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Scott Everett Lawson

October 8, 1963 - May 18, 2022

The intrepid Scott Everett Lawson was born in Nashville, Tennessee on October 8, 1963 and made many places around the world his home.

While Scott studied at Vanderbilt University for a degree in electrical engineering with a minor in computer science, he simultaneously worked as the chief engineer for a start-up company in the new field of medical imaging. His vision and tenacity led him to found Intelligraphics, Inc., one of the first technology companies of the digital age. He became one of the top young technology entrepreneurs in Dallas, Texas with numerous awards for innovation.

Scott was preceded in death by his sister Shannon Fuller; the parents that raised him, Kirby Mooney Lawson, a talented musician and member of the Nashville Symphony Orchestra; and Slick Lawson, a noted photographer. He is survived by his biological father, Del Sawyer, former Dean of the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University, and his three exceptional daughters, Rachel, Sarah, and Isabella Lawson.

Scott was a loving brother, caring father, and a friend to many.  He achieved excellence in everything he did, including as a competitive motorcyclist; road and mountain bike racer; glider pilot; instrument-rated aircraft pilot and instructor; self-taught musician; ultimate traveler and adventurer; and much more. He was a complex man with endless facets to his life.

Scott passed away unexpectedly on May 18th in Plano, Texas. His memorial is the children he loved, the company he founded, and the extraordinary memories he shared with countless people.

Scott’s life will be celebrated at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, June 25, 2022 at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church in Dallas, Texas.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that friends donate in memory of Scott to Camp John Marc, an organization in Texas that shares his passion to heal through adventure.

Scott’s last wishes were that people know he believed and understood the promise God gives to His children in Isaiah 43:1, “Do not fear, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are mine.


 

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Scott was a childhood friend of my Husband Jonathan Miller in Nashville. We were both so graced to have been close to him when he moved to San Francisco. We have had so many lovely adventures together and your presence is sorely missed. You will live on forever in our memories and in the beauty and grace of your beloved daughters. Miss you Brother. Laura Timbrook, July 3, 2022 Scott, you were a wonderful friend to me and to your childhood friend my Husband Jonathan. We treasure the times and fun adventured we had when you were here in San Francisco. You are sorely missed and loved. Goodnight sweet Prince. Laura Timbrook, June 27, 2022 Resa and I knew Scott briefly and was introduced to us through a mutual friend. In life, we encounter people briefly and few make a lasting connection and memory. Scott did both and our hearts and prayers are with his family. We really liked Scott a bundle!! chip and resa mccreary, June 13, 2022 You are a great father and a loving man. You will be missed and you are always in my heart and thoughts. Rest In Peace and Harmony. With peace, Bonnie Bonnie Liang, June 12, 2022 Scott was such a beautiful man and was striving to become even more connected to his Spiritual side. I enjoyed our times together every week and will miss him immensely. Panther Tomarrock , June 11, 2022 With deepest sympathy to Scott's family. His creative and intrepid spirit lives on in the lives of those he touched through the years. Constance Parker Sullivan, June 9, 2022 Scott was always a generous host when employees came to town for meetings. Many fond memories on work trips were made with him driving the energy. My condolences to his family on this tragic loss. Robert Manley, June 8, 2022 Scott, brother you are gone way too soon! You were a complex man with a sensitive soul. I will miss you dearly. My sincerest condolences to your family, may he rest in peace. Karl Wingenbach, June 8, 2022 Scott, you lived your life with a faithfulness to God and your Lord Jesus Christ. May you rest in peace in the Holy Kingdom............John John Ellerman, June 8, 2022 RIP. I'm glad we had the opportunity to meet in this wild world. You will be missed my friend.. James Padilla 
James Padilla, June 8, 2022 May eternal rest be granted to Scott, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Don McCoy, June 8, 2022 Scott, may the Lord surround you with Love and keep you safe forever in His arms. Chris McClung, June 8, 2022 Love you brother... Eric Gilmour, June 8, 2022 To the Lawson family our condolences for your loss. Annette Dunaway, June 7, 2022 I am so sorry to learn of Scott’s passing- he was always so full of life and energy. My sincere condolences to his family and friends. Phillip Kow, June 7, 2022