Brother Roger M. Scott was born on February 2, 1929, in St. Paul, Minnesota. He entered the Chapter Eternal on November 2, 2021.

Roger attended his freshman year at University of Minnesota and was moving to Seattle when he was drafted into the Korean War.

After his return from the War, he attended College of Puget Sound where he met his wife, Jane. Roger and Jane were married for 59 years.

On campus, Roger was involved with the Central Board (the governing board of the Associated Students organization); Commerce Club; intramural sports; and Interfraternity Council. He was also the campus Daffodil Parade chairman.

Also while at Puget Sound, Roger initiated into Sigma Chi Fraternity at the Delta Phi Chapter. As an undergraduate member, he served as assistant Magister, Magister, social chairman and house manager. Roger remained involved and connected with the Fraternity through the rest of his life, and even served the local house corporation for 40 years.

A memorial service for Roger and Jane was held on Saturday, June 18, 2022, at Gig Harbor Marina & Boatyard in Gig Harbor, Washington.

All honor to his name.

Roger M. Scott, second row, last on right, served on the Central Board, the governing body of the Associated Students of the College of Puget Sound, from 1954 – 1955. (University of Puget Sound, A Sound Past, 3284)
Roger M. Scott, a 1955 graduate, last on right, was a senior class officer. (University of Puget Sound, A Sound Past, 3281)
Roger M. Scott is seen with Joyce Tyler; Diane Colwell; Roberta Elson, who was crowned 1955 Sweetheart; Lynn Green, the 1954 Sweetheart; Marilyn Lyons; and Elaine Fletcher following the Sweetheart coronation. (University of Puget Sound, Tamanawas 1955, Pg. 148)
Roger M. Scott’s profile in the Seniors section of the 1955 Tamanawas yearbook lists his major and undergraduate activities. (University of Puget Sound, Tamanawas 1955, Pg. 35)
Roger M. Scott and his brothers’ portraits. (University of Puget Sound, Tamanawas 1955, Pg. 149)