Scott Wesley Maynard |

Scott Wesley Maynard

In loving memory of Scott Wesley Maynard, who passed away in Carbondale from natural causes on Feb. 12, 2010. He was 49.

Scott was born in Logan, W.Va. on April 5, 1960. His mother and step father, Glenna and Buford “Boo” Lusk moved their family to Carbondale in the 60’s. He attended Roaring Fork High School. In 1977 and ’78 were both memorable years for #65, since the Rams were State Champions both years and Scott was declared MVP. The avid hunter spent every October scouting for the perfect Elk. Boo had him hunting and fishing as soon as he could hold a rifle or a pole. He worked at Mid-Continent, City of Aspen and Carbondale. He’d say, “I’m not a laborer, I’m an operator.”

He is survived by, his loving mother (who he adored), Glenna (she will miss her little boy); sister, Tina; brothers, Phillip (JoEllen), Lawrence (Gina), Roger (Linda), Greg; beloved aunt, Joe (Dot) Sos; beloved niece, Mariane; friends, the Manzanares’, Welch’s, Gross’s and so many more aunts, uncles and friends will miss that affectionate smile that was instantly contagious.

Donations to be made to Scott Maynard memorial fund at the American Legion, where the memorial service will be held on Feb. 20., 2010 at 3 p.m.

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