David "Scott" Warrington

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David "Scott" Warrington

Norfolk - David "Scott" Warrington, 47, died Wednesday, July 9, 2014. He was a native of Hampton, and a former resident of Poquoson. He has lived in Newport News for eight years. Scott was a 1985 graduate of York High School, where he was the youngest to graduate in a wheelchair, and attended Old Dominion University from 1986 to 1987. He also attended the American Intercontinental University, and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Digital Design and Business Administration. Scott lived a lifetime in a wheelchair with Muscular Dystrophy.

Scott was a member of Menchville Baptist Church, and was the State Representative of Muscular Dystrophy. He was employed with Lockheed-Martin as a Graphic Designer for twenty years.

Survivors are his parents, Ann and Gerald Warrington of Newport News; sister, Wendy Warrington of Gloucester; brother, Dean Warrington of Virginia Beach; and many loving friends.

Scott was a very special young man. He was so intelligent and was able to help many people with their needs, especially with computers. We are so blessed to have him for our son. He will be missed by many.

We owe a special appreciation to Homeland hospice. They were tremendous!

It was a request of Scott's that all services be Private. Peninsula Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
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Peninsula Funeral Home
11144 Warwick Boulevard Newport News, VA 23601
(757) 595-4424
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Published in The Virginian Pilot on July 13, 2014
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