Donald Scott JR Obituary, Death Cause – Donald was one of the most charitable student leaders at Winthrop, and he was always willing to provide a hand and serve the community, both in and around Winthrop. His friends, his brothers in the fraternity, and his family all held a very significant place in his life. His friendly smile and constant presence on our campus will be sorely missed. — Kinyata Adams Brown, who is serving as the assistant dean of engagement, diversity, and inclusive excellence.
On May 22, the life of a student at Winthrop University who was a student leader and majored in sport management was cut short by death. Donald Jaylen Scott Jr., a senior from Blythewood, South Carolina, was a very involved brother in the Psi Kappa chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. According to his friends, he was a young guy who put a lot of effort into everything he did, especially his fraternity.
Kinyata Adams Brown, associate dean of engagement, diversity, and inclusive excellence, remarked that Donald was “one of the kindest student leaders who was always willing to help and serve in the Winthrop and local community.” “Donald was one of the kindest student leaders who was always willing to help and serve in the Winthrop and local community,” Since the spring of 2021, he had been an active participant in the Psi Kappa chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity as a dedicated member.
Before moving on to his current position, Scott served as a member of the student staff in the DiGiorgio Campus Center. According to what Brown said, “His family, fraternity brothers, and friends all held a very significant place in his life.” “His friendly smile and constant presence on campus will be sorely missed by all.” In addition, his faculty advisor, Jason Chung, referred to Scott as a “nice and personable student that everyone liked.”
Funeral arrangements are forthcoming. His sorority is organizing a memorial service with candlelight that will take place on Thursday, May 25, at 7 p.m. in the amphitheater on campus, and its members invite members of the Winthrop family and the community to attend.