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Scott Allen McCard Sr.


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Scott Allen McCard Sr. Obituary
Scott Allen McCard Sr.

It is with deep sadness for all of his loved ones to announce the sudden and unexpected passing of Scott Allen McCard Sr. on Saturday, March 11th, 2017. Taken from us too soon; he was only 58 years old when he passed away peacefully at home during his sleep, due to complications with his heart. Born on June 3rd, 1958 in San Pedro, CA to Kenneth "Buzz" McCard and Velma McCard as the third of six children. He was raised in Lomita, CA and attended Narbonne High. Immediately following his high school graduation, Scott joined the United States Air Force, where he proudly served his country for a term of four years. After honorably discharging from the military, Scott worked for McDonnell Douglas as an aircraft mechanic, specializing in 747's. Eagerly following in his father's footsteps, he later joined the Longshoreman's union where he worked for the past twenty years or so. Scott's passion was his family. He loved nothing more than a fun family party where he could socialize and spend quality time with all those that he loved so dearly. One of his greatest joys was spoiling and playing with his grandchildren. Scott was blessed with three children: Malissa Messier and husband Scott, Deanna Johnson and husband Dave, and Scott McCard Jr. and wife Sarah. He is survived by his children, six grandchildren: Madison Reynolds (12), Greyson Messier (10), twin grandson's Slader Messier and Stryder Messier (4), Zoey McCard (3), and Parker Johnson (7 week's old). Sadly, Scott also leaves behind his mother, Velma McCard, and siblings: Cindy MacGilvray and husband Mike, Karen Negrinelli and husband Curt, Cheryl Munoz and husband Dave, Todd McCard, as well as several nieces, nephew's, aunt's, uncles, and cousins. Scott was loved by so many, and so many he loved. He had an amazing sense of humor and loved to tease and joke around with his loved ones. His laugh was loud and infectious; you couldn't help but join in with the laughter. We will always fondly carry his memory in our hearts, and he will never be forgotten. Though we are so sad about his passing, we take solace in knowing that Scott is with his Heavenly Father, his dad, Buzz, and his brother, Gary, in heaven. There will be a visitation held at Green Hills Memorial Park Wednesday, March 22nd from 5pm to 8pm. The funeral mass will be held at Holy Trinity church in San Pedro on Thursday, March 23rd at 10am with a procession to Green Hills Memorial Park for the burial. Reception will be held at the VFW in Lomita, CA. at 1pm. Please sign the guest book at www.dailybreeze.com.
Published in Daily Breeze on Mar. 19, 2017
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