The man responsible for the name Corvette. He worked for Dayton Daily News as an art director, an artist and a photographer for 22 years. After working with Dayton Daily News, he worked with Chevrolet as an assistant director for the Public Relations department. He worked on the photography of new cars, designing of press kits, graphics and special events. In 1953, there was a meeting that was held to find a name for a new Chevrolet sports c that would start with a letter "C".
Time passed and they haven't agreed on a name yet, until that night, when Scott at his home began searching in the C section of the dictionary an appropriate name for the new car. he was able to find the word "corvette" which he thinks as the best name for the car because of its definition which is- a speedy pursuit ship in British navy. He then present it to the group and was able to convince them. He retired in 1971 and died on October 4, 1998 at the age of 91. With the name Corvette, who could forget him.