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Scott Lynn Douglas

 

 


Scott Lynn DouglasScott Lynn Douglas was born April 29, 1960, in Julesburg.


Scott spent as much time on horseback as he possibly could, starting from a young boy pestering his dad, uncles, and grandpa to let him go ride, leading to his time on the Sterling High School Rodeo Team, and performing with the Sterling Silver Spurs Drill Team. He continued this horse passion while adopting and training a wild mustang, working at the Grand Island Race Tracks, hauling cattle over the road, and working cattle on different ranches in Colorado and Nevada.

Scott Lynn Douglas, 51, of Salina, Kan., lost his long battle with cancer on May 31, 2011, while still keeping his great sense of humor and teasing. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. July 9 at the Ovid Cemetery, where he will be laid to rest near his mother.

He is survived by his five children, Matthew, Jason, Cassandra, Jamie, and Stasha; grandchildren, Emma of Texas, Jennifer, Kindra, Kailee, Talon, Lee Anna, Brooks, Zackery, and Leeanna, all of Idaho; siblings; Terri Wagner and husband Dave of Oregon, Cindy Fowles and husband Steve of Kansas, Dave Douglas of Kansas, Vicky Millard and husband John of Colorado, Jodie Douglas of Colorado, Lance Douglas of California; many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Peggy Douglas and Richard Douglas; and his grandparents, Gene and Agnes Hollingsworth, and Viola Rose Douglas.

 

 



 

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