The family of Scott Smith will host a gathering of family and friends from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM on Sunday, April 23, 2023, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. The burial will be held at Resthaven Memorial Park at 11:00 AM on Monday, April 24, 2023, followed by a service to celebrate his life of 56 years at 2:00 PM on Monday, April 24, 2023, at Lake Ridge Chapel. He died on Sunday, April 16, 2023. Please view the service broadcasting schedule, floral purchasing, and an area to share stories of Mr. Smith with his family here on this page.
Kevin Scott Smith was born May 27, 1966, in Lubbock, TX. Scott was born to Ken Smith and Hazel Love. Growing up Scott loved to play sports and excelled in baseball and football. He was a part of a Dixie team that won the state tournament at thirteen years old, then later returned to the state tournament for Monterey High School where he graduated in 1984. Scott played baseball at Howard College in Big Spring, Texas. Scott loved fishing with his Dad and Brother, which later turned into Scott taking his family and friends boating on the lake. He invested most of his free time into music. Scott loved to play guitar and sing for his boys and his wife Mendy while also hosting a karaoke business for 13 years. Scott was also a correctional officer at Lubbock County and Giles W Dalby Correctional Facility. Scott loved his family and friends and his two boys were his whole world.
Scott is survived by his sons, Garrett Smith and Carson Smith and their mother, Mendy Smith; his mother, Hazel Lea Love; brothers, Craig (Denise) Smith, Johnny (Stephanie) Cagle, and Donnie (Alison) Cagle, Kelly Smith, Stephen (Ashley) Smith; sister, Stacie (Tim) Taggert; nieces, Cassie Smith, Hailey Walker, and Reese Cagle; nephews, Kyle Smith, Donnie Ray Cagle III, Gabriel Smith, Ely Smith, Corbin Taggert and a great-niece, Hollis Walker; and stepmother, Lynette Smith.
He is preceded in death by his father, James Kenneth Smith, and a sister, Brenda Smith.
The family of Scott Smith suggests memorial donations to a charity of your choice in his memory.