Scott Steven Farr

February 15, 1964 - 
August 7, 2021
Scott Steven Farr
Birthplace: Cincinnati, OH
Resided In: Huntsville, AL

Scott Steven Farr, loving husband and father, friend to all, went to be with his Lord and Savior on August 7, 2021. Scott is predeceased by his beloved daughter Abbey and parents, Robert and Carolyn Farr. He is survived by wife Kelley and son Kendall, step-children Kelsey (& husband Milton) Merriam, Samuel Reynolds, Kassidy Reynolds, Kaitlyn Watson and his six beautiful grandchildren. He is also survived by his sisters and brother, Susan Markem, Lynn Underwood, and Bruce Farr, all of his nieces and nephews whom he loved and held dear as well as his wife from a previous marriage, Tracey.

Scott was born in Cincinnati, OH but spent most of his life in the state of Alabama, which he considered home. As a graduate from Auburn University, he applied his learned skills working as a business professional supporting organizations both nationwide and internationally. Scott’s zeal was to love and support others both in his personal life and business. His professional efforts allowed him to pursue and support his passion of helping missionaries and ministries throughout the world to further spread the gospel.

Scott shared his joy of Christ and love of family with all whom he knew. His most cherished memories were fellowship and travel with Kelley and all of his children. He would often share with others his mission trips abroad and specifically he held dear the mission trip to the Bahamas with his daughter Abbey, and to Haiti with his son Kendall. While Scott’s time with Kelley is marked as 8 years, they were soulmates and in their season, they loved a lifetime.

Scott will be greatly missed. The memories and positive impact he had on those whom he touched will forever remain in our hearts and our lives. His family finds solace in Scott’s deep and spiritual relationship with God and the understanding that with his passing, his past was with his family, his present is with his God, and in the future they will all be together. 

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