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Scott B. Loll

Thousand Oaks, CA

Scott B. Loll passed away March 17, 2018 at Los Robles Hospital surrounded by his family. Scott faced Parkinson's disease with dignity, grace, and humor. He was always grateful for the support and kindness he received from so many people in the community.

Born August 8, 1945 to Leo and Kay Loll in Ogden, Utah. He graduated from Bronxville HS in NY with state honors in multiple sports, but at 6' 7" his love was basketball. He went on to play basketball at Syracuse University and later joined his family in Fairbanks, Alaska where he played basketball for the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Scott's college degree and life's work was in communications. He started his career in radio and went on to become sports editor of the Anchorage Times. At this same time he volunteered to start the men's basketball program at the University of Alaska, Anchorage. He later worked as Recreation Superintendent for the Municipality of Anchorage. In 1981 he accepted a job with ARCO in Los Angeles facilitating their involvement with the 1984 LA Olympic Games. Most of his career he was Director of External Affairs for ARCO working in public relations and crisis communication. He was a respected expert in the field of crisis communication. Scott was known as a team builder, a man of integrity, an invaluable mentor, and a highly respected boss. Scott returned to Alaska to work for the University of Alaska, Anchorage assisting the University Relations team and became Acting Assistant Vice Chancellor. In the community Scott coached CYBA and volunteered as the freshman basketball coach at Thousand Oaks High School.

Scott's family, friends, and colleagues will always remember his knack for telling riveting stories. With his clever wit and sense of humor anyone who talked with Scott walked away with a smile. Scott considered his best role in life being a husband, father, and grandfather. He was passionate about golf, photography, music, college sports, and especially March Madness.

Scott will be missed by his wife of 48 years, Mary, daughter, Heather Ellis and her husband Spencer, and grandson Charlie; son, Chris Loll and his wife Janice, and grandchildren Mason and Scarlett. He is survived by his sisters Pam, Kristen, Jan, and many nieces and nephews.

Funeral Mass will be celebrated Saturday, April 7, 12:30 p.m. at St. Julie Billiart Catholic Church, 2475 Borchard Rd, Newbury Park. A reception will follow at approximately 2:00 p.m. at California Lutheran University Gilbert Sports Center in the Lundring Event Center, 130 Overton Ct, Thousand Oaks.

In lieu of flowers, please consider in Scott's honor a donation to

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