Notices sorted by graduation date.
Joshua James Scott (Col ’00 L/M) of Charlottesville died Jan. 3, 2020. A first-generation college student, he attended UVA on a full scholarship and was a leader in the University Guide Service, Residence Life, and the Z Society, among other organizations. Classmates chose him to live in the Augustus S. Blagden “Good Guy” Room on the Lawn. Even before graduation, he had immersed himself in the world of Virginia politics. Over the course of his career, Mr. Scott worked for the late state Sen. Emily Couric, at the UVA Center for Politics, and in the development office for the UVA Emily Couric Cancer Center. Most recently, he served as the vice president for development at the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, which owns and operates Monticello. He was proud of his role in preserving Monticello for generations to come. Survivors include his wife, Anne Iverson Vest Scott (Col ’00, Educ ’03 L/M), and his brother-in-law, Dudley Cabell Vest (Arch ’97, Arch ’99 L/M).