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Bryant, Alabama: Brandon "Scott" Atterton

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BRYANT, ALABAMA -- Brandon "Scott" Atterton, 23, passed away Wednesday, April 27, 2011.

He was a loving son, brother, and uncle, lifelong resident of Bryant, and was employed by DCH Regional Medical Center. He was a member of Ebenezer Baptist Church. He enjoyed golf, basketball, and sports.

Survivors include his father, Charles (Carlene Messimer) Atterton; mother, Nancy (John Blevins) Atterton; brothers, Brian (Felicia) Atterton, Chance Atterton; grandparents, Paul and Gladys Atterton and Bud (Fran) Hicks; cousins, Amanda Hogan, Jessica Holloway, Dilyn Atterton, Lindsey Nipper; uncle, Kenneth (Tonya) Atterton; aunt, Robin Nipper and Donna Hogan; niece, Alexus Atterton.

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