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DEATH: ROBERT DARRELL SCOTT

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Robert D. Scott, died June 8, 1992, of cancer at his home in Salt Lake City.

Born November 19, 1927 in Murray, Utah, to Frank Armstrong Scott and Ruby Palmer Scott. His greatest joy was his family and church. He dearly loved being a citizen of the world, living in many different places, among marvelous people. Found special joy among his missionaries of the Philippines Baguio Mission. Serving as President of the mission was the highpoint of his life at the conclusion of which he was ready to return Home at his Heavenly Father's call.Grew up in Murray and Salt Lake City, graduated from the University of Utah, and spent his 30 year working career with the General Electric Company in various financial and managerial positions at Schenectady/Utica, New York; Valley Forge, Pennsylvania; Cincinnati, Ohio; and overseas locations including Sydney, Australia; Manila, Philippines; Penang, Malaysia; and Singapore. As a leader in the LDS Church, he served in such positions as President of the Philippines Baguio Mission (1988-91); President, Cincinnati Ohio Stake; District President and Bishop, Manila, Philippines; St. George Temple Ordinance Worker; and Branch President in various locations. Married Doris Heward in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, November 9, 1949.

They are parents of four sons and one daughter. Survived by his wife, Doris, and their children and (spouses); R. Craig and (Jackie), Orange County, Calif.; Randle E. and (Barbara), Manhattan, Kansas; Laurie Bonner and (Antone), Racine, Wisconsin; K. David and (Auralee), Plymouth, Minnesota; and Daryl A. and (Apryl), Provo, Utah; 15 grandchildren and two Salt Lake sisters; La Rue Farrer and Betty Edmunds.

Funeral services will be June 11, 1992 - 12:00 noon at the Monument Park Twelfth Ward, 2795 Crestview Drive. Friends may visit Wednesday evening from 7 - 9 p.m. at Larkin Sunset Lawn, 2350 East 1300 South and at the ward, Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon. Interment, Larkin Sunset Lawn Mausoleum.

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