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MANN, SCOTT NOLAN
MANN, Scott Nolan Scotty, 54, went home to be with his Lord on October 3, 2016. He was preceded in death by his father Eugene and is survived by his wife, Susan; mother and stepfather Norma and Dave Turner; 2 sons from a previous marriage: Caleb Nolan and Brennan Eugene; brother, Victor; and numerous nieces and nephews. Scott and Susan worked together for years and after his divorce moved in together and were married February 14, 2010. Scotty had a very special relationship with his mother, calling her every morning to make sure she was okay. On her birthday, he was always first to call. A small town young man, Scotty was born in Lucedale, Miss. He attended and graduated from George High School in 1980. Born into a family of ironworkers,he became 3rd generation following in his father's footsteps to become a master ironworker. His father was hired on a job in Fla. and as a loyal son, Scotty followed his dad to begin his ironworker education. While in Fla., he met and married his first wife. Scottys father told him that there was real money to me to be made in Calif., so he moved to Southern Calif. and soon after his first son, Caleb, was born. Soon after, his second son Brennan was born. Meanwhile, Scotty was working for LA Ironworkers Local 433, and it didn't take long for Scotty to make a name for himself and became highly sought after. Over the course of 32 years, Scotty became family with the Local 433, gaining the respect of his peers. Scotty could make you laugh until your side split with his Antics. He had a real feel for the iron and leaves behind his extended family of 5000 brothers and sisters who will miss him dearly. I love you my Scotty I will see you in heaven. -Susan

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