DeCarlos Roosevelt Scott was born September 9th, 1968 In South Bend, Indiana to Veronica (Pigee) Collins and Lavance Charles Williams. He graduated from Arlington High School in Indianapolis and then enlisted in the United States Navy where he proudly served his country with honors for 7 years.
DeCarlos was a man of many talents and was not afraid to let them shine. From being a master on the basketball court to showing off his vocals in the studio. DeCarlos formed a singing group with his brother, Priest, and co-wrote the most played song on the local artist radio show. This song went 14 weeks in a role at No. 1. and then turned around and co-produced another song with his other brother, Darmon Bond which became the summer's local jam for everyone.
DeCarlos R. Scott of 2021 Miami st died Wednesday in his home of natural causes. DeCarlos is survived by his mother; and his six brothers: Darmon (Laverne) Bond, Priest (Danielle) Pigee) Pittman, Randy, of Swainsboro, Georgia, Charles Levon Williams of Tallahassee, Florida, Christopher Clark of South Bend, Jamaull Bond of California; four sisters: Judy VanHouten, Linda VanHouten, Elizabeth Clark of South Bend and Stephanie Moore of California; three non-paternal brothers: Shawn Pittman, Anthony Pittman, Patrick Harman; one non-paternal sister, Tisha Perry Pittman. His favorite cousin, Chris William (his 'ride-or-die'). His favorite niece, Aailyah Pigee-Pittman; and his non-paternal father, Albert Skippy Bond; his favorite uncle, Eugene Williams (Betty). His three childhood favorite cousins: Steve Henry, George Maher, and Tamia Maher Fennesse; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and other beloved family members and friends who will cherish his memory.
Preceding him in death is his father, Lavance Charles Williams; grandmothers: Clara L.Pigee, Mary Pittman and Vivian Bond; sister, Chanel Tate; two brothers: Andre Pittman and Tyron Pittman; grandfather, John L. Berry and Benjamin Pittman Sr.; and father, Benjamin A. Pittman (Jackie).
Many loved DeCarlos and he will be remembered for his big heart and loving spirit. He enjoyed making everyone laugh and his smile would light up any room. He had a great love for his nieces and nephews and would do whatever he could to help them.
His favorite quote:
I’ll kill a brick and Drown a glass a water for my family…
DeCarlos R. Scott
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