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Scott William Imray

December 20, 1955 — May 8, 2024

Jacksonville, FL

Scott William Imray

Dr. Scott W. Imray, DMD, age 68, passed into the arms of Jesus on May 8, 2024 after a valiant 14 month fight with brain cancer.

Scott is survived by a loving family: wife of 44 years, Rose (Kues) Imray; daughters, Robin (Michael) Maushart and Stephanie Forbes; sisters, Caryl (Steve Donahue) Culbertson and Dina (Duane) Howell; in-laws, Jeanne Kues, Jack (Kim) Kues, Ray Kues, Julie (Rich) Bruzina, Joe (Patty) Kues;  grandchildren, Addison, Grant & Levi Maushart. Scott is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.

Scott retired as a Captain from the Navy as an Oral Surgeon. He then set up his three successful practice locations in the Jacksonville area. He was a dedicated, compassionate and outstanding Oral Surgeon, and enjoyed donating many hours to dental free clinics. Scott was Past President for the Jacksonville Dental Society, Past President for Westside Rotary, and served on the board of FSCJ’s dental program. Scott was an avid golfer, University of Kentucky basketball fan and travel buff with family and friends.

He was a devout Catholic, was blessed with a loving family and friends who shared his cancer journey with prayers, visits, and love. We are blessed to have amazing caregivers, who showed nothing but love while taking care of Scott through his final breaths. We were also blessed with exceptional care from the doctors and staff at MD Anderson/Baptist Medical Hospital.

Scott was predeceased by many family members who were certainly lined up to greet him in heaven with the angels, especially his mother, Marilyn Kiechler.

A Mass of Christian burial will be held at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 2400 Mayport Road, May 17, 2024 at 10am. A reception and celebration of life will follow in the church hall. Internment will be at a later date at the National Cemetery for the immediate family. Donations may be made in lieu of flowers to St. Johns the Baptist Church or Waves of Gray for brain cancer research.

The family is grateful for the many prayers and acts of kindness that helped us all through his heroic cancer battle. In honor of Scott’s love for the University of Kentucky, we know he’d smile to see attendees at his funeral mass in Kentucky blue.!/donation/checkout

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