SCOTT – Ian (Jim)

Born on June 27, 1957. Passed away January 14, 2021.

Passed away suddenly on Thursday the 14th of January 2021, aged 63 years. Son of Jack and Margaret (both dec). Brother and brother-in-law to Jeanette, Ray (dec) and Helen, Bob and Sharon, Barry and Vicki. Loved partner of Pauline. Much loved uncle to Erin (Ernie), Tim and Brodie, Megan, Michael, Kellie, Jesse. Great uncle to Marley and River.


You were someone special,

Someone good and true,

You will never be forgotten,

We thought the world of you.





Funeral Notice
Latrobe Valley Funeral Services Traralgon Chapel 260 Princes Highway , TraralgonView Map
The Funeral Service and Committal for Cremation for Mr. Ian (Jim) Scott will be held at Latrobe Valley Funeral Services Chapel, 260 Princes Highway Traralgon on MONDAY (January 25, 2021) commencing at 10.00 am.

This Service will also be live streamed, to view the live stream, click here.
  1. Jim you have left us with many memories, all of them bring a smile. Great times had at Bermagui around the fire pit on many a night.
    Fair winds and following seas. Forever remembered fondly.
    Craig & Monica Tanian xxx

    Monica Tanian January 19, 2021
  2. Gone to soon.
    May the seas be claim for you.

    Eddie Wright January 22, 2021
  3. It was always great to see Jim at Bermagui and have a catch up and a chat. Sharing his fishing stories with Bob was always a highlight. You will be missed, no longer in our life to share, but always in our memories.
    To Jim’s family and friends, our hearts go out to you after this sudden loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Mark & Monique. Gus and Greta. Grant & Carolyn

    Mark, Monique, Gus, Greta, Grant, Carolyn January 24, 2021
  4. We are a small group of friends who have become family with a very special common interest, which is a love of a very special place called Bermagui, and to us the Scott’s are a part of our Bermagui family. Whether it was keeping Jimmy a safe distance from our late night fires back in the 80s while having a beer or 10 at the end of another great day, or having a cuppa with him on the verandah of his van and having a chat about boats or fishing or anything that popped up Jim was never too busy to say Gday and have a chin wag. We all loved Jim dearly and we will miss him every day, and to us Jim will always be a part of this very special place called Bermagui.
    The Browns, The Brooks’s and The Arnold’s

    Greg Arnold January 24, 2021
  5. Through out life there are a handful of friends that have a great influence on you while growing up, and you were one of them Scotty. From the late nights we spent in your shed building your bike or going for a ride or just chilling out having a beer. It’s a shame that time and cercumstances drift us apart but you were never forgotten. Always remembered Bill Sinclair RIP Scotty.

    Bill Sinclair January 24, 2021
  6. His friendship and knowledge will be missed by those left behind.
    To Bob and family, condolences

    Gary Rickwood January 25, 2021