Stanley Fitchett Scott
National Cremation
1110 North Great Neck Road
Virginia Beach, VA
Stanley F. Scott
Virginia Beach - Stanley Fitchett Scott, died Friday, Dec. 21, 2012, Stanley was born in Eastville, VA Aug. 3, 1923, to Pauline Stella Parramore and Tucker Murray Scott. Graduating with the first class of Northampton High School, 1941, he went to Washington D.C. and worked for the British Purchasing Commission from June to Dec. 7th, 1941, then worked throughout 1942 for Newport News Shipyard. Attended the United States Merchant Marine Academy graduating Feb. 1945. He saw action in the Pacific during WWII, and was torpedoed on Aug. Friday 13, 1943. Stanley attended Randolph Macon College in '46 -'47, where he met Dorothy Mae Duncan, they were married Sept. 23, 1950. Dorothy predeceased him on Dec. 14, 2005. After attending the University of Virginia, he returned to sea as 2nd engr. He returned to Richmond and worked for International Harvester Co. for four years when he established the business, G & S Equipment Co., Inc. in 1954, in Chesapeake, selling farm and industrial equipment. Selling the business in 1986 he devoted his time to real estate holdings.
He enjoyed raising a family and living out his life overlooking the waters of the Chesapeake Bay from his home in Va. Beach. And the highlight of each of his last 40 years was hosting his family and friends for the 4th of July at his cabin "The Last Resort" on the Eastern Shore.
He is survived by his three children and their spouses; Robin Scott Angle and Sonny of Herndon, Va., Thomas Michael Scott and Hope of Great Falls, Va., and Stella Scott Schreiber and Allen of Mountain Brook, Ala., and seven grandchildren. He was predeceased by one grandaughter, Haley Scott.
There will be a memorial service at Old Donation Church on December 27th at 12:00 o'clock with a reception to follow. Internment will be private.
Donations may be made to The Laps for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation at: 6 Office Park Circle, Suite 209, Birmingham, AL 35223, or

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Published by The Virginian-Pilot on Dec. 24, 2012.
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I am saddened by the news of Mr. Scott's passing. I will fondly remember him always as my close friend's "Dad", and as a cheerful, energetic, "full of life" person.

Lynne Bohon Manning
Lynne Manning
January 7, 2013
I started to write my top ten attributes of Stanley Scott, I stopped after three. Here they are.
1. Big Heart
2. Big Brain
3. Good Friend

Didn't seem worthwhile to keep going.
I will miss him terribly.

Walter Young
December 26, 2012
Scotty was a wonderful uncle and just prince of a guy. A visit from him or to Ewell Point was always something to look forward to. I know Scotty being reunited with Dorothy Mae brings comfort to the entire family.
Gary and Tricia Duncan
December 25, 2012
One of my very favorite relatives - that he was related by marriage never made a difference. Scotty always had a warmth that made you feel he was REALLY glad to see you. My love to all the family.
Patsy Hallett
December 25, 2012
Robin, Mike and Stella: Uncle Scottie will be greatly missed by our family. We have many very fond memories of his wit, his smile and his love for Dorothy Mae. Your all were blessed with wonderful father that cared for you all and your children so much. He is now at his new "Last Resort" with your Mom. Love to you all, Terry and Dennis Stokes
Terry & Dennis Stokes
December 24, 2012
sorry for your loss, may God provided you comfort during these difficult times
James Fulgham
December 24, 2012
All our prayers to the family for your loss - he was a great man--will be missed! He may be gone but you will see him again-Love the Harris'
Greg & Mary Harris
December 23, 2012
We are very sorry to hear of the loss of Scotty. Some of our fondest memories are at the bay visiting him and Dorothy May. He always kept us entertained! Our daughter's, Kathryn and Jane have always remembered the fishing trip he took them on one year and the joy he brought.
Lee , Paula, Kathryn, and Jane Duncan
Powhatan, Va
December 23, 2012
The loss of our Uncle Stanley leaves a big hole in our hearts. He is the last of his siblings, a brother, my Dad, Tucker M. Scott, Jr., and my aunts Pauline Johnson and Mary Louise Hilcken, and their respective spouses which ends an era, but not a legacy that we all inherit with joy, respect and gratitude. Our hearts and prayers are especially with his children and grandchildren.
Tucker Scott, III
December 22, 2012
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