Paul Scott

Paul L. Scott Jr.

November 19, 1947 - September 20, 2020
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Paul L. Scott Jr., 72, of Ann Arbor, Michigan passed away Sunday, September 20, 2020. Paul was born in LaPorte, Indiana on November 19, 1947 and grew up in Hammond, Indiana. He moved to Ypsilanti, MI in 1973 to attend Eastern Michigan University. He was employed by GM working at the Powertrain Plant in Ypsilanti for 32 years (30 of those as an electrician) and retired in 2008.

Paul will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. He was a loving and giving son, brother, uncle, and friend. He loved nature as he fed and observed a multitude of animals including his favorite, the many birds near his apartment complex. Paul was an intellectual and loved the academic and cultural life of Ann Arbor. He had numerous degrees and was a life-long learner. Since retirement he loved to travel as well. He was a member of the Pittsfield Seniors and enjoyed many of their trips.

Paul is survived by six siblings, Pam Locker, Patty Cooke, Penny Scott, Pat Scott, Polly (Tim) Stephen, and Peggy (Don) Haynes; fifteen nieces and nephews; two great nieces and one great nephew; his partner, Mary Ann Wroubel and her dog Lucia; long-time friend, Dave Wines; many, many other friends and acquaintances; and his beloved cat, Annika. He was preceded in death by his father, Paul L. Scott Sr.; mother, Mary Elizabeth Scott; sisters, Rebecca Ann and Paula; brothers-in-law, Joseph Cooke and David Locker; and his cat, Kitty.

In lieu of an official service, Paul’s ashes will be scattered per his wishes. We invite you to honor Paul’s life as you see fit whether it is walking a nature trail, playing bridge, sharing a dinner, or taking a trip. Do whatever reminds you of Paul and helps you recall good memories of time spent with him. If you wish to honor Paul, please treat those around you with love and compassion as he always did.

Memorial contributions may be made in Paul’s memory to a human or animal charity of your choice as he believed passionately in helping those in need. Please share a memory or a photo online here for the family.
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Penny Scott

Posted at 06:51pm
Paul was a wonderful brother. I have many fond memories of him but some of the most recent include his loving support of my mother in the last couple years of her life as her dementia worsened. Paul would spend time with her watching her favorite movies and shows and engaging her in conversation. Many, many laughs were shared. Sometimes we would all be laughing so hard we were crying. Paul had a great sense of humor. He was extremely intelligent and he loved to read. He was very generous with family members. He led a rather simple, disciplined, peaceful life that brought him happiness. He will be greatly missed.
Rest In Peace now.
Love, Penny

Posted at 11:15am
I only met Paul once, and he was a very sweet, engaging person. My heart goes out to the family. ❤️
Janice Greene

Pamela Scott Locker Posted at 12:45pm

Thanks, Janice!

Pamela Scott Locker

Posted at 02:24pm
My older brother Paul, who we all called Scotty, died suddenly from a massive stroke yesterday. Up to then he had been healthy — walking, a vegetarian diet — but after a procedure to correct a heart arrhythmia he had the stroke. He lived in the college town of Ann Arbor, Michigan for most of his life. After getting a couple of degrees from Purdue Calumet and Eastern Michigan University he settled on a good-paying union career as an electrician in a GM plant. He was a lifelong intellectual and progressive, and whenever we got together we talked politics and books and movies. He loved libraries! We were born 18 months apart and grew up together in northwestern Indiana in Wheatfield, Gary and Hammond. He was a good man and I will miss him. I know you are in Heaven Scotty (if there is one), so hug David, Paula, Mom, Dad, and Grandmas Williams and Scott for me. Remember those wonderful summer trips to Wheatfield?

Pamela Scott Locker Posted at 02:25pm

This was from a Facebook post so the date is wrong but we both know I was never perfect! Love you forever!

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