Cary Edward Scheer
June 29, 1970 – October 24, 2018
Cary Edward Scheer, 48, of Southlake, TX passed away on October 24, 2018. He was born in Killeen, TX on June 29, 1970. Cary was a loving husband, devoted father and loyal friend.
Cary attended Plano Senior High School and went on to the University of North Texas where he graduated with a Master’s Degree in Finance. For the past 25 years he worked as a Financial Advisor and was President of Scheer Wealth.
Cary’s generosity, wit, charisma, gift of gab and infectious smile are traits that will be remembered by all who knew him. His passions were coaching his boys football teams, watching Dallas Cowboy games with his family, traveling, watching movies and listening to music. He was most at peace when he was at the beach in Florida with his wife and children.
Cary was preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents. Cary leaves behind his wife Meredith Scheer of Southlake, children Grayson and Anna of McKinney, Jackson, Harrison and Hudson of Southlake, Mother Rebecca Greer of Plano, Father Edward Scheer of Philadelphia, Mother-in-law Melissa Gnepper of Bedford, sister Stephanie Bisani, sister-in-laws Shelby Elkins and Haley Canter, brother-in-laws Thomas Elkins, Jared Canter and Adriano Bisani, nieces and nephews Ben and Reagan Elkins, Hannah and Carson Canter, Trinity and Raegan Morales, Micah, Leo and Gemma Bisani and many other family members and friends.
A memorial service will be held on Monday, October 29th at 1:00pm in Grace Chapel at White’s Chapel United Methodist Church in Southlake. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established at Frost Bank in Southlake, TX under the account name Scheer Family Memorial Fund, reference account number 236482732.
- Memorial Service Monday, October 29, 2018
Cary Edward Scheer
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October 31, 2018
So many sweet memories of him with all five of his children. He loved them all so very much. When I would leave their house he always insisted the boys walk me to my car because that’s what gentlemen do. He loved cooking breakfast on their outside grill on weekends for all of them and playing in their pool. When he would run errands or go get fast food he would always ask . Who wants to go? All 5 would say “I do”.He would end up stopping at 3 or 4 places to get what ever they wanted like it was no big deal. He was so proud of them all. I miss those times. I miss him . I was his mother in law.
Susanna Waddell Milam
October 28, 2018
I'm so heartbroken for all of Cary's family. We were friends during middle and high school, which although was about 30 years ago, it seems like yesterday. I remember staying up talking to him on the phone until all hours of the night. We were so close for so many years, I have more stories and memories than I could possibly share. Cary had such an infectious smile that I can still see. My friends and I have been sharing our many stories about Cary and how we used to all sneak out in the middle of the night! It's fun to hear and reminisce. He was such an important part of my life for those impressionable years; I'm really struggling with this. There will always be a special place in my heart for him.
During the sermon this morning at church I almost lost it a few times listening to the preacher preaching on the book of Ruth. I couldn't help but think of Cary and all of his family during the story of Ruth and Naomi.
Keep your faith, pray through your tears, hope through your darkness, love through your pain. God knows, God will save. My prayers and deepest sympathies are with everyone who knew Cary and especially his precious children.
October 26, 2018
Cary was such a kind person with an amazing heart and smile. He will be missed.