OBITUARY

Donald W. Scovill

February 5, 1922February 17, 2013

Donald Scovill, a lifelong resident of Kansas City, passed on Sunday, February 17th, 2013 at the age of 91. A World War II veteran, a former member of the Kansas City Police Dept. & Clay County Sheriffs Reserve, then a salesman of GM cars for 29 years. The avid golfer is survived by his daughter Dana, stepson Tom, his three grandchildren and their families, as well as his brother Gene, and numerous loving nieces, nephews and friends. Memorial services celebrating his life will be held at Mt. Moriah & Freeman Funeral Home, 10507 Holmes Road, Kansas City, Missouri, on Wednesday, February 20th, at 3:00 p.m. Condolences may be offered at www.mtmoriah-freeman.com.

Services

  • Memorial Service Wednesday, February 20, 2013
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Donald W. Scovill

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Karen Griffiths

February 25, 2013

What a wonderful friend Don was to me and all our family. I loved especially, the time he came to Chattanooga and we got to play
golf together! Very sweet man and a perfect gentleman. He was
very thoughtful and I enjoyed hearing from him every Christmas. I will miss him.

Deborah Hays

February 23, 2013

Our deepest sympathies to Don's family and friends.

Dennis Brown Retired KCPD

February 20, 2013

Oh my what a story teller especially when he and dad, Bob Brown, got together. Had me up on the ski's the first time down at the lake. He and dad shooting that 36cal black powder gun and both of them jumping out of their skins when it went off. 73 I got out of the Army and who helped me get my first new Subaru. Mostly riding a new car every trip to the lake. And when Don tried to sell that convertible to dad and he brought it home. Oh, mom saw that and back to Don it went for a REAL CAR. Dad never lived that one down. Beautiful homes Don had built. What a wonderful family friend. So great to have known you.

William Austin

February 20, 2013

We will miss you Don. Praying for comfort for you family, and for your brother, Gene.\
God Bless,
Bill Austin
KCPD Retired

Julie Roberts

February 20, 2013

The Minor Park Golf Course Family is saddened by the loss of such a fine gentleman, but we are comforted by the thought that Don played a 'full 18' in this life and he will always be remembered by his friends here.

Joe McDonald

February 20, 2013

Uncle Don, Just wanted you & your family to know how much I thought of you. You always treated me great. I have lots of great memories of the fishing trip to Minnesota when I was a kid and all the time I lived with you and Aunt Marj while going to barber school in Kansas City. Due to weather predictions, I am not making the trip to the city for your memorial service. I would have liked to visit with your brother Gene after all these years. Thanks for everything over the years. I always loved you.

Bob

February 20, 2013

I am grateful for the life of Mr. Scovill. Thanks to his service and to the service of others in our armed forces, my family and I have been able to lead our lives in freedom and peace.

February 19, 2013

Goodbye to a great friend. I treasure our time together and I will deeply miss you. I love you buddy.

Larry Heyser

Roy Merriott

February 19, 2013

Don it was a real joy working with you all those 25 years, we sure had some good times & I will love you forever.
Your Friend - Roy Merriott

Jim and Willa Simmons

February 19, 2013

I have many good memories of working with Don through the years. May the good memories carry his family and friends through this difficult time.