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William Scott Terrell
January 20, 1963 ~ January 10, 2024 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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In loving memory of William Scott Terrell, a remarkable soul whose journey began on January 20, 1963, in Shreveport, Louisiana, and peacefully transitioned on January 10, 2024, in Azle, Texas. Born to Robert Fletcher “Bob” Terrell and Norma June Childress-Terrell, Scott's life was marked by a tapestry of experiences, reflecting the resilience and adaptability that characterized his spirit.
Scott's early years were shaped by the nomadic rhythm of military life, as the Air Force and his ministry-bound family led him to call multiple cities across the United States and Canada home. It was in Graham, Texas, at the tender age of 10, that Scott embraced faith, accepting Jesus as his Lord and Savior, a commitment that would guide him throughout his life.
As a testament to his determination and work ethic, Scott left high school to join the oil fields, later earning his GED and obtaining a Commercial Driver's License (CDL). For over a decade, he navigated the highways, professionally driving and contributing to the industries that fueled the nation. His dedication led him to roles at Cearley Paint And Body and, most recently, as a respected supervisor at Essential Environmental Services.
Beyond the professional sphere, Scott was a man of diverse talents and passions. A skilled guitarist and vocalist, he found solace and joy in creating music. His love for the arts extended to his role as a devoted family man, always ready to lend an ear or share a song with his loved ones. Hunting and riding motorcycles were not just hobbies but expressions of the adventurous spirit that defined him.
On September 30, 2005, Scott Terrell embarked on a new chapter, marrying the love of his life, Angela “Angie” Terrell. Together, they created a foundation of love and support that would sustain them through life's journey. In addition to Angie, Scott leaves behind a legacy through his children: Quentin Terrell of Newcastle, Texas; Teela Bohannan of Rye, Colorado; and Cheyenne Mitchell of Weatherford, Texas.
Scott's memory is further cherished by his mother, Norma Terrell; brothers Bryant and Aaron Terrell; sisters Sherry Rupe and Stephanie Davis; and an extended family of 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. While mourning his passing, we also remember with love those who preceded him in death: his father, Robert F. Terrell; brother, Ross Terrell; and nephew, Gabriel Rupe.
To honor and celebrate the life of William Scott Terrell, a memorial service will be held at the Community Bible Fellowship Church at 1405 Reynolds Rd in Reno, Texas, on January 20 at 11 AM. In this gathering, friends and family will come together to share stories, commemorate his journey, and find solace in the memories that endure. As we say our goodbyes, we hold onto the indomitable spirit of Scott, forever alive in our hearts