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Scott Alden Millhouse
  • In lieu of flowers donations suggested in Scott's name to the American Heart Association, 444 Liberty Ave, Suite 1300, Pgh, PA, 15222.

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“My condolences to all of you. I thoroughly enjoyed giving him a hard time when he would stop in hallmark for his dark chocolate non pariel candy!...Read More »
1 of 36 | Posted by: Kathy Morus

“Dear Cindy,I just heard the news about the passing of Scott -- and wanted you & your family to know how much I feel for your loss. I had the...Read More »
2 of 36 | Posted by: Jon Delano - Mt. Lebanon, PA

“Brandon, you and your family have my deepest sympathy. I am so sorry for your loss.Karen McGinley ”
3 of 36 | Posted by: A friend

“Dear Cindy and family,We at Hergenroeder Rega Ewing & Kennedy, LLC offer our sincere condolences. ”
4 of 36 | Posted by: Judy Lauterbach - Pittsburgh, PA

“To Cindy and the rest of the family; I pray that the Lord will provide you all with sufficient grace to endure this sad season of loss and grief,...Read More »
5 of 36 | Posted by: Danlias Howe - Debary, FL

“Sending prayers to the family for their loss. Scott had a great personality and was a joy to work with. He will be greatly missed by all. ”
6 of 36 | Posted by: Brenda Mehgan - Atlanta, GA

“I was one of Scott's paralegals for over 3 years. Scott was an excellent teacher. I learned a lot about the law from him. We had many interesting...Read More »
7 of 36 | Posted by: Myra Magalich - Coworker

“So sorry to hear about Scott. He was a great person and I'm sure he will truly be missed by all. I'm so glad we got to see him recently at DU ”
8 of 36 | Posted by: Peter D'Onofrio - West Chester, PA

“I will miss the thought-provoking conversations we would have between our homes. In a world where politics and religion are taboo subjects, they...Read More »
9 of 36 | Posted by: david ruben - Pittsburgh, PA

“I was saddened to read about the passing of an admired legal colleague and sports friend. Please accept my sincere sympathies. May his memory be a...Read More »
10 of 36 | Posted by: A friend

“Scott was a terrific baseball manager. Scott managed my sons travel team for multiple years. I loved coaching for Scott. Great with the boys, taught...Read More »
11 of 36 | Posted by: Bill Cook - Acquaintance

“I played against Scott while at Prep, in the Glenwood League, and later in the ACBA. Terrific competitor, and a really good guy. Also a top flight...Read More »
12 of 36 | Posted by: Alfred Benedict - New Castle, PA

“I knew Scott as both a legal adversary as well as a friend. He was an excellent lawyer and a nice caring person to me. I know he will be missed by...Read More »
13 of 36 | Posted by: Bruce Gelman - Friend

“Although I haven't seen or talked to Scott for many years, my mind's eye recalls his smile and upbeat attitude! Back in the day, when he was an...Read More »
14 of 36 | Posted by: Diane DeLeo Welsh - Bethel Park, PA

“High school friend and team mate. Sorry for this loss. ”
15 of 36 | Posted by: Tom Szkotnicki


16 of 36 | Posted by: Josie Jasinski - Erie, PA

“I have had many cases with Scott over the years and he was a worthy opponent. Always a straight shooter and I appreciated that...he will be missed...Read More »
17 of 36 | Posted by: Katie Killion - Acquaintance

“I was very saddened to read about the passing of an admired legal colleague and ACBA softball/hoops friend. Please accept my sincere sympathies on...Read More »
18 of 36 | Posted by: A friend

“I just recently met Scott. He was the defense counsel for a case I filed against a driver insured by his client. I soon learned that Scott was a...Read More »
19 of 36 | Posted by: Charles Steele - Leechburg, PA

“Our deepest sympathies to his wife Cindy and family. Even though we only spent two weeks together this has left great holes in our hearts. It was a...Read More »
20 of 36 | Posted by: Shaydside 3-Main nurses - Baldwin, PA

“Our deepest sympathies to the family...Bill & Christine ”
21 of 36 | Posted by: William King - Rices Landing, PA

“We are deeply saddened to hear of Scott's passing. We have known him for 39 years and he was always a dedicated professional, a great asset to the...Read More »
22 of 36 | Posted by: Dorie and Regis Schnippert - PA

“Dear Deanna, Don, Ella and Family,Sorry for your loss .Those who gave you the most memories become memories...Tom Sadoski Erie PA ”
23 of 36 | Posted by: A friend

“May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always. ”
24 of 36 | Posted by: American Heart Association

“May the loving memories you forever hold in your heart guide you through this time of sorrow. My deepest and heartfelt condolences. ”
25 of 36 | Posted by: Danielle Davidson - Pittsburgh

“Your family has my deepest sympathy... ”
26 of 36 | Posted by: William King

“Sincere condolences to Cindy, Jack and Steve. Fond memories of dinner group and Scott (along with my husband Jeff) coaching son Patrick with Jack...Read More »
27 of 36 | Posted by: Cindy Brown - Pittsburgh, PA

“I knew Scott from my days at MDBBE. He was such a good guy. I played softball golf and basketball with him. Always a competitor. Over time I would...Read More »
28 of 36 | Posted by: Shawn Flaherty - Pittsburgh, PA

“A teammate for years in the Glenwood Baseball League- Erie, Pa. Many excellent players played there, he was among the best. A great athlete and not...Read More »
29 of 36 | Posted by: Paul Antoske - Cleveland, OH

“I have been one of Scott's paralegals for the last 2 years at Meyer Darragh. It's so hard to put into words how hard this has been. Scott was like a...Read More »
30 of 36 | Posted by: Amy Namachar - Munhall, PA

“Such sad news. I send my heartfelt condolences to Scott's family. Gamebreaker was such a good man, friend, and fraternity brother. I miss him. ”
31 of 36 | Posted by: Jack Brewster - Philadelphia, PA

“I have known Scott for decades. He was always upbeat, a skilled and ethical attorney, and simply a great guy. I think I first got to know him...Read More »
32 of 36 | Posted by: David Rosenberg - Pittsburgh, PA

“Dear Deanna, This memory of your brother may seem the most remote, but I'm writing to thank him through you. I bought my first cello from your family...Read More »
33 of 36 | Posted by: Ruth Ann Scanzillo - Erie, PA

“My deepest sympathy to Scott's family and all who loved him. I worked with Scott for almost 29 years, and have fond memories of him. ”
34 of 36 | Posted by: Mary Lou Corson McAfee - Gibsonia, PA

“Scott and I had many cases together. He was a worthy adversary and always a gentleman and a professional. I enjoyed bumping into him on Grant...Read More »
35 of 36 | Posted by: Jay Silberblatt - Pittsburgh, PA

“Love and Prayers, Ben, George, Lori and Liz ”
36 of 36 | Posted by: Benjamin Stein - Canonsburg, PA


Age 65, of Mt. Lebanon, on Wednesday, February 19, 2020. Beloved husband of Cynthia M. (Mihalko) Millhouse; son of Richard S. Millhouse and the late Arlene (Carnahan) Millhouse; loving father of Jack (Lauren) Millhouse, Steve (fiancé Elizabeth) Millhouse, Amanda (Rich) Rizzo, Brandon ( Lauren ) Dornish and Colin (Caitlin) Dornish; brother of Deana (Don) Guillard; grandfather of Liliana, Valentina, Sloane, Maeve, Thomas, Callahan, Peyton; niece Ella. Scott grew up in Erie and graduated from Erie McDowell where he played baseball, football, and was inducted into the athletic hall of fame. He then graduated from Cornell University, where he also played freshman baseball and was on the varsity football team. Following, he graduated from John Marshall Law School in Chicago. He worked at Meyer, Darragh, Buckler, Bebenek & Eck where he later became an equity partner at the law firm and would have celebrated his 40th year. Scott found great joy in his work and treasured the people he worked with through the many years. He was an active member of the Allegheny Bar Association, past president of the Pennsylvania Defense Institute, and was inducted into the Academy of Trial Lawyers for Allegheny County. When Scott was not in the courtroom, he was on the basketball court or coaching his sons' baseball teams. He was the president of the Mt. Lebanon Baseball Association and ran the ACBA Basketball League. Scott enjoyed playing golf, taking care of his lawn, and binge watching Blue Bloods with his wife. He loved spending time with his family and was always making jokes, so much so that he was referred to as the "punisher" for his notable puns. He will be greatly missed by his many colleagues, friends, and most especially his family. Family and friends welcome 5-8pm SATURDAY and 1-6pm SUNDAY, William Slater II Funeral Service (412-563-2800) 1650 Greentree Rd, Scott Twp 15220. Funeral Service 11:00a.m., MONDAY, Covenant Community Presbyterian Church, 1630 Greentree Rd, Pgh, PA, 15220. In lieu of flowers donations suggested in Scott's name to the American Heart Association, 444 Liberty Ave, Suite 1300, Pgh, PA, 15222. www.slaterfuneral.com