January 31, 1979 ~ November 30, 2019

Born in: Atlanta, GA
Resided in: Stone Mountain, GA

Albert Lester Jacob Scott (Jacob), 40, of Stone Mountain, Georgia passed away on November 30, 2019. Born in Atlanta, Georgia on January 31, 1979 to Albert Lester Scott II and Karen Lorane Grosse, he was a longtime resident of Stone Mountain and worked as a landscaper. He was an advocate for local music and known as one of Atlanta’s finest drummers.

Jacob always had an infectious laughter and knew the right music for every moment. He was the embodiment of forgiveness and love, making you feel special and worth the effort. Thinking of him brings a pure sense of love, mercy and forgiveness. His vibrations will be forever felt in the ripples of time.

Survivors include his wife, Kristin E. Scott; daughters, Delaney Scott, Bella Scott, Zoe Kirkland, Autumn Scott; Sons, Josiah Scott, Daniel Kirkland; Parents, Lester & Carla Scott, its Karen Lauder; Sister, Sandi Lee; Brothers, Mark James Lauder; Grandfather, Albert Scott.

A celebration of life will be held at Stone Mountain Park at the Gristmill Pavilion on Saturday, December 7, 2019 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

Online Condolences may be offered at www.WagesandSons.com.


Life Celebration: December 7, 2019 2:00 pm - December 7, 2019 5:00 pm

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  1. May God be with you during your time of need. May He hold you and comfort you, give you peace, love and good memories. So very sorry for your loss.

  2. I’m going to miss you brother. I’ve told a few people this, but you were the rhythm section for some of my most difficult moments. Thank you for supplying the beat to my therapy sessions. I know we didn’t always get along, I loved you though brother. Heaven just got a solid drummer.

  3. My Brother. My hero. I love you man. Thanks for all those trips to band practice, or shows. Those many nights taking every side street to get somewhere. (Long before gps) for showing me the drum circle. Those times I’ll never forget. I’ll cherish your big hugs, your enormous personality, and all your phisolfical teachings over the years. I love you man. Your spirit will forever live one.

  4. I can’t not imagine how your heart is feeling. I am so sorry you lost a part of your soul. Just know my love, that you will see him again one day. May our God comfort you and your babies through this sad time. Hold on to those sweet memories and keep them close to your heart and know he loved your heart and soul completely. I may not be there or may not have seen you in years but you are still a part of my heart. I love you.

  5. I will miss the talks of life, love and children. You’ve always were such a kind soul to me. Gonna miss you!!! Love you and will see you on the other side old friend!!

  6. Such a deep soul! We grew up in the same town and went to the same school but never connected till later in life. You found meaning in everything….. From a song, the way the wind blew the trees to the way a fire was burning. You had so much faith in God, you were never ashamed to preach it. You always talked about the love you had for you children. You were a great spirit to know and will be missed by many. I can only hope in the end you knew how lovely you truly were. Condolences to all.

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