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Jimmy R. Scott

November 7, 1952 — June 7, 2022

Jimmy R. Scott, of Mansfield, Texas, formerly of Casper, Wyoming, passed away on June 7, 2022 at the age of 69.

The first memorial service for Jimmy will be held: 11:00am Tuesday, July 26, 2022 at Crimson Dawn Casper Mountain in Casper, Wyoming.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations please be made to the following in Jimmy’s memory:
JR’s Hunt for Life, a 501-C 3 non profit organization that was very dear to Jim. C/O Jenny Hunter at 2911 Garden Creek Rd, Casper, Wyoming 82601.

Jimmy was born on November 7, 1952 to Jack Byron Scott and Madeline Hogg in Casper, Wyoming.

He graduated from Kelly Walsh High School in 1972 and then began his career of 20 years in the United States Navy. During his time in the Navy, Jimmy won several awards and was able to spend time in many different places and in several roles such as: USS Long Beach CGN Oct. 73- Jan. 78, NAVMAR Core Scen in Denver Dec. 88- Nov. 90, USS Gray FF-1054 Dec. 90-Sept. 91, USS Mahlon S. Tisdale FFG-27 Oct. 91-Oct.93, NAVMAR Core Cen in San Jose Oct. 93-June 97, Naval Reserves Redcom South July 97-July 01, Naval Reserves Cen Fort Worth Aug. 01-Feb. 03.

While living in Casper, he worked at Grimes Pipe and Supply from 1978-1980 and then he worked for Bob Rufenacht from 1980- Feb. 1983.

After his military career, Jimmy continued his education at Columbia College where he received his Associates Degree in Business. He then went on to work at PS Tax Specialist LLC in IT and Admin from 2002-2005. He also enjoyed working part time as a massage therapist from 2018-2022.

In his free time, he loved riding his Harley and spending time with his family.

Jimmy is preceded in death by his parents, Jack Byron Scott and Madeline Loraine Hogg; sister, Janet K. Vanhorn; nephew, Sean Hawes.

He is survived by his loving wife of 44 years, Patricia Scott; daughter, Aleisha (Scott) Wikked; sons, Michael K. Scott, James Bryan Scott; daughters-in-laws, Wendy Hansen, Ryan Scott; second mom, Sara Scott; brothers, Mike Hawes, Scott Hawes (Cindy), Jim Hawes; sister-in-laws, Lauri Hawes, Anna Turek, Dorothy Reimann (Rick), Kim Mallorey (Jim), Joy Hampton (Jack); brother-in-law, Bryan (Dolly); first wife, Monica; grandchildren, Gabe Pallan, Larissa Tice (Anthony), Jakob Scott, James Scott, Lilin Scott, Kain, Drake, Eva, Violet Wikked; great-grandchildren, Roxas Tice; first wife, Monica; nieces, Valarie (Andrew) Lindsey (Chris), Brittney, Lexus, Jessica (Elijah), Kimi (John), Dara, Morgan, Kristi, Kayla, Michelle (Naaman); nephews, Kris (Sharla), Jason, Chris, Nick (Amanda), Kody, Phillip (Shae), Joshua (Heather), Darren, Chase, Jason (Emily), Tommy, Andy; Other Special Family Members and Friends, Matt and Angie, Doug and Angie, Lisa and Joe, Kim S., Sherry and Steve, Brenda, Izzy, Anne, Ann, Jenny and Jim, Ken and Sally, Bryan and Joy, Don and Judy, Trudie, Kris, Pete, Jerry, Larry, Gwynn, Mike Lantz and Mike Owens.
If I missed people, it is because there are so many to remember and know that he cared about you!



A Tribute From Patty:

Jim and I had a good run for 44 years we had our ups and downs. Nothing in life is perfect and no marriage ever is. You just make the most out of the hand you are dealt. Those who knew Jim loved him and we as his family can see why. We also know there were times when we were angry with him and we were able to rise above it. You can’t have love without hate, you can’t have joy without pain, you can have peace no matter what you’re dealing with.
Our love goes out to people Jim shared his life with and I would consider you lucky if he shared it with you. Jim was a quiet man and he was like the Tasmanian Devil. You never knew at times what he was up to but you knew it was something. He was full of surprises, some good and some bad, we just learned to deal and cope. One thing I can say is our life wasn’t ever boring.
Jim was Jim and there won’t be anyone like him!
Love you,
Patty
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