Scotty L. Mathis

September 20, 1960 ~ August 25, 2021 (age 60)


Scott passed away in the arms of his wife and daughters, Wednesday evening. Scott was born in Mobile, AL on a beautiful September day. Scott was a Christian and he loved the Lord. He was a kind and gentle hearted man with so much love for his wife, children, grandchildren, and his beautiful dog Lucy. 

Scott loved football season and was an avid Crimson Tide, Alabama fan all of his life. He loved nature and could be seen on his most favorite days walking Lucy through the neighborhood and talking to all of his neighbors and especially the children. He spent many hours with Lucy and the neighborhood children. Scott and his wife, Terri traveled extensively due to his career. He and his wife settled in Atlanta, GA for most of their marriage. They came to Mobile in 2016.

Scott discovered a talent for painting in his later years, and it was one of his favorite things to do. Scott always said “This talent came to me through God guiding my hand”. 

Scott will be remembered fondly for years to come for his selfless acts of kindness, love, and wonderful sense of humor.  

Scott is survived by his wife Terri, his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Mathis of Mobile, His daughter Summer Taylor (Jason) of Mobile, Daughter Elaine Weaver (Chris) of Tuscaloosa, Daughter Tori King (Pat) Smyrna, GA , Daughter Jessica Ford (Seth) Kennesaw, GA, Brother Tony Mathis (Rose) of Mobile, Sister Melody Baldwin (Edward) of Daphne, Sister in Law Kimberly Jones of Mobile, Grandchildren, Adriana, Bobby, Nathan, Andrew, Jeremiah, Mary Elizabeth and Victoria Rose, and many nieces and nephews. 

Private services will be held in Mobile, Saturday September 4th, 2021 at Tillman’s Corner First Baptist Church in Theodore, AL.

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First Baptist Church Tillmans Corner
5660 Thre Notch Road
Mobile, Alabama

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