Scot P. Johnson, 60
Scot P. Johnson passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Nov. 10. He was 60 years old.
The Swampscott native had owned Monte Carlo Productions and spent years advocating for the developmentally disabled and coaching for the Special Olympics. Scot was an avid lover of music and sports. He spent 23 years as Commissioner of his fantasy football league, winning a whopping one title.
Scot loved to spend time with his three girls, his “Pride and Joy”, Alissa, Kayla, and Paige Johnson. He shared many memories at the infamous Camp Sparkle with his loving siblings, Nancy Johnson, Beth Bracken, Amy Wile and her husband Jim, Tod Johnson and his wife Marcia Musgrave and the late Glen David Johnson. Scot was a family man who always made Christmas a special time, planning shows and skits with his beloved nieces and nephews, Travis, Jamie, Lucas, Carly, Devon, Erin and Leo.
Scot embodied a sense of great pride like his late Father Lt. Col. Leo Johnson, and a kindness reminiscent of his late mother Margaret (Langford) Johnson. His sarcastic sense of humor and strong personality will be missed.
Service information: Friends and family are invited to celebrate Scot’s life at The Knights of Columbus, 17 Relay Yard, Nahant, from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 17. A short remembrance ceremony will be held at 6 p.m. In lieu of flowers the family asks for donations via Go Fund Me to “PML Research in Memory of Scot J.” ( https://www.gofundme.com/scotjohnson).