A year ago Mr. Scott went back to his permanent home. During this year, I realized the meaning: some people come to your life as a blessing, some people come to your life as a lesson. Mr. Scott was a blessing to my life. The income from the real estate deals we did together has been helping me financially. I wish we had worked a lot longer. He is missed!
Thank you all for you kind words, thoughts & prayers for my father & my family. Many of you I had the oppurtunity to meet the day of his service & what a beautiful day that was. Your kind words of my father made me realize just how many people's lives he did touch. For that I am deaply grateful to you all. I loved the man so much that his absence will always be missed. But thank you all once again for sharing your love for him. He will be deeply missed.
Each day comes and goes, and each day I have learned so much about my dad. He was even more than I knew! Thank you all for sharing your stories with all of us! He, right this minute is SMILING SO BIG, knowing how many friends and family members he has touched!!!
Ed Scott enjoyed talking about the Air Force and different planes & people he had encountered. Some of these folks were living legends such as Chuck Yeager and Pancho Barnes. He also enjoyed discussing real estate and how to put together a deal. His special gift was putting together the most impossible deals and getting them to work. The banks never quite understood his methods but they were thrilled with his results on their profit ledgers !
Most of all Ed enjoyed talking about family and he had a steady stream of family members stop by his home through the years. They are the one thing he will miss most during this time of separation.
I will miss my Friday morning visits with Mr. Scott. He always greeted me with a smile.
Cindy Shoopman (Escondido, CA)