In Memory

Scott Mundell

Scott MundellBorn in Hockessin, Delaware, Scott graduated from Alexis I. duPont High in 1988. Scott led the swim team to two State Championships and four Conference titles. He capped his Senior year with three Gold medals. Scott was awarded a scholarship to Florida State where he became an All-American Swimmer.

In 1996, while working as a lifeguard in Delray Beach, Florida, Scott won gold medals at the National Lifeguard championships in the 500 meter swim and the Line Pull events. Later that year , Scott was picked as a member of "Team Florida", an Elite group of six Lifeguards who represented Florida in the World Lifesaving Championships in Hawaii. Scott brought his team from fifth during the swim relay to First place passing top swimmers from around the world.

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05/29/08 07:19 AM #1    

Anne Marie Chapman (Simons)

I am so saddened by this news. Arrgh.

I found a really touching memorial piece about Scott & thought I'd share:

God bless.

06/11/08 12:14 PM #2    

Kelly Cleaver (Jones)

I am saddened by the news of Scotts passing. Scott was a gifted man and a great swimmer. I can still see him gliding through the water with the grace, skill and speed of a dolphin. God Bless You Scott forever in our hearts.

11/04/08 09:40 PM #3    

Annie DiBiaso (Vola)

Well, I had a long long dating relationship and friendship with Scott Mundell. After about 8-9 years of on/off dating, Scott became one of my best friends in the world. I echo everything our friend Marty said on Scott's Memorial Website. I think of him often and feel so blessed to have known him and his family. Scott has touched so many people's lives including my own and my family's. Maybe it is true, "Only the Good Die Young", maybe he just "got life" and didn't have anything more to learn.

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