Peter "Scott" Stewart
1955 - 2021
BORN
1955
DIED
2021

Peter 'Scott' Stewart

Scott Stewart, 65, passed away unexpectedly on Feb. 12, 2021 at Billings Clinic Hospital.

Scott was born Oct. 6, 1955, to Edwin & Joyce Stewart in Billings, Montana. He attended schools in Billings and graduated from Billings Senior High, Class of '74. He was a trainer for the Senior High Football team. He played Little Guy Football at Gorham Park with his little brother, Carter. He loved to play basketball at the YMCA and golfing with his family. He loved the water; he traveled to Florida many summers with his family, including the Florida Keys where he learned to scuba dive. He loved attending hockey games to watch the Billings Blazers at the Metra. Scott never missed out on a new fad, he was always ahead of his time.

Scott worked for Taco Bell and Evergreen IGA before going to work for Options in 2008, where he retired in Dec.

Scott loved people. He never forgot a name or anyone he ever met. His memory was uncanny. He was a bonafide mischief-maker. The very thing he was asked NOT to do, was always the first thing he did. Once the action was discovered, he would laugh so uncontrollably in confrontation that it was impossible for anyone to stay mad. His favorite actor was Wally Kurth of Days of Our Lives. He tuned in daily. A highlight for him was while working at Taco Bell, he bragged to his coworkers that he was friends with Wally. No one believed him until one day Wally walked into the restaurant and said 'Hey Scott, I came by to see ya.' After living in the Bay Area for two years, Scott became a 49er fanatic. He had all the gear and loved placing bets with his brother.

Following his stroke in 2007, Scott lived in the Granger Group Home for the last 13 years of his life. Scott had many medical conditions, but always kept a positive attitude and a smile on his face. He never let any amount of adversity get him down. A phone call from Scott would always brighten your day and often leave you laughing hysterically.

Scott was preceded in death by his father Percy Edwin Stewart Jr and his brother Mark Stewart. He is survived by his mother Joyce, brother Carter & his mate Cass and her three children - especially Delaney with whom Scott shared a special bond.

Services will be at Dahl Funeral Chapel Friday Feb. 19, 2021 at 1 pm. Burial will follow at Yellowstone Memorial Park. Memories may be shared at www.dahlfuneralchapel.com.


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Published by Billings Gazette on Feb. 17, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Feb
19
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1:00p.m.
Dahl Funeral Chapels
10 Yellowstone Avenue, Billings, MT 59101
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Bill and Laverne
February 19, 2021
Carter and family I am so sorry to hear this. We enjoyed his visits so much at First Interstate! That is if we could see him due to the camouflage outfits he´d wear. I´ve thought about him often since I retired. What a sense of humor he had! I know it will be missed.
DeMaris Burt
February 19, 2021
I am so very sorry for your loss Carter, Joyce, Cass and all the rest of your family. I really enjoyed getting to know Scott and I will miss him greatly. We had some good times together and I will always remember assisting him with his showers. We always ended up cracking up by the time we were done and I usually got as wet as he did. He was a good guy , if a little mischevious. I am praying for you all
Mary Brink
February 18, 2021
Scott was a true sweetheart, and a charming fella. God bless.
Trevor
February 17, 2021