Waltrip Funeral Directors

1415 Campbell Road, Houston, TX


Scott Woolf Sides

August 15, 1959December 16, 2019

Scott Sides, 60, died at home, unexpectedly on December 16, 2019. He was born in San Antonio, Texas, the son of Jerry and Sara Sides.

Scott graduated from Northbrook High School, Class of 1978. Following graduation, he served with the U.S. Army and did various jobs. In 1989, Scott began college at Tyler Jr. College in Tyler, Texas where he received an associate degree in Criminal Justice in 1991. He went to work for Texas Department of Criminal Justice; working in two prisons over 20 years until his retirement. The last few years, he lived with his mother and provided company, assistance around the house, going to church and some wonderful dinners together.

Scott valued family and always made it important to spend time with them. He made them each feel special and loved. His vacations were spent with family and holidays were made for family! His family looked forward to gift cards especially picked out for them to spend for fun. He was always ready to go shooting at the range, take a brother, sister-in-law, niece or nephew out for lunch and just spoil them.

Scott was predeceased by his father, Jerry Sides. Surviving are his mother, Sara W. Sides; brother and wife, Steve and Martha Sides; nephews and nieces: Joseph and Amy Sides, Enoch Sides and Jessie Dean, Mary and Daniel Phillips, John Sides and Bethany Pagano, James Sides, Crystal and Andres Serrano, Robert Sides, Sara Sides, and Matthew Sides; great-nephews and nieces: Jeremy (JJ) Serrano, Genesis Serrano, Ameliya Sides, Isimar Serrano, Methuselah Sides, Esteban Serrano, Thea Phillips, Iliana Serrano.

Graveside service will be held at a future date at Ebenezer Cemetery in Arp, Texas.


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Kathy Celestine

December 22, 2019

We so enjoyed seeing Scott at church. Scott and his mother were regular attendees at Fair Haven Methodist Church. He was a caring, sweet man. We shall miss seeing him there every Sunday. May God comfort those who mourn Scott's loss.