Bio

Scott Livingston is the President and CEO of the  HORST Engineering Family of Companies, a 75 year-old manufacturer of precision machined components for aerospace and other high technology industries. He is a graduate of Boston College and completed the Harvard Business School OPM Program. He lives with his spouse Deborah, and their two children; in Bolton, Connecticut.

In addition to family and business, his passions include cycling, running, hiking, kayaking, adventure racing, skiing, environmentalism, photography, and writing. He adheres to a plant-based diet and lifestyle and espouses healthy living. He is an Eagle Scout and is involved with many organizations, including the YPO, AMC, GMC, CFPA, NEMBA, and LHSA.

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Hartford Business Journal Interview, 11 January 2021

3 Responses to “About”


  1. 1 walkthedogct 26 March 2011 at 6:32 pm

    Scott – it was nice meeting you today and I am really enjoying your blog! A couple of things i could identify with…running, the Waterlillies exhibit (just saw it a few days ago, it was great), and the farmers market. I got a CSA share at an organic farm this summer and am paying for the goods by volunteering my time working at the farm instead of money. Looking forward to learning a lot! Keep up the great blog.

    – Kristen Skulte

  2. 2 Greg Pichler 5 January 2022 at 5:47 pm

    You stole Debbie Sheftick, my favorite at QSI, from my grasp.


  1. 1 Pittsfield Peaks Ultra Challenge | trailrunningSoul.com Trackback on 19 June 2008 at 4:16 pm

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Senior Night at Bolton High School: Bolton vs. Somers vs. Coventry. Made it from the middle school race in time for the boys race. Missed the girls but stayed for the festivities. #xc #running 🏃🏽‍♂️
Fantastic evening for XC at my middle school alma mater. Bolton vs. Vernon vs. Porter. @trailrunningmom is a wonderful coach! #running #xc 🏃🏽‍♀️
From #newyork Sunday for @pearljam at @thegarden to #Chicago on Wednesday for @imtschicago it’s already been a busy week with lots of planes, trains, automobiles, and jet packs! Amazing technology at the show.
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A final @hardrock100run update for now and it’s a bit of a bummer. @trailrunningmom stoped at Animas Forks Aid Station just shy of the 59 mile mark. Persistent nausea and the inability to eat or drink weakened her. She arrived in Ouray in this condition and even a 40 minute nap didn’t improve the situation. She is at peace with her decision to stop and it helps that she finished this beast of a race in 2017 going the other direction. I unexpectedly joined her between Ouray and Animas Forks because I didn’t want to see her go alone. We got to suffer together for eight hours and enjoyed an amazing moonlit night. In our household there is always more to learn when you miss a goal than when you hit one.
@trailrunningmom has quite a crew assembled in Ouray at the @hardrock100run We await her arrival. From the looks of the tracking she was likely suffering in the climb and dealing with the t-storms. She might have had to hunker down because her location didn’t change for a long time. Now she appears to me hammering the six plus mile descent to the LOW point in the course in Ouray at a 7,792 feet.
Riding out the latest storm in Ouray. This weather is something else. To be a Hardrocker this year is going to take extra gumption. ⛈ @trailrunningmom appears to be moving steadily (according to the tracker) but the climb to Kroger’s Canteen slowed her. She gets a lot of downhill into Ouray so let’s hope she can keep running. We are planning a longer pit stop here including a full wardrobe change. Fingers crossed she gets here by dark around 9:00 P.M. @hardrock100run
Telluride was a blur. @trailrunningmom left the aid station around 3:20pm or so. She changed her socks (needed dry ones), got some solid food, freshened up in the “latrine”, and got moving again. We met up with Amy and John and they were a big help. Even my friend Mike, a part time Telluride resident, stopped by Town Park to cheer and assist. On to Ouray…she won’t be there for five hours or so. There are serious ⛰ ⛰ in between.
@trailrunningmom came into Chapman Gulch at 11:46am but if you are tracking then you know that. She was doing fine at 18.1 miles. Little D said Mom is pacing well but wasn’t as “exuberant” as past races. A big rainstorm just blew through and the clouds are threatening again. Next up: Telluride

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