In Memory

Scott Frazer

I have sad news to report to all of you who are friends of my brother, Scott. And that is that he passed away peacefully Saturday evening as a result of complications from a fall in his home. He was proud member of the MHS Class of '65, a veteran of the US Air Force, and a great friend, as well as my beloved brother. There will be no funeral service, but a celebration of life is being planned. His cremains will be interred in the National Cemetery on Arsenal Island.

—Dave Frazer

https://www.trimblefuneralhomes.com/obituaries/Scott-Frazer/#!/Obituary



 
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09/24/19 03:52 PM #10    

Pierce Myers

Pleasant memories of Scott from 4th grade on. Working on Revelle plasftic models in his Molette home with he and his Dad; the playground at Washington; hanging together when we  were "exiled" to Wilson. Scott always smiling (except perhpas when he was booming line drive kick offs in the fall of '64.) A truly wonderful guy who leaves us with wonderful memories. Thank you Scott. We love  you.  


09/24/19 04:10 PM #11    

Nicholas Eastland

Ditto all the above comments.  I learned of this on Facebook last night and was shocked and saddened. I recounted how my Mom loved the 9th grade class at Wison. As was the case with many of you , Scott was one of her favorites. I always enjoyed our infrequent encounters but will dearly miss his smile at our class reunion. He was a really great guy.


09/24/19 04:17 PM #12    

Barron Curtis

Best friend and neighbor you will be sorrily missed. 

 


09/24/19 04:28 PM #13    

Ron Harrison

Sorry to hear of Scott's passing. He was one of the Molette's group and will certainly be missed. Played Little League baseball with Scott and also junior high football. Always had that great smile on his face. RIP Scott.


09/24/19 07:52 PM #14    

Linda L. Beardslee (Van Landuyt)

I remember Scott from the early days at Washington Elementary school, then Coolidge and on to Wilson.  He was gentle and a real sweet guy. One of the Molette crew. So sad to hear. RIP Scott!  Sending prayers and love to Scott's family. I am in Moline this week for a family wedding.  So sad!  Linda


09/25/19 12:15 PM #15    

John Hoff

I’m really sorry to hear about Scotty! It brings back so many good memories...I’m so so sorry!!  But what a great place to be going too! Mumbly peg won’t be the same without him:(


09/25/19 12:17 PM #16    

Linda Harkey (Kunert)

So sorry to hear of Scott's passing. I only knew him from all the classes we shared. RIP.

 


09/25/19 06:57 PM #17    

Vicki Morrison (Thurman)

So sorry to lose Scottie.  He was my first neighbor/buddy when we we're in kindergarten...walked to Wahington school every day past Linda Beardslee's and Billie Sellers.  Friends forevermore.  RIP. 


09/26/19 12:19 PM #18    

Carol Weissmann (Mauck)

So sorry to hear about Scott as we all are. He was a great classmate and there are lots of fun memories from high school. Condolences to his loved ones.  His special personality touched many lives. Carol Weissmann Mauck


10/08/19 07:49 PM #19    

Jeffrey Johnson

I'm in the midst of watching the mini-series, Outlander, in which the main character is Jamie Frazer, a Scot.  So I think of Scott in every episode.  Didn't we have great fun fighting our battles on the grid iron and at Lake Geneva, summer after senior year.  What was that girl's name....

 


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