Beverly H. Scott

July 10, 1939 - February 14, 2023
Beverly H. Scott

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Beverly Hester (“Bev”) Scott of Williamsburg, VA passed away on February 14, 2023 at the age of 83. Bev Scott was from Franklin, VA born on July 10, 1939, the son of Edward Andrew Scott and Mary Elizabeth Hester Scott. He is survived by his devoted wife of 56 years, Elece E. Scott, of Williamsburg; a daughter Angela Scott Wallander (William) of Dallas; and three sons, C. Hunter Scott of Sarasota, B.H. (“Chip”) Scott II (Stefanie) of Washington D.C., and Raleigh Clay Scott of Chesapeake. He is also survived by five grandchildren: Delores Wallander Rindt (Matthew) and Rebecca Scott Schultz (Christopher) of Dallas; and Wesley Clay Scott, Wyatt Higgins Scott and Willem Augustus Scott of Washington, D.C. He was totally smitten with his two great granddaughters, Beverly Scott Schultz and Angela Scottie Rindt of Dallas who provided him with his last glimpse into the future. He is also survived by his brother, Andrew Edward Scott (Linda) of Richmond.


Bev attended VMI where he played varsity basketball, competing against such basketball greats as Jerry West (West Virginia) Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati) and Jeff Cohen (College of William and Mary). He spent his professional career in the heavy highway construction business building many roads and bridges throughout the Commonwealth beginning in the 1960’s and extending over a more than 50-year career.

Bev was the consummate southern gentlemen. He was a kind and gentle man despite his towering 6’6” height. He loved his family above all else in life. He enjoyed watching almost any sporting contest with a particular passion for college football and college basketball. He was truly in his element when attending Virginia Cavaliers’ football games with his sons.

Bev was an avid reader and was especially interested in American History. His love of reading, combined with his interest in American politics always made him well equipped for lively conversations and informative discussions with family and friends.

A grave side service and internment will be held for Bev Scott at Cedar Grove Cemetery in Williamsburg on February 24, 2023 at 11:00am. Bucktrout Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.

Graveside Service

Friday, February 24, 2023
11:00 AM

Cedar Grove Cemetery - Directions
809 S. Henry Street
Williamsburg, VA 23185

Visiting Hours

Bucktrout Funeral Home - Directions
4124 Ironbound Rd.
  • Friday, February 24, 2023
  • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

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  • February 23, 2023
    Glenda Bridges says:
    B was my husband, Glenn's 1st cousin. He loved B and Andy and All of the Scott Cousins. They all played football in an open field growing up and had so much fun. B was a jokester and a Good Man. Elece, I know your pain of loss. I am so glad I got to know you too.. With our Deepest Sympathy and Much Love. Mrs Glenn (Patsy) Bridges and Family

  • February 23, 2023
    Glenda Bridges says:
    B was my Husband, Glenn's 1st Cousin. He loved B and Andy and All the Scott Cousins. They all played football in an open field growing up and had so much fun. B was a jokester and a good man. Elece, I know your pain of loss. I'm so glad I got to know you too. With our deepest sympathy and much love. Mrs Glenn (Patsy) Bridges and Family

  • February 22, 2023
    Ann Scott Perkins says:
    Beverly "Be" was my cousin and we grew up together in Hunterdale area seeing each other at family gatherings and graduating together from Franklikn High School in 1956. During the last few years we have been reunited by phone and I was privileged to have wonderful conversatons catching up on both of our families. Due to my living in the North country since 1969 we only saw each other at family funerals and the occasion of high school reunions. It was evident from our conversatons, how much Be treasured and loved his family.