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Scott Allen Sparks, 47, passed away Saturday October 9, 2021
Visitation: 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, October 14th at Wiley Funeral Home,
400 Hwy 377 East, Granbury, Texas 76048
Graveside Service: Hamilton Texas to be announced at a later date.
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In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to
Friends for Animals in Granbury, Texas, the American Heart Association,
or a charity of your choice.
Scott Allen Sparks was born to Dale Allen Sparks and Elizabeth Powell Sparks
on February 8, 1974 in Arlington, Texas. Graduated from Arlington High School 1992 and attended Tarrant County Junior College. After graduating high school Scott spent his career working in
the auto parts industry for Pep Boys, Auto Zone, and Don Davis Ford. He was currently employed at Cleburne Ford in Cleburne, Texas. Scott was a big time sports fan and dog lover.
Scott was preceded in death by his grandparents Kenneth Allen Sparks and Jean Sparks Courtney, Dewitt and Margaret Powell.
Survivors: Father and Mother Dale and Elizabeth (Liz) Sparks, Karen Sparks and Michael Yousik, Stacey Stone of Alvarado, and her children Britany of Alvarado, Kristen McCary of Columbiana,
Dogs Camo and Remington
Aunts and Uncles:
Danny Sparks and wife Vickie of Lorena, Texas
Deborah Sparks of Hamilton, Texas,
Larry Powell and wife Jackie of Rendon, Texas,
Randy Powell and wife Pat of Fort Worth, Texas.
Tammy Coonrod of Arlington, Texas.
Aaron Sparks and family, Clay Sparks, Shondra Sparks and children,
David Sills and family.
Sean Powell, Kyle Coonrod and daughter, Ashley Powell.
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Wiley Funeral Home Chapel in Granbury
817-573-3000 | Map
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Jackie evans posted on 10/13/21
Liz &Dale only God can turn your sorrow into Joy ,as time passes you will remember a joke or sweet talk you had and you may cry but your heart will smile knowing it hurts but the memory is sweet.lLiz we always talked because our sons are the same age.know I will continue to pray for God's strength to sustain you. Love you both!❤
Russell Jones posted on 10/13/21
I will always look back with found memories on the time I worked with Scott at Don Davis ford. He was an excellent employee and became a good friend. Nothing can console the pain of losing a child but take comfort in knowing that you raised a fine son who loved and spoke of his parents often. He will be sorely missed.
You and your family will be in my prayers for comfort and healing.
The Stone Family posted on 10/12/21
Dale and Liz our thoughts snd prayers are with you. Youf son brought love and joy to our family. Hes been a part of ouf family for almost 20 years. We love you Scott and you will be greatly missed.
Stacey Stone posted on 10/12/21
I have known Scott for more than 17 years. He was everything to me. I will always love and miss him.
Thank you Scott for all the joy and love ypu brought our daughter and our family over tbe years. Youve been a part of our family fir almost 20 years. We love you and yiu will be greatky missed
Thank you Scott for all tbe love and joy you brought our daughter and our family over the years.Youve been a part of our family for almost 20 years, we love you and you will be greatly missed.
Kelly Talbert posted on 10/12/21
I feel like I grew up with Scott in a since because I started working at Justin and Liz was my first boss. We enjoyed talking about our kids together. Liz and Dale please know that David and I are praying for you and your family and if there is anything at all we can do for you we are here for you.
Love you both 🙏 ❤
Vicki Chapman posted on 10/12/21
Liz my heart goes out to you and Dale. I pray for your comfort. Love you Vicki
Nancie Thomas posted on 10/12/21
Dale ad Liz,
I am so sorry for the loss of your precious son, Scott. A child is a gift from God, and a parent's most cherished and loved gift. .I know that your memories will always be alive and in your heart. I pray that God's grace and love will bring you peace.
Roy & Nancie Thomas
The professionalism, sincerity, compassion, and a real genuine need to show us comfort during this time was absolutely second to none.
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