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5401 Indian River Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
Phone: 757-366-9260
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Scott Miller
In Memory of
Scott Taylor
1967 - 2018
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Condolence From: Carl Hogan , Newnan Ga
Condolence: I met Scott at the end of Jennette's Pier when he rolls his cart up and everyone going Hey Scott, he looks at me and sticks out his hand and said Hi I'm Scott they call me Big Scott so not to confuse me with the other Scott, I introduced myself and as we talked and fished over time I knew we'd hit it off
He would offer to help, show you a new way to do something , His stories and the way he could tell them would have you rolling .
You couldn't help but like him, He was always happy to see you , never saw him get cross with anyone, Were he went there's plenty of bait a good breeze and Mama sea turtles singing.
Friday June 29, 2018
Condolence From: Jenna Orndorff
Condolence: I worked with Scott for 9 months. I only knew Scott for 9 months. It doesn't take long for Scott to become one of your favorites, that's just how he is. When he interviewed me, I thought to myself "Now, I could work with his guy everyday" .He is rare, his heart was golden and he truly knew what compassion was all about. He was filled with compassion, loyalty and truth.The world is dull without him in it. He lit it up no matter what. It brings me comfort to know that I can always go to the ocean, his favorite place and my favorite place since I was kid, and talk to him and be near him. I Thank Scott for everything he did just by being him. If I did anything for him he always be say "Man, why did you do that?! You did not need to do that". Even when it was the littlest thing.
Scott was and is a Beautiful human, soul, heart and mind and is TRULY missed and will be forever. I will always celebrate him and never forget.
Steve and Diana you raised and amazing man!
Friday June 29, 2018
Condolence From: Chris Reed, Gaithersburg, Md
Condolence: Scott will be forever missed by his close friends and fishing buddies at Jennettes Pier.

I first met Scott about four years ago on the end of the pier. He was your friend instantly. His personality and wild stories kept us entertained for hours on end as we waited for the fish to show up. If you knew Scott, you knew that nobody could tell a story like he could. He was always happy. I don't think I ever saw Scott in a bad mood once. If I was in a bad mood, which was not a rare occurrence after having driven 300 miles to the pier on no sleep, Scott could always say something or do something that would instantly cheer me up.

That was the thing about Scott's presence. At 4am as we all started lining up at the gate of the pier, if I saw Scott pulling his cart up, my mood immediately changed. I knew then that no matter what happened that day, whether we catch fish or not, get rained on or burned up in the was going to be a fun day because Scott was there.

I will never forget the last time I saw Scott. It was a Sunday in late August of 2017. We were all fishing and Scott had fallen asleep in his chair. Being the practical joker that I am, I picked up a nasty shrimp off the deck boards and gently slid it into Scott's front shirt pocket. Funny thing is, I forgot about it and he never noticed it. Well, I was halfway to Maryland that night when my phone rang. Scott said "Man I just got home and found this stinky %@* shrimp in my pocket and knew right away you did it!" We both had a good laugh about it.

I will always remember my good friend "Big Scott" Miller

-Chris Reed
Gaithersburg, Maryland
Friday June 29, 2018
Condolence From: Thomas & Libby Widgeon
Condolence: Sorry For Your Loss
Jesus Loves Me
I Am Special To God
Tuesday June 26, 2018