Scott Seator Foundation
In September of 1996, we lost a beloved friend when Scott Seator passed away following a two-year battle with cancer.
From late 1991 until his passing, Scott served as the Midland Angels Director of Communications. During that time, much of his work centered around kids. Scott was the heart and soul of our "Grand Slam Program," which touched the lives of literally thousands of elementary school children in the Permian Basin.
Throughout his battle with cancer (ironically, Scott suffered from a form of cancer usually found only in children), Scott's apartment and hospital room were adorned with "get well" wishes from the kids whose lives he had touched.
To those of us who knew and loved him, Scott will always be part of the Angels (now Rockhounds) family. There is no better nor more fitting way to honor our friend than through a foundation that funds youth-oriented programs. Because kids were so much a part of Scott's heart and life; kids are what the Scott Seator Foundation is all about.
All contributions are tax deductible, and should be directed to the following address:
SCOTT SEATOR AWARD WINNERS
|1991||Lee Velarde||Midland Angels Groundskeeper|
|1992||Bill Williams||Bill Williams Tire Center|
|1993||Chuck Swallow||City of Midland|
|1994||Doc Dodson||Midland High School|
|1995||Delnor Poss||Midland College|
|1996||Ted Battles||Midland Reporter-Telegram|
|1997||Randy Velarde||MLB / Midland Lee HS|
|1998||Don Thorn||Ector County Coliseum|
|1999||Jack Stephenson||Midland High Basketball|
|John Parchman||Midland Lee Football|
|2000||Ken Marks||Scharbauer Sports Complex|
|Christi Dupriest||Scharbauer Sports Complex|
|2001||John Wilkins||Odessa Permian Football|
|2002||Bobby Burns||Scharbauer Sports Complex|
|2003||Brad Swendig||COM Aquatics|
|2004||Freddy & Virginia Ezell||Midland United Girls Softball|
|2006||Johnny Oldham||Jackalopes Youth Hockey|
|2007||Kevin Shelburne||Midland Soccer Association|
|2008||Davis Corley||MISD Athletic Director|
|2010||Ron Jones||Midland College Basketball|
|2013||Gary Gaines||Permian High School|
|2014||Greg McClendon||Midland Christian|