Henry G. Scott

Henry G. Scott

February 02, 1938 - February 05, 2012

Henry G. Scott

February 02, 1938 - February 05, 2012


Henry G. Scott, 74, of Garden Grove passed away on February 5, 2012.

He is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Carol Scott as well as his four children and their spouses; Susan Scott, Karen Dillon and husband Michael, Robert Scott and wife Rose, Debbie Nininger and husband Scott; grandchildren Kristen and Kaela Dillon, Macey and Matthew Scott, Haley Nininger; step-granddaughter MaryAnn Tran. He was predeceased by his oldest son, Thomas Scott, father to grandchildren, Tyler Scott and step-granddaughter Nikki Tingle and also survived by brothers Alan and Larry Scott.

He had an avid love of his pet birds and dog and enjoyed going for car rides along the coast. He will be forever in our hearts as a wonderful husband, dad and grandpa.

The family would like to thank the ICU Nursing staff at Western Medical Center, Santa Ana for all of their support and efforts throughout this tough time. A special thanks to his Nephrologist, Dr. Pham for his perseverance, personal support and guidance to the family. Last but not least, a very special thanks to all of the family and friends who kept Henry and his family in their constant prayers during this time of need and continue to do so in the wake of their loss.

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10 responses to Henry G. Scott

  1. Karen and family, my heart is sad for you. Even though we know he’s with Jesus the loss of his smile is so hard. We will continue to pray for you and your family as you go through this very difficult time.
    May Gods grace give you peace.
    Kelly & Richard Alessandro

  2. Lit a candle in memory of Henry G. Scott

  3. Karen , Thinking of you and your family at this time. I know that after this life there is so much more, and we will see our loved ones again. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Love, The Ashdown Ohana

  4. Karen and Family,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this challenging time. Thank you for sharing some of your family photos.. Do know that you are in our thoughts and although words can’t change things, you have a friend here…..
    Much love and aloha,
    Randy, Keiko and Kaili

  5. Karen,

    Kelly just passed me the news about your dad. Sorry for your temporary loss. We live in the hope to be with our loved ones again in heaven with new bodies and no more pain. I know your Faith in Him will help carry you through this time.

    “…our mourning will turn to joy.” Jer 31:13

    Love, Richard Alessandro

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