Scot, born William Scot Grant, slipped the surly bonds of earth to become an angel on October 30, 2018, just shy of his 60th birthday. He spent those years developing a keen sense of excellence.
Why bicycle when you can get to school by unicycle? That was Scot. Just play baseball? Nope, he excelled as a catcher. The list goes on: springboard diver, water skier, a craftsman with wood, and a steadfast, one-company, career man (39yrs). All this set him up to be the most loving, dedicated husband once he found his true love – Loan Vu. He often remarked that his happiest day was his wedding day. He was always happiest holding her hand, even in the end.
His friends and family will miss his incessant humor, dry wit, and generosity. He could make you laugh while he put together one of his 5-star dinners (ingredients from CostCo, of course) and pair it with an exceedingly good wine.
Scot was preceded in death by his parents David and Janice Grant. He is survived by Loan Grant, his loving wife, and by Tracy McDowell and Brian Grant, his sister and twin brother.
Open viewing will be held on Friday November 9th from 2-6pm at Hansen Desert Hill Mortuary, 6500 E. Bell Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85254, immediately followed by Vietnamese White-Band ceremony.
Full Mass service will take place on Saturday, November 10th at 11am at Blessed of Sacrament Roman Catholic Church, 11300 N 64th St, Scottsdale, AZ 85254, followed by graveside services at Hansen Desert Hill Mortuary.
Please consider a donation in Scot’s name to your favorite charity with a prayer for those you love. Honor his life by continuing to live your life to the fullest and with no regrets.
Visit www.hansenmortuary.com for online condolecnes.