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Scott Nelson is one of the three peope on board the propellor-driven Beechcraft 58 small airplane that crashed Saturday, July 24, 2004 in a residential area in Fort Collins, CO killing all three. Mr. Nelson received his Bachelor of Science in Management from Purdue University in 1989, and his Master of Science in Business Administration from Purdue University in 1991. Since 1991, Scott has been involved in real estate in a variety of ways. As an Illinois-licensed Broker and Partner at Epic/Savage Realty Partners, Scott was involved in the brokerage, development, financing, and construction of commercial real estate assets throughout the Greater-Chicago region. His brokerage production earned him "Rookie of the Year" honors from Northern Illinois Real Estate Magazine in 1992, and the 1994 Frank Mahoney Award for Outstanding Brokerage Production from the Association of Industrial Real Estate Brokers (AIREB). Since realizing his dream of moving to Colorado in 1996, Scott has been involved in commercial real estate development, brokerage, and financing. Current development projects include the 55-acre Windsor Commons Commercial Park in Windsor Colorado, which includes a 26,250 square foot retail facility and 40+ acres of commercial and industrial lots; a 350-unit multifamily apartment project in Fort Collins Colorado; and a single-family residential subdivision in Sidney, Nebraska. Past affiliations include membership in the Association of Industrial Real Estate Brokers (AIREB), the Society of Office and Industrial Realtors (SIOR), and the Board of Directors of Neighbor to Neighbor. Hobbies include racing motorcycles, playing drums, and enjoying music and the outdoors. Scott is 37 years old.

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