On The Anniversary of Stuart Scott’s Death, His Daughters Pay Tribute To His Legacy

We lost our father January 4th 2015. To the rest of the world, he was , the breakthrough ESPN broadcaster with time-tested catch phrases and tremendous confidence, passion, knowledge, and creativity. To us, he was the man we called “Dad” and our Sunday morning pancake maker. Our ordinary life was a compilation of extraordinary moments. (ESSENCE)


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On The Anniversary of Stuart Scott’s Death, His Daughters Pay Tribute To His Legacy

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