Condolence & Memory Journal

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MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO A LONG-TIME MIAMI DOLPHINS PLAYER TO YOU !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BROTHER FROM , EVERYBODY AT BYRON'S BAR AND GRILLE RESTAURANT !!!!!!!!!!!! MATTHEW 26:01-26:75 !!!!!!!!!!!!!! PSALMS 25:01-25:22 .......... COLOSSIANS 1:01-1:29 ......... THESSALONIANS 1:01-1:10 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! & PHILEMON 1:01-1:25 ?????????????????? #15 !!!!!!!!!!

Posted by JESSE POWER RANGER FARGNOLI - NORTH PROVIDENCE, RI   December 09, 2020

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HAPPY , HUMP DAY !!!!!!!!!!! BUT , MORE IMPORTANTLY HAPPY , EARLY HOLIDAYS TO A LONG-TIME MIAMI DOLPHINS FOOTBALL PLAYER TO YOU !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SIR MATTHEW 26:01-26:75 .......... #13

Posted by GIANNI G-MAN FARGNOLI - NORTH PROVIDENCE, RI   December 02, 2020

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ENJOY , YOUR HOLIDAYS TO A LEGENDARY FOOTBALL PLAYER TO YOU !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BROTHER #13 FROM , EVERYBODY AT BYRON'S BAR AND GRILLE RESTAURANT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! CORINTHIANS 1:11:20-1:11:34 ??????????????????????

Posted by CHEF ASHLEY DUFFY - GREENVILLE, RI   November 30, 2020

Such a tragedy for the family. I am truly sorry for your loss. May God continue to be with the family

Posted by Mae    November 29, 2020

God is a God of all Comfort

Posted by A friend   November 25, 2020

Jake was a legend not only at the Athens Y, Georgia, the Dolphins and later the Washington Redskins. He was a very confident person in all aspects of life. I first remember Jake when playing Athens Y football. He would ride up on his motorcycle and join us younger guys in a game at the Y. At Georgia, he was always a leader and finding ways to get things going with members of the team. He started many escapades that got others in trouble but Jake managed to fade into the background just in time. He loved Football,starting a saying, drinking beer and partying. However he loved to party but he was always ready to play football. Jake would have been a great player in the NBA or MLB if he chose those sports. He truly excelled at football and could play numerous offense and defense backfield and receiver positions. We all enjoyed sitting around and joking with Jake at Georgia. He was a sharp dresser and enjoyed taking off in his corvette to head to Hot Lanta! I believe that he would have gotten the Heisman if he had stayed another year and played both ways. He was a genius in so many ways. He will be missed but fondly remembered by all that knew him and especially as a teammate. Rest in Peace! Jake.

Posted by Jim Massey - Friend   November 24, 2020

Sincere condolences to the Scott Family, May you be strengthened by the Almighty God for the loss in your lives. May He daily carry the burdens of your grieving hearts forever. Psalm 68:19

Posted by BRY    November 24, 2020

My old Coach at the YMCA. One of the best football players I ever saw. He did it his way. Put him in the NFL Hall of Fame. Condolence to the family.

Posted by Reggie Erwin - Athens, GA - friend   November 23, 2020

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TRIPLE WOW !!!!!!!!!! I , DON'T BELIEVE THAT JACOB IS REALLY GONE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HAPPY , EARLY HUMP DAY TO YOU !!!!!!!!!!! BUT , MORE IMPORTANTLY REST EASY TO YOU !!!!!!!!!!!!! MY FRIEND #13

Posted by CRISTIAN DEVIN WOOD - NORTH PROVIDENCE, RI   November 23, 2020

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Sympathy to family! He was a great player!

Posted by Mary Younce - St Simons Island, GA   November 23, 2020

Jake Scott was the real deal.May the good lord welcome him with all his departed friends into eternity.

Posted by Rod Sidway - West palm beach, FL - significant_other   November 22, 2020

R.I.P. OG#13

Posted by Michele Hodges - PSL, FL - father   November 22, 2020

My other favorite #13. Great athlete and head strong. My favorite player on the 72 team. My he Rest In Peace Jake. Been to over 200 games, including 72 & 73.

Posted by Lee Bennett - Sebastian, FL   November 22, 2020

all of my prayers and condilencrs

Posted by Robert Hill - Saint John, IN - acquaintance   November 22, 2020

Jake was good and great. I regret his passing but appreciate his life. He was beloved. Many benefited from his ability to get things done, myself included. It was hard to say “no” to Jake Scott.

Posted by David Braswelk - Atlanta, GA - friend   November 22, 2020

He was my favorite player of all time. I'll never forget him and he'll be greatly missed. My heartfelt and deepest condolences to his family, I pray that the God of all comfort strengthens them during this difficult time.

Posted by J.D.    November 22, 2020

God is a God of all Comfort and he will Comfort the family's..My heartfelt condolences to the family's.

Posted by A friend   November 22, 2020

Sincere condolences to the Scott family, so very sorry for your loss. May God give you peace and strength to carry you through this most difficult time of your loss.

Posted by A friend   November 22, 2020

Our heartfelt condolences goes out to the family and friends.
May you all be comforted as you cherish the wonderful memories shared as well as the beautiful words of comfort from God to comfort “ All who mourn “ bring you a measure of solace and peace during this very difficult period.

Posted by Ezeko & Rossy - Lagos Nigeria   November 21, 2020

Greatest saftey in the history of football.

Posted by James Stone - Greenville, SC - acquaintance   November 21, 2020

My condolences.

Posted by A friend   November 21, 2020

My sincere condolences to the Scott family. May the God of all comfort provide you all the strength to cope with your loss

Posted by TD    November 21, 2020

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories of our loved ones, can bring us comfort and peace. May God be with the family.

Posted by A friend   November 21, 2020

I roomed with Jake Scott at the Bullis Prep School (1963-64). Although a football superstar even then and in possession of a genius I.Q., he was a humble equal with me in our relationship in which we discussed much of life. I never saw anything get Jake down. I always know when he was on his way to the room because he would literally be singing some song of the moment. He brought his ukelele to school and taught me how to play several tunes. Always a nice guy, one who never backed down from anyone who purposely challenged him, I will mostly remember him for that big, Southern Georgia smile which was a boilerplate for his attitude in life. What a good man he was even at the age of a teenager. He taught me much. He was one of a kind.

Posted by James Kelly - Irvington, VA - classmate   November 21, 2020

Jake was a great friend and buddy. We shared some good times, met him by chance at his home in Hawaii over 20 years ago and we became friends. He invited my wife and I to his house on Super Bowl Sunday and we went back several times in the following years. He would always check on us by phone, and several times we met him in Atlanta for a week-end. Rita & Laura, I am certain you are heartbroken, Carol & I are also! My deepest condolences to all of his family! May God rest his soul! Jake needs to be put in the NFL Hall of Fame, he should never be forgotten. Miss you buddy, Godspeed. Van & Carol Woodell

Posted by Van Woodell - S. Chesterfield, VA - friend   November 20, 2020

A quiet and reserved man who would do anything for you! I will miss you.

Posted by Dan Quinn - Lawrenceville, GA - friend   November 20, 2020

Posted by Carol Sivadge - TX   November 20, 2020

One of the greatest athletes in college and professional football history; definitely Pro Football Hall of Fame worthy. Jake was as scrappy and tough, as he was instinctive, smart, athletically gifted, and fundamentally sound. Just an outstanding football player. A "No-Name," who should always be considered a big name in the All-Time Greats category.

Rest in peace, #13.

Posted by - CA   November 20, 2020

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Godspeed Jake, and thank you for sharing a part of your life with us, and the wonderful football memories.

Posted by Harry Simpson - Buckeye, AZ   November 20, 2020

Sorry to see about the passing of Jake Scott
I followed his career closely. Mainly because of the fact that I got his football trading card so many times. It cemented an image in my mind
A great man
Condolences

Posted by Mark Cullen - Iowa City, IA - friend   November 20, 2020

I and d my sincere condolences to the family for your loss. Always keep your memories closer to your heart as the God of tender mercies comfort you.

Posted by Mary - Neighbor   November 20, 2020

My condolences.

Posted by A friend   November 20, 2020