In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to:

The American Heart Association (Stroke foundation)
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
The Cowboy Hall of Fame

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Scott Duncan Millington Sr.

March 11, 1939January 20, 2019
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Scott Duncan Millington “Pappy” was born in Berlin, Oklahoma on March 11, 1939 to Ira and Georgie Millington.

He grew up in Edmond and was an alumni and football star (#40!) of Edmond Memorial High School.

He met his late wife, Gloria Bondurant, in Edmond and they began their life together in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they had Scotty Jr, Drew, and Marcy. Eventually moving back to Edmond, Scott became popular Pop-Warner Football coach while his sons were growing up, which gave him years of pleasure and life-long stories and friendships.

Scott was always intrigued and inspired by the works of Frank Lloyd Wright. He studied Architecture at Oklahoma State University and went on to follow his passion by working in design, architecture, and painting. A few of his designs and works can be found in Seattle (Allenmore Medical Center), Kansas City (Michaels Plum), Oklahoma City (OSU-OKC, JJs Alley, various others), Tulsa, Edmond, and Norman (private residences). He was a Professor at Oklahoma State University in Oklahoma City, He taught architecture, design, and drafting, all of which inspired many students throughout the years. One of his most creative works can be viewed at JJ’s Alley in Bricktown.

Scott is predeceased by his wife of 35 years, “Glo”, and his parents, Georgie and Ira.

His family includes his children; Scott Duncan Jr and wife, Tammy Rembisz of Winter Park, Colorado, Mark Drew and spouse, Anne Broeren of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and Marcy Millington Ryan and Daniel Ryan of Rumson, New Jersey. The extended family also includes 12 Grandchildren and 2 Great-Grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. To his family he was known as “Pappy”. His brother, Seth Franklin Millington, also resides in Norman, Oklahoma. Scott is also survived by his significant other, Hala Rogers, of Oklahoma City. To Hala, Scott is “Pooh” and will forever be missed.

Scott had a passion for Life! He loved to travel, paint, and share his life with Family. His motto was; “Have Someone to Love…Have Something to Do….Have Something to Look Forward To…” Scott will be greatly missed but his spirit will live on in his family and all the lives he touched.

The family would like to Thank the recent Doctors, Nurses, and Caretakers of the Bellevue Rehabilitation Facility of Oklahoma City for all of your care with Scott.


  • Andrew Millington
  • Brock Millington
  • Daniel Ryan
  • Duncan Millington
  • Jack Lorge
  • Peter Hart
  • Randy Rogers, Jr.
  • Drew Millington, Honorary
  • Seth Millington, Honorary
  • Scott Millington, Honorary


  • Visitation Friday, January 25, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, January 25, 2019

Scott Duncan Millington Sr.

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Mike Bell

January 27, 2019

Scott was our Cub leader when I was in grade school . We idolized him. In high school loved watching him play football.
In college at OSU I struggled with a math course . Scott heard about this and invited me to his and Gloria's apartment . He was never too busy to help someone and they didn't have to be a close friend.

I saw Scott at my 50th class reunion (class of 1958) and told him all of the above. He was somewhat embarrassed but I think he appreciated it.
What a guy!

Mike Bell, Lewiston ID.

Roger Sims

January 25, 2019

I was so sorry to learn of Scott's passing. Growing up in Oklahoma City gave me the privilege of knowing older cousins like Scott – and then his kind and loving wife Gloria.
Although time and distance diluted that connection, I still appreciate Scott's creativity.
Recently met up with musicians from Tulsa who talked about playing at a quirkily narrow venue in Bricktown: JJ's. I was proud to say my cousin was instrumental in creating that space.
I like to think his creativity knows no bounds now. Peace be with the family.

Donna Rotan

January 25, 2019

I am so fortunate to have known and worked with Scott in real estate. His talent and knowledge of properties was also a learning experience. He always had a smile and pleasant personality. My deepest sympathy to the family and those close to him. He will be missed.

Rick Rembisz

January 24, 2019

I'm lucky to have some of his art work

Sue Fraim

January 23, 2019

Scott loved his high school friends. During reunion time he shared his place with the classes of the 50s. Scott was so fun to be around and he will be missed blessing to his family and all that loved him

Linda Walls

January 22, 2019

Scott lived well, laughed loudly, and loved his family. Remembering Western Oklahoma Family Reunions from long ago, and family road trips with no AC. Tables loaded down with food, and everyone telling stories about "the good Ole days" !! And family Christmas Eve dinners at Seth's beautifully decorated holiday house.
Scott was always proud of being a high school sports hero, and excelled in many different sports. (and some records he set, are still unbroken)
He loved all of his fellow football and basketball players. They would sit around and laugh about Plays from favorite games .... and who was always at the bottom of every "dogpile" on the football field, would be Scotty, holding on tight to the football and making great yardage and touchdowns.
Years and decades after they were all out of school, when they got together, they would remember back to their special "Glory Time" together as a team!
Scott is now with his childhood sweetheart, Gloria, and our prayers are that he has found peace in the light of God's Glory !
And to his beautiful and growing family, may they all be surrounded by Angels, as they grieve their loss.

Rest in Peace Scott
Glen, Linda and Chris

Jann Sims-Bowman

January 21, 2019

Scott Jr., Drew & Marcy,
I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. The last time I saw him was at Aunt Jean's funeral. Please know you all are in my prayers & thoughts.
Cousin Jann