Lloyd F. "Scotty" Scott ’50, beloved husband of Audrey (Kelly), passed away April 9, 2011, surrounded by his loving family. Scotty was born Aug. 26, 1925, in Milwuakee, Wis., the son of the late Lloyd F. Scott Sr. and Genevieve (Savage), and later grew up in San Mato, Calif., where he attended Bellarmine Prep HS and graduated from Santa Clara University in 1950 with a bachelor’s degree in commerce. Scotty joined the Army Air Corps in 1943 and flew with the 426th Night Fighter Squadron in China. He was again called to serve with the Air Force in 1951 where he flew with the 344th Bomb Squadron in B-29s over Korea. After returning to the states he went to work for the Crown Zellebach Corp, later the James River Corp., from which he retired in 1990. Scotty resided for the last 35 years at the Lake Barrington Shores in Lake County, Ill., with his wife Audrey to whom he was happily married for almost 59 years. Scotty had been a member of Rotary International while living in Texas and president of his Toastmasters International Local while living in Connecticut. Besides his wife Audrey, Scotty is survived by his sons, Timothy (Pamela) and Terrence (Janice) and his daughter, Elizabeth (Mark) Fitzgerald and also his grandsons, Christopher and James and granddaughters, Kathryn, Kelly, Emily and MaryLi.