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Scott William Creasy

April 27, 1959 ~ October 6, 2018 (age 59)

Scott William Creasy passed away peacefully after a determined fight with

adenocarcinoma of the small bowel on October 6th, in Pittsboro, NC.

Scott was born in Berwick, Pennsylvania on April 27, 1959, to Doyle and

Kathryn Creasy. Scott is survived by his wife, Lynne of Chapel Hill, NC; his

son and daughter in law, Timothy and Jasmin Creasy of Nashville,

Tennessee; his daughter and son in law, Alexandra and Aaron Buda, and

their children, Charlotte Ann and William Scott Buda of Raleigh, North

Carolina; his brother and sister in law David and Mary Creasy of Berwick,

Pennsylvania; his sister Jennifer Miller and her wife Malissa Miller, of

Centerville, Utah.

Scott was raised in Berwick, Pennsylvania. After receiving his A.A. degree

in Forestry from Penn State University, he moved to the Washington, D.C.

area. He and Lynne were married on May 21st, 1983, they then moved to

Norfolk, Virginia, where Scott received his B.S. in Geography and

International Resources from Old Dominion University. They returned to

the D.C. area and started their family. Scott went to work with CSC in

October 1988 and enjoyed a long, successful career with the company,

until he retired in October of 2017. Alongside his outstanding career, he

went on to receive his MBA from Averett University. His work took him and

his family to Golden, Colorado; Unionville, Pennsylvania; Cary, North

Carolina; Zurich, Switzerland; Copenhagen, Denmark; Falls Church,

Virginia; and Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where they finally settled down.

Scott had an infectious personality that was felt by all who knew or met

him. His heart was gentle and kind. He had an unwavering love for his

family and could remedy anything with kind words, advice, or his enormous

sense of humor. He took pride in being a father and grandfather, always

cooking for his family and keeping his home stocked with everyone’s

favorite things. He loved to share his passions and interests with his family,

but also took the same interest in others loves and hobbies. Scott, Lynne

and their family, took advantage of his many opportunities at work to travel

the world.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations are made to the National

Park Foundation in honor of Scott William Creasy.

Condolences may be made at www.donaldsonfunerals.com

Donaldson Funeral Home & Cremation is honored to serve the Creasy family.


Donations may be made to:

National Park Foundation
1110 Vermont Ave, NW, Suite 200, Washington, D.C. 20005 WA 20005
Web: https://www.nationalparks.org/


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