PAUL WARNER SCOTT Paul W. Scott, 68, Tonganoxie, KS passed 7/6/2017. Visitation: 6-8pm Tues. July 11 and Mass: 9:30am Wed. July 12, both at Holy Angels Catholic Church 15440 Leavenworth Rd. Basehor KS. 66007.
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Published by Kansas City Star on Jul. 11, 2017.
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A great guy always with a smile. Longtime friend and teammate with the Kansas City Avengers.
I remember many great times on the softball field but the one that stands out for me is the throw Paul made from right field to home against New Mexico. The man was out by 10 feet and that throw was a major factor in the Avengers winning the game and tournament.
Rodney Brock
August 25, 2017
A great man and firefighter will be truly missed. Rest In Peace and God Bless.
Wayne Deines
August 15, 2017
Just saw a news report in TV about Paul's passing, didn't know the accident involving Paul had occurred. So very sorry to here this awful news, may he Rest In Peace.
Wayne Deines
August 15, 2017
I was shocked to hear about the tragic accident that happened to Paul. We were your neighbors on Parkview many years ago. I have fond memories of him and you and your family. I am saying prayers for you and your family.
Joan (Elliott) Hornbeak
July 18, 2017
What a loss. A great guy who was always smiling with a great positive attitude about everything. I have many wonderful memories with Paul on the softball fields at Cottonwood park & with The KC Avengers softball team. Prayers to you Sharon & your family. Your old teammate.
Chuck Stout
July 16, 2017
It was a pleasure working with you at Penny'S Concrete. You were always so Positive and uplifting. You will be missed by all. Never an unkind word.
Roy Gault
July 11, 2017
So sorry for your loss. Such a tragedy what a kind sweet man. Prayers and hugs too all the family
Janet Pace
July 11, 2017
Words cannot begin to express how heartbroken we are for the loss of this awesome man. Always smiling. Always willing to help. We had many great years at the FD with Paul. His nickname was Mr. Funk and Wagnalls because there wasn't anything he did not know! He also knew everything about music and helped us win many contests on WHB while listening to the radio at the fire station. There isn't enough room on this page to describe what a wonderful guy Paul was. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family. We lost a great brother!
Carol and Don Harper
July 11, 2017
We are thinking of you and your family, Sharon. When I think of Paul, sincere and handsome are the first two words that come to mind. Will try to keep those thoughts and memories of fun times at the station and after but he left this earth to darn soon. Prayers, Jan and Bob Hartley
July 11, 2017