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KENNETH D. SCOTT Kenneth D. Scott, 90, of Pahrump, passed away December 7, 2020. Born May 10, 1930 to Otis and Elizabeth Scott in Hugo, OK. He moved to Las Vegas in 1943, and was a 62-year resident of Las Vegas and a 15-year resident of Pahrump. He graduated from Las Vegas High School in 1948, worked at Nevada Power for 39 years, and was a charter member of First Southern Baptist Church in Las Vegas. He is survived by his loving wife, of 53 years, Karen Scott; one son, Duane Scott of Pahrump; one daughter, Reesa Scott of Reno; and many nephews and nieces. Kenneth loved the Lord, his family and friends. He loved to tell jokes, never met a stranger and worked hard to provide for his family. He will be missed more than words can express. Service for Kenneth will be on Tuesday, December 15th, at 10:00 AM at Palm Mortuary located at 7600 S. Eastern Avenue. Burial will follow at 11:00 AM. A memorial service for Kenneth will be held in Pahrump at a later date.

Published by Las Vegas Review-Journal on Dec. 11, 2020.
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Uncle Ken, It´s still hard to believe that you aren´t with us anymore. You had been such a blessing to me growing up. The love and affection for us all was beyond measure. I miss you so much. But I rejoice that you are with our Lord and Savior. I look forward to seeing you in Heaven one day. Love you, Sean
Sean Pierson
December 18, 2020
Scotty was one of a kind! Always smiling with a few words of wisdom. I worked briefly with him at Nevada Power. One of a kind. Will surely be missed.
December 14, 2020
Words can not express how much Ken influenced me as a young boy. He was a mentor and a shining example of a good Christian man. Ken organized and ran the Royal Ambassadors, a young boys organization at First Southern Baptist Church. He taught us how to live a Christian life and we had so much fun playing baseball, basketball, hiking and camping. Ken would even pick most of the boys up for our weekly meeting and transport us to church and special events in his pick-up truck. The truck bed would be full of boys and sports equipment. This was in the early 60's, Las Vegas a smaller town and much simpler times. All the while teaching us how to live a Christ filled life. Thanks Ken Scott and as you go to your final reward, THANKS again for the time and Christian teaching you gave this young boy. It has carried be through a wonderful lifetime. P.S. Say HI to my mom and dad, and all our old gang at First Southern Baptist.
Terry Edwards
December 11, 2020
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