Scott was born April 6, 1936 in Sheridan, Wyoming to Lemuel and Bernice McIntosh. He spent much of his youth in the mountains trout fishing, which became his greatest passion. After high school, he joined the Navy and was a naval photographer on the FDR ship. He was a recruit in the drum and bugle corps. After his service, he moved to New York and attended broadcasting school. He then moved to Wisconsin Rapids and worked at WFHR radio station for 20 years. He was a popular radio personality and had his own outdoor living program. He moved to Madison where he worked at WLVE loves stereo for 10 years until it sold, where he met his wife Mary Ellen, together they moved to Waupaca where he worked at King veteran home as a cook for 10 years until he retired. Scott was a former member of the American Rifle Association, Outdoor Writers Association of America, Wisconsin Outdoor Communications Association, and the Association of the Great Lakes writers. His hobbies included photography, boating with his family, cooking creatively using no recipes, fishing, camping and canoeing with his wife and family. He loved animals and nature. He fought with all his might to be able to make it out on the stream with his best friend Cliff Borden for the 40th year anniversary trip of the Borden trout opener. His legacy. He passed knowing the trip will live on through the Borden boys, whom he loved as if they were his own children.
He is survived by his wife Mary Ellen; his children, Kelly, Christopher, and Dawn McIntosh; stepchildren, Michelle and John Jay Schwoegler; grandchildren, Heather Pulvermacher, Cayla Rooney, Dayne Imhoff and his great granddaughter Caydan Rooney. Besides his parents, he is preceded in death by his in-laws Charles and Florence Koshelnick (Watertown), stepdaughter Cam Marie Schwoegler and sister-in-law Janet Meyer.
A private memorial service will be held July 29th with Chaplain Kevin Haworth officiating. Holly Funeral Home will handle arrangements.
The family would like to think Marshfield Clinic Cancer center, Dr. Onitilo and staff, St. Michael’s Hospital and staff and Southern care hospice for all their professional care and kindness.