Biography: Thomas “karatoki” Scott was a beloved son, brother, grandson, father, and friend. He was born in Harlem at (Harlem Hospital) on June 5th, 1980, to Tommy Harris and Mary Scott.
Thomas “Toki” was a long-time member of “Redeeming Love Christian Center” located in Nyack, New York. Thomas was a kind and humble
person, a consistent personality, but boy, do not get him upset. A man who relished in the simple things in life like being a father and just relaxing. Thomas valued his children, family, and friends.
Thomas chased the pursuit of education at Mount. Ida College; along with that journey, he found a passion for cars changing his direction of schooling and gaining his certification in car mechanic and completing his CDL license.
Thomas enjoyed fishing, spending time with friends, talking to his niece and nephews on the phone, playing his Xbox game system, and most of all, sleeping asking for “Just give me 3 hours” is what he use to ask for. Thomas vowed never to grow up to remain a toy r us kid forever. A born and raise product of Harlem with a touch of country bunkin, making him one of a kind.
Thomas is survived by: his children: Daughter Glory Scott and His son Ezekiel-Thomas Scott; his spouse and mother of his two children, Angela Whitted; father Tommy Harris (NY); his mother, Mary Scott (SC); his brothers Tommy Hariss Jr, Antoine Reddish, and Jermaine Brown, sister Samantha Scott; his nieces Jasmine Scott and Railey Harris and nephews Tiquan Scott, Kelvontay Prescott, Cory Prescott, Xzavious Kilpatrick; his sister Richeyt Weldon: his Aunts Annie Cotman, his cousin Eric Sowell; his Aunt Minnie Harris, his cousin Sharika Dudley; with a host of beloved family and friends.