Perry B. Scott, Sr., 92

April 25, 1928 - September 25, 2020

Perry B. Scott, Sr., 92, of Manheim Township, passed away at Hospice & Community Care, Mount Joy on Friday, September 25, 2020. He was born in Lancaster to the late Perry M. and Mildred (Drescher) Scott. Perry celebrated 69 years of marriage with his wife Mary Jane (Risser) Scott.

A graduate of J.P. McCaskey High School, Perry served in the Army as a Sargent with C Battery, 147th Field Artillery Battalion at Fort Richardson, Alaska during the Korean War.

He was the owner of the former Perry Scott VW, Lincoln-Mercury Dealership in Ephrata from 1978-1988. Perry was a former President of the Ephrata Chamber of Commerce and the Ephrata Rotary Club.

A 32 Degree Mason, Perry was a member of Ephrata Lodge #665 F.&A.M., Lancaster Lodge of Perfection, Tall Cedars of Lebanon Forest #27, Rajah Temple-Valley of Reading Consistory and Lititz Springs VFW Post #1463.

Perry enjoyed boating, golfing and bowling. He was a Commodore of the Sassafras River Yacht Club, and then became a member of the Chesapeake Commodores Club.

Surviving Perry are his loving wife Mary Jane Scott and their three sons, Bruce Scott, husband of Peggy of East Petersburg, Lance Scott, husband of Nancy of Lancaster, and Terry Scott, husband of Debbie of Lititz; and four granddaughters and three great-grandchildren.

Private interment took place in Rothsville Lutheran Cemetery.

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October 10, 2020

Jane – We just learned of Perry’s passing.  Glenn and I fondly remember both of you at SRYC Commodore’s Balls.  We enjoyed sharing a table with you several times and our rich conversations.  Sending deepest condolences to you and your family.
Glenn and Connie Davis

October 05, 2020

Bruce, Peggy and family.  So sorry to see that Perry has passed.  As Bruce will remember I met Perry in the late 70’s and was impressed with this friendly, successful businessman.  Bruce, on occasion, you have shared some nice details of Perry’s life.  Please let the wonderful memories of Perry sustain you in this time of grief.  
Doug Rebert

October 05, 2020

Mrs Scott and family, Please accept our deepest condolences for your family’s loss.  Perry will be greatly missed at our clinic. The Staff at Manheim Pike Davita.

October 05, 2020

To the Scott Family,
So sorry to hear of Perry’s passing.  He was good man, was always a conversationalist, and sold our family a few cars!  I know he cared very much for his family and I was proud to wear the “Scott VW” t-shirt playing softball.  May memories fill your hearts and bring smiles in this time of grieving.  
Eric May

October 04, 2020

My thoughts are with you.
Doug Beavers

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