Robert Scott

January 28, 2022
Robert Scott

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Robert (Bob) Scott went home to walk the streets of gold with his Lord and Savior January 28, 2022. Bob was born November 8, 1936, in Norfolk, Virginia. Raised around flowers and greenhouses all his life it would become a passion. Although, his main passion was his love for his Savior and serving his local church. Followed very closely was his deep love and commitment to his one true love, his wife Rachel. He loved his children and their families dearly. Bob had a true heart for people and always there to offer comfort and support to anyone who needed it. He lived a life showing his love and dedication to God and his family.

He enjoyed 35 years in landscape at Colonial Williamsburg. He extended comfort to families for 10 years working at Bucktrout Funeral Home and to him, maybe the most important, were the many positions he held at his church.

Bob is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Rachel. His daughter, Leigh Anne Roberts, and husband James. His son, Timothy Scott, and wife Elizabeth, and three grandsons, Justice Scott, Andrew Roberts, and Jayden Scott.

A service will be held on Saturday, February 5, 2022, at 11:00am at Bucktrout Funeral Home in Williamsburg. The family will hold a private interment prior to the service. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Bucktrout Funeral Home.



Saturday, February 5, 2022
11:00 AM

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Williamsburg, VA 23188

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  • January 31, 2022
    Lisa McGlothlin lit a candle:
    Lit since January 31, 2022 at 1:22:22 PM

  • January 31, 2022
    Carla Jones says:
    I have SUCH sweet, fond memories of Bob from Kingsway Church. He was a precious servant of Jesus, loving all those around him through his words and deeds. The Bible Study class he taught on Sunday mornings were always well attended and his room always smelled like home cooked goodies. On occasion, when I was going through a difficult season personally, Bob was right there to be the arms and lips of Jesus, pointing me to the only One Who could truly help. I know many, many folks loved Bob and he will be truly missed. I will see Bob again, as will all those who have a true, intimate walk with Christ. I have no doubt heaven will have certain individuals there because of Bob.

  • February 02, 2022
    Wanda&TedCook says:
    We are so very sorry for your loss. Bob was a very special person and brought a lot of joy to all who knew him.

  • February 02, 2022
    George and Vickie Siebert says:
    George and Vickie Siebert

  • February 02, 2022
    George and Vickie Siebert says:
    Some friends become like family. Bob was one of the kindest people we have ever known. He didn't just quote the Bible, he experienced a personal relationship with Christ. Bob shared in our ups and downs just like a real family member. There was no doubt, he loved his family so very much. His Sunday School class was A++. In fact he supported us having coffee during class. Back then, that was a big deal. Bob would laugh with us and cry with us. Our love and prayers to each family member. George and Vickie