Scott Hayden Church

1954 ~ 2022

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  • This December 11th, 2022, Scott took his final peaceful breath, surrounded by loved ones.

    Scott Hayden Church was born on March 23 ,1954 to Van Bunting Church and Rae Darlene Smith in Cedar City, Utah. Scott lived a full and warm life, filled with outdoors, family, and joy. Scott retired several years ago after 46 years in the drilling industry that took him all over the world including Australia, Mexico, Spain, Chile, Taiwan and the Andes. Still in the Drilling industry, he traveled on to New York, Pennsylvania, Idaho, Montana, California, Colorado, New Mexico, and Nevada. Scott was full of experience and stories and touched everyone he met.

    Scott lived a big part of his time on Earth as an avid outdoorsman with amazing skills in fishing, archery, hunting, camping and became and was an excellent marksman with his rifle.

    Scott’s rosy smile could enchant the whole room wherever he was. He loved watching the Utah Jazz, old movies, and being with his family and connecting with friends when he was able.

    Married to and survived by the love of his life, Corrine Marie Miller, married on January 2nd, 1998, in Sandy, Utah. He is also survived by his stepchildren Wesley Miller (Muyly), Larissa Pemberton (James), Madalynn Miller, Victor Miller (Allyson), children Nita Church Moffat (Jared), Raevan Blake (Andrew), and son Logan Church, siblings ZoRae Honey (Brian), Dan Church (Cathy), Parvin Church (Robyn); along with many grandchildren, nieces, nephews and extended family. Scott is preceded in death by his father Van Church, mother Rae Church, and brother Mark.

    Memorial services held at 12:00 pm on Thursday, December 15th, 2022 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints building located at 2130 East Gyrfalcon Drive, Sandy, UT 84092. A visitation will be held from 11:00 to 11:45 pm with beloved family and friends.

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    Guestbook/Condolences

    I’m sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. He had a happy life with much adventure, love and family.
    I send the family my sincere condolences.
    I am Pam MacDonald’s sister. And Brian Honey’s cousin.


    - Carolyn Heaton Chynoweth

    We are so sorry for your loss. I know Scott is in a better place now but it’s hard on those of us left to carry on without him. Scott was loved by everyone who knew him. I have been thinking about Scott a lot and was looking forward to being able to see him again. Now that time will have to be in heaven when we all meet again.
    All our love to the family, Kerry and Cynthia Riggs.


    - Kerry Riggs

    So sorry for your loss. May the spirit of Christ carry you through your sorrow and into the light.


    - Dan churchdan@hotmail.com

    Dear Corrine,
    We are so sorry for your incredible loss. Scott was the most genuinely kind person. He will truly be missed by many. You and your sweet family will be in our thoughts and prayers.
    Love,
    Joel & Shauna Johnson


    - Joel & Shauna Johnson

    I will always be grateful for your friendship during a very difficult period in my life when friends were scarce and bullies were abundant.


    - Mark

    So sorry for your loss. May the spirit of Christ carry you through your sorrow and into the light.


    - Dan churchdan@hotmail.com