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Remembering Jeff Scott -- educator, artist, husband and father

2016-08-20 - Lucretia Begley Art Gallery at Lindsey Wilson College - Photo by Linda Waggener,
There aren't words to describe the depth of sadness the community feels at the loss of Jeff Scott this week, and of the grief it has thrown his family into. He contributed so much and had much more to do -- it seems it shouldn't have been his time. This photo is shared from nine years ago at an exhibit at LWC that showcased the many artistic talents of the family. Seated at left, Henrietta Scott holds granddaughter Addisyn Hatcher; Henrietta's mother Sara Roush is in the middle; and at right Sara Scott Browning holds baby Hayden Scott Browning. Standing in back are Mary Beth Hatcher, left and Jeff. Clicking 'read more' takes you to his story and memorial service details. Our sympathies are with his family. -- Linda Waggener

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