OBITUARY

Mr. Robert Samuel Scott

October 30, 1956January 12, 2021
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Robert Samuel Scott was born October 30, 1956 in Houston, Texas. He was the first born son to Robert Lee Scott and Anita Scott. Robert confessed to Christ at an early age and was a member of Pine Crest Presbyterian Church and later Windsor Village United Methodist Church. Robert attended Evan E. Worthing High School and the University of Houston where he studied Engineering.

When he wasn’t cooking or shopping for clothes, Robert loved to hunt and fish with his sons, family and friends; it was his most loved past time. He spent his Sundays cooking for his family and his vacation time traveling the world with his wife. He definitely had an appreciation for foreign travel and big game hunting.

Robert leaves to cherish his memory: his loving wife Harriet; children Robert (Helen), Roshell, Shelli (Marq) and Joseph; one brother John Scott (Daphne) and one niece Elizabeth Scott; Grandchildren: Ryan, Reagan, Reese, Averie, Andrew, Sebastian and Sophia; brother-in-laws and their wives; and a host of cousins and friends.

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    Friday, January 22, 2021

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Mr. Robert Samuel Scott

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Brad Copp

February 12, 2021

I worked with Robert almost 20 years ago and had the pleasure to spend a lot of time with him here in the Midwest when we worked on several projects together. We was a very warm, engaging, and honest man, and I thoroughly enjoyed the time we spent together. I have thought of him often during the past decade or two, and I can't tell you how sad I am to hear of his passing. He clearly had a very strong passion for his family, and I will keep you all in my prayers at this difficult time.

Brad Copp

Roderick Marshall

January 24, 2021

Rest well my beloved father-in-law. I was sad to have heard about your death. I thank God for the privilege that he gave our family to experience life with you and your cooking, traveling and other family activities. You lead by example of how to have unconditional love for everyone and I have always respected you for that. We all hoped to experience these activities many times again but God had another plan for you and your life. Rest in peace!!!

Roderick Marshall
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Jacqueline Holmes

January 23, 2021

Prayers going out to the family Mr.Robert was a good person I love to hear him talk about his hunting trips .Mr Robert use to love to show all of his Hunting trip pictures of a deer he caught .It was exciting to see
Mr.Robert made sure some co-workers have a piece of hunting deer sasuages, deer pan sasuages . summers sasuages
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Mr.Robert
You. Will be miss in Herman DDR

Hyman Hamilton

January 22, 2021

To Harriet, John and family please except my deepest symothy on the passing of Robert. Our familes go way back and we will miss him dearly.

Winifred and Carleton Riser

January 22, 2021

Our entire family was so saddened by the news. Robert has always been our example of a gentleman to our three boys, Robert, Mac and Carleton. The definition of elegance, kindness, conscientiousness and care. We were so honored to have had him in our lives. We will remember him always but especially at Christmas and Thanksgiving. Are thoughts with you always.

Mike Johnson

January 22, 2021

Robert and I knew each other from his time with New Plan. While we had some business dealings, I have many fond memories playing golf with Robert and friends. I always said when I showed up and saw Robert I wanted to return home and dress better. I never saw him a bad mood and certainly not well dressed for the occasion.

Harriett you and I never met, but I'm certain every time I was around Robert he mentioned your name. I also had the pleasure to meet Scooter and in reflection he had a sense of style and personality that came from his Dad.

To the Scott family, my deepest sympathy for your loss. Robert was a special man. Everyone he knew recognized that.

Rudy Barajas

January 22, 2021

To the family of Robert I am so sorry for your loss. I have been friends with him since 1984. We have hunted, fished and worked together for many years. He has been to San Antonio to meet my family. My mother adored him my brothers spent time with him, played golf with one of them several times, talked cooking with the other. met my sisters. They all loved him. As time has passed we slowly drifted apart. Talking to each other every few months. We laughed and cried together with the loss of his mother and of my wife. He was the most thoughtful person I have ever met. I am so sorry that we did not keep in touch more often. I loved you Bob and I will never forget you.

Joycelyn Davis-Cooper

January 22, 2021

My heartfelt condolences goes out too the Scott family, Robert has been like a member of the Davis family on 4500 block of Edfield for years. My heart is saddened to hear about his passing. But we all knows Our God Makes No Mistakes.

Mavis & Wendy Kelsey

January 22, 2021

Robert was a real gentleman who was kind, generous, thoughtful and wise. It was a true pleasure and honor to be his friend. We were shocked and saddened to hear of his unexpected passing, and we send our deepest and most heartfelt sympathy.

Wendy & Mavis Kelsey

Jerry and Kim Betts

January 22, 2021

Jerry and I are so sorry for your loss. Robert was a good man, a one in a million. We will never forget the day he brought us the Gumbo Pot. We were so surprised. That pot is our go to pot to this day. He will be deeply missed. We know that there are no words to take away your pain. He is with the heavenly Lord and in good company.

All of our love, Jerry and Kim

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