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William “Scott” McWhorter

Last updated on September 2, 2021

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William “Scott” McWhorter, age 56, of Rockwall, TX, previously of Eastvale, CA, passed away on August 22, 2021. He was born August 31, 1964, in Kailua, Hawaii, to William George McWhorter and Margaret Louise (Paul) McWhorter. Scott served his country in the U.S. Army. Scott was a very hard-working successful business owner. Scott had volunteered his time as a Boy Scout leader and was active with local Community Emergency Response teams. He was excitedly looking forward to starting a new chapter of early retirement in Rockwall with his beloved wife and family. Scott was kind, joyful, gentle, and loved a good belly laugh. He was friendly, humble and the littlest of things made him happy. Perhaps most important to Scott was the love and complete devotion he had for his family. His presence will be deeply missed, but his imprint will be everlasting to those who were blessed to know him. Scott’s joyous light shines brightly from Heaven!

Scott is survived by his loving wife: Michelle Saffell McWhorter; sons: Zachary and Matthew McWhorter; brother: Tom McWhorter and spouse Yvette; uncle: Jim Paul and spouse Bobbie; niece: Krysten New and spouse Stephen, and their children Parker and Wrigley; nephews: Reed Saffell and spouse, Ali, and David Morrow; niece: Jennifer Saffell Parrott and spouse Jeff and their children Hannah and Hudson; cousins: Charles Collins and wife Kandhy, and Nick Haluskey and wife Shannon; father-in-law: Michael Saffell and spouse Marty; and brother-in-law: Steve Saffell and spouse Debbie. He was preceded in death by his parents.

A celebration of Scott’s life will be held on Saturday, September 25, 2021, at 1:00 PM at Reflections at Rest Haven Funeral Home-Rockwall Location. The service will also be available to family and friends in California and other areas via live-stream. Please go to www.oneroomstreaming.com and click on the “watch your service” icon and use Event ID: resthavenrockwall and password: A53VJH

Honorable donations can be made to Saddleback Church at www.saddleback.com/give or to The Boy Scouts of America at www.scouting.org


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