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Ronald Earl Scott

July 3, 1947 – September 24, 2021


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It is with great sorrow we have to announce the passing of our husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, also known as PaPa.

Ronnie was born July 3, 1947 to his parents, Earl C. Scott and Wanda B. (Ward) Scott, in Clovis, New Mexico where he lived most of his life. He was their oldest son and was followed by his brother, David, and his sister, Sharon.

Ronnie married Sharon K. Reid in 1964 and they celebrated 57 years of marriage. Born to this union were two daughters who were the light of his life, Jackie Lynn Jouett (Mike) and Dironda Leann Walley. They had five wonderful grandchildren, Larry Stapp (Rebecca), Sherri Gomez (Johnny), Randy Stapp (Callie), Ashleigh Garcia (Chris), and Ronnie Walley (Liz) and two step-grandchildren, Erica Wally and David Jouett. These grandchildren gave him 12 great-grandchildren. Ronnie is also survived by his sisters, Sharon Askew and Geraldine (Tom) Cress and brother, Raymond (Rita) Reid.

Ronnie started going to work with his dad at Alexander’s Market when he was six years old. He learned how to sack groceries and later stack shelves.

He kept this job until he went to work for Swift. While at Swift he went back and forth to Eastern New Mexico University and received his degree in Accounting.

He then went to work for ENM Rural Telephone Co-op. He was hired to be the Assistant Manager of Accounting. While working at ENMR he was taught how to climb a telephone pole. He was a knowledgeable employee in all aspects of rural telephone co-op’s.

He retired from ENMR after 27 years of employment. He enjoyed his job and all of the people he worked with.

He was preceded in death by his beloved mother, Wanda, brother, David; and son-in-law, Bob Walley; and his in-laws, Raymond And Dorothy Reid.

We will be having a celebration of life in Clovis, New Mexico at a later date.

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9 responses to “Ronald Earl Scott”

  1. Jackie says:

    I miss and love you so much Daddy!

  2. Cecilia Baize says:

    Such a wonderful man. He will be missed. My heart to the entire family.

  3. Dan Carroll says:

    Ronnie was a kind and wonderful man. May a lifetime of fond memories bring you some comfort as you navigate through your days of sorrow.

  4. Brad Algire says:

    God bless this family

  5. Lexie Sparks says:

    My heart cries for Sharon, girls, and family. Ronnie was a joy to be around, and a wonderful all around friend, he will greatly missed.

  6. Beverly Brewer says:

    I’m so very sorry for your loss. Ronnie always had a smile on his face. He was the best, kindest, caring boss and friend. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  7. Jeff Gray & Cara Gray says:

    Dearest Smith family, We are so sorry to hear of Ronnie’s passing !! Always a kind soul with that loving grin, he will be missed !! Thoughts & Prayers to the whole family !!

  8. Mary McGinnis Goodwin says:

    Ronnie always had a quick smile and a hardy chuckle and laugh. He was so likable growing up, and I remember him well. I’m glad we were able to visit at reunions.

  9. Wayne Russell says:

    Prayers and condolences to Ronnie’s family. He will be truly missed by many. I had the pleasure of knowing Ronnie while employed at ENMR years ago. Ronnie was always a kind and gentle person towards me, and always had a smile that made a person think he was up to something mischievous. Rest in Peace Mr. Ronnie Scott.

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Ronald Earl Scott

July 3, 1947 – September 24, 2021


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It is with great sorrow we have to announce the passing of our husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, also known as PaPa.

Ronnie was born July 3, 1947 to his parents, Earl C. Scott and Wanda B. (Ward) Scott, in Clovis, New Mexico where he lived most of his life. He was their oldest son and was followed by his brother, David, and his sister, Sharon.

Ronnie married Sharon K. Reid in 1964 and they celebrated 57 years of marriage. Born to this union were two daughters who were the light of his life, Jackie Lynn Jouett (Mike) and Dironda Leann Walley. They had five wonderful grandchildren, Larry Stapp (Rebecca), Sherri Gomez (Johnny), Randy Stapp (Callie), Ashleigh Garcia (Chris), and Ronnie Walley (Liz) and two step-grandchildren, Erica Wally and David Jouett. These grandchildren gave him 12 great-grandchildren. Ronnie is also survived by his sisters, Sharon Askew and Geraldine (Tom) Cress and brother, Raymond (Rita) Reid.

Ronnie started going to work with his dad at Alexander’s Market when he was six years old. He learned how to sack groceries and later stack shelves.

He kept this job until he went to work for Swift. While at Swift he went back and forth to Eastern New Mexico University and received his degree in Accounting.

He then went to work for ENM Rural Telephone Co-op. He was hired to be the Assistant Manager of Accounting. While working at ENMR he was taught how to climb a telephone pole. He was a knowledgeable employee in all aspects of rural telephone co-op’s.

He retired from ENMR after 27 years of employment. He enjoyed his job and all of the people he worked with.

He was preceded in death by his beloved mother, Wanda, brother, David; and son-in-law, Bob Walley; and his in-laws, Raymond And Dorothy Reid.

We will be having a celebration of life in Clovis, New Mexico at a later date.

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9 responses to “Ronald Earl Scott”

  1. Jackie says:

    I miss and love you so much Daddy!

  2. Cecilia Baize says:

    Such a wonderful man. He will be missed. My heart to the entire family.

  3. Dan Carroll says:

    Ronnie was a kind and wonderful man. May a lifetime of fond memories bring you some comfort as you navigate through your days of sorrow.

  4. Brad Algire says:

    God bless this family

  5. Lexie Sparks says:

    My heart cries for Sharon, girls, and family. Ronnie was a joy to be around, and a wonderful all around friend, he will greatly missed.

  6. Beverly Brewer says:

    I’m so very sorry for your loss. Ronnie always had a smile on his face. He was the best, kindest, caring boss and friend. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  7. Jeff Gray & Cara Gray says:

    Dearest Smith family, We are so sorry to hear of Ronnie’s passing !! Always a kind soul with that loving grin, he will be missed !! Thoughts & Prayers to the whole family !!

  8. Mary McGinnis Goodwin says:

    Ronnie always had a quick smile and a hardy chuckle and laugh. He was so likable growing up, and I remember him well. I’m glad we were able to visit at reunions.

  9. Wayne Russell says:

    Prayers and condolences to Ronnie’s family. He will be truly missed by many. I had the pleasure of knowing Ronnie while employed at ENMR years ago. Ronnie was always a kind and gentle person towards me, and always had a smile that made a person think he was up to something mischievous. Rest in Peace Mr. Ronnie Scott.

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