Dale Scott, 87 was born in Hugo, Oklahoma to Dessie West and Albert Scott. He passed from this life to death in Christ November 5, 2020 in Abilene, TX at Hendrick Medical Center.
Memorial services will be Monday, November 9th at 2:00 pm at The Hamil Family Funeral Home, 6449 Buffalo Gap Road, Abilene.
Dale graduated from Plainview High School where he quarterbacked for the Bulldogs. He married his high school sweetheart Patsy Reese in Plainview, TX, June 1952. They made their home in Borger, TX where he worked for Phillips Petroleum. He worked for Harvest Queen and Southwestern Public Service in Plainview, moving to Hereford, TX in 1961 where he worked for Shur-Gro Luquid Feed and Dr. Charles Allison until he moved to Abilene, TX in 2013.
He was a sports enthusiast who coached his sons in youth baseball and loved watching them compete in football, baseball, basketball both home and away. He carried on with this tradition following his grandchildren in youth sports, high school, and collegiate events. Fan support for them was important to him, but recognizing their positive contributions in whatever they did was most important. He worked hard at whatever he did and expected excellence and honesty. He was a member of Pioneer Drive Baptist Church in Abilene.
He is survived by his wife Patsy of 68 years; one daughter Carola Ashworth and husband Jerry of Amarillo; three sons Terry Scott and wife Sheila of Port Aransas, Mike Scott and wife Linda of Abilene, and Jason Scott of Scottsdale, Arizona; nine grandchildren David Ashworth and Rebekah of San Antonio, Tyler Ashworth and Kristen of Ft. Worth, Alyssa Scott-Purdom and Brad of Dallas, TX, Jacob Scott and Meghan Hardison of Grapevine, TX, Derek Scott and Kara of Carrolton, Allison Westman and Josh of Abilene, and Jalyn Scott of Abilene Grace Ann Phillips and Brendan Phillips; five great-grandchildren Coralyn, John Luke, and Adelaide of San Antonio and Madilyn and Ellie of Ft. Worth.
He was preceded in death by his parents, a sister Ruby Tribble, brothers Erwin and Charles Scott, and a beloved daughter in law Michele Nasi Scott.
In lieu of flowers the family suggest memorials to: Pioneer Drive Baptist Church, ACU Baseball, AHS Athletics or any charitable organization of your choice.