In Memoriam : Robert (Bob) Scott

Robert (Bob) Scott Robert (Bob) Henry Scott - age: 76
(March 20, 1946 to November 29, 2022 )
Resident of Westbrook, Maine

Visitation Information:
We will be hosting a Celebration of Life at the Stockhouse in Westbrook from 4:30-7:00 pm on Tuesday, December 6th. Bob, was a humble man and would not want people to be sad over the loss of his life so eating food and telling stories is the best way for us to honor him. In lieu of flowers be kind to your neighbors and enjoy time with friends and family this holiday. To leave condolences to the family or sign Bobís guest book, please visit - http://www.dcpate.com/.

Obituary:
WESTBROOK - Robert (Bob) Henry Scott, 76, died peacefully in his home on November 29, 2022. He was born on March 20, 1946, in Waterville, the son of the late Garnet Scott and Shirley (Wilcox) Scott. Bob was raised in Portland and graduated from Deering High School, Class of 65. After graduation, he served with the US Air Force in the Vietnam War, which is where is discovered his passion for photography and was honored to have a few of his photos in National Geographic. After the war, he returned home and continued his education at USM. He then married high school classmate, Nancy (Nutter) Scott and they settled in Saco. Bob stayed busy over the years as an avid wood craftsman, he enjoyed having a workshop and building furniture, and picture frames, and fixing everything he could get his hands on, if anyone were building a deck or improving their home he was always there to help. For 10 years he was a member of the Saco Elks club and enjoyed being on the dart team. Bob was not one to sit still, one of his favorite part-time jobs was driving limousines, and he loved to talk about the people and places he would go in those travels. After retirement, he took pleasure in being on the board of the Westbrook Housing Committee. Food was top on the list of Bobís favorite things, he loved having a good meal with friends & family but his obsession was the food truck scene in Portland and local bakeries. If you had the privilege of knowing Bob then you know that he liked to be a jokester, blues music and jazz were always playing and he loved anything to do with the beach.


In addition to his parents, he is predeceased by his sister-in-law Cordrell Scott, brother-in-law Danny Levasseur, and Nephews Josh Scott, Jason Scott, and Keith Savage. He is survived by his daughter, Sarah Scott, his future son-in-law, Ken Johnson, and his granddaughter Mila Johnson of Saco and his previous wives Cynthia Eastman and Carol Raney. In addition, he is also survived by his Uncle Donald Scott of Brooksville, and 3 siblings, Judy Levasseur of Westbrook, Edna Savage of Biddeford, Malcolm Scott of Buxton, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.








Brent Wilson - December 5, 2022Contact this person Contact this person
I enjoyed having Bob as a tenant, but I especially enjoyed talking with him about food. I loved hearing him talk about the new restaurants that he had tried out. And he definitely tried out more restaurants than I've been to. I will miss him.



    
 





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