Scott Carleton Lillie
(May 20, 1955–December 21, 2000)

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Guestbook Archive

Messages left for Scott's family and friends
12/26/2000 through 7/4/2005
Most recent messages at the top.

7/4/2005 Los Angeles, California, USA
From Isis (Iz)
Missing Scott on this 4th of July, 2005, and remembering the picnic we had in Griffith Park on a July 4th long ago.

Love, Iz
12/21/2004 Mt. Victoria, Maryland
From Ann Lillie Chess
On the fourth anniversary of Scott's death, his family remembers the pain shared by all those who loved him. The kindness of his friends was a comfort in a time of deepest grief. We contine to miss him and mourn our loss. We are, however, sustained by faith in an eternal reunion. We ask God's blessing on all those whose lives were touched by my brother, Scott Carleton Lillie. Also known as, "The Great Scott".
11/11/2001 Crystal Beach, Florida, USA
From scott carleton
Found the information on Scott Carleton and felt like signing your guest book since we have the same fname/lname. I dont run across alot of people that have the last name spelled as Carleton (alot of times the "e" is dropped).....


Scott David Carleton
1/17/2001 Tallahassee, FL, USA
From Charlotte Lillie
Reading the heartfelt messages in the guestbook is almost like having another memorial service for our beloved Scott. We will never get over missing him but it means so much to know how loved and respected he was by so many people. We appreciate your messages more than we can express with mere words. Thank you all from our hearts. Scott's mother.
1/13/2001 LA
From Iz
A Note to All Scott's Family and Friends.

My heart and my thoughts are with you today, as every day. I wish so that I could be there with you for Scott's Memorial Service. May all who loved him so much be a solace and comfort to you. With Love, Iz
1/10/2001 Overland Park, Kansas, USA
From Kathy Hiles
I am a friend of Babs and Vern Lundberg and just want you to know our prayers are with you all. God Bless
1/10/2001 Tallahassee, Florida
From The Koger Staff
Dear Mark and Family: You are in our thoughts and prayers now and forever.


Your Koger Buddies
1/9/2001 Largo, Fl, USA
From Patsy Beyer
Very sad. He seemed such a remarkable young man.
1/5/2001 Manhattan, KS, USA
From Steven Lundberg
This really makes me to sad to comment. I'll miss my cousin... Scott's been there for every family reunion since we were both in diapers, and it just won't be the same without him this year.
1/4/2001 Auburndale, Fl
From Anna Thornton-Wyman
I met Scott a couple of years ago when I was visiting a friend in Winter Park at the Langford Hotel. Scott was brilliant and most enjoyable conversationlist. We talked about art and his love of it, including works his father had done. We danced, then went walking through the antique district with our friends until the wee hours of the morning.

Through the last two years Scott and I kept in touch, usually through IM's and emails. He was always talking about his family and the joy they always brought into his life. He adored his grandmother and always had something to share about her.

Scott and I planned to visit Cassadaga. We both talked of "spiritual" things, however we just never seemed to have the same time of
1/4/2001 Windermere, Florida 34786, USA
From Audra Overkleeft
I am so sorry to hear of Scott's passing.

Scott was a kind and gentle soul who worked along beside me on proposals and IR&D during our long overtime hours at Martin Marietta. I enjoyed Scott's sense of humor and found him to be just a delight!

I have a poem which I love and would like to share. The author is unknown. It is entitled, "From a Son".

Do not stand at my grave and weep.
I am not there, I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am diamondglints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning's hush,
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
1/3/2001 Orlando, FL, US
From Mark Monello
Scott worked in my area at Lockheed Martin Information Systems. He was always more than willing to help me with the many Excel and PowerPoint questions I would have. He was such a hard worker and would always take time to help me whenever needed. His kindness and thoughtfulness is an inspiration to all. My thoughts and prayers are with Scott's family and friends. May we all find comfort in the many wonderful memories Scott has left behind.
1/3/2001 Orlando, Fl
From Z. Hashem
It will be easy to remember the kind, helpful and warm person that Scott is. Knowing him and working with him was a pleasure.

God Bless and rest in peace surrounded by God's Love.
1/3/2001 Orlando, FL, US
From John T. Adams
My wife worked with Scott for the last few years and she always commented on what wonderful and helpful person he was. He often helped her with presentations and some large projects. I work at another Lockheed facility, and people here who had worked with Scott over the years expressed their sorrow to hear of his passing, and likewise commented on what a great person he was and how good he was to work with. May God grant your family a measure of peace during this difficult time.
1/3/2001 Osteen, FL, USA
From Linda and Johnnie Mathis
What a beautiful and thoughtful way to share your love and memories with others. May our sympathy and your special memories help to comfort you at this time of sorrow. Johnnie and Linda Mathis
1/3/2001 Orlando, FL, USA
From Sharon Kellerman
The news of Scott has left me feeling sad. I knew Scott when we worked together at Martin Marietta in Orlando. Although we didn't keep in touch, he left me with pleasant memories. There is a photo of him in my photo collection that makes me smile when I turn to that page. He was someone who touched my life and made me smile. My prayers go out to his family and him that he has moved on to a better place today. Sharon
1/3/2001 Orlando, Florida, USA
From Vince Cerniglia
I worked with Scott on several proposals during my years at the East side plant between 1995 and 1998. He was always willing to help and do what it took to get the job done, and to get it done correctly. He was a consumate professional, and I truly appreciate all the help and assistance which he gave to me personally and so unselfishly.

Please accept my deepest sympathy. And to Scotttie, if I may say "Scotto - you were the best!" Vince
1/2/2001 Orlando, FL, USA
From Mark Fenster
I was saddened to hear of Scott's untimely passing. My deepest condolences to his family and friends and may his memory be an ispiration to us all.
1/2/2001 Leesburg, VA, USA
From Jim and Lisa Mulato
God Bless you Scott
1/2/2001 Orlando, Fla., Orange
From Donna McConnell
God bless and be with Scott's family at this time. Scott and I shared many laughs at Lockheed Martin.
1/2/2001 Winter Park, Florida, USA
From C. Douglas Kerr
It was a priviledge to know taught me much about patience and peace of mind. May you now rest in peace for all your good work on earth.......doug
1/2/2001 orlando, fl, usa
From harry lambert
I was on holiday leave and was shocked to hear about Scott when I returned. My sympathy to the family.
1/2/2001 Orlando, FL, USA
Our love and prayers are with you.
1/2/2001 Orlando, Fl
From Michael F. Krayewsky
I will miss Scott's energy and can-do attitude here at Lockheed Martin. Scott helped me on numerous presentations and always made the time available to create the quality presentations which became his trademark. I learned a lot more about Scott from viewing the pictures that were posted on his memorial website. It refreshed me to know that Scott enjoyed the outdoors and the history of our country. I miss him now, but will remember him always.
1/2/2001 Oviedo, FL, USA
From Carolyn Clark
Scott and I worked together off and on for over 15 years at Lockheed Martin. He and I were the BOE people for the LANTIRN program. He was instrumental in my being allowed to stay on the eastside of Orlando (where I live) when everyone else transferred back to West Orlando, for that I will always be grateful. I will remember the really nice conversation we had on the 15th of December at a Christmas luncheon held for our department.
From Phil Carter
Worked with Scott briefly on several projects here at LMC. Enjoyed working with him and always found him to be very competent and quite easy to work with. Heard about his fall Thursday, 12/21, then took vacation Friday. Thought about Scott several times over the holidays, making a mental note to check on his status as soon as we returned to work. Please accept my condolences. Scott will be missed by many at Lockheed Martin.
1/2/2001 Orlando, FL, U.S.A.
From Bill Flegal
Nice site. Wonderful pics of Scott.
1/2/2001 orlando, fl, orange
From Richard E. Thompson
Scott was a fellow artist and co-worker. He will be missed.
12/30/2000 Orlando, FL, USA
From Bob Haley
I was saddened to hear about the death of Scott. I knew for many years through Mensa.
12/30/2000 Windermere, Florida, USA
From Alan, Cindy and Leighanne Boone
Dear Scott, Thank you for being our friend and supporting Alan for so many years. You are greatly missed. We agonize over how unfair it is that your time to leave us is so soon and wish to understand why. Thank you for being a wonderful part of our lives. Love always, Cindy, Alan, Leighanne Boone
12/29/2000 Mt. Victoria, MD
From Ann Chess
As the word spreads about our loss, I speak on behalf of Scott's family when I say that we very deeply appreciate the expressions of sympathy we have received from Scott's many kind and generous friends. It literally means more to us thanmy words can say to learn how deeply cared about my brother was. Please keep in touch, and we will help John update this site as much as possible.

Thank you.

12/28/2000 Titusville, Florida, USA
From David Brian Ramsay
I was astonished to hear the news about Scott. I worked in the same group as Scott over 6 years and preform tech support for him many times. He was a very nice man and always gave me full details as to what was wrong with his computer.

I saw the photo of Scott sitting om the mountain. It reminds me of how Jesus would look doing the same. They now walk together in Paradise.

I lost my oldest brother to cancer in 1986. I'm sure he now walks with Scott as well.

Bless You All.

David Brain Ramsay
12/28/2000 Titusville, FL, USA
From Thomas Vick
Scott is certainly someone that I will never forget. I have worked with him for the past five years, and only knowing him on a business level, I know he was someone that did things in a way that he knew they should be done and made sure that they were done reguardless of the painstaking steps that were involved. He made sure that the work that he did was work that he could be proud of. He rarely cut corners and he always produced the best product that he could.

My condolesences go to his family for their loss.

Tom Vick
12/26/2000 Orlando, Fl
From Beth Anthony
Scott was one of the first people I met in Central Florida Mensa thirteen years ago. He remained one of my favorites and one of the reasons I maintained my membership. Always interesting, always friendly and funny, and with a dry humor that went over many heads. He and I were both old school cartographers, too.

It's hard to believe he's gone.
12/26/2000 Los Angeles, California, USA
From Isis Sharon Viedma-Aguilar "Iz"
Scott's Mother called me on Sunday morning to tell me of Scott's accident. Scott and I have been friends for 20 years, 17 of them by long distance calls, letters and e-mails, but I feel the loss of my beloved Scott as deeply as if we had been together daily.

I have many pictures and stories of Scott, and would love to hear from any family members or other friends of Scott's.

He will live on forever in my heart.

12/26/2000 N Lauderdale, FL, USA
From John Herring
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