Tevester Edwin Scott

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Tevester Edwin Scott, affectionately called "Ed" by family and "T. Scott" by friends, transitioned this life to be with the Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on March 12, 2019. He was a good son, devoted brother, loving husband and a proud and doting father. Tevester Edwin was born on January 12, 1966 to Marion Holmes Scott and the late Tevester Scott in Jackson, Mississippi. He was reared in a loving Christian home along with his sister, Athalia. With a strong faith and dedication to God being evident, Tevester accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church. Having a talent for music, he began his life of service sharing his gift of playing the piano. This love for music would continue throughout his life. Educated in the Jackson Public School System, Tevester graduated in 1983 from Callaway High School. While at Callaway, he was recognized and became a prolific trombone player thus earning the title of First Chair. Tevester was also known for his athletic skills in basketball. He attended Mississippi State University. Upon leaving the university, he enlisted in the United States Navy. After his Naval career, he graduated from Southern University and later went on to obtain his degree in Business Administration. He was COO of No Limit Records. He has managed the careers of over twenty artists who have achieved platinum and gold record status. He was the co-owner of Big Truck Records and founder and CEO of TES Enterprises and Rainmakers Entertainment. Tevester was a Lobbyist in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Washington D.C. He served as CEO of "The Famous Theatre" while residing in Baton Rouge. He was also CEO of CUSP1 Business Development. Also, was the Owner/President of AVI Consulting, and worked as a Consultant for Aetna, while residing in Atlanta. He also served as Chairman of the Board for the Northwood Country Club in Lawrenceville, GA. Tevester and wife, Lisa founded Sixty6 Media Group. Tevester was a mentor and a friend to many. Tevester married Lisa on July 21, 2001 and to this union two beautiful children were born. He treasured and adored his children. Tevester Edwin Scott is survived by his devoted wife, Lisa; three loving children, Brandon Scott, Dallas, TX; Tyler and Taylor, Duluth, GA; loving mother, Marion Scott, Jackson, MS; sister, Athalia (Floyd) Hines, Jackson, MS; aunts, Thelma Kinney, Fannie Taylor, and Inez Stuckey; uncle, Levi (Rosetta Scott) all of Jackson, MS; mother-in-law, Andrea Pillow, sister-in-law, Carmen Pillow Smith, Nashville, TN; niece, Cydney Smith, Atlanta, GA, niece/Godchild, Colbye Smith, Nashville, TN; nephews, Floyd Denzel and Darius Hines, Atlanta, GA and Cedric Smith, Denver, CO; devoted cousins, Juan Gordon and Tiffani Cox. The family invites you to join in the Celebration of Life Services on Thursday, March 21, 2019. Visitation begins at 5:00 pm until Celebration at 6:00 pm, Mt. Pilgrim Family Life Center, 9700 Scenic Hwy., Baton Rouge, LA. Services will continue on Saturday, March 23, 2019, Tougaloo College, Woodworth Chapel, 500 County Line Rd., Tougaloo, MS. Visitation begins at 11:00 am until Service at 12:00 pm. Officiant, Pastor Jeffery Stegall, Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church. Services entrusted to Hall Davis and Son. www.halldavisandson.com.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from Mar. 16 to Mar. 23, 2019
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