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Scott C. Alexander

December 24, 1977 — January 19, 2022

Shawnee

Scott C. Alexander, 44, of Shawnee, KS went to the other side on January 19th, 2022. He was with all three of his girls he loved so much. Well one of them (Audrey) he says is the son he never had. Addison was leading the charge, with her sister bedside singing REO Speedwagon.

Scott was born December 24th, 1977 in Kokomo Indiana, coming into the world giving his parents Janet and Roy Alexander the best Christmas gift ever.

Scott spent so much time listening to and appreciating music. His anthem is Simple Man, when that song came on no matter where he was, it would stop him in his tracks. Please listen to it and think of him!

Scott is a Marine Corp Veteran and was so proud of his service, yet humble about it, like it was no big deal. He never missed a Veteran’s Day celebration with his family.

Scott is a Proud Purdue Boilermaker and lived for the basketball team. He said, the shit of it is they are a top 5 team this year and they will pry make it to the final four, So Boilermakers do it for Scott!

He loved his Kansas City Chiefs, Kari and Scott had season tickets to the most important year, the year of the Superbowl win. They were at every home game that year and both playoff games. He fell in love with the Chiefs the first time he heard that 142.2 in the stadium. Go Chiefs bring home that win again for him and the whole Kingdom.

He is a Superintendent for JE Dunn Construction and was just about as proud as anyone I know to have been able to contribute to the Kansas City Skyline he loved so much!

Scott is a husband, which I think, was his most trying and heartfelt job. Kari never made it easy for him, but in his exact words he would always say,” I should have listened to my wife.” Even though he thought he always knew what he was doing.

But foremost he is an amazing father to his girls and never really knew what love was until he met them, He would do just about anything for them, except listen to them whine.

Scott was preceded in death by his father Roy Alexander, his grandparents Charles and Elnora (Shultz) Gustafson and Ernest and Evelyn Alexander.

He is survived by his wife Kari Hay-Alexander, and his daughters Addison and Audrey Alexander. His mother Janet (Gustafson) Alexander, Sister Alicia Alexander, Brother Brett (Tiffany) Alexander and several nieces and nephews. So many friends and family and neighbors.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

If you would like to make a memorial contribution in Scott’s name, please make it to any veteran organization (K9’s for warriors, wounded warriors, or the Veterans Community Project, here in Kansas City.)

Donations:

Wounded Warrior Project
P.O. Box 758516, Topeka KS 66675
Web: http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/

K9's for Warriors
114 Camp K9 Road, Ponte Vedra FL 32081
Tel: 1-904-686-1956
Web: http://info@k9sforwarrior.org

Veterans Community Project Kansas City
8900 Troost Avenue, Kansas City MO 64131
Tel: 1-816-599-6503
Web: https://www.veteranscommunityproject.org/donate

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