OBITUARY

Scott Stephen STARK

January 5, 1966April 29, 2021

Scott Stephen Stark, the youngest of 8 siblings, passed away April 29th at age 55. Scotty will be missed deeply by his family and friends. Scotty is best remembered for his witty humor, curiosity about how things work, and his congeniality. Scotty enjoyed befriending new acquaintances and people warmed to him easily. He loved his cat and other people’s dogs, tik-tok and Words with Friends. He also loved what he called “RRR” – research, refurbish, resell – going to flea markets and garage sales, searching for useful items in need of repair that he could restore. He had recently overcome cancer and had big hopes for his future. His parents, John and NaDeane Stark and his oldest brother Jay predecease Scotty. His other siblings, Cindy and Dean Sherry of Dallas, Jeff and Loretta Stark of Plano, Peter and Monica Stark of Los Alamos NM, Paul and Jan Stark of Wylie, Patty and Bret Shepard of Centreville VA, Dan and Cindy Stark of Plano and his many nieces and nephews, survive him.

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Alicia Vera

May 6, 2021

My condolences to the Stark family. Scott was such a kind and great person to be around. Always friendly and will to help.

Rik Zepeda

May 5, 2021

It's so sad to hear that Scott is no longer with us. We shared many similarities, spoke of our common challenges in life and laughed plenty. He will be missed...

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Earl Phillips

May 3, 2021

Scott and I shared out thoughts on our speech impediment a few times. We would laugh at each other when one of us tried to finish a thought that we couldn't get out. He was such a joy to hang out with. The news of his passing saddens me. Just a genuine nice guy. RIH brother, until we meet again.

Raj Sekhon

May 2, 2021

Scotty was my little brother in the fraternity and friend through life. I have many fond memories of time spent with Scott. I'll miss golfing, fishing, or meeting for lunch and a few games of pool. But, what I'll miss most is his quick wit. It may have taken him a few seconds to get it out, as the gleam grew in his eyes, but the zinger would always be worth the wait. My deepest sympathies to the Stark family and all who loved him as I did.

John Sullivan

May 1, 2021

Scotty and I were in college together at UNT, we lived together for several years at the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity house. We basically shared a room, food, beer money and my car. The boy was loved and he was one of the most unique guys I think I have ever known. I never smiled more than I did with him. I will lift him up in prayer and only regret, like many others, is that I lost contact with him over the years. My heartfelt condolences to the Stark family.

David LaMar

May 1, 2021

Scotty was a dear friend and roommate and made me laugh often. His smile could light up a room! I will always cherish the good times we had and will keep his family in my prayers.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY