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Barney Scott Obituary
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February 17, 2019

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February 17, 2019

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February 11, 2019
I have enjoyed talking with Barney in church and in his rehabilitation settings. He had a fun sense of humor and remembered the political jokes we shared. He received the best of care from his family and is lucky to have had a devoted daughter and son. You will be missed and remembered fondly.
February 10, 2019
Barney was a good friend. He always was upbeat and positive. We loved to talk politics and world affairs. He will be missed!
February 10, 2019
Dad was forever proud to be a Ballard High School Beaver! He enjoyed being a member of De Molay, and rekindling friendships of Seattle days in his later years. In the 1950's he served four years of active duty in the USAF as an airborne radar operator, one of which was spent living in a tent on a small island off of Okinawa for a year. He served two years in the reserves. For most of his career he taught elementary school, which he loved. He also taught Business Law courses at Coleman College and Travel & Tourism courses at SDSU. He loved Casa de Pico restaurant, especially their Margaritas! He enjoyed lots of international travel, including frequent trips to Guatemala to visit a favorite former Principal and family. In addition to his own family, he leaves behind several very dear old and treasured friends, (and some new ones too that he made in St. George, UT), many of whom called and wrote to him in his last few months of life which meant so much. Rest in peace, dad. Love you.
February 10, 2019