Billy Jack Scott

November 1, 1934 - July 20, 2022
Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
6025 82nd Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
Sunday 7/24, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Idalou Cemetery
12108 US-62
Idalou, TX 79329
(806) 698-8085 | Map
Monday 7/25, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

The family of Billy Scott will celebrate his life of 87 years at 11:30 AM on Monday, July 25, 2022, at Idalou Cemetery. His family will host a time of fellowship and remembrance from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Sunday, July 24, 2022, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. He passed on Wednesday, JulyContinue Reading

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Newt/Celia Wheeler left a message on July 24, 2022:
What an awesome man was Billy! Condolences, Lois and family. Hope you’re memories will bring you peace. ❤️
TamI Sharp left a message on July 22, 2022:
In memory of Billy Jack Scott, TamI Sharp lit a candle
TamI Sharp left a message on July 22, 2022:
I am so very sorry for your loss. I know him and My momma (June) are up there laughing together . Love you
Linda left a message on July 22, 2022:
My sincere condolences 🙏. I know he had to be a wonderful man! ❤
Valerie Hollingshead left a message on July 22, 2022:
He called me 'Balrie", because I couldn't say the "V" very well. Like others have said, always smiling and joking. He helped ease the pain of the ant stings on my hand when we were at "the place" by putting manure on my hand! I was horrified. He gave Scott a pair of socks to give to me as a "gift" on our first official meeting.Always thinking of others. Although I haven't seen him in many years, I will miss him.
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Betty Bell left a message on July 22, 2022:
Always smiling, always with something funny to say - Billy Jack loved his family with all of his heart. He will be missed.
Diann left a message on July 22, 2022:
I have a lifetime of Priceless Memories with Uncle Bill, Lois, Debbie, Cody, and Jennie! We were Blessed to live directly across the street for many years. I will always look back lovingly on memories such as Going out to The Place with Billy and Jennie and dragging a horse 1/2 a mile to the railroad tract so it would run back to the pin. Running from “Abner” the Goose who would chase bite you (only if you were a girl) Billy laughing Run! Camping at the stream in the pine trees of Missouri. Sitting on the towel on the IceCream freezer while Billy and Daddy took turns cranking. When Jennie and I were little Uncle Bill came to the bedroom door peeked around the door and said nite nite girls! Then as he was leaving he turn around and wiggled! He had a hole in his night shorts! Jennie and I covered our eyes and screamed! Jennie yelled “Daddy!!!” Love You, Uncle Bill!
Janice Kay left a message on July 22, 2022:
He called me Janice Kay. Love you Billy Jack
Cynthia & Dickye Moore left a message on July 22, 2022:
Billy Jack tried so hard to get me to marry Dickye after Dickye and I started dating. He teased us unmercifully and he and Lois bought me a little suitcase when I graduated high school and said it was for eloping! He loved to tease and joke all the time. Will miss you BJ ❤
Linda and Jeff Raboin left a message on July 22, 2022:
We are So sorry Debbie. I am so glad you got to have your dad for such a long productive life! Praying for your comfort as you go thru this time of sorrow.
Janet Spain left a message on July 22, 2022:
He was such a great man that could always make you laugh. I went to one of his garage sales and he was selling very old tin squares with horses and other animals in the middles. I have them on my back Portch and always think about where he told us he got them. Sending prayers to the family
TIM KISTNER left a message on July 21, 2022:
Billy waslike a father to me , greatest man I ever met . we shared many a story and good times together, I will cherish and miss him for the rest of my life. RIP , YOUR LAUGH WAS CONTAGEOUS.
Lake Ridge Chapel & Memorial Designers left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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