Gordon Scott McNeill, of Lawrenceville, passed away on February 26, 2015. Scott was born March 22, 1952 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He is preceeded in death by his parents Parents, Gordon L. McNeill and Mary Lou Colvin McNeil. Survivors include his loving wife of 20 years, Luchie McNeill, son Sean McNeill (19), daughter, Shania McNeill (12), son Jonathan McNeill (8), sister Amy Sprowls, and sister Ada Parkinson (Phil), plus many nephews and nieces. Scott” Served in the US Navy for 20 years, retiring in 2000. He worked for the federal government (ATSDR/CDC) until his retirement in 2014. Scott’s greatest joy was watching his children growing up. He also loved loved fishing, was an avid reader and a great storyteller with great sense of humor. He is loved by his immediate family and blessed with many friends from his travels around the world, including his Navy buddies.

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  1. I so sorry for your loss. Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope during this most difficult time. May Jehovah, the God of all comfort, the love of your family and friends give you the strength you need to endure. ( 2 Corinth.1:3,4)

  2. I’m so sorry for the family’s loss. Scott was such a kind and funny person. He will be missed.

  3. my thoughts and prayers are with Scott’s family at this very sad time. Scott was always so cheerful and helpful for me and others at work.

  4. A Mass will be offered for Scott at my parish, All Saints Catholic Church. Scott was a really great guy who served his country long after his military career. I will remember him always. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed rest in peace.

  5. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I’m glad he was able to retire and spend more time with the children. My heart and prayers go out to you and the family.

  6. Dear Luchie, Sean and Shania,
    I am tremendously saddened by your loss and will always cherish wonderful memories of Scott. May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Regards, Cynthia

  7. I am so sorry for your loss. Scott was a great guy and a joy to work with! He will be sorely missed. May God give you strength, comfort and peace during this difficult time.

  8. I am so sad for Scott’s passing. It was a joy to have him around. He will forever be missed for his kindness and sense of humor. May he rest in peace.

  9. My thoughts are with your family. In the short time that Scott and I worked together I learned how much he loved his family and what an interesting person he was. He definitely could be funny and always had a positive viewpoint.

  10. Our thoughtsand prayers are for the whole Scott family at this sad time. May he rest in peace. Regards, the Correia’s.

  11. I’m deeply saddened on hearing news of Scott’s passing and he will be greatly missed, not only by you but by many others as well, since he truly was a terrific guy. Please accept my deepest condolences and I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this most painful and difficult time.

  12. I am very sorry for the lost of Scott, my former co-worker and friend. I will miss his jokes and the laughter we shared. I extend my condolence to his wife and family. Scott will truly be missed. He was a good guy. Rest in Peace my friend.

  13. To Scott’s Family, May God give you peace and comfort. I worked with Scott briefly but we would have the best conversations. His memory will always live on in your hearts.

  14. From the members of the USS Macdonough Reunion Association, may I express our sorry at the loss for his family and our organization. Scott was a member of the USS Macdonough (DDG-39) from 1974-1977.
    Fair skies and a following sea to you, Scott

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