Brent Alan Scott
August 16, 1970 - September 07, 2021
Obituary For Brent Alan Scott
Brent Alan Scott passed unexpectedly in his home on September 7th, 2021 in Blue Springs, MO at the age of 51. Brent is survived by his siblings: Kevin Scott (Nancy) of Arizona, Denise Larson (Gary) of St. Peters, MO, Lisa Weedman (Donny) of St. Charles, MO, and Brian Scott (Julie) of Oklahoma; his 10 children: Ryan Riley (Marci) of Colorado, Deanna King (Peter) of Cleveland, MO, Zachary Scott (Nikita) of Clinton, MO, Nicholas Scott of Harrisonville, MO, Mackenzie Scott of Philadelphia, Sydney Scott of Odessa, MO, Riley Scott of Odessa, MO, Jacob Scott of Odessa, MO, Jayce Scott of Odessa MO, and Justin Scott of Odessa, MO; his 9 grandchildren: Ella King, James King, Noah King, Amelia King, LJ Scott, Cali Scott, Lorelei Scott, Lee Scott, and Owen Scott.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Murphy and Arlene Scott of St. Peters, MO.
Brent was born on August 16th, 1970 in St. Charles, MO to Murphy Lee Scott and Delores Arlene Roberts. He graduated from the University of Arizona in 1995 with a degree in Atmospheric Science. He enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1990 and served his country for 10 years, and he was awarded an Outstanding Achievement Medal Award. In 2000, he started a new journey as a Network Operations Manager for Sprint. While at Sprint he obtained many patents and awards for his excellence and knowledge. Brent loved spending time with his children and grandchildren. He enjoyed hunting and shooting in his spare time, and he was an inventor.
A Celebration of Life service will be scheduled in October.
In lieu of flowers the family asks for a donation to be made to the 5 younger children still at home for their future needs.
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Rest In Peace Lt Scott. It's because of military people like you that I got where I got in my career. Alfredo Dominguez III, CMSgt, Retired, USAF
Your New York family is sending much love, many prayers and our deepest condolences for the loss of your Dad. I wish there were words to soothe your hurting hearts. We will continue to pray for your healing. We love you all.
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