Scott Thomas McIntosh


4/5/1955 – 1/14/2021. Age 65, Scott was born in Kansas City, MO and resided Overland Park, KS. Preceded in death by parents Charles (Mac) and Shirlee. Survived by wife Debra, stepchildren Heidi and Steven Widmer, grandchildren Malia, Mason & Sophie, siblings Chuck, Mike (Gaye), Tim (Cathy) McIntosh, Karen (Brad) Griggs, nieces Nicole, Emery, Katie, Ashley, Brooke, and nephew Ryan. 

Scott, a loving family man and brother, started out his professional life at family-owned Central Bedding in Kansas City, MO. In the early 80’s he moved to Cedaredge, Colorado in the role of Assistant Manager, Tongue Creek Orchard. Scott had a long passion for cooking and upon his return to Overland Park, KS he worked in the food service industry until his retirement.


The family plans a private memorial service at a future date.

Memorial Contributions

In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations be made to The American Lung Association. 


  1. Julie Schibler McGinley on February 23, 2021 at 1:01 pm


    Sorry to hear about Scott! So Sorry that you lost your brother. Prayers for you and your entire family in this time of loss.

  2. Violet Jackson-Artinger on January 26, 2021 at 5:29 pm

    My condolences to all of you. You are in my prayers.

  3. Jennifer on January 23, 2021 at 12:36 pm

    so sad to hear of Scott’s passing – I remember him from the vantage point of 50 years when he was Mike’s adorable little brother; so cool that all the girls were crazy about him

    big hugs to Chuck, Karen, Mike and Tim and to Scott’s immediate family in their grief

  4. Peter Muraski on January 21, 2021 at 10:54 pm

    To the McIntosh Family, the Muraski Family extends their Love and sincere
    How fortunate we all were to grow up in a neighborhood where there were upwards of 70 kids on our block.
    A time when all doors were open and children were safe to wander in and out of the neighbors homes.
    What I fondly remember about Scott McIntosh, was that he was infinitely curious and genuinely interested in our childhood exploits.
    One incident that comes to mind was when my brother Joe Muraski, During a Little League game, hit a grand slam home run up into the tennis courts at Brookside Park. Scott was more excited than Joe was. He was so proud, he reached into his pocket and pulled out 35 cents to give him as a prize.
    Scott was upset that he didn’t have more cash on hand.
    Also, when Elvis died, Scott thought it was the end of the World. He went around the neighborhood and made sure everyone knew that the King had passed.
    What a Rich and Rare childhood we had.
    God Bless you Scott.

  5. Debbie Hocevar on January 20, 2021 at 8:07 pm

    Oh Karen Iam so sorry about Scott! We all had a lot of fun back in the day. Thoughts,prayers and love to you all. Hugs Debbie Hataway❤️❤️

  6. Liz on January 20, 2021 at 12:25 pm


    So Sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your family.

    Lizzy Dysart

  7. Judy Gahagan on January 20, 2021 at 7:37 am

    To Scott’s three surviving brothers and only surviving sister, Karen, I send my sincere sympathy. Treasure your memories.

  8. Tristan Todd on January 19, 2021 at 7:46 am

    May your soul be at peace Scott! Condolences and prayers to his entire family.

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