Jason Hayes Scott

9/20/1977 – 6/24/2011

Jason H. Scott, 33, of Sioux Falls, died Friday, June 24, 2011, at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, SD, following health complications.

Jason Hayes Scott was born September 20, 1977, to Hayes and Kim (Boespflug) Lewis in Vancouver, WA.  Shortly after he was born, he and his mother moved to Valley Springs, SD, where he was raised and attended Brandon Valley schools.  After school, Jason worked in the Sioux Falls area in construction operating heavy equipment for different contractors.  Jason was blessed with the birth of three children; Jaeyden, Alyssah, and Kendra.  They were the love of his life and he loved spending time with them.  He loved to take them fishing or ATVing.  Anyone who knew Jason knew that he had a huge heart and would do anything to help someone.

Memorial Services will be held at 11am Thursday, June 30, at First Baptist Church chapel in Sioux Falls, SD, with Jerry Erickson officiating.

A memorial service will also be held in Vancouver, WA. See details below:

GRAVESIDE SERVICE
Sacred Heart Cemetery
Battle Ground, WA
Friday, July 29, 2011
1:30 pm

Jason is survived by his three children; Jaeyden, Alyssah, and Kendra Scott, of Sioux Falls, his father; Hayes Lewis, and his mother, Kim Lewis of Portland, OR, and his dad, Perry Scott of Brandon; one sister Nichole Scott and one brother, Brockington Scott, both of Sioux Falls.

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  • Jason Dohlmann says:

    I worked with Jason at Concrete Materials. He was great coworker and a dear friend. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to him and his family. Jason Dohlmann

  • Mandy Holman says:

    I knew Jason a long time ago and loved him for the kind caring person that he was. He was always had a shoulder to cry on, a hug to say hello or good bye, and a smile on his face! I remember the last time I saw him all he could do is brag about his kids with the biggest smile on his face. Even thou it has been a while since the last time I saw him my heart still broke when I heard the news.

    In a lifetime a lot of people come and go, some you forget, some it takes a little while or a picture to remember then you have people like Bubba who no matter how long it’s been since you’ve seen the they are unforgettable and ALWAYS in you hart.

  • Sonja and shilo says:

    To perry,nikki,brock, jaeyden n the rest of the scott family, our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Sorry we couldnt attend the service, we are out of town. Jason will be missed by many!! I only wish he could have
    Realized that!

  • Jeannelle says:

    I will always remember your kind spirit and wonderful laugh. You were such a nice person. It was always nice to run into and catch up. The last time I saw you, you were with your daughters. I will always remember the way you guys looked at each other, they knew you loved them so much. It was great growing up with you, Brock and Nikki. You were like another big brother. I will miss getting to chat with you.
    Scott Family~ My heart and prayers are with you today and always.

  • Tamika Larsen says:

    OMG Jason, why? I cant believe you are gone and I didnt get to say goodbye… I just talked to you last week and now you gone…. I love you and you will always forever be in my heart… You have been one of my bestfriends since 6th grade, I will forever cherish the memories we made together… My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  • Lorna & Scott Stratman Family says:

    Our hearts go out to the entire Scott family during this very difficult time. We recently had a great visit with Jason and Nikki in March and shared some memories and laughs. We are so sorry for your loss. Prayers and blessings to your family.

  • Michelle Boespflug Lopez says:

    I am Jason’s Aunt Shelley and Loved Jason very much. This is a huge loss to us all! I just spoke with you and had no idea it would be the last time I told you that I loved you. I wish you knew how many people cared for you and will miss you in our lives. Knowing that you knew Christ softens the blow as we will be together again soon. When you were a little boy you were such a sweetie pie that I wanted to grow up and have a son just like you. I was blessed to have 3, and we will all miss you. I now only have our memories and will cherish them always.

  • Samantha Jo Ellington says:

    Oh Jason, sooo many people loved you and cared about you!! I can’t believe you’re gone!! It is sooo different without you here. We had the PERFECT day on Monday, you were sooo happy!! It still doesn’t feel real and it’s been 2 weeks since I last saw you. I went to go see you on thursday and I WISH they would have let me in to see you!! I was with you all the time, you were always there for me, you were my best friend and my boyfriend. I will forever and always love you with every fiber of my being. You will always have a place in my heart. I think about you all the time, I keep waiting for you to call me…but you’re not going to. Thats the hard part. Your kids and your family are going through a really tough time!! Please be there for them and help them get through this. We all need you, Jason. All we have left are the memories…when all we really want …is the chance to make more. We love you and miss you SOO much! May you finally find peace Jason Hayes Scott. <3

  • Terrence and Cami Kuchta says:

    Jason, you were a great friend and you will be truly missed! We have alot of memories about you but one sticks out the most for us and we will never forget! On our wedding night almost 3yrs ago, you stayed till the very end of the night. After the dance we were going to call a cab to drive us back to our hotel in Sioux Falls. You insisted that there was no need for a cab that you wanted to drive us. So we said sure, we would like that. You said you had to walk aways to get your car, so we waited. I stood there in my beautiful wedding dress and Terrence in his tuxedo, we were so happy and talking about what a beautiful day our day was. Looking at the stars in the country on perfect quiet night! Than we heard this loud noise coming towards us, as the noise came closer we realized it was a big long car as big as a boat and loud! Due to no muffler! Than out you jumped from this car and yelled, “How do you guys like my hooptie!?! Us 3 stood there for a minute and all of us just burst out laughing, and laughing and laughing! You ran around to the passenger side and opened our doors like a gentleman and we we off!! We all laughed about it the whole ride! We pulled up to the Sheraton, you jumped out of the “Hooptie” before the bellman could get there and opened our doors for us! We got alot of looks thats for sure! lol! You gave us both a big hug and wished us a great life together! We would not have changed that ride for anything! It truly ment alot to us, and is a memory we will never forget!
    Jason, we pray that you are with the Lord now, and we pray you rest in peace. We love you and miss you! And we will always be here for Jaeyden! He is such a great kid with such a big heart just like you! I know he misses you so much! You were his Hero! Please watch over him from heaven. Our prayers go out to Jaeyden, Mindy, Nikki and the entire Scott family and friends of Jason’s. May God bless you all at this hard time and always!!!

  • Liz Ludens says:

    The kids miss you so much, kaden asks about you daily. We miss seeing you every morning, and being the last thing we saw every night. I wish there was more people could have done to help you. I loved you so much, regaurdless of the tag along we had to deal with. You will be with us in our hearts. Watch over Jaeyden, Nikki and Mindy need your help to raise that young man into a great man.

    We love and miss you.

  • Kim Boespflug - Lewis says:

    I would like to thank the Heartland Funeral Home for everything that they have done for our entire family during this very hard time. I especially liked having this Web Site for people to write too. I have found comfort in reading the notes from all of Jason’s friends and my sister Shelly. Thank you, to all for the kind words, thoughts and prayers. Jason will be so missed by many, many people. He touched alot of lives. Tomorrow, July 29th, 2011 we will put Jason to rest. I believe that he will finally be at peace.

  • Kim Boespflug-Lewis says:

    I would like to say thank you to the Heartland Funeral Home for all that they have done for our entire family during this very hard time. I especially like having this Web Page for all of Jason’s friends and family to write too. I have found comfort in reading all of the very kind words, thoughts and prayers that have been written on this page. Thank you, to all. Jason touched alot of peoles lives and he will be sorely missed. Jason will be put to rest tomorrow, July 29th, 2011. I do believe that he will finally be at peace.
    (Jason, please watch over your children and guide them through this tough world. I love you with all of my being. I am asking for your help to give me stregnth.)
    I love you.

  • Jason Johnson says:

    Wow, I just heard the news, and am saddened to hear of this loss. I haven’t seen Jason in about 12 years, but remember him fondly. My thoughts are with the family in this tough time…

  • A. Jackson says:

    My deepest sympathies over the loss of your dear loved one. While a few words offer peace during a diffcult time, perhaps the words expressed at Revelation 21:3,4 provide you with both comfort and hope knowing that soon death and sickness will one day be a thing of the past.

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