Scott Matthew Rowe, 55, of North Richland Hills passed away July 30, 2020. Scott was born January 21, 1965 Torrance, California.
Celebration of Life will be held, Saturday, August 8th, 2 pm at Forest Ridge Memorial Park Chapel, 8525 Mid Cities Blvd., North Richland Hills, Texas 76182.
Everyone loved Scott for his ability to make us burst out laughing, at times make us cringe and mostly for creating a genuine connection with anyone, anywhere. He was a human juke box and loved to challenge us on the artist, song and lyrics. He was wound tight with high energy, our very own Tasmanian Devil. Upon meeting Scott, you may believe that is all he is, but he was so much more. He was extremely generous, kind, giving of his time and expertise. He had a keen eye and was a perfectionist in his trade as an Electrician, Builder of things or as a Project Manager.
He absolutely adored his wife Millibeth (Baby Cakes). He was always, without fail, so kind and thoughtful toward her. He lived and loved to make her smile!
Scott will be loved and truly missed by his Step-Mother, Dorothy Rowe whom he loved for her quick and infinite wisdom. His children – Chace Rowe, Megan Rowe, Datha Cruz, Kaitlin Evans and granddaughter Jameson Beth Cruz. He truly loved them all with an extreme love and desire to make their world better in every way possible.
He will always be loved and in the hearts of his siblings – Dane, Cristy, Laura, Cheryl, Patrick, Tim, Dina, Kelly, Mike, Barbara and Delores. Also, a host of other family members; and many friends he considered an extended part of his family.
Scott was preceded in death by his father, Warren Rowe from whom Scott inherited his restlessness, the ability to deliver on a well executed plan, and the inability to sit still. Mother- Nancy D’Angelo who shared the same beautiful smile and quick wit as Scott . Step-Dad - James Dieffenwierth II who was his mentor and created a powerful work ethic with Scott.
We will miss you Weirdrowe! We will forever remember your shenanigans, your tremendous love for life and your magnanimous spirit! You were one of a kind!
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