Photo courtesy of Mackey Funerals and Cremations at Century Drive

Kent Champion Scott

Charleston, South Carolina

May 31, 1952 – Jun 11, 2017 (Age 65)


May 31, 1952
June 11, 2017
Charleston, South Carolina


Send Flowers

Mackey Funerals and Cremations at Century Drive Obituary

Dr. Kent C. Scott, 65, of Charleston, SC, passed onto a peaceful place Sunday, June 11, 2017. He was born on May 31, 1952 in Greenville, SC, son of Juanita Gillespie Scott and Champ Scott. Kent graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of South Carolina in 1974. He...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

i met kent when i moved back to charleston in 2010. in that brief period of time i felt as if i had a life long friendship. we spoke of many things and shared an understanding many fundamental concepts and beliefs that is life. we spoke of faith family community friendship. like his name he truly is a champion. my first impression when we met are not just my personal feelings but the definition of who he was; kind, thoughtful, considerate, trusting, open, generous. a great guy. a good person....

Please accept my condolences for the loss of Kent. He was one of the most pleasant, enjoyable people I ever knew, and I can't think of any time I was around him that there weren't lots of laughs and fun. He was full of life and I greatly enjoyed all the times I was in his company and will remember him with a smile.
Regards, Michael Trouche

Kent made "going to the dentist" fun. I was his patient for eight years when I lived in Charleston. He was so much fun and he gave me advice on many topics. I would never cancel an appointment to go to this dentist! I will always remember his laugh and sitting in his chair seeing his dog in the backyard.
Wow, will he be missed.

Clare Kehoe

Never a dull moment with Kent. Will miss you and all the good times that we shared over the years....also made going to the dentist fun!

Carey and Pud, June 2017
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of our Kent... He was an amazing man and lived a Full and Awesome Life... He was not only.. the kind of man people wanted to be, he was the kind of man people would be proud to be... Gentle, and with great courage, trust, and grace. fragile, sudden, broken, the wake of such a loss, we are haunted by things we...

I am heartbroken to hear of your untimely death. I cherish my memories of all the crazy fun times with you at Carolina and Charleston. Sunbathing, boat trips, road trips, parties, oyster roasts, your beautiful piano playing, Even though I haven't seen you much in the last 20 years, I will miss you. The world has lost a loving, funny, honest man. God bless you, your brother, Carey and all your dear friends, which are many I am sure.

Remembering Kent's bright smile all the way from grammar school to WHHS. A wonderful guy. My condolences to your family.

I am deeply saddened to hear of Kent's passing. I have great memories of Kent from my days at Carolina, road trips and hanging out at Tradd Street. My thoughts and prayers go out to Carey and the rest of the family and Kent's many close friends.

I have such wonderful memories of working with you for many years. You were a man of honor who loved his family very deeply. May your mother and father wrap their arms around you in the heavens. May peace be with your brother to cherish the memories you have together. You will always be in my heart!