In Memorial

David Scott, Superintendent

Central Mass. Mosquito Control Project

Members of the NMCA and mosquito control personnel from around the country were distressed to learn of the passing of David Scott on October 12, 1997 of an aneurysm. David was enjoying one of his favorite pastimes, hunting in Maine. David was an avid outdoorsman, from bird hunting with dogs he trained himself, deer hunting with his son Shawn and hunting pals, to captaining a successful deep sea charter service for many years. David lived every moment to its fullest, and any endeavor he participated in he gave everything he had to it. Another activity special to him was the Tewksbury Youth Skating Association, where his whole family was deeply involved in.

David was with CMMCP for over 22 years, most of that time in the Superintendent capacity. He also served admirably as President of NMCA from 1988-1990, as well as his time as 2nd and 1st Vice Presidents. David was also instrumental in the success of the 55th Annual Meeting of the AMCA in Boston, MA in 1989. David will truly be missed by this organization and others.

David was 43 years old, and in good health. This was a shock to everyone he knew and cared for. David leaves behind his wife Robin and three children; teenagers Amy & Suzanne, and 12 year old Shawn. The NMCA wishes to express its deepest sympathies to his family and friends.

Memorial contributions can be made to the Tewksbury Youth Skating Association

PO Box 694, Tewksbury, MA 01876

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