Tellie Cappel ’97 Lost

Class of 1997 lost a great one! We are  saddened to report that Tellie Cappel, passed away November 18th  from complications due to a long illness. Tellie was truly a wonderful person! She had a great smile, infectious laugh and was a great friend to many! She will be greatly missed. Please keep her daughters, Ariel, Zeta and family in your prayers.
Tellie’s services are
Tuesday 10:00 – 12:00
Connelly Bros in Latonia

Best Of Scott Awards Launched

The Alumni Association launched it’s program to recognize those Scott grads who have gone beyond the call of duty to improve lives and society. Our student Best of Scott winner is Tim Price. He is a 1984 graduate and founded the Luke Moeller Golf Outing (LMGO) over 14 years ago. Tim chooses 2 worthy families that have been affected by cancer and coordinates the golf outing to raise funds each year to help these families with their medical & life expenses. Tim took LMGO a step further by providing money, clothing & food to several school districts to kids that wouldn’t have anything unless donated by kind souls like Tim.
Our teacher Best of Scott winner is Todd Moody. Todd taught at Scott between 2007-2013. Todd totally changed the marching band program at Scott to again competing competitively. Mr. Moody impacted every student he taught; he encouraged & challenged students because he saw each of their potential. Students felt such a connection with Mr. Moody that most days you would find students sitting in his office before, during & after school just soaking up his advice about life in general.
Congratulations to both winners!
The committee & Board plan on announcing Best of Scott winners each season; Fall, Winter, Spring & Summer. The awards will be given out at Homecoming each year. If you nominated someone, their nomination will be considered for subsequent awards. If you know anyone who you think deserves the Best of Scott award, please nominate them.
Special thanks to Hand in Hand Realty / John Vince for sponsoring this special event and providing the pull pork at the Park House where the awards were given as part of the Homecoming celebration last night.

Barry Ashbrook ’81

Barry Russell Ashbrook, 57 of Taylor Mill, KY passed away on Saturday, October 16, 2021 at St. Elizabeth Health Care in Ft. Thomas, KY.  He was born the son of Russell and Fannie Cole Ashbrook on October, 22, 1963.

Barry proudly served as a staff sergeant in the United States Airforce for many years.  He then worked as a mechanic for Delta Airlines for several years before he went to truck driving.  Barry was currently driving for Dayton Freight.  Although he was a hard worker, he still made time to do the things he enjoyed most.  Barry enjoyed riding his motorcycle, woodworking, building model trains, listening to classic rock music, and playing his guitar.  He also loved fishing and camping in the outdoors.   His greatest accomplishments in life were his two wonderful children.

Barry was preceded in death by his parents; his sister Rebecca L. Eversole; nephew Srgt. Ronald J. Forsyth.  Those left to carry on his legacy are his children, Brandon (Tabitha) Ashbrook and Shéetom “Shée” Ashbrook; mother of his children, Annette Hufferd; brother, Kelvin (Rhonda) Ashbrook; one grandson, Brennon Ashbrook; best friends, Tony (Vickie) Wiggins and many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews who will miss him beyond measure.

A gathering of family and friends will be held at Chambers and Grubbs Funeral Home, 11382 Madison Pike, Independence, KY o

 

Chad Ryder ’06 taken by Covid

Chad Ryder, class of 2006, died Monday night at the VA hospital. He was a proud Eagle, played football and wrestled in his time there. After high school he served in the US Army for nine years with tours of duty to Iraq and Afghanistan. He died at only 33 years young, from covid. Visitation will be Monday November 22 from 6-8pm. Service, with full military honors, will be Tuesday November 23 at 11am. Both are being held at Floral Hills Memorial Garden in Taylor Mill.”

Scott Alumni Association Launches Awards Program

This Summer and Fall the Scott High School Alumni Association launched a program to recognize the Best of Scott alumni and teacher awards. The intent is to recognize alumni and Scott teachers who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in terms of making the world a better place. Specifically, the committee is looking for alumni who have improved humanity through social work, charity, and selfless unrewarded acts. With the same theme for teachers, the committee is seeking former or current Scott teachers who greatly impacted the lives of students beyond what was the norm for the teaching job. We’re looking for special teachers who impacted student lives.

If you wish to nominate, see the attachment.Nomination Form

Mike Kidd ’80 succumbs

Scott graduate Mike Kidd ’80 passed as a result of a coronary. He was well loved as a great student, super friend, solid family man, and for his performances in Lil’ Abner and Annie Get Your Gun. The entire early Scott community morns his passing. May he Rest in Peace.

Sue Dawkins, Retired Teacher Passes

Sue Dawkins, a fixture at Scott High School in the Home Economics Department, passed away from Lung Cancer on September 25th after a three year battle with the disease. Our whole community is saddened with her passing. Our heartfelt condolences to her family and her friends. We will all miss her.

Rhonda King Grimes ’82

Rhonda Grimes ‘ graduate of Scott High School passed away on August 25, 2021. Our sincere condolences to her family and friends. She will be missed.

Carly Pearce

Carly Pearce, a Taylor Mill young woman, was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry as an award winning Country Music singer on August 3, 2021. Carly left Scott at 16 and went to Nashville to follow her dreams. On September 2, the City of Taylor Mill honored her at Pride Park and signs are now in Taylor Mill marking this as the Hometown of Carly Pearce. She has changed her name over the years, but the talent hasn’t waivered. Congratulations!

Gary Epplen, Former Scott Teacher, Has Passed Away

Gary J. Epplen, age 71, of Covington, KY passed away on Saturday, August 14, 2021. Gary taught at Scott High School for 27 years in the English department. He also directed shows for the drama department and worked with the speech club. He will be remembered for his great personality and infectious laugh. He is survived by his son, Jonathan Epplen; adopted daughter Becky Strong; daughter, Tara Epplen; brothers, David Epplen and Joseph Epplen;1 grandson; 2 great-grandchildren and many friends.

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