Dennis R Scott

April 2nd, 1949 to March 19th, 2024

Dennis Scott, 74, of Port Huron, known for his passion for pub sports, his love of animals, and his deep connections with his family, passed away Tuesday, March 19, 2024 surrounded by loved ones.

Born on April 2,1949, in Port Huron, to the late Francis and Elizabeth Scott, Dennis lived life to the fullest, finding joy in every moment and leaving a lasting impact on all who knew him. He had a natural talent for pub sports, whether it was sinking a winning shot in pool, hitting the bullseye in darts, or rolling a perfect strike on the bowling alley.

Away from the pub, Dennis found solace and companionship in his beloved animals, who brought him endless joy and comfort throughout the years. His compassion for animals knew no bounds, and he was always quick to lend a helping hand to furry friends in need.

Above all else, Dennis' heart belonged to his cherished daughter, with whom he shared a bond that was unbreakable and unconditional. Theirs was a relationship built on love, laughter, and a shared understanding that brought light into each other's lives.

In addition to his daughter, Kim and son-in-law, Dave Leslie, Dennis leaves behind his grandchildren, Ashley (Tyler) Clinkscales and Tanner (Kailyn) Leslie; great granddaughters, Amelia and Elowyn; sister, Sue (Dave) Falan; nephew, Geno Deanda; special friend, Karen Watzek; and lifelong friend, Michael T. Loxton, whose presence brought him immeasurable joy and companionship over the years. Their friendship was a testament to the enduring power of loyalty and camaraderie.

Dennis will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him, but his legacy of love, laughter, and friendship will continue to inspire and uplift us for years to come.

A graveside service will be held at 11:30 a.m. Monday, March 25, 2024 at the Woodland Cemetery Columbarium, Port Huron Township, where friends and family will gather to share stories and celebrate the remarkable life of a truly extraordinary man. Deacon Dennis Crimmins will officiate.

The family prefers memorials be made to St. Clair County Animal Control, honoring his passion for animals and ensuring that his legacy of compassion lives on.

Arrangements are by Pollock-Randall Funeral Home. To send condolences, visit

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