Tucker, Scott Anthony


Scott Anthony Tucker, age 56, of Carrollton, Texas, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on January 15, 2015.  He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Catherine Dant Tucker, sons Andrew and Brandon Tucker, daughter Angela and her husband Casey Reed, their children Trevin and McKenzie, and his daughter Lauren Tucker, parents Larry and Frances Tucker, brother Mike Tucker and his wife Cheryl and sons David and his wife Kimberly, and brother Michael, brother Steven Tucker and his wife, Robbi and their son Chad, and his brother Wayne.  Scott grew up in Farmers Branch and graduated from R. L. Turner High School in 1977 where he was heavily involved with the theatre program and ROTC.  Scott was also a volunteer Firefighter/EMT for the Lake Cities Fire Department while he and Catherine lived in Lake Dallas during the early 80’s.  In 1990, they moved back to Carrollton where he went to work in electronic component sales and then into the plastics industry.  In addition, for many years he gave his time as a part of the Production Staff at First Baptist Church Carrollton and oversaw many of the technical aspects of their Annual Christmas Tree programs for many years as well as youth mission trips.  Scott loved to spend time in the Hill Country at his folks’ ranch south of Brady, Texas hunting, fishing and spending time with his family. Visitation will be held at North Dallas Funeral Home located at 2710 Valley View Lane in Farmers Branch, Texas on Monday, January 19, 2015 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. with a Memorial Service on Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to the National Kidney Foundation.

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6 replies on “Tucker, Scott Anthony”

Donner says:

My deepest condolences to the Family. God will give you the strength and comfort needed. The Bible promises can sustain and fortify us at such grievous times. Revelation 21:4 tells us: “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”
Again my deepest sympathy.

Kim Staton Parks says:

Frances & Larry, may God comfort you and your family during this difficult time. I’m so sad to hear the news about Scott; I know he’ll be greatly missed. I have fond memories of softball games in the circle and nighttime tag games on the golf course with him and his brothers. May your memories comfort you.

Edward L. Williams says:

I had several classes with Scott at R L Turner. He was a good guy and I am saddened to hear he is gone. My prayers to you and your family, I know he will be missed.

Carla Signorelli says:

I met Scott when he was a neighbor to my dear friend Bernie Manley years ago. Prayers of peace to the family as you grieve Scott’s passing. Prayers of comfort knowing he is with our Heavenly Father.
God bless all of you,
Carla Signorelli

Charles Hunt says:

I am so sorry to hear the news. May you find peace and comfort during this time. May his Graduation be to a body with no pain and a place of everlasting peace.

Joy Mehan says:

So sorry for your loss. May you be comforted by memories and the doctrine of the Communion of Saints. I wish I could be at the funeral, but I’ve been in bed with a fever and I don’t need to share it with all your nearest and dearest. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Joy Mehan, Dan & Chris & Anna Carson

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