Scott Eugene Britton

February 2, 1973 - October 24, 2019
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Scott Eugene Britton, born February 2, 1973, left this world on October 24, 2019. After a courageous battle, he is now celebrating a life free from cancer with his Heavenly Father. Scott was born in Springfield, MO to Gary and Jinny (Wright) Britton. He was a 1991 graduate of Parkview High School and a 1994 graduate of the Drury Law EnforcementContinue Reading

Noel Isaac left a message on October 17, 2022:
So hard to believe that it has been almost three years. Though Scotty was in alot of pain the last time I saw him, we were in his living room on the Sunday morning a week before he passed away and he told me that this wasn't the end, as he looked at me with confidence that God had something much greater in store for him in Heaven. Scotty put his full faith in Christ and Christ alone and to bare all his sins, and it was this strength that I saw in Scotty that brought me back to church and trying to turn from my sinful nature. Thank you for being a light for me brother. I'll see you in Heaven and we're gonna have a party.
Dennis Lewis left a message on November 8, 2019:
I just heard about Scott's passing. I hired Scott at Springfield Public Schools. A fine officer and role model for the kids he interacted with everyday. My condolences to Mandy and his children. He will be missed by many. Dennis Lewis
Deana Gibson left a message on October 29, 2019:
Jinny and Gary. Dave and I are so sorry. David and Deana Gibson
Mark Balzer left a message on October 29, 2019:
I knew Scott through his work with MOCIC, when he would visit member agencies with his helpful attitude and infectious smile. You will be missed. Rest in Peace, brother.
Jenifer Yuza left a message on October 28, 2019:
I was heart-broken to learn of Scott's passing. Way back in the summer of 1990, I met a boy at church camp in Joplin and have never forgotten him. I knew he was great the instant I spotted him in his wild (90s) hammer pants. Prayers to Scott's wife, daughters, parents and other loved ones who got the privilege to spend their lives with him.
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Connie Brooks left a message on October 27, 2019:
I had Scott in class. He was such a delight and a fun young man! My thoughts and prayers to all of his family! Scott thank you for making my teaching career easier! Prayers! Connie Miller Brooks
Kathy Yates Riley left a message on October 27, 2019:
Jinny and Gary, at times when Scottie was in the Rogersville Fire Department with Todd I felt like he was mine. Loved having him at our home so very much!! I won't even try to attempt to tell you I know how you feel........because I do not. I am praying God will reach down and touch you because He is the only one that can give you the strength to even continue on this earth. My heart is so broken for you and I am having such difficulty making an attempt to compose my condolences through tears. My son loved Scottie and I did as well. Praying God will comfort you. Love and many prayers. Kathy Hinton-Riley
Wendell Daniel left a message on October 26, 2019:
This is Wendell Daniel, Carl and Georgies grandson, mom and dad told me of your loss. We will be praying for you. God give you all strength for each day.
Allida Boles left a message on October 26, 2019:
Worked with Scott and Mandy at MOCIC. Scott was always smiling and so positive and upbeat. I was proud to call them my friend. My prayers go out to his family.
Sherry deeds left a message on October 26, 2019:
So proud to be called Scott’s friends! He was an amazing man, & he fought a very difficult battle. Happy to know he is celebrating in heaven. Sending our love & prayers.
Melissa Britton left a message on October 26, 2019:
Mandy, kids, Gary and Jinny, there are no words that I can say. I am beyond heartbroken for you guys. I love you with all my heart, and I am here for absolutely anything you need. Love you, Melissa Britton
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