I will always have the signed $1000 bill to remember him by. Only met the man once but I could easily see why he was loved by many.
Very well stated! I was thinking about Scott and those thieves this morning while doing some of the drills I learned from him. I hope those thieves get the justice they deserve.May nothing but the absolutely worst of luck follow and haunt the thieves who stole Scott’s cues their remaining days.
Scott invested a lot of time, effort and money creating his collection only to have it snatched away just like his life was.
This is really a tragedy beyond one’s initial impressions. He touched so many lives and conducted himself with grace &
dignity despite some of the antics that came up around these parts. Nope, he was a class act and he’s hard to replace.
Very sad and surprising news. I haven’t been on the forum for a week as my dad passed away on Monday and it’s been a busy week. Scott couldn’t have been much over 70?Long time renowned instructor and friend to many, Scott Lee, has passed away from his battle with cancer.
he will be sorely missed.
"Playing pocket billiards is not about gambling. It's about competitive spirit, a desire for excellence, and having fun!" ~~ Scott Lee .
Scott Lee, pool instructor extraordinaire, has passed away. He had a brief battle with cancer. He was always kind to me in our exchanges. He will be missed by so many, I know. May he rest in eternal peace.
Scott Lee has been playing pocket billiards for more than 40 years, and teaching professionally since 1977. He has been a PBIA Certified Instructor since the inception of the program. Beginning in 1995, striving to change the image of pool, Scott has toured 8-9 months of the year, with his Traveling College of Billiard Knowledge shows, entertaining and teaching audiences at colleges, universities, military bases and poolrooms everywhere! -Jennie AnnView attachment 609590