June 7, 1949 ~ January 27, 2016

Born in: Pikeville, Kentucky,
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Amos Terry Scott, 66, passed away Jan. 27, 2016. Survived by his daughters, Rachel (Phil) Tripplehorn, Shannon (Scott) Adams and Tracie (Mike) Gomez; four granddaughters, Sarah Tripplehorn, Elissah Gomez, Caitlyn Gomez and Victoria Adams; one grandson, Samuel Gomez; brother, Fonso (Marlene) Scott; sister-in-law, Mary Ann (Ross) Vigil; two nieces, Valerie Sword and Jill (Eric) Cranmer; and four nephews, Anthony (Margaret) Vigil, Brad Scott, Mason (Sheena) Scott and Donald (Donita) Scott. Preceded in death by his wife, Sandra 'Samme' Scott; parents; and older brother, Barney Scott. Terry was born to James Ed and Pearlie Scott on June 7, 1949, in Pikeville, Ky. He was a Vietnam Veteran having served in the U.S. Army 1968-1971 and was a member of the Veteran of Foreign Wars. Terry retired from the Bureau of Reclamation and enjoyed restoring his 1969 Bronco, welding, hunting, watching old western movies and spending time talking with family. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial Mass, 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 12, 2016, at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, 11th and Grand. Inurnment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Military honors by the U.S. Army National Guard Honor Guard. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. Terry,
    However brief, we spent some Great times on the “West Slope” in the old “Imp” & on sleds. The snow was deep, the weather cold and the work was – work. But you never lost your smile and that great Kentucky “We can do this” attitude. Your friendship is cherished, your love for nature is embedded and your passion for life is enlightening. I am thankful for the time spent together. You taught me well. They don’t make ’em like you anymore.
    Otis said it right, “I salute you as a Vet, I am honored by you as a fellow worker, I am a better person because of you.”
    May your family find God’s Peace, – See you on the “Other Side of the Creek”

  2. Terry,
    After having worked with you for three short years with the Bureau of Reclamation, I had never had such a friend for sixteen years of my life.
    You were one of the most memorable person’s that touched the lives of those that were ever took the time to know you! You went through some very trying times in life, being shot in the leg, bypass surgery, wife losing her leg, losing your wife in death then the final yours! Sir, I salute you as a Vet, I am honored by you as a fellow worker, I am a better person because of you! You calling me, laughing with me, your sharing with me in this travel though life! You are missed by me however not as much as the one’s closest to you! May you legacy continue through you little one’s! Rest in Peace my Brother and know that you were loved for he Love’s us all!

  3. I worked with Terry at the PDA back in 87-90. He was a good friend of Joey Montoya from Rocky Ford, CO. May you rest in Peace Terry.

  4. My deepest condolences to the family. May God’s tender mercies and your precious memories comfort you. And may somehow you find peace amidst such sorrow. Isaiah 41:10; 2 Corinthians 1:2-4, Psalm 55:22; Acts 24:15. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  5. Rest in Peace, Terry! I never had a chance to meet you but you raised an amazing daughter (Tracie). They will all miss you greatly! I pray you and Samme will watch over them and help them along. <3 God bless you, sir! <3

  6. I’m deeply sadden to hear of your passing Mr. Scott. I have some great memories of your family and the sleepovers with Shannon. I’m sure have us teenage girls laughing all night drove you and Mrs. Scott crazy. My prayers and love are with your family. HUGS girls.
    Tyrese

  7. Rest in peace my brother! It was a pleasure serving with you in the Army. Cindy and I will never forget the times we lived next to you in Colorado Springs. Your wife (Samme) and my wife Cindy became best of friends. You and I spent many hours talking, laughing, and just enjoying our lives. You will always be in our hearts, and we look forward to the time when we will meet again! Love, Mike & Cindy Sheets

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