Hollis Lee Scurlock, of the Union Camp Community of Macon County passed away at his home on Friday, April 13, 2012 at the age of 85 years. Funeral services for Hollis Scurlock were conducted on Monday afternoon at 2 PM from the chapel of Anderson & Son Funeral Home in Lafayette with Elder Jerry Shrum and Elder Ricky Wilson officiating. Interment followed in the Anderson & Son Memorial Park. Honorary pallbearers were Holden Hauskins, Ethan Mungle and Isaac Kirby. Active pallbearers were Hayden Hauskins, Austin Mathews, Barry Mathews, Billy Brown, Wayne Miller and Phillip Stafford. He was born on Monday, October 18, 1926 to the late Harvey Lee and Ammie (Sampson) Scurlock. On July 12, 1947, he was married to the former Hattie Marie Nash, who preceded him in death on January 29, 2008. In addition to his wife and parents, two sons, Teddy and Ricky Scurlock and a daughter, Peggy Maxwell preceded him in death. Mr. Hollis was a farmer most all his life and loved dealing in antique cars. After his wife of 64 years passed away, Mr. Hollis continued to live at home, farm, work in his garden, deal in his cars, drive and died suddenly at home, just like he wanted to do. Like most people he wanted to die at home and not have to go into a Nursing Home. He was a member of the Sycamore Valley Missionary Baptist Church. He is survived by, son and daughter-in-law, Jerry and Shirley Scurlock, Daughter, Pam Brown, all of Lafayette, sisters, Margie Massey of Indianapolis, IN, Margaret Hodges and Lola Turner, brother, Sam Scurlock, all of Lafayette, 14 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren, 18 great-great-grandchildren.