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Scott Whitaker
  • October 25, 1939
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  • June 27, 2019

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Obituary

Scott S. Whitaker, 79, of The Villages, passed away on Thursday, June 27, 2019.  Born in Bryn Mawr, PA to Edgar and Anna Whitaker of Collingswood, NJ, he resided in Allentown, PA and Valparaiso, IN before moving to The Villages in 2012. 

Life in The Villages included shuffleboard, golf, and woodworking, but his favorite things were

Fox News, Duke basketball, scotch, his children and grandchildren, and grocery shopping (he was at times known to have a 2-3 times a day habit).

Scott graduated from Drexel Institute of Technology and NC State.  He taught at Drexel for three years before taking a position with Bethlehem Steel Corporation as a Marketing Engineer in Construction Sales, where he worked for thirty-five years.

He is survived by Alma, his wife of 49 years; his daughter, Laura Kay Stiner and husband Steve; his son, Ryan Scott Whitaker and wife Kym; three grandchildren, Gage Whitaker, Garrett Whitaker, Delilah Stiner; his sister, Elizabeth Worrell and husband Henry.  He is preceded in death by his sister Ann Zepke and his parents.

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  1. 02 Jul 2019
    Barb Novak says:
    Very sorry for your family’s sudden loss. May he Rest In Peace. God’s blessings always.

  2. 02 Jul 2019
    Jim McCallum says:
    Alma
    So sorry for your loss. Scott was such a kind person. I enjoyed the times I spent with him whether golf or at the pool. I offer prayers for you and your family.

  3. 02 Jul 2019
    Jim & Janet McCallum says:
    Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Scott was such a nice guy. He will be fondly remembered.

  4. 02 Jul 2019
    Roger and Nancy Marble says:
    Scott was such a fun guy and always so kind to us. We love you both and now so glad we took that last cruise together.. we love you and will miss Scott but have many good memories. We will stay in touch and see you soon.

  5. 02 Jul 2019
    Jim Biggs says:
    Alma: Our sincere condolences to you and your family on Scott's passing.

  6. 02 Jul 2019
    Paul Whitworth says:
    Scott was a true gentleman, he helped me and many of my friends and colleagues understand the intricacies of sheet piling, and its uses. Scott was a great mentor. He was patient and kind. We will all miss him very much.

  7. 02 Jul 2019
    Patricia Minnehan says:
    Dear Alma,
    I was so sorry to hear of your loss. There are no words of expression that can fill that void you are feeling. Know there are many praying for you and your family during this time. May God surround you with His love and provide you with the strength to get through each day.
    With deepest sympathy,
    Patricia Minnehan

  8. 01 Jul 2019
    Tom Dunn says:
    Oh, My Dear Alma ~




    I am so sorry to read of Scott’s passing. That is such a shock to hear.




    I have so many wonderful memories of Scott from Collingswood High School which I shall cherish forever.




    I will always have the wonderful visit to your home and meeting you as a most valuable memory.




    I hope and pray for you, that you are able to handle such a sudden loss, through your strength and support of your loved ones and friends.




    I will visit the site you provided and notify my Colls ‘57 classmates of our true loss.




    With caring thoughts and love,

    Tom Dunn