Michael D. Scott
FUNERAL HOME
Riley Funeral Home - Lansing
426 West St. Joseph Street
Lansing, MI
Michael D. Scott Lansing Age 63, died December 7, 2010. Michael, a chef, was formerly employed by Long's Restaurant and Shaw Hall, MSU. He was preceded in death by: his siblings, Paul, Jennifer, Joyce, and Paula. Survivors include: siblings, Kareemah, Jannis, Minnie, Jerome, Phillip and Regina. Friends may visit Mr. Scott Wednesday, 10a.m. - 2 p.m., December 15, at the Riley Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, December 15, 2 p.m., at the Riley Funeral Home, 426 W. St. Joseph Street. The family will receive friends 1 hour prior to the funeral.

Published by Lansing State Journal on Dec. 13, 2010.
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For the Scott Sisters: Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved brother, Michael. If there is anything we may do to help you over, please contact one of us.
The Flagg Family
December 20, 2010
Michael, you were definitely one of the most special people in my life. You filled my life with laughter and smiles...you made sure my life was well-rounded for sure. You talked to me about music, art, tennis, politics, world news...there was nothing you couldn't talk about - and nothing you wouldn't debate! I looked back at your facebook page and saw that my last entry to you while you were here on earth was the words to "You Are My Sunshine"...and THAT you were! We shared laughs and sorrow, didn't we? I miss you terribly...but I know that I am a better person for having known you. Every time I think of you - I hear your laughter! Oh...that contagious laughter! Thank you for being a one of a kind, friend. Loveyoumeanit!
Tammy Darrow
December 17, 2010
Tammy Darrow
December 17, 2010
December 17, 2010
I will miss so much. The circle gets smaller. Jayna St James
Jayna St. James
December 15, 2010
Michael what a brilliant, talented, and charismatic person you were. With your lightning-fast and sassy sense of humor colored with just the right amount of earthy bawdiness. Who could NOT be drawn to your side with that infectious laugh? You had a way of seeing the world that made people hear and see you. Whether it was playing cards, playing tennis, debating world politics, or just enjoying some newly discovered artistic endeavor. You loved, lived, and played with verve throughout your life. You represented in my eyes the quintessential modern-day "renaissance man" in the truest sense and you did it with great style and class. The world is definitely a little less bright now that you have departed from us beloved friend and brother. Be at peace.

Michael's personal online photo journal: http://www.dailymugshot.com/authusers/tenscottie
Norman Sampson
December 15, 2010
Tom Hoadley
December 15, 2010
I've known you since you were in high school in Kalamazoo. I have enjoyed doing shows through out the stste with you. You as the fabulous ARETHA! You would bring the house down every time especially in Detroit. Iwill miss chatting on line with you. You are still in my yahoo chat...just in case. Syn Cooper
Syn Cooper
December 15, 2010
Michael my friend, you were always an inspiration to me as an entertainer. Your professionalism and meticulous detail in your art was surpassed by none. I will fondly remember the laughs and the sheer energy the light of your life brought. The curtain has fallen.
Jamie Kurtis
December 14, 2010
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Vivian Foster
December 14, 2010
FROM THE WILLAMS FAMILY.
GROWING UP ON THE NORTH SIDE WAS SOMETHING SPECIAL. WE WERE FAMILY. WE HAVE LOSS ANOTHER ONE OF OUR FAMILY. GOD BLESS. DOLL, SUGAR, BARBARA JEAN, AND MARIE.
BOBBIE SELLERS
December 13, 2010
To the family of Michael Scott:

We grew up in the same neighborhood and enjoyed the whole family. I would watch Michael as he would do shows at The Elks. My sympathy go out to the family and his friends. Daisy Wilson
Daisy Wilson
December 13, 2010
Michael, you kept us entertained , you kept us laughing and you performed like no other in the world, you brought us to our feet just by stepping on the stage. Give my regards to Bill Kain, Larry Zyber, Peter Rachansky. The stage has gone dark and we will miss you very much.
Victor Cohen
December 13, 2010
Michael David, my dear sweet friend, the love of music, entertainment and your beloved Nancy that we shared will always occupy a large portion of my heart and memory. As always "I think about You" Love Always
T. Harris Tom Hoadley
Tom Hoadley
December 13, 2010
We Love You Michael and we are gonna miss you so much.

Janice Fairley, Joyce Sweet, Jerry Horton,Butch and the rest of the Sweet Family from Battle Creek
The Sweets
December 13, 2010
To the Family My Prayers and Sympathy is with you at this time of loss for a dear friend of mine for 40 years he's gonna be miss very very much all the good times we had as roommates and Entertainers, there won't ever be another like him, I'm gonna miss him so much, but he's out of pain and Entertaining the Masses in Heaven.So much Love for you all.
Butch Sweet
Butch Sweet
December 13, 2010
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