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Scott Thomas Prince

Birth
Carthage, Panola County, Texas, USA
Death
10 Aug 1990 (aged 35)
Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, USA
Burial
Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown
Memorial ID
60631777 View Source

Scott Thomas Prince, 35, of Lansing, Michigan, died on Friday, August 10, following a lengthy illness. Memorial services were conducted in Martin Luther Chapel at Michigan State University in Lansing on Monday, August 13, with the Rev. Christopher Prince officiating.

A native of Carthage, he was preceded in death by his parents, Dr. Kenneth Carl Prince and Doris Wubbena Prince. He was a graduate of Centenary College of Louisiana and the Institute of Sacred Music of Yale University. He had served as minister of Music at Plymouth Congregational Church in Lansing; as organist-choirmaster at Martin Luther Chapel at Michigan State University; and was currently employed at Willingham and Cote Law Firm of Lansing. He was a member of the American Guild of Organists and of the Association of Anglican Musicians.

He is survived by one brother, Rev. Christopher Prince of Hempstead; two sisters, Becky Bunyard of Carthage and Leslie Copeland of Shreveport, La.; two nieces and a nephew.

Published in The Panola Watchman (Carthage, TX), August 19, 1990

Scott Thomas Prince, 35, of Lansing, Michigan, died on Friday, August 10, following a lengthy illness. Memorial services were conducted in Martin Luther Chapel at Michigan State University in Lansing on Monday, August 13, with the Rev. Christopher Prince officiating.

A native of Carthage, he was preceded in death by his parents, Dr. Kenneth Carl Prince and Doris Wubbena Prince. He was a graduate of Centenary College of Louisiana and the Institute of Sacred Music of Yale University. He had served as minister of Music at Plymouth Congregational Church in Lansing; as organist-choirmaster at Martin Luther Chapel at Michigan State University; and was currently employed at Willingham and Cote Law Firm of Lansing. He was a member of the American Guild of Organists and of the Association of Anglican Musicians.

He is survived by one brother, Rev. Christopher Prince of Hempstead; two sisters, Becky Bunyard of Carthage and Leslie Copeland of Shreveport, La.; two nieces and a nephew.

Published in The Panola Watchman (Carthage, TX), August 19, 1990


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