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Scott Alan Allred

February 5, 1964January 5, 2021
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Scott Alan Allred was 56 years old when he went to be with the Lord on January 5, 2021. He passed away in his home in Beaumont, Texas from complications related to heart disease.

“Scotty Bear” was born in New Boston, Texas to his loving parents "Coach" Jimmy Allred and Carole Murray. After Scott was born, Coach's first words were, “Now we have a fullback to go with our halfback.” Scott spent his early years, moving around Texas with his family during his father’s football coaching career until they eventually settled in La Porte, Texas. Scott was a beloved, athletic individual in the community and a well-known member of the La Porte High School football team. Additionally, Scott was a state champion swimmer and lead dancer in the La Porte High School musical (much to his father’s dismay and amusement).

After spending his first working years helping people as an EMS worker and volunteer firefighter, he worked many years as a piping designer before eventually going back to his roots helping people in safety. The majority of his free time was spent doing what he loved- fishing, hunting, bragging about his children, and telling the best stories.

Scott is preceded in death by his brother, Lance Allred and stepfather, George Murray.

He leaves behind his children- Amanda L. Allred of Clear Lake City, Texas and her significant other Marshall Grice and grand“dog”ter Luna, Brandon Allred of Burbank, California and his significant other Nikki Nesbitt, and Cassie Allred of Belton, Texas; parents, Carole Murray and Coach Jimmy Allred; Sister- Amanda A. Allred, former wife and mother of his children- Sheri Tinsley-Allred; significant other- Stephanie Craft; and his life-long best friend “Uncle” Kevin Leary.

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    Thursday, January 14, 2021

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Karen Weatherford

January 17, 2021

Scott was always kind and friendly to me and those around me. As we aged and were miles apart he still was kind, funny and supportive. His faith in God, love of family and fishing was evident to all. He will be missed.

Jonelle Goodwin

January 16, 2021

So many memories and fun times with Scott through the years. Pretty much, every one involves his never failing ability to make people laugh! His heartfelt desire to make everyone smile and feel special. And one cannot forget the bantor between he and his dad!!! That, in and of itself was enough to make anyone forget about their bad day and laugh! Amanda and family; I'm so sorry for your loss! Gone way too soon, I know they pain and grief that fill you hearts right now. Take comfort in knowing; he now lives eternally in Heaven with Our Lord and Savior, and that you will see him again. Most of all I hope it's comforting for you to know how very much he loved each one of you. And still wants to make you smile every time you think if him!!!

Charles Killough

January 16, 2021

I will always remember Scott’s smile when he crossed my path. It was always there unless he was on the football field. His goal there was to be the best player he could be. I hope that he knew he accomplished this goal. I never got tired of watching him play. Even when busted up and held together by tape, he was still trying to be the best he could be. I know his Dad, Coach Allred, was about as proud as he could be of Scott.
You were a man who gave a lot of love to your friends and children. That love was returned to you by anyone who knew you. Everyone is better for knowing you. The measure of a man is the love and legacy he leaves behind. Your legacy will live on. You can count me as one who will always remember you with a smile and love.

Dana Lanier

January 16, 2021

Goodbyes are never easy but this one is especially hard. I remember the day we met. one day you were up at the LPHS field house and caught us decorating the 🏈 locker room. You told us NO GIRLS ALLOWED until we explained why we were there. Then another coach came in and you just rolled your eyes and said “cheerleaders” 😂😂 it is so funny to remember that first meeting now. Thank you for being my friend. Thank you for supporting my kids, for coming to Kevin’s USMC party and Amy’s spring show - for sending me virtual hugs and encouraging messages when I was having a tough day - and for reminding me that someone was always listening.
There will be a little less light in the world without you.
My prayers are with all who love you. Coach Red, Sheri, Tippi, hundreds of friends and the children you loved so fiercely it is worthy of your nickname “the Bear”.
Thank you for every time you showed up. For saying yes and not asking why.
Goodbyes are never easy - but this one is especially hard... because I’m saying it to you 😢 Sleep well my friend....

Jim Dove

January 15, 2021

I used to misspell words on purpose, just because Scott would correct me.

Lol

Never failed

Lol

Joe Dugue

January 15, 2021

I am the father of Dwight, who played on the ‘ Dogs with Scott. As a father, I did not run with the boys, but have great memories of those Friday nights watching the “Cardiac Kids” as we called for them. I have wonderful memories of being in the Dog House after the home games. I saw Scott right before Christmas at the barber shop, and it was a pleasure to see him again and have a great visit. My heart goes out to his children, and his dad Coach Red and his mom.

Erin Owen

January 15, 2021

So many great memories of Scott. I remember chatting with him in the morning in the break room at the safety council and he was always bragging about his kids or sharing his fishing stories. He was a wonderful man and will be missed. I know he is at peace now. Praying for his family.

Dana Lanier

January 15, 2021

Goodbyes are never easy but this one is especially hard. I remember the day we met. one day you were up at the LPHS field house and caught us decorating the 🏈 locker room. You told us NO GIRLS ALLOWED until we explained why we were there. Then another coach came in and you just rolled your eyes and said “cheerleaders” 😂😂 it is so funny to remember that first meeting now. Thank you for being my friend. Thank you for supporting my kids, for coming to Kevin’s USMC party and Amy’s spring show - for sending me virtual hugs and encouraging messages when I was having a tough day - and for reminding me that someone was always listening.
There will be a little less light in the world without you.
My prayers are with all who love you. Coach Red, Sheri, Tippi, hundreds of friends and the children you loved so fiercely it is worthy of your nickname “the Bear”.
Thank you for every time you showed up. For saying yes and not asking why.
Goodbyes are never easy - but this one is especially hard... because I’m saying it to you 😢 Sleep well my friend....

Amanda Brashears

January 15, 2021

Scott,

You will forever be my pain the butt instructor from HASC. But you always made me smile or tried to ease my stress anyway. I've missed you since I left but everytime I needed a pick me up you somehow knew. You left too soon and I'm upset I missed your service. I will never hear Boss the same way from anyone else. I'll miss you tons and find my dad for me up there and tell him I'm working on it. Lol love you bunches and the world will never be as bright as it was.

Colleen Widmaier

January 15, 2021

Scott was my step uncle in whom was always a joy to be around. Whether it was showing me how to gut a fish when I was 10 to buying me a Buc’ees head pillow for Christmas in 2019, he showed me life was always a blessing. I am going to miss the day where he made fun of my weird quirky furniture styles and hollering at an Astros game after moving down to Texas. I’m thankful you are in a better place but you will be missed by so many.

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