Scott Campbell Solomson passed away August 14, 2017. Scott was born on July 16, 1990. Over his 27 years, his family and friends recognized him as the kindest, most patient and sincere person they knew. His integrity and moral compass were stellar, and he left a lasting impact on the lives of those around him. Scott was the grandson of the deceased Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Hungerford, Jr, and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Solomson. He left a wake of people who loved him dearly, including his parents, Jeffrey and Molly Solomson, his sister, Allison Hungerford Solomson, his brother Robert Nathaniel Solomson, his special friend, Ting Zhang, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Scott went to Freeman High School, and graduated from VCU with an Information Systems degree. He was very gifted with technology, and starting building his own computers at a young age. Scott was working for Freddie Mac in Tysons, VA as a software developer. There will be a memorial service and reception for Scott starting at 10:30am on Saturday, August 19, 2017, at the Virginia Historical Society at 428 N. Boulevard, Richmond, VA.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to either the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (afsp.org) or Albemarle- Charlottesville NAACP (Albemarle-CvilleNAACP.org). Scott’s parting message was, “Everyone has the capacity to love!” Please do.