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Francis Thomas Scott passed away March 13, 2018, in the presence of his family. Francis died after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Francis was known to many as Fran, Franny or Frank. Francis was born in Oakland, California on June 19, 1953. Francis was the 7th of 11 siblings born to Robert and Mary Scott. Francis was raised in Hayward, California where he met the love of his life Shirley. They had three children together. Francis and Shirley spent time in Modesto, CA and Red Bluff, CA, before settling in Grantsville, UT. Francis will be remembered for his strong will and huge heart. Francis loved his family unconditionally and was a top-notch Grandpa. He made an impression on all those who had the opportunity to be around him, and no matter what, he made sure you knew, that being you was good enough. He had a great sense of humor, and loved to laugh. Francis loved the outdoors where he spent time hiking, biking, fishing, camping and gardening. He loved animals and was especially fond of his dog Pooh Bear. He will be missed dearly by all of those that knew and loved him. Francis is preceded in death by his parents Robert and Mary Scott, his brothers, Ronnie, Robert, Charles, Jonathan and Richard. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Shirley, his daughter Renee Scott-Eastburn (Chris) of Tooele UT, his son Thomas Scott (Jennifer) Johnstown, PA, and his daughter Jill Scott (Beth) of Tooele, UT. He is also survived by his two beautiful granddaughters Alyssa Ortega and Maegan Ortega, one grandson, Tharen Davidson and three wonderful great grandkids, Scarlet, Royce, and Theo. His sisters Mary, Kathi, Teresa and brothers, Timothy and Raymond of CA. In addition to many other relatives. A Memorial is planned to celebrate the life of Francis on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Tooele Eagles Lodge, 50 So First St., Tooele, UT. His ashes will be scattered at a later date. The Scott Family would like to extend their Thanks and Appreciation to all those who helped out during his time of need. Online condolences can be made at www.daltonhoopes.com, by viewing the obituary and signing the guest book.