Scott Parker, COSMOD, then early Uplines crew.

Discussion in 'Reconnecting with Old Friends' started by DanLocke, Sep 22, 2011.

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  1. DanLocke

    DanLocke Patron with Honors

    Hello there.

    Scott Parker and I became friends when he was staff in Portland at the mission and I was staff at the Portland Org in the 70's.

    Good guy. Used to be good pals with (friendly-guy-who-I-think-is-still-involved) Brian Andrus.

    I forgot when he joined the SO. I met him when I was the D of P at ASHO D somewhere between 83 and 85. He bought some auditing after having been uplines and routing out. I forget, was GOLD already named GOLD at that time?

    Shortly after he bought the auditing he refunded. I unsuccessfully attempted to handle him.

    Lost touch completely. I am not finding him looking through friends of friends on facebook.

    I imagine he would be in his 50's today. When I knew him in his 20's and 30's he was blonde, wore his hair kind of long and parted in the middle. Sometimes moustached.

    As I recall he wanted his money back to buy guitars and music equipment. At the time I could not believe what I was hearing.

    Now, I think, "how cool"!

    Anyone, any clues?
     
  2. Smurf

    Smurf Gold Meritorious SP

    That was such a long time ago. Brian & Donna are still very much involved in the "church".. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1310443864

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    Brian, middle, was awarded Regional Broker of the Year in commercial real estate by some entity last May.
     
  3. DanLocke

    DanLocke Patron with Honors

    I knew that he was, up to a few years ago at least. I hold no grudge about people who stay in. I think it is only a matter of time... I mainly referenced his name in hopes that it would jog someone's memory of Scotty.
     
  4. rebned

    rebned Patron

    I am late to the game here but Scott Parker died a few years ago. I heard this from my cousin who talked to his brother. Scott had been married to my sister back in the day.
     

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