Kevin Christopher Scott, 50, of Arnold, Maryland, peacefully passed away on April 13, 2023, after a valiant battle with pancreatic cancer. Kevin was born in Washington, DC, on May 25, 1972. His father, Dr. Maurice “Scotty” Scott II, predeceased Kevin. Let’s find out more details about Kevin Scott’s Obituary below.
Kevin Scott Obituary
Kevin’s family and close friends will gather for a private memorial service. His obituary details have yet to be disclosed. We will update you with further information about him as soon as possible. Please send your thoughts and prayers to the deceased’s family and friends during this difficult time.
His devoted family, which consists of daughter Arden, sons Finn and Oliver, and wife of 22 years, Jessica (Hoffman) Scott, also survives. Along with his mother, Sheridan (Remortel) Scott of Centerville, MD, sisters Debbie Tomassoni and Tracey Armiger of Centerville and Kent Island, respectively, also survive Kevin.
Kevin developed a love for his family, Maryland, and the outdoors while growing up on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, which would later influence his career and pursuits. He particularly loved fishing, boating, and barbecuing for his family. He also loved gathering crabs and spending time on or near the ocean.
His passion for designing stunning outdoor areas has produced a legacy of meaningful locations to remember him. Kevin established customs with his extended family and lifelong friends that will endure and keep him here with us: summer trips to Ocean City, NJ, “solving the problems of the world” with friends around a fire pit on any given night, and supporting his alma mater, the University of Maryland, in all sports.
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Kevin has an enduring gift in his sense of humor. Every time we watch “Christmas Vacation,” his favorite movie, his family and friends will be able to hear him laughing over the holidays. Kevin relished his 22 years as a senior planner for the City of Annapolis.
His lengthy tenure with the City is a testament to his love of Annapolis and his appreciation and respect for his coworkers, whom he regarded as family. Kevin was incredibly grateful for his friends’ love, support, generosity, and kindness throughout his illness.
Note: A private memorial service for Kevin will be held with his family and close friends. The details of his obituary remain a mystery, lost to the sands of time. More information about him will be provided to you soon. Thoughts and prayers are being sent to the deceased’s family and friends during this challenging time.
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