Captain Scott Eseman
Navy Captain Scott Eseman passed away on July 11, 2019, of a heart attack. Scott graduated from Louisiana Tech in November 1968 and received three masters degrees while on active duty. Scott entered the Navy at NAS Pensacola on January 1969. He was commissioned on April 25 of that year and received his Wings of Gold on
27 February 1970.
In January 1984 Commander Eseman reported for duty as VAW-127’s first Executive Officer. He became Commanding Officer 30 July 1985. After moving to the Villages Scott joined the Military Officer’s Association and The Wings Of Gold Association. Scott was born in Melrose Park, Illinois on March 11 of 1946 to Richard and Betty Eseman. He is survived by Pat, his wife of 50 years, and their son Scott Michael of Currituck, NC. His brother Dick and his wife Lee
Eseman of Citrus Springs. Greg and his wife Linda of Louisiana and sister Janet and husband Gerry Anderson.
Services will be held on Saturday, July 27, 2019, at 11:00 am at Beyers Funeral Home, 134 N Hwy 27/441 Lady Lake FL 32159. Arrangements entrusted to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Lady Lake, FL
CAPT Bob MacDougall
1/14/2020 04:46:02 pm
LCDR Scott Eseman served with me in the Bluetails VAW -121 on IKE with CVW-7 on a 252 day Indian Ocean cruise. At sea for 96 days, then 4 days in Singapore (mostly a blur) and 152 days at sea. A long cruise to be sure. We got 500 flight hours each. As an Ensign I learned a lot from Scott.
Leave a Reply.