Scott Lee Scribner

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Scott Lee Scribner

 
January 13, 1959-August 27, 2022
 
 
Scott Scribner 63, of Merriam, Kansas passed away on Saturday, August 27, 2022 at his home in Merriam. He was born on January 13, 1959 in Falls City, Nebraska to Russell and Mary Jane (Suess). Scott Scribner was raised in Falls City and attended Falls City Public schools. Scott worked at various jobs in and around the Falls City area until May 29, 1982 when he was united in marriage to Laurie Lee Coupe. The couple established their home in Omaha, Nebraska and raised four beautiful children there. They were divorced in 2000. Scott moved to Kansas City area in 2002 working as an over the road driver for Schneider Truck Lines. In 2007 Scott went to work at the Intercontinental Hotel in Kansas City as a maintenance technician/painter. He later worked  for Malkin Properties in Kansas City until his retirement in 2021 due to failing health…Scott was an avid Nebraska Cornhusker and Kansas City Chiefs fan. He also loved to hunt and fish.
 
Scott is survived by his daughters Jamie Scribner (Chris Gali) of Omaha, NE, Anna Murphy (Ryan) of Omaha, Emily Scribner of Falls City, and son Ryan Scribner (Elizabeth) of Omaha. His grandchildren are Cooper Gali of Omaha, NE, Benjamin Scribner of Falls City, NE, Rowan, and Leighton Scribner of Omaha, NE.
 
 
He is also survived  by brothers Ken Scribner of Shawnee, Kansas, Don Scribner, Parkville, MO, Jay Scribner, Lincoln NE, and Jon Scribner, Kansas City, MO. Sisters Karen Trigg, Charlotte, NC, Barbara Scribner, Lincoln, NE, Connie Scribner, Bradenton, FL, Marcia Henry, Detroit, Michigan, Joni Duran, Ottawa,KS, and Sara Growney, Raymore, MO…and twenty-two neices and nephews.
 
 Scott was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Robert Scribner.

Service

A celebration of Scott’s life will be held at a later date by the family.
 
The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses at Advent Health Shawnee Mission and KU Medical Center Kansas City Kansas for the excellent care Scott received during his time in the hospital. Also special thanks to long time friends Brian Bennett, Tim, and Larry at the Intercontinental. Friends Paul and Tony at Georgetown for helping Scott during his time of need. May God bless all of you.

5 Comments

  1. Jennifer James on September 15, 2022 at 12:14 pm

    Scott, we have lots of good memories of our neighborhood. It seemed like our driveways were connected and there were constantly Scribners in our yard and Giles girls in your yard. Our prayers, thoughts, and love are with all of your family. The Giles Girls – Jennifer James, Julie Hopp and Janine McClintock

  2. Sonia Shetty on September 13, 2022 at 4:48 pm

    You are missed Scott. I am glad that I made it to the states to meet you. Thanks for all your kind words and encouragement. I miss your jokes, I am sure you cracking jokes in heaven.
    Rest In Peace

  3. Paul Sabella on September 13, 2022 at 4:42 pm

    Scott was a good man and was family. He was like a brother to me and a mentor. My wife and I won’t forget the delicious breakfast he cooked for us on the 13th of august. I am glad that I have met him. He was the reason I stayed at Georgetown and continued to work there. May you Rest In Peace and finally find peace close to our lord . We miss you and miss your sense of humor. I miss shopping with you and doing our store runs. You will always remain in our hearts ♥️ ❤️

  4. Connor on September 13, 2022 at 3:41 pm

    Great man, I only wish I could have known him longer. Rest in peace my friend.

  5. Joni Duran on September 13, 2022 at 10:08 am

    ❤️❤️❤️

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