Ronald David Scott

Ronald David Scott

Job Opening:  Ron Scott February 22, 1961, to March 14, 2020

Ronald David Scott, 59, of Meeteetse died March 14, 2020, at his home after fighting a long battle with colon cancer. 

Ron was born in Casper to Charles and Phyllis Scott. They lived in Glenrock and Kemmerer, then later moved to their homestead in Meeteetse, where Ron graduated from high school in 1979. 

Ron, Shane and their father Charles owned Grass Creek Lumber from 1978 to 1988. He obtained his commercial helicopter license and flew in various locations around the world. Ron joined the ranks of the oil field where he became an expert in enhanced oil recovery and traveled globally for years. 

He expanded his businesses to Hays, Kan., where he developed phenomenal working and personal relationships with the oil community. His first home was always Meeteetse, but Kansas was close in his heart.

He met the love of his life Casey whom he married in December of 1999. Together they raised five children Josh, Thad, Casey Lee, Savanna and JB.

Ron is preceded in death by his mother (Phyllis Scott) and his father (Charles Scott), brothers Charles Jr. (Gus), Vernon and Dale.

He is survived by Casey Scott of Meeteetse, son Josh (Stevie) Scott of Natoma, Kan., son Thad (Heidi) Scott of Natoma, Casey Lee (Lori) Sharp of Natoma, Savanna (Matt) MacConnell, of Natoma, JB Sharp of Meeteetse, brother Shane (Denise) Scott of Meeteetse, and loving extended family. 

He was also a grandfather to 15 grandchildren – Fred, Barney, BamBam, Hairy, Bozo, Howler, Shaun, Kevvis, Kaia, Trey, Darion, Ethan, Jillian, Boden and Starzyn.

There will be a graveside service on Friday, March 20, at 11 a.m. at the Meeteetse Cemetery. No services will be held at the Community Church at this time.

Condolences to the family can be made at BallardFH.com. 

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