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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




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Published in the Des Moines Register on Jan. 10, 2021.
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January 15, 2021
My sincere sympathies to Scott's family. I met Scott through Nexcom. He was one of the most sincere, honest and family driven person I have ever met. I remember the numerous conversations we would have about his family and how proud he was. Such a great man. He will be missed.
Donna Wright
Friend
January 13, 2021
I had known Mark the past several years. I was very sorry to hear he had passed away. I will miss his smile and and kind personality. I pray that God watches over his soul and lifts his family at this difficult time.
Bob Mednikov
Friend
January 11, 2021
I met Scott while working at Nexcom. He and I had something in common to chat about, especially during basketball season. I too graduated from Drake University in Iowa.
I was deeply saddened to hear of his passing. My deepest sympathy to his surviving family.
Dennis S. Swed
Coworker
January 11, 2021
So sorry to hear of his passing. Our prayers go out to the family in this time of sorrow.
Revonda Hensley
Coworker
January 11, 2021
I met Scott at RadioShack around 2006 and was part of his merchandising team. He was a consummate professional and an excellent merchant, and we later became friends as we pursued other endeavors.

Scott was a man of integrity, extremely patient, and very kind. He was completely devoted to Kelli and loved his children. He was so proud of their accomplishments.

Rest In Peace Scott. May the Lord cradle your soul and shower blessings upon your family.
Greg Hughes
Friend
January 11, 2021
My sincere sympathies to Scott's family. I knew Scott through our association with NEX. I'll always admire his knowledge of our industry, and personally appreciate the support and guidance he provided in our working relationship. And on a personal note, our shared interest in the budding rivalry between the Hawkeyes and the Huskers. Rest in peace, Scott. You will be missed by many.
Bob Berg
Coworker
January 10, 2021
Such a nice guy, I had the opportunity to meet through work with the NEX. So sorry to hear of his passing. Thoughts and Prayers to his family.
Tonya Cloud
Coworker
January 10, 2021
I am very saddened to hear this. I worked with Scott at Circuit City for many years. He always said good morning sunshine to make me smile. Scott was a wonderful person. My prayers go out to Scott's family.
Jodie Harrison
January 10, 2021
I am terribly saddened to hear the news of Scott´s passing. Scott and I worked together at Samsung. My sincere condolences to the Meyer family.
John Homlish
January 10, 2021
I worked with Scott at Samsung and I am so sad to hear about his passing. He was a great co-worker and friend and I appreciated his help so much. We worked hard and had some fun times too. Prayers for his family and I hope they find peace that he is with the Father.
Matthew Durgin
January 10, 2021
Scott and I joined Circuit City at the same time and were roommates in the corporate appartment. He always had a smile and a way that made everyone feel like they were old friends! He loved to talk about his family! Rest in peace my friend!
Jim Hamilton
January 10, 2021
My deepest condolences to the entire Meter family. As you know, Scott was always a person that could be relied upon when ever you needed his assistance.
Donald Wild
Coworker
January 10, 2021
I am so sorry to hear of Scott´s passing. He was a great guy and will be missed.
Wade Eveleth
January 10, 2021
You are finally at Peace with your Heavenly Father. Comfort, Peace, and Memories for his loving family. Scott will be missed. Rest In Peace. God Loves You and So Do We.
Diane and Gerald Ransone
January 10, 2021
Kelli and kids, I’m so sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. Keeping you all in my prayers. May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Judy Douglas Howard
Friend
January 10, 2021
I remember playing twister w my cousins Ali and Derek during Christmas at grandma gails. Remember a story my dad would tell about a blue flame special he and scott shared.Tough to loose a father at a young age but the memories live on forever and get easier to see as time passes.
Chris Osborn
Family
January 8, 2021
Many of my earliest family memories include Uncle Scott. I remember being a ring bearer in he and Aunt Kelli's wedding. I remember our Christmases in Des Moines with all of the cousins as well. I will always cherish these and keep them close to my heart.

I will miss you, Uncle Scott.
Jared Meyer
Family
January 8, 2021
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January 8, 2021
When someone leaves you, it is often the small things that you think about. With Uncle Scott, one of the things I will miss most is his smile. His eyes would crinkle in the corners, and his grin would encompass his whole face, drawing you in and warming your heart.
Laura Engelhardt
Family
January 7, 2021
Thinking of all of you A & D & Kel Bell. Love you. Sympathies and Blessings each and every day.
Jana Metge
Family
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