Scott Christopher Knapp
January 19, 1970 – October 31, 2019
Age 49 of Woodbury. Scott passed away on October 31, 2019 at United Hospital from vascular degeneration. After many hours in surgery, he fought extremely valiant through it all.
Preceded in death by grandparents, Bernice and Harvey Hanson (Chichila), John Chichila, Don and Eleanor Knapp; nephew, Gunnar Knapp; great cousin, Hunter Bell; uncle, Jimmy Knapp. Scott will be deeply missed by his parents, David and Carol Knapp; sister, Stacy; dog, Molly; many aunts, uncles, cousins, and godchildren. He will also be greatly missed by his girlfriend, Kelly Johnson.
Scott worked at Factory Motor Parts at the corporate office in Eagan. He truly was proud to be one of the family at FMP. Scott’s greatest interests include hunting, fishing, football, hockey, and being part of the annual winter carnival treasure hunt as a proud member of Camo Crue. Anyone who met Scott knew that he was a wonderful man. He was kind, smart, and had many friends who loved him dearly. He is very grateful for his cousin Sarah and her children whom he shared a special love and bond with. Scott made it a priority to be present in their lives and would do things to let them know how special they were to him like bring them to ballet lessons. Scott adored the lake house on Rush Lake, finding solace there. With excruciating pain for his ups and downs, we cannot express how greatly he will be missed. Our beloved son, with all our love, you are in the hands of God now.
Service of Remembrance will take place at 11:30am on Friday, November 8, 2019 at Wulff Woodbury Funeral Home, 2195 Woodlane Dr., Woodbury. Visitation will begin at 10:00am at the funeral home. Private interment at Union Cemetery, Maplewood.
- Visitation Friday, November 8, 2019
- Service of Remembrance Friday, November 8, 2019
Scott Christopher Knapp
November 3, 2019
Knapper and I were college roommates our senior year in college. I'll always remember him laying on that tiny couch with a dominoes pizza on his chest and spinning it as he would eat the whole thing then wash it down with a 2liter of clear pepsi. Also remember that he hit me in practice once and was the hardest I've ever been hit. He was always kind and generous and so easy to be with. I will never forget you, Knapper!
November 2, 2019
The first time I had met Scott was at the Sportsman's Guide. Just a big ol teddy bear he was. I am glad to have known and greatfull to have worked with him! I pray for healing hearts to all of his family and friends! RIP Big guy! You will truly be missed by all!