Scott was a great big brother to me and had a very special role in our family. I will always see him as the funny, sweet, huge brother who had my back. He is sorely missed but will be reunited in heaven with his family one day! Love you and miss you so much it hurts, Scott.
We were host parents for Scott his year at KWU. We fell in love with him immediately. He was always so polite and courteous to us........wouldn't call us anything but Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard. Our hearts go out to all of the family and we hope he has found peace. Dick & Leah Blanchard (Salina, KS)
Scott was a true friend of mine in his year at KWU.As Matt said,once a Jones boy, always a Jones boy! Also a Texas boy and Longhorn fan,we had a lot in common. He will truly be missed.
Scott "Mac-Man" was a joy to me as a coach during his year at Kansas Wesleyan University. He earned a letter as a freshman and was so respected by the upper-classmen. Occasionally I would hear from him via e-mail, and his comments were always so friendly and personal just as he was during his time at KWU as one of the Jones Boys. It is so sad to lose a light to the world as he was. So many enter a room and it seems to darken while when Scott came in causing to whole room to brighten.
I just heard about the Scott's passing today. I knew Scott from his time at KWU and as a fellow Texan we bonded from the time he set foot on campus. I remained in touch with Scott over the years even though he was only at KW for a yr. Once a Jones Boy always a Jones Boy and I know the entire KW Men's Hoop family is sadden of this loss. As many have said on here Scott was indeed a great guy and had a zest for life. Watch over the hoops family "Mc Man"! My prayers are with his family.
I just heard about Scott passing. My deepest sympathy. I was friends with him while he attended KWU in Salina. He was a wonderful Christian and a great witness. Even though it's been years, I still have one of his basketball photos. He was such a blessing!
To Ken and Judy,
I just found out about your son from Marva Grovey. My deepest sympathy, my heart goes out to you. Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. May God bless you and your family. Your friend, Vikki Scroggs
Judy and family,
Just want you to know your entire family continue in my prayers. We miss you at work, Judy, but the one REALLY missed is your precious son, Scott. May G_d continue to bless you with His comfort and presence. Janette O'Brien
Scott was my friend. His locker was next to mine at GHS and we shared many mutual friends at UT. I will always remember him for his warm smile and kind, affable spirit. I am so sorry for your loss - the McEntire family is in my prayers.
It helps us all to keep an eternal perspective,Judy. May you have "the peace that passes all understanding".
Love always, Barbara
Scott is a beloved son in whom I am well pleased. He is now living in a splendid place beyond words and is experiencing unfathonable peace and love.Even if he could return to earth and have all money debts paid he would choose to remain in the blessed place of Jesus His savior. I know he loves everyone he knew on earth and hopes to see each one again. Judy McEntire
My deepest sympathy to the family. I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one.
Many memories at UT with Scott, he always made me laugh and I just thought he was the best.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
Steve and Patt Polzer
Scott was a friend, fellow classmate at Texas Tech School of Law, and a fellow Longhorn. He will be greatly missed.
Ken and Judy, we are praying for you and your family. We remember Scott as a little guy here in our neighborhood. May God's peace and love comfort all of you.
Scott is a wonderful man of God who cares about people with a sincere heart. Jeff and I were blessed by Scott so much. I`m sad to hear the loss. Scott will never be forgotten. Ken & Judy, you are in our prayers. My family in Japan & I are praying God.
Dear Ken and Judy,
Don and I were sadden to hear of Scott's passing. We loved knowing him. We are praying for our Savior's peace and comfort for you and your family.
Don and Cheryl Allen
Scott was a precious boy that I knew from Covenant Christian Academy!
Our sorrow is great. He will have a lasting legacy at Texas Tech School of Law. Scott was in two of my classes and was a founding member of the Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal. We had many conversations about school and life. Scott was an inspiration to me and his classmates. We will miss him.
Professor Gerry and Margaret Beyer
I remember babysitting Scott when he was a toddler and little boy. He always had a great laugh and wonderful dimples! I loved watching my cousins grow up. My prayers are with the family.
Dear Ken and Judy,
Susan infoed us of your loss of Scott. We are so very sorry and wanted to tell you that we are praying that you will feel the arms of the Comforter around you with love only God can give in great abundance. Scott is spending his first Christmas in heaven! We know you aren't grieving as those a who have no hope. Nevertheless your pain is great. We love Scott and your dear family! Kenny and Dianne Gile
I went to college with Scott, and he is such a fabulous guy. He was so sweet and funny! My thoughts and prayers are for his family during this difficult time. He will greatly be missed. Hook 'em!
Scott was one of the first people I met at UT and luckily I had a chance to visit with him just a few months ago. What an outstanding guy. He will be sorely missed.
John & Wendy Cluley
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Ken and family, I would like to express David's and my sincere sympathy for your loss. David is unable to travel and wanted you to know our deeply we regret your loss. David and Gail Lackey
I had the privilege of knowing Scott via a short business venture and was very impressed with his personal and professional demeanor. Scott had an abundance of energy and dedication to his ultimate goals, and I am truly grateful for knowing him.
The entire AED family will miss Scott and his awesome personality. What a great pleasure to have worked with someone like him. His peers have resounded how kind, caring and hard-working he was. He will be missed by all and remembered by those he was surrounded by.
Judy and Ken, be confident that you and yours are in our thoughts and prayers throughout each day. Keep strong in the Lord, our dear friends. We love you and care deeply and are grieving with you. Lyndell and Barbara Scott
Scott was a hard working young man who had an impact on all her knew at Grapevine High School. It was a joy having him in class. He will not be forgotten.
"Our hearts are breaking with yours during your loss and heaven's gain. May the God of peace comfort you now and in the days ahead. Besides our prayers, please let us know how we can help your family. The McEntires are a family we absolutely love and adore and we are thinking of you."
Blessings, Jim, Jean, Josh and Judah Burk
Scott had a sweet spirit and a humble heart. He blessed my soul richly over the past 6 months. Can't wait to see you again Scott. Love you brother.
Scott was a great guy with a huge heart. I always considered him a very good friend and he will be sorely missed.
Members of the Reece Family are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers continuously. May our loving Heavenly Father continue to uphold you with his strong right hand and comfort and shelter you under His wings.
I'm sorry I never had the privilege of meeting Scott during his life here. And I know how it is to lose a treasured family member just before Christmas. I pray that Scott's joy in being with his family in heaven will be felt by the family who love him here, and will bring them comfort and peace.
I worked with Scott. Scott and I would go to lunch when possible which was a lot. I enjoyed working with him. I enjoyed listening to his stories. Just a couple of weeks ago he was saying how he loved his family and they were his best friends. He is going to be very missed dearly by everyone.
My prayers are with the McEntire Family.
We are very sad to hear of our cousin's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the McEntire family.
Scott was as fine a young man as God has ever put on earth. We miss him and our prayers are with his family.
Scott has a huge heart. Before I moved out of the country, Scott bought me a cake. He honored me with continual affirmation and love and spoke at my wedding celebration. He really loved me and demonstrated that he cared about me and many people. Though he had a degree in law, due to his desire to help, comfort, and encourage people in a more personal way, he planned to change his career to become either a chaplain, nurse, or minister. He wanted to help hurting people find relief.
In the last several months of his life, he realized the meaninglessness of pursuing fleeting, worldly affluence and pleasure and chose to live a life pleasing to the Lord Jesus Christ with whole-hearted devotion. I am incredibly proud of Scott. He is my brother forever. I will see him again in the Kingdom of God's beloved Son, in whom we have redemption the forgiveness of sins. Scott is now present with our merciful Father, the God of all comfort and the compassionate Savior, Jesus Christ who love Scott with an everlasting love.