D’Juan Nathan Scott

Published 9:22 pm Thursday, May 29, 2014

D’Juan “DJ” Nathan Scott, 14, entered into eternal rest peacefully Sunday, May 25, 2014, at Children’s Hospital of King’s Daughters with his faithful and loving mother by his side. He was born in Nansemond County and the son of Felicia Scott and the late John W. Scott Sr. He was preceded in death by his father, John W. Scott Sr.; brother, John W. Scott Jr.; grandmother, Juanita Brown; grandma and grandfather, Joseph and Louvenia Scott; and uncle, Carlos Brown.



He was a ninth-grader at Lakeland High School. He was a member of Metropolitan Baptist Church, where he was in the youth choir, an usher, Men of Action and Boy Scout. “DJ” had many male role models in the Men of Action.

He leaves to cherish his love and memory to those who survived him, his loving and devoted mother, Felicia Scott, who never left his side through his sickness; two sisters, Angela Hill (Raleigh), of Suffolk, and Audrey Harris (Kenny), of Clinton, Md.; six brothers, Randyll Scott, of Suffolk, Donald Scott (Wilemena), of Suffolk, Timothy Scott (Catherine), of Suffolk, Vincent Scott (Monica), of Norfolk, Tracy Scott, of Newport News, who was a father figure to his baby brother, Lynwood Scott (Monica), of Suffolk; uncles, Antonio Brown (Terry), Guy Bradley, both of Suffolk, Joseph Mazell, of Atlanta, Ga., the Rev. James Scott (Pat), of Maryland, William Scott (Jeanie), and Jackson Scott (Blondell), both of Newport News; aunts, Denise Washington (Paul), of Washington, D.C., Rumell Brown, of Suffolk, Jackie White (Edward), of Hampton, Alma Wooten, of Maryland, Pearline Fulgham, of Hobson, Lillie Wellons, of Smithfield, Mary Rice, of Portsmouth, and Margaret Brown, of Windsor; godmother, Jane Briggs, of Suffolk; godsisters, Selecia McMillian, of Suffolk, Melissa Boone, of Portsmouth; godbrother, Kevin Williams; special great-niece, Solim Kodom, of South Carolina, whom DJ loved and treated as a l’il sister; best friends, Phillip Khodenko, of Suffolk, Jayquan Watson, of Philadelphia, Pa., DeAntonio Turner, Scott Holland, of Suffolk; his special coach (Little League football Titans), Orlando Turntime (Angie), of Suffolk, Coach Calvin Frazier (basketball — Pacers); and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

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A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 31, 2014, at Metropolitan Baptist Church officiated by Dr. Robert L. Hobbs. Interment will be in Carver Memorial Cemetery. Visitation with the family will be held on Friday, May 30, 2014, from 6 to 7 p.m. at Crocker Funeral Home, all other times at 703 Eric Court, Suffolk. Condolences may be extended to the family at www.crockerfuneralhome.com.