Kaye Casey. He leaves 2 sons, Stephen Mays of Plano, IL and Christopher (Deborah) Mays of Auburn, IN; five grandchildren; and six great grandchildren. He has a brother, Robert Mays of Tulsa, OK and a sister Lee Pearre of Tulsa, OK. Visitation will be held on Saturday, November 30, 2019 from 2 to 4 pm at D.O. McComb and Sons Maplewood Park Funeral Home, 4017 Maplecrest Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46815. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Legion Post 47.

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services précédents:

  • Visitation samedi, 30 novembre , 2019
  • Military Honors samedi, 30 novembre , 2019
  • Military Honors samedi, 30 novembre , 2019


  • Calling, Memorial Contributions


Scotty G. Mays

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Loran Owens

novembre 27, 2019

I met Scotty in 1942 in Red Fork Okla, we attended Junior and Senior High schools together. Sharing daybreak moments as we raised american flag over Daniel Webster High School. We worked together as maintenance crew in large department store in Tulsa Oklahoma where we aquired our nicknames of 'cottonpicker-1 and
cottonpicker-2 which we continued to use in our computer emails
and telephone conversations checking on each other. We enlisted in US NAVY together in 1945. We shared our 'family' events as a
'brother to brother' during the loss of our wives to Heavenly Father
and becoming a live-alone-person. Our friendship spans 77 years
and I call it a 'honor' to be a 'friend' Of Scotty.
Loran L Owens

Judy Hoeft

novembre 27, 2019

To start with, my most sincere sympathy to all in the family. Next, I’ll share a couple of memories that come to mind when I think of your dad: He would always call when my yard light was out, & walk over to replace it. He had this way of leaning back a little, with his hands folded over his stomach when chatting for a bit. He enjoyed talking with everyone, & I remember your mom saying that when they went to the mall together he’d sit on a bench while she shopped. Sure enough, when she was done he’d be talking away to whoever was sitting next to him as if they’d known each other for years! He was a good man, and he certainly was very proud of you boy’s as well as your families! He’s now back with your mom, & knows peace.