Clare Augusta Scott Baltimore native, 103

October 08, 1990

Clare Augusta Scott, who lived much of her life in Baltimore, died Thursday of pneumonia at Keswick at the age of 103.

The former Clare Augusta Lurman was born in Baltimore and educated at the Girls' Latin School and the College of Notre Dame of Maryland.

She lived for many years in a family home in Northwest Baltimore, and she also lived in New York and in Ocean Grove, N.J.

Her husband, Charles F. Scott, who died in 1965, founded a consulting firm, Executive Engineers, in New York.

Mrs. Scott is survived by two sons, Donald B. Scott of Baltimore and Charles L. Scott of Elkton; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Private services were planned.

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