Scott William McKinney
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Scott William McKinney Scott William McKinney, 50, died unexpectedly in Austin on July 26, 2010. He was a 1978 graduate of Crockett High School and attended Tarleton State University for two years, majoring in industrial arts. Scott, a journeyman electrician, loved his work. In fact he would do anything to fix a problem one was having. Scott would like to be remembered by those who knew him by the way he lived his relationships to them. He is survived by his father Carl (Al) McKinney and his uncle Wilbur and wife Nancy McKinney of Tyler. Visitation for family and friends will be 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Friday, July 30, 2010 at Harrell Funeral Home, Austin, TX. Memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, July 31, 2010 at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 2128 Barton Hills Drive, Austin



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Published in Austin American-Statesman on Jul. 29, 2010.
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August 11, 2010
Dear Al,
We were so sorry to hear about your loss of your son. Though we never met I remember you telling you 2 put together the mail baskets before you left the firm. We had planned on being there with you but we had a loss in our family at the same time. You have been in our prayers. Just know this Al I will always love you and think of you as a lifetime friend.

Love, Kay and Rodney Young
August 2, 2010
Al,

Brian BJ here from down the street on Comburg Castle Way (of years past). I recall my occassional travels with you and Scott to the Lake back in the late 1970s and my subsequent visits with him over the past 30 years while visiting my dad. We would often compare notes on our two Datsun "Z" cars -- his was always much shinnier than mine -- and he always had a huge smile on his face when discussing recent "tweaks" he had made on his car.

I pray for you, Al, and urge you to call upon the Lord to get you through this difficult time. As He says, "trust Me in times of trouble, and I will rescue you, and you will give Me glory."
Brian B
July 30, 2010
Al- I'm so sorry for your loss. Your son and you as well did not deserve this. I will pray for you and hope you come out stronger after.
Geoff Willig
July 30, 2010
We are grieving over the loss of Scott. He was like a son and was always a good neighbor. His presence is still felt around our house and yard. He did so much for us.
Love, Lewis and Marge Wood
Marge Wood
July 30, 2010
Al, we were so very sorry to hear about Scott! We watched that kid grow up! We're so sad. Please know that you are in our thoughts. Sandy & Bill Boyd (Williamsburg, VA)
July 30, 2010
We remember him Scott from our Crockett yearbook.Patricia and Kevin Dobbs express our sorrow for such an uneccessary loss to the family of Scott Mc Kinney
Kevin Dobbs
July 29, 2010
We're so sorry for your loss. Forever into the wild blue yonder. Our hearts go out to you, good buddy.

Pat and Cheri Doyle, Austin
July 29, 2010
Al, there aren't any words that will ease your pain. Just know that I love you and that you are in my Heart.
Diana C
July 29, 2010
Al, our hearts are deeply saddened with your great loss of Scott. He was such a nice young man. We enjoyed his many visits in our home, and impressed with his knowledge and ability to fix most anything. We shall miss him so very much. Our thoughts and blessing are with you. Jim & Debbie LaChance
Jim & Debbie LaChance
July 29, 2010
My heartfelt condolences to the family.
Larry Shumake
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