Scott Tyrrell

Scott Tyrrell

Tuesday, April 24th, 1962 - Monday, August 3rd, 2020
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Scott Andrew Tyrrell 58, passed away on August 3, 2020. Scott was a loving and caring
husband to his wife Marcie Jean Tyrrell of San Jacinto, California and a caring father to
his four children, Jonathen (Chelsie), Cody, Quentin, and Carlie. He was a good and
honorable son to his parents Skip and Trudy Tyrrell of Lake Wildwood, California and
was a loyal brother to Stephen (Kim) Tyrrell of Apple Valley, California. He was also a
wonderful uncle to Justin (Shelby) Tyrrell and Matthew (Michaela) Tyrrell. Scott was
born on April 24, 1962 in Beale Air Force Base California and began his military family
travels around the United States until finally graduating High School at Yuba City High
School, he went on to join the US Navy as a Hospital Corpsman and earned his Physical
Therapy Assistant license upon his Honorable Discharge from the Navy. Scott loved and
supported his family and had a great sense of humor that gave everyone around him a lift
and a sense of joy. He volunteered in the community serving as a medical volunteer at
Paloma Valley High School and Lake Elsinore High School assisting the wrestling,
football, and ROTC programs. He worked most recently at Walker Physical Therapy
where he was the current Employee of the Year. His love of the community included
home health care after work providing loving care to those members who could not
leave their homes. He delighted in sharing life with his soulmate, Marcie, and building a
family around their love. His strength, support, guidance, and steadfast love will be
greatly missed. A Memorial Service is planned for Monday, August 17, 2020 at
Riverside National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers or memorials, the family requests that
you spend time with your own family and hold them dear - Scott would love that.
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Private Condolence

Judy and Dave Clarke

Posted at 12:57am
With deepest condolences from the Clarke Family
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Larock W. Benford

Posted at 03:36am
Marcie, & Scott's family & friends, you have my deepest condolences for your loss. I met Scott a little more than 10 years ago & from that point, he never left my mind. Besides being a fellow former military service member, his love of country, & his engaging personality, I knew he was a special person. Years after meeting meeting him, I would eventually need physical therapy & I chose Walker Physical Therapy instead of using my VA Clinic. Scott was the main reason for that choice. There is now a void in my life. With that said, we all are better people for knowing Scott. May he rest in peace.

Semper Fidelis!
Larock W. Benford, SgtMaj/USMC Retired

Debbie Lowe

Posted at 01:20am
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
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