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OBITUARY

Mr. Scott Randell Daugherty

February 27, 1959June 19, 2020
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Scott Randell Daugherty passed away unexpectedly on June 19, 2020. He was born on February 27, 1959 in Euclid, Ohio. Scott was the son of Alvin G. Daugherty and Margaret R. Daugherty. Scott is survived by his loving family; his wife, Diana, sons, Matthew and Alex, daughters Jenna and Sara and their significant others Margret Adaya, David Hernandez, and Anthony Bird as well as sisters Marsha Gunnerson and Gail Rebert, nephews Shawn and Chris and nieces Olivia and Elizabeth. He will be remembered as a kind man with an easy going nature.

Scott moved to Houston, Texas in 1978 where he met his beloved wife in 1982 and brought four beautiful children into the world, then moved to Grapevine, Texas in 1996. Scott worked for Maxxis Tires for over 20 years as a distribution manager. He was a hard worker and took pride in his job. Scott was a devoted and loving father. He enjoyed spending time with his family, hiking, fishing, kayaking and camping. As a proud father he always shared his children’s achievements. Scott will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who knew him.

A Memorial Service will be held at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home On Saturday June 27, 2020. A donation can be made in honor of Scott to Shriners Hospitals for Children or make a blood donation to Carter BloodCare.

If you wish to send floral condolences in honor of Mr. Daugherty, you may call Lilium Floral Designs, 817-589-1566.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Matthew Daugherty, Pallbearer
  • Alex Daughtery, Pallbearer
  • Anthony Bird, Pallbearer
  • David Hernandez, Pallbearer
  • Dean Criss, Pallbearer
  • Anthony Brown, Pallbearer
  • Casey Smith, Pallbearer
  • David Pugh, Pallbearer

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Saturday, June 27, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, June 27, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, June 27, 2020

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Reception

Memories

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Taylor Jenkins

June 28, 2020

My favorite memory is attending the Grapevine Daddy Daughter Valentines Dance with my dad James, Scott, & Sara. Sara and I would get all dressed up (they would even buy us corsages) and together the 4 of us would dance, ride around in limos, and make crafts at the rec. They bought us the matching bracelets and always let us do anything we wanted that night because it was our night. I will never forget those dances, and how special our dads made us feel.

Donna Moshtagh

June 27, 2020

Scott my friend, you, Diana and I have been friends for 35 years. I will miss you so much. You are one of the kindest people I know. You were a wonderful husband, great father and a great friend. I will miss your great smile. RIP my friend until I see you in heaven.

Nichole Bryant

June 27, 2020

Scott was a gentle giant ,who from day one always made me feel like part of the family. I moved to North Texas away from all of my family when I met and married my husband. Scott told me, that I now had family in North Texas as well. He and Momma Diana have always made Jason and I feel loved. When my daddy died, he gave me the biggest hug, and told me that there were still dad hugs to be given and received. We will always remember your warmth , kindness and love Scott, you will be forever missed. Until we meet again.

Eric Bowers

June 27, 2020

I’ve known Scott and his family for a little over 20 years now. He always struck me as the strong silent type. He was even a little intimidating but that is probably because Alex and I were usually getting in to trouble. He was always very nice. He would stop in to my work just to say hi and see how I was doing. I remember when I was getting ready to go off to school in Euclid Ohio I was pretty nervous about moving that far away. Then I was talking to Scott and found out that was his home town. He told me all about what it was like there. He made it not quite so scary to leave. He even helped me prep for a promotion interview a few years later. I probably got that promotion because of him. I’m very glad to have known you Scott. We will all miss you.

Cody Jenkins

June 27, 2020

I remember there was a snow day, back in like 2001 or 2002. Alex, Chris Schade and myself came over and were as rambunctious as usual. Scott was home and told us to stay outside so he could get some work done. We started throwing snowballs at each other in the backyard, many of which hit the window near where Scott was trying to work. Finally, he gave up on any sort of concentration and came outside and started throwing snowballs at us too.

Nathan Zaremba

June 27, 2020

You’d be hard pressed to find a sweeter man than Scott. He was a gentle giant, and his company was enjoyed by all. When I started living with Anthony and Sara several years back, he welcomed me into his family like one of his own, and always had a spot for me regardless of the occasion, for which I will always be grateful. You’ll be greatly missed, Scott, but I know you’ll be ready and waiting to share another beer on the other side.

Tom McCormack

June 27, 2020

From all his friends in England in the UK where he visited on his own before meeting Diana, and then on his honeymoon, we would like to say how sad we all are, as he left a wonderful impression on us and we still talk about his visits and the very funny and special moments both with Scott & Diana. ‘ What no Ketchup’ I can hear. The more I think of Scott I realise how very special he was, and he was cool as a cucumber. Miss you man.
Tom McCormack.

Yvonne Storrs

June 27, 2020

I met Scott about 40 years ago, when he was dating my beautiful friend Diana. He was always kind, and I knew he was The one to make Diana happy , and truly love her and take care of her . He was a wonderful husband, and father . Hard working , easy going, and Witty at times . May he Rest In Peace . Prayers and blessings to his beautiful family .

Hannah Hughs-Law

June 26, 2020

I became friends with Jenna when I was about 7 or 8, so Scott has been in my life for most of it. After my dad passed when I was 10, he was such a great roll model for me to look up to. The memories I have of Scott are endless! From waking up to blasting Mexican music on Sunday mornings for us to get up and ready for church. To getting thumped on the head of we burped to loud. I have always felt welcomed in their home. Scott always gave me the biggest hug when I would walk in, it felt safe and warm. After I had my kids he became Grandpa Scott to my boys. I am so thankful that they got to meet such a great man. I hope both my parents greeted him at the pearly gates. I will forever miss that man.

Jeremy Craine

June 26, 2020

I've only known Scott for a few years but immediately I could tell he was a great man. When I started hanging out with his son, Matthew, he would usually stop by and always say hello, even if briefly. He would always be up for trying whatever new wacky beer I brought over or for another trip to Lowes to get supplies for Matt's home.

Whenever I couldn't make the trip back home for any holidays, Matt would always invite me over to his parent's for dinner and Scott always saved a chair. I will always remember his easy going nature and his overall kindness. He is a good man and will be missed.

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Biography

Scott Randell Daugherty passed away unexpectedly on June 19, 2020. He was born on February 27, 1959 in Euclid, Ohio. Scott was the son of Alvin G. Daugherty and Margaret R. Daugherty. Scott is survived by his loving family; his wife, Diana, sons, Matthew and Alex, daughters Jenna and Sara and their significant others Margret Adaya, David Hernandez, and Anthony Bird as well as sisters Marsha Gunnerson and Gail Rebert, nephews Shawn and Chris and nieces Olivia and Elizabeth. He will be remembered as a kind man with an easy going nature.

Scott moved to Houston, Texas in 1978 where he met his beloved wife in 1982 and brought four beautiful children into the world, then moved to Grapevine, Texas in 1996. Scott worked for Maxxis Tires for over 20 years as a distribution manager. He was a hard worker and took pride in his job.
Scott was a devoted and loving father. He enjoyed spending time with his family, hiking, fishing, kayaking and camping. As a proud father he always shared his children’s achievements. Scott will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who knew him.

A Memorial Service will be held at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home On Saturday June 27, 2020.
A donation can be made in honor of Scott to Shriners Hospitals for Children or make a blood donation to Carter BloodCare.

If you wish to send floral condolences in honor of Mr. Daugherty, you may call Lilium Floral Designs, 817-589-1566.

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