Scott Alan Welch, 56, of Longview, passed away on December 14, 2020.
Scott was born on May 30, 1964 to Harold Eugene and Shirley Ann Childress Welch. He graduated from Daingerfield High School in 1982. Scott attended college at Texas A&M and was a true Aggie fan through and through. Scott worked for Stemco in Longview for 22 years before retiring in 2013 due to medical issues.
Scott was a loving father, brother, and a friend to all. Scott never met a stranger and was always up for a good conversation with anyone that could keep up with him. Scott had a love for Texas Aggies football like no other. He loved to watch his daughter, Hannah, play softball for LeTourneau Yellowjackets. He was looking forward to watching his daughter, Baylee, graduate from Texas A&M next spring and then continue on to get her degree in law.
Scott was preceded in death by his parents, Harold and Shirley Welch. He is also preceded in death by grandparents, Herbert and Willie Mae Welch and Corrie and Pearl Childress; uncles, Junior Moore Childress and Danny Welch; cousins, Tracey Doss and Dana Welch Crawford.
He is survived by his two daughters, Baylee Nicole Welch, of College Station and Hannah Grace Welch, of Longview; sister, Nan Welch Logan of Daingerfield; nephew, Tyler Logan and fiance’ Harley Collard of Daingerfield; great-niece, Tatum Logan of Daingerfield. He is also survived by cousins, Corrie Childress and wife Dawn; James Childress and wife Amanda; Barbara Holland; Mark Childress and Barry Childress and wife Eliza.
Scott is also survived by several close friends that he considered brothers. Mark Childress of Round Rock; Byran Moore of Hewitt; Kenneth Hicks of Jacksonville; Tony Truitt of Austin; Rodney Byrd of Hughes Springs; Terry Lee of Daingerfield and Bro. Chad Thompson of Daingerfield. He loved each and everyone of them like they were his own blood brothers.
Donations made be made to South Union Baptist Church in Daingerfield.
There will be no funeral or graveside service, per Scott’s wishes.
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