WINSTEN, SCOTT MITCHELL

WINSTEN, SCOTT MITCHELL - b. 10/11/1946 – d. 9/5/2015,passed sud- denly at Atlanti- care Hospital. Scott was the beloved husband of Jacquelyn (nee Berman-Wolfer) Winsten, his wife of 30 years, and is survived by his mother, Lorraine (nee Taub) Winsten, and his sister, Denise Winsten as well as his son Jordan and his wife, Rachel (nee Sands); his daughter, Jennifer (nee Winsten) Winthrop and her husband, Arthur, along with five grandchildren. Children of Jordan and Rachel: Shane (9) and Brian (7); and children of Jennifer and Artie: Ian (15), Corey (12), and Madison (3). Scott was born in New York City and moved with his parents to Far Rockaway, NY where he attended Far Rockaway High School before earning his B.A. and M.A. at Queens College. Subsequently, Scott attended Brooklyn Law School before embarking on a career in the travel industry. Scott opened up his first travel agency, Coast-to-Coast Travel, which he grew to 32 locations. Concurrently, he founded Just Honeymoons, which he operated for 15 years. In 1988-2006, Scott and Jackie joined forces to open International Tours and Cruises-5th Avenue, LTD, and Travel Careers International, LTD (a state licensed business travel school), and Travel Entrepreneur Network (a national travel marketing company), as well as International Espionage Tours, LTD (specializing in James Bond and PI fantasy tours). In the 1990's, Travel Smart with Jackie Wolfer, a national syndicated radio talk show, was developed and operated from NY and MS for 15 years In 2006, Scott opened and managed the Atlantic City Pet Hotel, the only 24 hour pet hotel and grooming business in Atlantic County. Scott was an animal lover and activist and enjoyed his job where he catered to his customers and furry guests. Scott was also involved with the Atlantic City Convention and Visitors Association. Family and friends are invited to attend his Memorial Service on Friday, September 11th, at 2 p.m., at Roth-Goldsteins Memorial Chapel, located at Pacific and New Hampshire Avenues, in Atlantic City, NJ. In honor of Scott's ongoing love for animals, his family is requesting that donations should be made in his name to the Atlantic City Humane Society, or the Atlantic City SPCA. www.rothgoldsteins.com

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