Scott Lynn Zandt

January 3, 1951March 5, 2020

Scott Lynn Zandt was born in Canton, Ohio on January 3, 1951. He passed away on March 5th, 2020 in Southlake, Texas.

Scott attended Irving High School from 1965-1969. He went on to become a master carpenter, working hard his entire life. He truly enjoyed the trade, creating handcrafted works of beauty for his clients. He had an eye for the details and took great pride in his work.

Golfing, and fishing were among his favorite ways to pass the time, but trips to the deer lease were always some of his very favorite days. He’d say it’s not really about the hunt, but about being out in nature, enjoying the scenery, good food, and the time with friends.

He’s preceded in death by his wife, Sue Zandt, his parents, Earl & Kay Zandt, and his brother, Van.

He’s survived by his son, Casey (Angie) Zandt, his stepson Alan (Angela) Jensen, his stepdaughter Katy (Greg) Berard, his six grand daughters: Maddie & Brooke Berard, Savannah & Kayla Jensen, June & Olive Zandt, his sister Carla (Kevin) Lear, Cheryl Jensen, and Sue Zandt’s extended family.

In lieu of flowers, if you would like, please click the link below and donate to Scott’s memorial scholarship fund, which will go to helping students at Irving High.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Dempsie Zandt

March 23, 2020

To Scott and his family,
May God smile on you and keep you safe in his arms. I have often thought of you over the years and had good memories that live on. The Zandt family has always been a loving family and I know they will move forward to share that love for each other and those around them. I wish you all the best.
Love to you all,
Dempsie Zandt

Steve Vaughan

March 20, 2020

Scott was a long time friend of mine going all the way back to the mid-60's in Irving. We shared many experiences typical of the time in high school, party's, girlfriends, and Chubby's, are just a few. He was simply a nice guy with a tremendous smile. I will miss sharing stories with Scott.

Jenny Bauer(Brown)

March 19, 2020

We will miss Scott’s wonderful and contagious smile. We will cherish the memories we have of him forever. He will be greatly missed. I know him and my Dad are having a great time !

Jerrell Herron

March 7, 2020

RIP Ohio

Glenda Petkus

March 6, 2020

We are so sorry to hear this. He was always a very nice customer and we loved having him and talking with him! Our thoughts are with you and your family, Casey.


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