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Scott David Plummer
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September 20, 1976 - December 20, 2013

Scott David Plummer (“Scotty”) passed away peacefully in his home in Fort Worth, Texas on December 20, 2013. He was born September 20, 1976, in Bountiful to Spencer David and Debora Diane. He is survived by his wife, Heather, and two daughters, Isabella Suzette (11), Elizabeth Avery (8), parents, older siblings; Jennifer, Stephanie, Spencer, and younger brother Shane.

Scott was a horseman. He worked in Kentucky, New Mexico, Utah, and Texas. He developed, constructed, and managed the completion of Buffalo Ranch, a 300-acre multi-million dollar facility in Farmington. Managed a cattle ranch in Weatherford, TX. Scott cared for hundreds of horses and raised champions. Traveled thousands of miles hauling horses and alfalfa throughout the USA. Family legacy includes the majority ownership of Real Quiet, 1998 Kentucky Derby Winner. Scott had earned the rank of an Eagle Scout for the Boy Scouts of America with Troop 634 of the Great Salt Lake Council. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and a member of the Sons of the American Revolution organization.

Scott was fortunate to be loved by Heather and be married for 15 years. Scott was a patient father who spent the time loving his daughters and willing to do anything to ensure their safety, protection, and well-being. He said his girls were his greatest accomplishment. He diligently shared knowledge and wisdom with them and encouraged excellence in the classroom and in life. Scott championed causes that he believed in and would not relent until you saw it his way. Scott sacrificed his own needs and felt it was his duty and code of honor to defend those that could not help themselves. He treated people, even strangers, with dignity, respect, and love.

Funeral Services were held Tuesday, December 31, 2013, at the Russon Brothers Mortuary. Internment was at the Lakeview Memorial Cemetery following the service. In lieu of flowers, please help his girls! Please donate here:

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