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Stanley Clayton Scott

October 12, 1952 — December 1, 2023


Stanley Clayton Scott, a true example of strength and kindness, passed away on December 1, 2023, at the age of 71. Born on October 12, 1952, in Andrews, Texas to Forest and Vida Scott, Stanley leaves behind a legacy of compassion, dedication, and unwavering commitment.

Stanley's journey in education began early on, as he discovered his passion for teaching and coaching. Throughout his career, he had the privilege of imparting knowledge and guidance to numerous students in various school districts across the state of Texas. His expertise extended beyond the classroom walls as he eventually transitioned into becoming a school counselor – touching the lives of countless young individuals.

Graduating from Andrews High School, Stanley's talent in track and field earned him a scholarship to West Texas State University where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta. Determined to further expand his knowledge and skills, Stanley pursued a Master’s degree at Texas Tech University in counseling. His educational journey marked the beginning of his mission to make a profound difference in the lives of others.

His contributions extended far beyond teaching and counseling; Stanley was an integral part of the track community. He not only officiated numerous track meets but also actively sought to develop other officials by sharing his expertise generously. His commitment to this sport led him to acquire master level certification as a track and field official. Stanley proudly worked at Olympic trials multiple times—an achievement that highlighted his commitment and expertise.

Stanley's voice resonated not only on the track but also behind the microphone as he provided radio commentary for high school football games. His enthusiasm and love for the sport shone through his words, captivating listeners with every call he made.

Stanley found solace in spending time in the mountains, his heart at peace amidst nature's beauty. Additionally, Stanley found joy in gardening—a true reflection of his nurturing spirit.

As an active member of the South Plains Church of Christ, Stanley served as a Deacon, selflessly dedicating his time to supporting and uplifting others in their faith journey. His genuine care and support touched the lives of many within the congregation.

It is with heavy hearts that we mourn Stanley's passing due to ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis). However, we choose to celebrate his life—a life filled with accomplishments that brought joy and inspiration to those around him.

Stanley leaves behind a loving family who will forever cherish their memories together. He is survived by his devoted wife Judy Maloney Scott, son Michael Scott (wife Angie), daughter Allison Thomas (husband Kyle), brothers Larry (wife Susan), and Carl (wife Renee), granddaughter Kylie Scott, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Stanley Clayton Scott will always be remembered as a teacher, coach, counselor, mentor, friend, husband, father, brother, grandfather—his impact imprinted on the lives of so many. His sense of humor brightened many lives – bringing laughter into every room he entered. As we bid farewell to this remarkable man who touched our hearts deeply, we hold onto gratitude for having had Stanley among us. May his memory continue to inspire kindness and compassion in all our endeavors.

A visitation will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., Thursday, December 7,2023 at the Venue on Broadway. A celebration of life service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, December 8, 2023, at South Plains Church of Christ with burial to follow at Resthaven Memorial Park.

In Stanley's honor and memory donations can be made to the West Texas ALS Support Group.

P.O. Box 53333

Lubbock, Texas, 79453

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