Scott D. Meyer
Richmond, VA - Meyer, Mr. Scott D., of Richmond, VA, joined his Savior Jesus Christ in Eternal Life on December 26, 2020. Scott was a loving father and grandfather, honorable husband, loyal friend and colleague. He was always there for his family, often with a camcorder in hand recording his life's wonderful moments and supporting his wife and kids. Scott was a consummate business executive in the consumer electronics industry, starting his career with Commtron Corporation in Des Moines, IA and continuing at Circuit City in Richmond, VA; Samsung in Richmond, VA; Radio Shack in Fort Worth, TX; and Navy Exchange in Virginia Beach, VA. Scott was a proud graduate of both Drake University and Dowling Catholic High School and an avid fan of the Iowa Hawkeyes. He especially enjoyed spending time on his boat on Lake Anna, VA and will always be known for driving the coolest and cleanest car, usually a red convertible Chevy.
Scott is survived by the love of his life and mother of his children, Kelli Metge Meyer; his loving children, Alison D. Meyer and Derek S. Meyer (Kimberly); beautiful granddaughter Brooke N. Meyer and expected grandson Jack H. Meyer; beloved granddogs Memphis Belle and Buddy; brothers Dr. John K. Meyer (Marian) and Craig A. Meyer (Jerell); sister-in-law Kay Meyer, brother-in-law R. Jeffrey Metge (Cindy) and sister-in-law Jill M. Weiskircher (James); and many special nieces, nephews and close friends whom he loved very much. Scott joins in Eternal Life his father John K. Meyer, Esq.; mother Alice V. Meyer; father-in-law and mother-in-law Robert W. and Patricia A. Metge; brothers Glenn and Dale Meyer; stepmother Gail Meyer and stepbrother Christopher Osborn.
The family will receive friends at an outdoor celebration of life on Saturday, January 23, 2021 at 2:00 pm at Scott's home church, Christ Lutheran Church, 7809 Woodman Rd., Richmond, VA 23228. Memorials and condolences in Scott's memory may be sent to Christ Lutheran Church, 7809 Woodman Rd., Richmond, VA 23228.
We miss you so much Dad. Thank you for providing for us, and for all the great memories and love we shared. We will live on in your honor and love you always. - A & D
Published in the Des Moines Register on Jan. 10, 2021.