John Rhodes Scott ’60 of Delmar, N.Y., physician dedicated to improving the health of children, died February 12, 2007. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Medical School, he had retired from the practice of pediatric radiology. At Davidson, he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. During his 25 years on the staff of the Albany Medical Center, he contributed immeasurably to improving the health of thousands of infants and young children. He passed away Monday after a courageous four-year fight against lymphoma and melanoma. He loved outdoor activities, a passion he shared and participated in with his two sons. He was a member of the RPI Model Railroad Club and greatly enjoyed constructing buildings and structures to be used in the elaborate RPI model railroad. He took pride in the beautiful private Japanese garden he created. Survivors include his beloved wife, Gail, 26 Fernbank Ave., Delmar, N.Y. 12054-4032; devoted sons, Tim and Ted; his loving stepchildren, Amy Scarlett and Jody Mills; his siblings, Ted, Howard and Marianne Scott Pitner; three grandchildren; and former wife, Julie.