Mr. Scott Lyman Hitchcock
Mr. Hitchcock let my spouse and me ride in the cab of his big tractor with tank-like treads when he was plowing our field several years ago. He was very nice and we enjoyed meeting him. I was shocked to see his face on the front of the little Williamston newspaper, in an article about the accident. We are both very saddened by his untimely death and send virtual hugs to the family. Kate and Chuck Baird
Uncle Scotty, you are greatly missed! Memories of you will always be cherished and I will never forget the guidance you gave us your nieces and nephews. All I can think of is you looking down from the Heaven above still guiding us but now you're a guiding angel shining light down on us!
"If tears could build a stairway,
And memories a lane,
I'd walk right up to Heaven
And bring you home again!"
I will miss Scotty he was my dear brother in-law and friend. He spent his life being such a loving husband and father. Karen always seek comfort in knowing Scotty was very proud of you.
Uncle Scotty, you are greatly missed! Thank you for always welcoming me into your home! I will cherish all the great stories you told over the years and fun family gatherings we had together :) All my love to Aunt Karen, Sarah, and Frank
Uncle Scotty was an amazing person. He always had a great smile on his face everytime he would see us. He had lots of great stories to tell that made everyone laugh. Uncle Scotty will forever be in our hearts.