LAWRENCEVILLE — Karl Wendall Scott, 73 of Lawrenceville, passed away Tuesday, June 1, 2021. The lives of Walter and Frances Scott were blessed July 28, 1958, with the birth of their oldest son, Karl Wendell Scott, in Jesup. Scott was a member of Mary Grove Missionary Baptist Church where he served faithfully as a Deacon. His favorite song was “God Did It” by Evelyn Turrentine Agee and his favorite bible verse was Jeremiah 29:11, “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future” NIV. Scott served in the United States Army from September of 1983 until June of 1996. His tenure consisted of serving at various duty stations located in Panama, Kentucky, Detroit and Germany. He worked at the United States Postal Service until medically retiring in 2012. It was at this time that he decided to pursue his Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership. He graduated on December 15, 2018, from Point University. Scott was passionate, faithful, hardworking, and hilarious. He rarely ever said no to doing what was asked of him. While it is true he may have complained a bit and joked while doing it, he still got the job done in excellence. Scott loved spending time with his family, discussing the bible, watching sports (football was his favorite sport), and enjoyed grilling. The Raiders were his favorite football team. He was an amazing cook and loved good flavorful food. He was affectionately known as Pooh, Pooh Bear, Scott, and Pop-Pop. Scott was preceded in death by his parents, Walter and Frances Scott; and his brother, Reverend Walter Scott, Jr. He leaves to cherish his memory two daughters, Karla (Earl) Williams of Loganville, Ga., and Teeaira Scott of Kennesaw, Ga.; his son, Randolph (Kenyatta) Scott of Washington D.C.; his grandsons, Karson Williams of Loganville, Ga., Jaxon Scott and Kaleb Scott of Washington D.C.; his sister, Deborah (Zachary) Bailey of Jesup; his uncles, Benjamin (Jean) Scott of Albany, Ga., and Ray Scott of Inkster, Mich.; his aunts, Delores Atterberry, Pemberton, N.J.; Gladys Woodson and Fannie Spinks, both of Albany, Ga.; his nieces, Valerie Lawson of Jesup, Thea Scott of Jacksonville, Fla., and Lydia Scott of Waynesville; his nephew, Garrett Collins, Jr of Tampa, Fla.; great-niece, Kynnedi Lawson and great nephews, Welden Lawson, Jr., Quintin, and Garrett O’Neal, all of Jesup; and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends. A graveside service was held Monday morning, June 7, 2021, at Pendarvis Cemetery in Gardi, Ga.