Scott Page Lyles

May 5, 1955January 29, 2019

Scott Page Lyles, 63 of Hollywood, Florida passed away January 29, 2019. He was born May 5, 1955 to Eugene Douglas (Skeeter) Lyles Sr. and Frances Lucy Lyles. Scott grew up in the Houston Heights where he loved playing on little league teams coached by his legendary Dad, Skeeter Lyles. Scott was a talented hot shot lefty pitcher. Along with sports, Scott expressed his talent for art in sketches, watercolor and sculptures. He graduated from Waltrip High School, attended Sam Houston State University and later became a licensed electrician at Local Union 716. Scott had a magnetic personality and was quick to laugh and help a friend. He had a loving heart and was dedicated to his Beagles, Casey and Mollie. He is survived by his sister Susan Lyles Remmert (Doug), brother Eugene Douglas (Sonny) Lyles Jr. (Cathy), Aunt Jess Hartnett, cousins, nieces, nephews along with loyal friend, Walter (Butch) Brooks of Hollywood. A family service will be held Wednesday, February 6, 2019, 12 noon at Heights Funeral Home, burial will follow at Earthman Resthaven Cemetery. The family asks that you consider a memorial to a local animal rescue of your choice


  • Susan Remmert and her husband Doug, Sister
  • Eugene "Sonny" Douglas Lyles, Jr. and his wife Cathy, Brother
  • Eugene Douglas Lyles Sr., Father
  • Frances Lyles, Mother
  • Jess Hartnett, Aunt
  • Walter "Butch" Brooks, Friend


  • Funeral Service Wednesday, February 6, 2019
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Scott Page Lyles

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Alan & Lorraine Frazier

February 11, 2019

My fondest memories of Scott was growing up together in the Heights and playing baseball for the Redbirds. We were both pitchers and his Dad (Skeeter), Mr. Lyles was my baseball coach. Best of times growing up in the Heights and baseball! Scott will always be remembered and missed by all. Our deepest condolences to your family and friends.

Carolyn Jones

February 4, 2019

Cousins, Friends, and Family,
For me, Scott will always be the handsome, athletic, fun-loving young man of our youth in those long, hot, summer Houston days. Although our choices took us along different life paths, as the poet said:
One may not reach the dawn
Save by the path of the night (Gibran)
I pray Scott knows peace and "eternal dawn."
Love, Cousin Carolyn

Cindy Bandy

February 1, 2019

I remember sitting in Aunt Martha’s living room on Joyce St for a baby shower. It was for your mom, just prior to your birth. I remember your big, beautiful brown eyes. I have sweet memories of an adorable little boy who was a handful. I’m sorry if life took you down a troubled path. Truly I hope now you will forever Rest In Peace. Love from your cousin, Cindy