OBITUARY

Scott Kading Deuel

December 6, 1952December 14, 2013
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Born to Dean E. Deuel and Ardyce E. Deuel in Ames, Iowa Dec. 6th 1952. Scott died unexpectedly on Dec. 14th 2013. Graduate of Harlan Community High School 1971, University of Iowa 1975, Brown Institute 1976, and Palmer College of Chiropractic 1984. He was most recently employed as a network defender for AECOM at Peterson Air Force Base. Survived by wife of 34 years Jane Deuel and son Jeff Deuel.

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Kevin Christley

March 1, 2014

Scott was my best friend and worked on my crew. Even when I got disabled and had to leave the company, we still talked for hours almost nightly on the phone. I loved his radio day and practice stories and could listen to him all night.

He was the kindest soul and I miss him so very much & feel so very sorry for Jane (who I always tried to keep her up to date with the latest Downton Abbey) and son Jeff.

To this day, I keep waiting late at night expecting the phone to ring and hear his "radio" voice again. Once a week, we'd try to get together and go out for dinner and he'd always adjust my back & taught me how to do my own laser treatments as he was a pioneer in laser pain treatments.

You left us all too soon, my friend & I've been devastated. I only hope you are the one to greet me when it's my time. Nothing but brotherly love and respect forever. Jane - I'm here for you if you ever need anything at all.

Paul Rohrer

January 11, 2014

Having met Scott first as a remarkable healer / chiropractor, he quickly became a very good friend. Laughter, stories, and film project ideas were shared with every meeting. Numerous and memorable trips were taken up Jarre Canyon, having a burger at The Sprucewood as our stories of radio days and film projects would become bigger and bigger. A grand storyteller, great friend and remarkable craftsman: on air, as carpenter, chiropractor and racing fan and computer geek, I am deeply saddened and pained to hear of this great man's early passing. Jane & Jeff, please know and accept my condolences.
Paul Neal Rohrer

Mark & Kim Higgins

January 8, 2014

Scott was a GREAT neighbor. We will miss him and all the conversations over the fence. We loved his ready smile and off the wall sense of humor. He was an all-around good man and will be missed in the neighborhood. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Jane. You'll have to man the fence now - we'll be looking for you.

Mark Robinson

January 7, 2014

Scott was a true and caring professional when called upon for advice and counsel. He never wavered and treated me with the utmost dignity and respect. Scott will be sorely missed and my thoughts and prayers go out to his family. Rest in peace…

Maria Nechtman

January 4, 2014

May God Rest his soul in Peace.

Dave Nechtman

January 4, 2014

Scott was a good friend and co-worker, who made the shifts we worked together enjoyable. He had a singular wit and he had a way of shedding the right light on everything. He was generous and compassionate, and went out of his way to ensure his friends were taken care of when needed. His insight, influence and friendship will be sorely missed. Farewell, Scott.

January 4, 2014

Scott was a good friend and co-worker, who made the shifts we worked together enjoyable. He had a singular wit and he had a way of shedding the right light on everything. He was generous and compassionate, and went out of his way to ensure his friends were taken care of when needed. His insight, influence and friendship will be sorely missed. Farewell, Scott.

Clifford Goodnight

January 2, 2014

Scott knocked it out of the park on a daily basis working at Peterson AFB. His friendship and comradery will be missed.

Chad Quinn

January 1, 2014

The workplace won't be the same without Scott's sense of humor. He will be missed by all those he has touched. Thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

Jerry Wright

January 1, 2014

My sincere sympathy, Scott was a pleasure to work with and will be missed.