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Sandy Scott 1934-2010

Rest in Peace

Sandy Scott passed away on Thursday March 11, 2010 after a tough fight with pancreatic cancer. The Mid-Atlantic Gateway sends its heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Sandy Scott.

 

Memorials can still be made to:

 

We Care Of Franklin County

P.O. Box 396

Rocky Mount VA 24151


 

A Letter From a Childhood Hero

Lamenting the Lost Connections Between

Wrestlers & Fans

by Dick Bourne, Mid-Atlantic Gateway

 

Saying Goodbye to Sandy Scott

By Mike Mooneyham
Charleston Post & Courier

 

Roanoke Times Obituary

Slam! Wrestling Obit by Steve Johnson and Greg Oliver

Mid-Atlantic Grapplin' Greats by Mike Cline

Read Steve Johnson's bio on Sandy for the Hall of Heroes 2008

Mid-Atlantic Gateway Interview 2007

 

Sandy Scott during his interview with the Mid-Atlantic Gateway  -  Summer of 2007

 

 

Gateway Promo Ad for 4/10/10 tribute show.

 

 

  WDBJ-7 News Report in Roanoke VA

Produced by Mid-Atlantic Gateway contributor Thom Brewer

 

Photo collection by Dick Bourne


 

In the last couple of years before his death, Sandy Scott was involved with ACW Wrestling in Rocky Mount VA, helping out behind the scenes creatively and also acting as their "trouble shooter", a role in which he also served in Jim Crockett's Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling and Ted Turner's World Championship Wrestling decades earlier.

Eclipso and all the stars of ACW, along with stars from the NICW and BWC, honored the memory of Sandy at their monthly show in Rocky Mount on 4/10/10. Sandy's wife Sandra, daughter Tracy, and grandson Coleton were in attendance and were recognized.

Sandy's wrestling boots and other memorabilia were in the ring before the show, and the traditional ten bell salute was conducted with Sandy's family before the show. The night featured a great crowd, hot matches, and some Mid-Atlantic wrestling legends who dropped by to pay tribute as well including Jim Nelson, "The Boogie Man" Jimmy Valiant, Don and Rocky Kernodle, Ric McCord, and the voice of World Wide Wrestling Rich Landrum. (Photos by Dick Bourne.)

See photos from Rocky Mount April 10, 2010

 

 

 


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