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Lindell Scott Carson

February 19, 1958 — June 21, 2023

Lindell Scott Carson

 

Lindell Scott Carson of Spring, TX, went to be with the Lord June 21, 2023 surrounded by family following a stage 4 lung cancer diagnosis.  He was born February 19, 1958 in Kingsville, TX, the son of the late Shirley Treybig Miller and Samuel Edward Carson.  He was the youngest of the siblings, with two older brothers and two older sisters. 

He graduated from high school in Kingsville, TX and attended Texas A&I University (Texas A&M University Kingsville), where he was an active member of Sigma Chi Fraternity.  He prided himself as being “The Man” at foosball.  Because Scott was a born salesman, furniture and interior decor became his career until retirement.  He began his sales career in Conroe, TX and later moved to Overland Park, KS.   Eventually he moved back to be closer to family in Texas and remained there until his death.

Scott was an avid sports’ fan who never missed watching Men’s Pro Golfing tournaments or Alabama football games.  Being able to regularly attend the games of his favorite team, the Houston Astros, was one of the fringe benefits of being back in Texas.  Because he never lost his love for Frisbee during college, he later combined his love for golf and frisbee frequently playing Disc Golf.

Never suffering from low self-esteem, Scott would let you know of his superior culinary skills.  Because of his fondness for barbequing with his Big Green Egg, he was known as “The Egg Man” at work.  Nothing brought him more pleasure than being among friends while barbequing, drinking a beer, and watching sports.

He is survived by his brothers Craig Carson (Dawn) of The Woodlands, TX and Stephen Carson (Sharon) of Van Vleck, TX; his half-brother Lee Carson (Jenny) of Bridgeville, PA; his sisters Cindy Schwirtlich (Charlie) of Vancleave, MS and Sherry Johnson (Rodney) of Corpus Christi, TX; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

A family only graveside service will be held at Restland Memory Park in Bishop, TX.  The family has requested that remembrances be made in the form of contributions to Home of Grace, 14200 Jericho Rd., P.O. Box 5009, Vancleave, MS 39565.

 

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