Scott J. Christensen
October 21, 1965 – October 22, 2021
Preceded in death by parents, Larry and Lorraine; sister, Kim Peters.
Survived by wife, Karla; children: Kara McGee (Shawn), Carl (Krystal), Zach (Samantha), Nick Lassek (Kelsey), Chelsey Merwald (Brad), and Kylee Christensen; numerous grandchildren; sister, Chris Perez (Tom); brother, Todd (Krista); nieces and nephews.
The Family will receive friends on Tuesday, October 26th, from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Wednesday, October 27th starting at 4pm at the Disabled American Veterans Hall at 4515 “F” Street. Memorials may be directed to the family.
My deepest sympathy goes out to all of Scott’s family members in their loss of a great man. I have many fond memories growing up with Scott at family gatherings. He was a special cousin, but more importantly, a special man! He will be missed, but never forgotten! May God bless Scott with eternal life with Him in Heaven & may God bless Scott’s family members with strength & understanding during these difficult times! RIP Scott!
First and far most I want to let the family know that my prayers and thoughts are with you.and by God’s grace you will found the comfort and strength to get through this difficult time in your life
Scott, I will miss you so very much but in my heart I know that God needed to take you home so he could wrap his arms around you to stop the hurting and give you the peace to rest your worried soul. Your journey here on earth maybe over but your journey in heaven is just beginning and it will be amazing and give you eternal life .
Rest In Peace, my friend
I love you
As we are coming up on your birthday, I just want to let your family know that we still think about you every day. We all miss you. Your chair always stays empty until it’s the last one to be sat in. I wish you would have called out to me, but it is what it is.
I have heard through rumors that your family’ is holding up, Kylee is doing well in college. ( you were so proud of her ). I miss you.