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740 East 86th St, Indianapolis, IN

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Scott K. Ferguson

September 2, 1942February 9, 2020
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Scott K. Ferguson, 77, of Brownsburg, passed away February 9, 2020. He was born September 2, 1942 in Waterloo, Iowa to the late Robert and Marjorie (Green) Ferguson. He was a graduate of the College of William and Mary. He was a Certified Financial Planner® and joined Halter Ferguson Financial in 1995. Scott was a football star in high school—scoring five touchdowns in the first half of one game before being pulled at halftime. He was an accomplished sprinter and once silvered in the 200-meter sprint for all of Division III track while at William & Mary.

Scott attended Connection Pointe in Brownsburg, Indiana and was active in the Great Banquet at Second Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis. He was a veteran in the U.S. Army, managing an evac hospital during the Vietnam War in the Medical Service Corps, and attained the rank of Captain. He enjoyed wine collecting and driving cars.

Scott is survived by his wife of 54 years, Pamela (Hurt) Ferguson; two sons, Robert (Jessica) Ferguson and Bradford (Ann-Marie) Ferguson; four grandchildren, Bridget, Margaret, Mara, and Zachariah; one brother, Bruce (Michelle) Ferguson; niece, Jennifer Nuttall and nephew, Eric Ferguson. Visitation will be held on Friday, February 14, 2020 from 4-7 PM at Leppert Mortuary – Nora Chapel, 740 E. 86th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 15, 2020 at 11 AM at Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. Burial to follow at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Scott’s memory may be made to American Cancer Society.

Please visit www.leppertmortuary.com to share a memory.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 14, 2020
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 15, 2020

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Kimberley Shaw

February 15, 2020

Ian and I will be forever grateful for our friendship over the last couple of years with Pam and Scott, our friendship began in the dog park at DM and we are so blessed to have met you both. Dinners out, going to the shooting range....oh my what fun we had. The highlight for Ian was when Scott allowed Ian to drive us home in his Tesla with no hands involved whilst Pam and I sat in the back with not a care in the world. Another time Scott let Ian drive the Bentley from Scottsdale back to DM too, Ian came home that day like the King of the world. Scott and Ian both had a love for Robert Graham shirts and would often compare styles and the love of them.

Scott you will be so missed, last winter you said to us, you had better be back in DM because we need to be together again. We will so miss you, your love of life, good wines and mostly your love for Pam will stay in our hearts. Pam we hold you in our hearts and prayers and your family too. We are always here for you, we wish we could be with you tomorrow but please know that we are with you and Scott always. RIP Scott, we loved you so......

Love forever,

Kim and Ian Shaw 🙏❤️

Craig Enslin

February 14, 2020

I’m so sorry to hear this news.

As others have said, Scott was a gentleman through and through. My encounters with him were scattered but they were all memorable to me, one in particular.

At the funeral ceremony for my own father, I did my best to speak for him and about him. Public speaking doesn’t bother me, but on a topic so close I confess that I very nearly broke down at the podium.

I managed not to, said my peace and had resettled in the pews when I felt two hearty slaps on my shoulder from behind.

It was Scott.

It’s hard to describe the power of that moment, but I could tell he appreciated the challenge and achievement. He gave me a “good job kid,” when I needed one and I’ll never forget it.

My absolute condolences and best wishes for you all.

Leslie Charles

February 14, 2020

Hello Pam, Robbie, Brad and family,

My deepest condolences on Scott's passing. I was happy to be able to get to know him during visits to California. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time.

Love,
Leslie Charles and Family (Charmaine, Spencer and Maxwell)

Patricia Enslin

February 14, 2020

To Pam and Family,

So sorry to have received this sad news today. Scott was such a wonderful person and Bob and I enjoyed all the times we were able to visit each other! I well remember when visiting your home, Scott taking us down into the wine cellar and describing your collection of wines from all over the world! We also shared a sample while Scott listed his favorites. I will look back on and remember the good times spent with you and Scott. I regret that I cannot be with you for Scott's service, but I will be thinking of you at that time. Please remember me to Robbie and Brad and their families and send my sincere sympathy to them.

Love,
Pat Enslin

Merritt Webb

February 12, 2020

Dear Pam and Family,
My sincere condolences. I am a Boxster owner and I recall you both from Porsche events. You were both warm, friendly and fun. Scott was always fun to talk to a great guy. He will be missed.
Sincerely,
Merritt Webb

Stanley Givens

February 12, 2020

Dear Pam and the entire Ferguson Family,
I was so saddened to learn of Scott’s passing. He was such a gentleman whose friendship I valued. I will miss serving with him and fellowship if with him through the Indianapolis Great Banquet. You are in my prayers.
May God Bless,
Stan Givens

Doug DeArmond

February 12, 2020

Sincere condolences to Scotts family.
RIP Scott Ferguson, you will be missed

Steve Verplank

February 11, 2020

So very sad to hear today about the passing of Scott. We both were car guys and we shared some great memories.We also both enjoyed riding our Harley-Davidson motorcycles together during the summer months.RIP Scott.

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Biography

Scott K. Ferguson, 77, of Brownsburg, passed away February 9, 2020. He was born September 2, 1942 in Waterloo, Iowa to the late Robert and Marjorie (Green) Ferguson. He was a graduate of the College of William and Mary. He was a Certified Financial Planner® and joined Halter Ferguson Financial in 1995.
Scott was a football star in high school—scoring five touchdowns in the first half of one game before being pulled at halftime. He was an accomplished sprinter and once silvered in the 200-meter sprint for all of Division III track while at William & Mary.

Scott attended Connection Pointe in Brownsburg, Indiana and was active in the Great Banquet at Second Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis. He was a veteran in the U.S. Army, managing an evac hospital during the Vietnam War in the Medical Service Corps, and attained the rank of Captain. He enjoyed wine collecting and driving cars.

Scott is survived by his wife of 54 years, Pamela (Hurt) Ferguson; two sons, Robert (Jessica) Ferguson and Bradford (Ann-Marie) Ferguson; four grandchildren, Bridget, Margaret, Mara, and Zachariah; one brother, Bruce (Michelle) Ferguson; niece, Jennifer Nuttall and nephew, Eric Ferguson.

Visitation will be held on Friday, February 14, 2020 from 4-7 PM at Leppert Mortuary – Nora Chapel, 740 E. 86th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 15, 2020 at 11 AM at Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. Burial to follow at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Scott’s memory may be made to American Cancer Society.

Please visit www.leppertmortuary.com to share a memory.