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Scott Lee Stone

May 31, 1957April 4, 2021
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Scott Lee Stone passed away on Easter Sunday 2021 at the age of 63.

He was born May 31, 1957 in Berkeley, CA to Jim Stone and Sarah Lansing Stone. His father’s schooling took the family to many different cities, states and countries in his early years before settling in New Iberia and eventually Baton Rouge, LA. Scott was a proud graduate of LSU School of Architecture and practiced at several firms in Dallas before joining Callaway Architecture in 2011 as President. He loved the craft and was an excellent and talented architect. One of his proudest achievements was working on one of the many renovations of the Hall of State at Fair Park in the late 1980’s. He is preceded in death by his sister, Shirley Stone and his mother Sarah (Sally) Lansing Stone. He will be missed by his loving children Christian and Rachel Stone, former wife Anne Stone, father Jim Stone and Jim’s wife Pam of Baton Rouge, LA and his aunt Nancy Stone Streett of Greenville, MS.

Memorial Service Monday, April 12, 2021, 10AM at Ted Dickey West Funeral Home 7990 W. President George Bush Hwy, Plano, TX 75252. The family respectfully asks that all attendees wear masks.

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  • Memorial Service

    Monday, April 12, 2021

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Barbara Clay

April 12, 2021

Breaks my heart. Still enjoying his design of our house. All our love to Anne, Rachel and Christian

Kim Filkins

April 9, 2021

My heart goes to you to the Stone family, do accept my sincere condolences.

Michael Allegretta

April 8, 2021

My Condolences to the Stone family, Scott will be missed very much! I was fortunate to have worked with him at Callaway.

Hymavathi Vennapusa

April 7, 2021

Scott will be missed dearly. I was looking forward to sharing my achievements in my career with him. I am fortunate to have had him as my mentor. My prayers to you and the family.

Kim Ward

April 6, 2021

So sorry to hear of Scott's passing. My condolences to his family.

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