Scott Bankston Talbott
(1989 - 2003)

Profile:
Scott Bankston Talbott

Birth:
July 19, 1989

Passing:
August 3, 2003


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Scott Bankston Talbott was 14 years old when he passed away at his home in Glenwood, MD. His parents are Deb and Stan Talbott.

Scott was involved at the time of his death in the Boy Scouts of America Troop 72. He loved to play baseball on county leagues, play cards like Rummy with his Mom and win every time. Camping with the Scouts was one of his favorite things especially making campfires. He was totally involved in the planning, setup and day to day Boy Scout leadership of the Cub Scouts activities for 2 Howard County Cub Scout Day Camps directed by his Mom.

Scott was about to be Home Schooled for 8th grade the first time by his Mom Deb. He previously attended 6th and 7th grades at Glenwood, Middle School, 3rd-5th grades at Triadelphia Ridge Elementary School and Kindergarten through 2nd grade at Bushy Park Elementary School.

Scott had suffered from Asthma, Sleep Apnea, and many visits to the hospital for treatment of those.

The winter before he passed away Scott was snowboarding down Glenelg High School's hill and dislocated and broke his wrist. His Mom broke her wrist 2 weeks later and we had Red and Blue casts together.

Willow Brooke Saunders was Scotty's most favorite person outside of his family. She was 7 years younger than he. Scotty rescued Willow many times from the rough treatment of her brother Christopher. Scotty always thought Christopher was one of his two best friends. The other was John Deavers. John was always the best friend Scotty could have ever had.

Jim and June Saunders became Scotty's 2nd set of Godparents when he was baptized at Faith Community Church at 6 years old. Jim and June always included Scotty in all of their family get togethers. Scotty actually built some of the addition onto their house in Dayton, MD under the direction of Jim.

Scotty's most important daycare provider for 2 1/2 yrs.(1 & 1/2-4 years old) was Mrs. Donna Eythchison and her husband Joe (Monster).
His first caregiver was MumMum in Savage, MD She cared for Scotty from 3 months old until he was 1 1/2. He adored his caregivers and was very happy and especially loved and cared for by these wonderful ladies.



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I went to Tridelphia with Scott. I remember he invited me to some birthday party or something in 5th grade. I made up some sort of excuse at the time. My parents were going through a divorce and I was just very nervous. I had some guilt later on. We usually talked here and there but I think at the time Ryan was his best friend. I ended up going to a different middle school. I do remember him wearing his Boy Scout uniform every now and then. It's a shame what happened to him.
Douglas
July 22nd, 2015
I went to elementary school with Scott. I still think about him from time to time. Such a tragedy. I hope people will learn to be kinder one day.
Meghan
May 15th, 2014
This is the memorial I set up for Scott Bankston Talbott. To sign the guest book, click on the "Sign Guest Book" button below.
Deborah Talbott
September 23rd, 2010
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"Mom had to start a new memorial for you now that you are 21 since the other one seems to have disappeared after 7 years. I love you sweet man."
Mommy Talbott
September 23rd, 2010

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